- The nuts and bolts may shift, but the approach is likely to stay the same.
- The longer the U.S. waits to throw its weight behind efforts to create rules for today’s digital competition, the less hope it has of retaining advantage.
- Learn all about carbon nanotubes and its applications. The field of carbon nanotube research was launched in 1991 by the initial experimental observation of carbon nanotubes by transmission electron microscopy and the subsequent report of conditions for the […]
- Learn all about nanobots and nanotechnology and its medical applications. Today the field of nanotechnology is on the verge of many breakthroughs that may change medicine, science, and engineering as we know it. Can you imagine being able […]
- Learn all about sea anemone and clownfish relationship. The ornately colored sea anemone (uh-NEM-uh-nee) is named after the equally flashy terrestrial anemone flower. A close relative of coral and jellyfish, anemones are stinging polyps that spend most of […]
- Two days after touching down on asteroid Bennu, NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission team received on Thursday, Oct. 22, images that confirm the spacecraft has collected more than enough material to meet one of its main mission requirements — acquiring at least […]
- ALMA shows rings around the still-growing proto-star IRS 63.
- A 14,000-year paleoecological reconstruction of the sub-Antarctic islands has found that seabird establishment occurred during a period of regional cooling 5,000 years ago. Their populations, in turn, shifted the Falkland Islands ecosystems through the deposit of high concentrations of guano […]
- The international community urgently needs new tools, ideas and initiatives to meet the common threats and challenges faced by the United Nations’ 193 member countries. The world body’s 75th anniversary, marked on United Nations Day …
- ‘When small men begin to cast big shadows’, wrote the Chinese intellectual Lin Yutang, ‘it means the sun is about to set.’ It is a dictum that, like many, functions neatly in reverse. When small …
- An Australian ministerial visit to Brunei Darussalam normally triggers little strategic interest. But there may be more than meets the eye to Defence Minister Linda Reynolds’s meeting this week with Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, sandwiched in …
- by Dr. Paul Kindlon () When the great Russian classical music composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky visited the United States in late April/early May in 1891 he was shocked and bewildered beyond belief. The trip did not start off well. Despite his […]
- The Industrial Age Is Ending, Low-Tech Neo-Feudalism Will Replace It – No Fossil Fuels, No ‘Green’ Energyby James Howard Kunstler (Kunstler.com) The author is a prominent American social critic, blogger, and podcaster, and one of our all-time favorite pessimists. We carry his articles regularly on RI. His writing on Russia-gate has been highly entertaining.
- by Marina Bogdanova (Russkiy Mir) The Nobility. Duty and Honor As soon as he was born, the Russian nobleman already had a purpose and destiny. He was destined for service, specifically for government service. Moreover, this child had a particular […]
- Author: AFParticle author: AFPID: 1603522109650508500Sat, 2020-10-24 05:27 ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE: Donald Trump said Friday he has not been a fan of Sacha Baron Cohen – even before a clip from the British comedian’s new Borat movie forced the US president’s lawyer Rudy […]
- article author: Arab NewsSat, 2020-10-24 09:41 DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s national carrier Saudia announced it will resume flights to 33 destinations in November. Destinations include major international capitals across Europe, Asia and Africa. Regional destinations that include Dubai and Beirut will also […]
- Author: AParticle author: APID: 1603520238250468800Sat, 2020-10-24 04:47 NEW DELHI: India has reported 53,370 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, taking the overall tally past 7.8 million. The Health Ministry on Saturday also reported 650 deaths, driving the country’s toll to 117,956. […]