• Space boffins reveal hidden Planet X search — NASA Nibiru BREAKTHROUGH

    Space boffins reveal hidden Planet X search — NASA Nibiru BREAKTHROUGH

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    The flipbooks were compiled during a mission by NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer ( WISE ). The website compares the method used in Backyard Worlds to the approach taken by Clyde Tombaugh , who discovered Pluto in 1930. Tombaugh used photographic plates and a device called a blink comparator to look for moving objects in the night sky. The team of Caltech scientists think they have compelling evidence for the existence of the world because about six objects they studied in ...
  • Inflation in China reaches to multi-year highs

    Inflation in China reaches to multi-year highs

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    Thus, not only was the acceleration entirely supply-push, led by higher commodity prices, rather than demand-pull, but it also suggests rising pressure on profit margins. This sharp rise was driven by the coal and mineral oils segments, which saw inflation accelerating to 14.4% and 26.2%, respectively. In December, the growth in inflation was reported at 3.41 per cent which was largely due to fall in the price of perishable items like fruits an vegetables.
  • Putin and Trump go nuclear in explosive first phone call

    Putin and Trump go nuclear in explosive first phone call

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    Sadly, Trump literally had to pause the conversation to ask his aides what New Start is. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., is among eight Republican senators who has sent a letter to President Donald Trump urging him to get tough with Russian Federation.
  • Tesla auto factory workers reach out to form union

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    If you go with the 2.5-second result, the P100D would be the third-fastest production vehicle, behind the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder, neither of which are now being sold. A different source told Reuters that design changes were still being made to Model 3 , which might delay the full-scale production. As Tesla looks to ramp up production for the rollout of its Model 3 , factory workers are asking the company to unionize.
  • Wall Street edges up as Nasdaq sets record high

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    The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq Composite hit record levels at the open on Tuesday, while the S&P 500 was less than five points away from hitting another all-time high. Cognizant rose 4 percent to $55.93 after the IT services provider named three directors to its board and announced a $3.4 billion share buyback program, bowing to pressure from activist shareholder Elliott Management.Healthcare .spxhc was off 0.29 percent, dragged down by Gilead.
  • Twitter reveals permanent solution to stop abuse content

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    The company says that it will now stop the creation of new, abusive accounts, offer safer search results , and collapse abusive or low-quality tweets. Suspended users include: former Business Insider executive, Pax Dickinson, Richard Spencer, of the "alt-right" organization called the National Policy Institute, and British journalist and public speaker, Milo Yiannopoulos, who got permanently banned after he posted tweets that seem to direct racist targeting to the Ghostbustersstar, ...
  • Sell-Side Analyst's Predictions: Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD), HP Inc. (HPQ)

    Sell-Side Analyst's Predictions: Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD), HP Inc. (HPQ)

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    State of New Jersey Common Pension Fund D now owns 2,260,000 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock valued at $178,811,000 after buying an additional 100,000 shares in the last quarter. Meanwhile the SPDR S&P Biotech ETF (XBI), which holds mostly small- and mid-sized biotech stocks, is actually up. For the quarter ending 07/25/2016, The Analyst projected that the company could deliver EPS of 3.02 while the company provided its Actual EPS of 3.08 showing a difference of 0.06 ...
  • Florida congressman proposes law to eliminate the EPA

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    He has pledged to roll back environmental protections. ECU's Vice Chancellor of Research, Economic Development and Engagement Dr. Michael Van Scott said in an email statement that only a small number of faculty members are now receiving or seeking funding from the EPA for research programs.
  • Oldest Fish In A Public Aquarium Euthanized At Chicago's Shedd

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    An Australian lungfish believed to be the longest-living fish in captivity has died at a Chicago aquarium. While the exact age of the fish was unknown, it was believed to be in its mid-90s. "It's a sad week for us, and it's history for a lot of people", Collections manager of Granddad's care provider, Michelle Sattler said. In September 2013, the Shedd held a celebration for Granddad's 80th anniversary at the aquarium .
  • England through to Sydney Cup semi

    England through to Sydney Cup semi

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    Neil Powell's Blitzboks have now won three of this season's four world series finals and stretched their lead to 17 points over England in the championship standings. "The team stuck to the structure and well done to them". Veteran New Zealand 7s forward Tim Mikkelson said they have to dominate the kick-offs if they are to beat the Vodafone Fijians in today's Cup quarterfinals.
  • Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner behind withdrawal of religious freedom executive order

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    They were also the ones, per sources, that pressed the White House to release a statement saying the administration would uphold the Obama order. President Trump's daughter and her husband, who serves as the president's senior adviser, worked to nix a draft executive order outlining how to roll back some of the protections granted by former president Barack Obama's 2014 executive order, Politico reported Friday, citing "multiple sources with knowledge of the situation".
  • Vincent Viola, Trump's nominee to run the Army, withdraws from consideration

    Vincent Viola, Trump's nominee to run the Army, withdraws from consideration

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    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was disappointed but a Pentagon statement said he understood and respected Mr. Viola's decision, . Viola is the founder of several businesses, including the electronic trading firm Virtu Financial. He is a 1977 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served in the 101 Airborne Division. On their own, the Violas' top runners include Grade 1 winners Photo Call and Sweet Loretta and Grade 2 victor Nonna Mela.
  • Trump Disparages 'Dumb' Deal With Australia On Refugees

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    Trump was on the phone with four other world leaders on Saturday - including Russian President Vladimir Putin - and at one point apparently fired at Turnbull, " this was the worst call by far ". In a Tweet on Wednesday, Trump thundered, "Do you believe it?" The Obama Administration agreed to taker thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia .
  • Study on Mauritius finds an ancient lost continent

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    The clue to the discovery was finding an ancient mineral on Mauritius that shouldn't have been there. Volcanic eruptions may have ejected the zircon from ancient rock below. Some of the remnants are 3 billion years old. Maruitia was a small continent, about the size of Madagascar, until about 85 million years ago. Those pieces containing in the rocks found on the island are extremely old and "they really shouldn't be there", according to Ashwal.