Michael Delgado

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Trump disorganization proves costly

<b>On the roster: Trump disorganization proves costly - Ryan, McConnell on the tightrope - Time Out: Chris is hot in Cleveland</b> <i>-</i> <b>Hammering Hillary key for GOP unity - Bad buns</b> <b><br>TRUMP DISORGANIZATION PROVES COSTLY</b>CLEVELAND – <b>Donald</b> <b>Trump</b> is right that he does not need the kind of bloated and sclerotic …

This is what ISIS' longest-held city looks like after years of occupation

ISIS just lost control of the first city it seized during its 2014 rampage across the Middle East.<p>The occupation of Fallujah was the terrorist group's first step toward establishing its self-declared "caliphate." The Iraqi city reportedly held a special meaning for ISIS, making fighters reluctant …

Abandoned Buildings

Researchers Spotted Something Very Strange in the Sands of Mars

No, it’s not aliens writing messages in the sand. But there <i>is</i> something weird happening on Mars’ surface—and it’s something that hasn’t been seen …

Earth's companion: asteroid locked in game of leapfrog with planet

Scientists have discovered a small asteroid, labelled 2016 HO3, that bounces up and down through Earth’s orbit – but it’s 38 times farther away than the moon<p>The Earth has an asteroid companion traveling in orbit with it around the sun, Nasa astronomers have discovered.<p>The small asteroid has a …

Asteroids

A UFO? Video captures strange object near Ohio military base

Is it or isn’t it?<p>Video of a strange object in the sky near a military base in Dayton, Ohio, had the internet buzzing Sunday over whether it was a UFO, "Fox & Friends" reported.<p>“It looks like it’s moving with the clouds,” a woman is heard saying on the video.<p>The 13-minute YouTube video appears to …

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Climate Change Charted As A Haunting Death Spiral

March of 2016 was the Earth’s hottest month since 1880–the year when we started recording temperatures. And to make matters worse, it marked the 11th consecutive month in which that whole “hottest month” record was broken.<p>As the tires on your Prius were melting into rubbery puddles, University of …

NASA's Kepler Telescope Finds Cluster of 1,284 Planets | Inc.com

Humans are one step closer to finding out if we are alone in the galaxy. After four years of observing the sky and three years sifting and analyzing data, NASA announced that the Kepler space telescope discovered 1,284 planets, nine of which could potentially host Earth-like habitable …

Universe

Fossilised stardust could hold secret to origins of life on Earth...and beyond

2.7 billion years ago a tiny speck of iron entered the Earth’s atmosphere and fell to the surface where it became trapped in sediment, and was eventually fossilised.<p>Now this minute particle of cosmic dust, the oldest ever found, could help scientists to explain how oxygen-breathing life came to …

Silicate stardust traces histories of dust in the galaxy

NASA scientists are revealing the histories of dust particles from dying stars that roved the Galaxy for millions of years before the sun and planets …

Humans May Have Killed All But 3 Of These Animals In The Wild

There's no way for the wild addax antelope population to sustain itself.<p>There are only three Saharan addaxes — corkscrew-horned antelope native to the sandy deserts of eastern Niger and western Chad — left in the wild.<p>The startling new finding comes from a comprehensive survey of addax habitat led …

Wildlife

FBI granted federal court warrant forcing suspect to unlock iPhone using Touch ID

For the first time in a federal case, a suspect has been ordered to use her fingerprint to unlock her iPhone using Touch ID. The <i>LA Times</i> reports that a federal judge signed a warrant allowing the FBI to compel a suspect in an identity theft case to to unlock the phone just 45 minutes after her …

Privacy

Two black holes are defying the limits of science

Even astrophysicists are occasionally surprised at what they find in the cosmos. University of Cambridge researchers have discovered that two black holes are consuming their companion stars at rates much faster than currently established limits would allow -- so fast, in fact, that the gas is …

What Is This Bizarre Sea Creature Netted In China?

Plants and Animals Photo credit: Viral Tv Videos/YouTubeThe sighting of an unusual sea creature has been baffling social media users across the world …

Social Media

New research confirms thriving microbiome is linked to a healthier body

The human microbiome is one of the most mysterious subjects in modern medicine, but two studies published today in <i>Science</i> are helping to change that. By drawing on the gut bacteria of nearly 4,000 subjects across Belgium and the Netherlands, scientists found new evidence that a person's diet and …

For 600 years, Japanese monks have recorded climate data that scientists are using today

Each winter, Shinto monks living in the mountains of central Japan wait for ice ridges to appear on the frozen surface of Lake Suwa. The ridges, known as <i>omiwatari,</i> are believed to be the footsteps of a male Shinto god crossing the lake to visit a female god who resides on the other side, and their …

Climate Change

Scientists witness 'flash of light' during conception, say discovery could aid IVF

For the first time, researchers have witnessed the exact moment conception occurs— and have recorded the ensuing explosion of sparks that form when sperm meets an egg. The Telegraph reported that scientists had previously captured the moment in animals, but this is the first time it’s been recorded …

Physicists Squeeze Water Molecules Into an Entirely New State

Beyond solids, liquids, and gases.<p>Physicists from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have discovered a new state of water that cannot be explained as a solid, liquid, or gas. It is a peculiar, and like exceedingly common, "other" state that water molecules are forced to exist …