The attack left approximately 700,000 homes without power for several hours last December.
Scientists have repeatedly criticized schemes to cover roads of with solar panels.
‘That’s fine, just use our one’
Good luck, zombies
‘Reparations, one bill at a time’
‘Would cutting off such communications…just make the lives of people living under Islamic State even more difficult?’
The F-35 is ‘one of the most delayed and problematic fighter programmes in history’
Meanwhile, Germany is continuing its decision to abandon nuclear energy by 2022.
Hacktivists claim they seized control of a multimillion dollar GlobalHawk research drone
‘Chaos, ineptness and outrage.’
‘The Internet is a loophole’
Official: several computers paralyzed
‘A single missed transmission or delay could result in a national incident.’
‘Educating security buyers on its usefulness will be crucial’
Apple Inc ‘expected to report quarterly revenue slightly below Wall Street’s average estimates’
Green energy programs in Spain destroyed 2.2 jobs for every green job created
‘Clearly visible from space’
The coming year will likely be a huge one for space exploration.
Now the Supreme Court is involved
The group impersonated the global warming czar and literally asked his wife for the password.
‘Children as young as seven who scavenge for rocks’
‘It is deeply unfortunate’
$150 million deal will ‘identify and invest in the most visionary entrepreneurs in the global aerospace ecosystem’
The company’s two previous attempts at sticking the landing also ended with their rocket exploding.
‘In effect, the power company pays for the right to claim the [lucrative] climate benefits of the panels on your roof.’
‘In 2016, we are going to do everything we can to promote safe, smart and sustainable vehicles. We are bullish on automated vehicles.’
Nuclear power had a great, and shockingly bipartisan, week.
‘What if human error could be eliminated?’
‘Without Twitter, the explosive growth of ISIS … would not have been possible’
#JeSuisMilo is more than a fight over verification
Wind power gets 69 times more in subsidies than coal, oil, and natural gas
Which one was the best?
The legislation will help private companies and researchers work with the government to develop new nuclear reactors.
Debuted at the Detroit auto show Monday
… within two years, the Tesla will be able to be “summoned,” like Lassie, from miles away.
‘I think it’s possible literally within the next year or two’
CDC concedes there is no concrete evidence for linking e-cigarettes to smoking
‘That would be imprudent and would also be illegal’
‘All told, more than 3.8 million jobs would be lost’
Everybody will want these!
The reactor generated 1000 megawatts of electricity at its peak and powered up to 2.4 million homes
Iranian government officials flaunted the existence of their newest underground missile cache Tuesday, disregarding threats of new sanctions from the U.S. in response to Iran’s recent missile tests.
‘This is not how government is supposed to work,’ Rive said.
NHS doctors could start prescribing e-cigarettes
‘DOD did not maintain a comprehensive list of cloud computing service contracts’
There’s evidence the Earth has been warming for the past 200 years
The South Korean laboratory which produced the cloned puppies has created more than 700 dogs for commercial customers.
‘It is one of the biggest leaks we’ve ever seen reported.’
Among those nominated for Luddite of The Year are “alarmists” like Elon Musk who believe in the “artificial intelligence apocalypse.”
Wind and solar power will have to resolve these 11 fundamental issues before they can ‘fix’ global warming.
Nevada is the state where Elon Musk received $1.4 billion in taxpayer support.
The ‘real test’ is if the rocket stage can be successfully re-used for later launches
No casualties, but massive embarrassment
Slabs of concrete weighing five pounds landed right next to where operators were working just minutes before.
‘Why would I give a damn what he says?’
‘You’re killing your town’
‘Training 180 and losing 240 is not a winning proposition for us’
The Sierra Club claims nuclear power is dangerous because it encourages “energy over-use and unnecessary economic growth.”
‘The ordinance is puzzling because I think it’s generally believed to be flatly illegal’
The average American nuclear reactor is 35 years old, nearly obsolete by modern design standards, and near the end of its operating license
FBI Director: ‘I would very much like to get to a world where if a judge issues an order, companies comply’
Completely rejects UN ban
‘To be missing the penis and parts of the scrotum is devastating’
The preposed rule requires nonprofits to give the the social security numbers of those donating $250 or more.
‘Illustrates that no part of the United States is immune’
Environmental groups have a long history of opposing anything new.