The North Korean ambassador to North Korea warned Monday that the situation on the Korean peninsula “has reached the point of contact and that a nuclear war can erupt at any time.” Kim Ryong told the United Nations General Assembly Disarmament Commission that North Korea is the only country in the world that has suffered an “extreme and direct nuclear threat” since the 1970s and said that the country had the right to possess nuclear weapons in self-defense. He emphasized large-scale military drills every year using “nuclear assets” and said the most dangerous thing is what he called a US plan to organize a “secretRead More →

In the coming months, the sky will collapse. Tiangong-1, which translates as “Heavenly Palace”, is the first Chinese space laboratory, launched in September 2011, which serves as a prototype for a permanent space station that aims to build and launch. But six years after its first orbit, 81/2 tons of laboratory will soon find a final and uncontrolled fire, speeding toward Earth and crashing somewhere – anywhere – on the planet. In September 2016, Chinese authorities confirmed that they had lost control of the space laboratory and would collide with Earth in the second half of 2017. In May, China told the United Nations thatRead More →

Indian students do a lot to make the nation proud. To make terrible inventions to participate in world-class events, Indian students make their mark. Today, five students from a private engineering school in Telangana have recently been selected for the prestigious NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge, PTI reported. The five-person team of the SR engineering college in Warangal will participate in the fifth edition of the NASA Rover Challenge Human Exploration, which will take place in April 2018 in the United States. The team, led by Manoj Chaudhary, will consist of Paul Vineeth (ECE) Prakash Raineni (final mech), P Sravan Rao (CEE Final), R DilipRead More →

We can not know how many planets there are in our solar system – and no, it’s not a tip about the state of Pluto. For years, scientists have wondered if there could be a larger planetary-sized body in or around the thick debris layer called the Kuiper Belt, and now NASA says the evidence is hard to ignore. The planet in the making, which would probably be a cold place thanks to its position on the outer edge of the system is not directly identified, but measurements of other objects known in the Kuiper belt strongly suggest that something exists. The only thing leftRead More →

Even before he started bothering on the podium of an American espionage agency, Bobby Knight was an unorthodox choice for a leadership conference. Employees of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) complained before their boss’s decision to invite the Hall of Fame coach to speak at their headquarters, given their history of bullying But it was nothing compared to the riots caused by Knight’s visit on July 10, 2015 to Fort Belvoir in Virginia, near Washington. Four women who worked in the spy agency claimed that Knight had gravely affected or groped for brief encounters before and after his speech, according to research papers and interviewsRead More →

In August, for the first time, scientists witnessed electromagnetic flashes and gravitational explosions from the two-star neutron storm collision in a distant galaxy. The cosmic cataclysm created a “kilonova” – a phenomenon that has never been seen before – and the comments of the two traditional telescopes and gravitational wave detectors have ushered in a new era for science. In the years to come, astrophysicists will use two “messengers” to understand the universe: electromagnetism and gravity. The effort to capture the event’s fleeting signals included three gravitational wave detectors, more than five dozen telescopes on all continents, including Antarctica seven space observatories and, according toRead More →

A checkered story Over the years, North Korea has gained millions of dollars through the export of weapons and missiles and its involvement in other illegal activities such as drug smuggling, endangered wildlife products, counterfeit goods. However, there are only a handful of cases that suggest that these illicit networks have been directed towards the export of nuclear technology or materials to other states. North Korean technicians have helped Pakistani to produce krytrones, probably in 90 krytrones devices are used to trigger the detonation of a nuclear device. Hexafluoride cylinders later in the 1990s, North Korea has transferred low-enriched uranium (UF6) in Pakistan, where theRead More →

Summer seems to be over, but the UK market has taken off recently, with an FTSE 100 index ranging between 7350 and 7450 in recent months. However, it fell below 7,300 after the Bank of England Monetary Policy Commission met in mid-September, with the strengthening of the pound by more than 1.5 cents, a possible increase in rates in the “coming months “. A stronger pound makes life more difficult for the export-oriented blue chips that make up the index. In Interactive Investor, Wild Lee commented: “After a strenuous 2,000-point march between February 2016 and the June stock market record spread its rest moving sidewaysRead More →

For most of the third quarter, we believe that we have focused almost exclusively on increasing yields on developed country bonds and the US dollar. After what we feel forever, we believe that the market evidence of a change is much stronger towards the last quarter of the year and that the fundamental case is still generally favorable to this thesis. We maintain that if we are right about the bond and currency markets, this is of great importance to stock investors, corporate bonds and emerging market bonds. Now we can not be fanatical about the White House’s view that real growth will accelerate toRead More →