Argentina’s defense ministry said seven failed “satellite calls” that it believes came from a missing naval submarine were detected on Saturday in a likely sign the crew of 44 was trying to reestablish contact. The calls, believed to be from the ARA San Juan submarine, lasted between four and 36 […]

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/880190/North-Korea-earthquake-aftershock-Korean-Peninsula-Sea-of-Japan-Ring-of-Fire-1978 NORTH Korean citizens have been warned to expect “large aftershocks” for months following the 5.4-magnitude tremor that struck South Korea on Wednesday. “South Korea has been relatively safe from major earthquakes, but geologists have expressed concern over the rising number of tremors felt in recent years and warned of […]

He’s 93. She’s 52. And they’ve both been put under house arrest by Zimbabwe’s army. At the centre of the crisis currently gripping Zimbabwe is President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace. Her rise from political obscurity to become the front-runner to succeed her ageing husband appears to have prompted the country’s […]

A group fighting the fluoridation of drinking water supplies in the south Taranaki towns of Waverley and Patea has taken its legal battle to the Supreme Court. It follows earlier hearings in the High Court and Court of Appeal, which ruled against legal arguments raised by New Health New Zealand, […]

Hot on the heels of Facebook’s Sean Parker’s concerns about his creation, now the man who came up with the concept of the Web Browser expresses his own concerns about the intrusiveness of emerging Internet technologies (what I refer to as “Data Storage and Patterning” technology):   The web is […]

Sean Parker, the founder of Napster and former president of Facebook, said the thought process behind building the social media giant was: “How do we consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible?” Parker was interviewed by Axios’ Mike Allen Wednesday: “That means that we needed to […]

https://ds.iris.edu/seismon/eventlist/index.phtml?region=Central_Asia&lon=45.94&lat=34.89   (CNN) A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake Sunday in the Iraqi city of Halabja, close to the Iraq-Iran border, killed scores of people in Iran, Iranian officials said. State-run Press TV reported at least 130 people were killed in Iran, citing the deputy governor of Kermanshah province, Mojtaba Nikkerdar. […]

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