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Anonymous Donald Trump Anonymous, the hacker collective that routinely attacks prominent figures or organizations it disagrees with, has called for “total war” against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. Endgaged writes: Donald Trump is in the sights of hacktivist collective Anonymous again. On March 4th the group posted a video declaring “total war” on the presidential candidate. It hopes to not only bring down many of Trump’s sites, but also halt his presidential bid by uncovering and…

https://youtu.be/sNoPV0epfHA Toyota Motor Co. has created a wearable device that can help blind people safely move around. Called “Project BLAID”, the device sits on the shoulders like a neck pillow and uses cameras to help identify restrooms, escalators, stairs and doors. It’s meant to be a supplement to guide dogs, canes and other aids the blind use to navigate. As reportd by Gizmodo, the device has no direct link to Toyota’s automotive business. But as…

Earth two planets: Earth May Once Have Been Two Planetss Theories about the formation of the earth are common. Many scientists are not sure how the earth was formed. In recent weeks, a new theory about the early formation of the earth has been suggested. This theory is one that scientists and those who study the earth think may be rooted in fact. They are currently suggesting that early in the history of the earth…

Ancient wildebeest Dino-like Ancient Wildebeest An animal that lived in Kenya roughly 75,000 years ago had many characteristics of the modern day wildebeest. There was, however, a striking similarity to a hadrosaur which was noticed by a team of researchers. According to reports, the bone structure of the nasal passage in this ancient wildebeest is entirely hollow, which is a characteristic also held by the duck-billed hadrosaur. This does not mean that the wildebeest was…

Microsoft Hololens football According to Mirosoft, fifty years from now, your Super Bowl party is going to look nothing like what you’re used to, and not just because you’ll be dipping dried crickets into synthetic guac. You’ll be experiencing the game in a completely different way thanks to its HoloLens technology. Microsoft describes HoloLens as the “world’s first fully untethered holographic computer.“ It allows the integration of holograms into the real world, creating an augmented…

Lions found Ethiopia According to reports this week, Lions have been discovered for the first time in an Ethiopian national park. The new discovery confirms centuries-old stories that the big cats thrived there. The lions were found in the Alatash National Park in North West Ethiopia, on the Ethiopia-Sudan border in an expedition led by Hans Bauer, a renowned lion conservationist working for Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit. They were also found in Dinder National Park,…

Zebra Study: Why Zebras Have Black And White Stripes: New Study Says Not For Camouflage A new study done by the University of Calgary and UC Davis has led to some new thoughts on the purpose of Zebra stripes. The general thought has always been the stripes were used for camouflage, but it turns out that might not be the case. “The most longstanding hypothesis for zebra striping is crypsis, or camouflaging, but until now…

Five planets aligned for the next few days Up early everyday?  if so, head outside over the next month for a planetary treat. Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter will all be lined up in the morning sky, stretching from east to west. As reported by USA Today, Jupiter is the highest in the sky, lying in the southwest. It rises first in the evening sky, shortly after 10 p.m. Mars will have risen after 2…

SpaceX rocket landing fails According to media reports Monday, SpaceX has failed in their third attempt to vertically land a rocket booster on an unmanned ship, after their Falcon 9 spacecraft broke one of its legs in a hard landing. In December of last year, the the private space transport company managed a succesful land, when another Falcon 9 rocket made a safe vertical landing at Cape Canaveral in Florida after delivering a payload into space,…

NASA deep space habitat Earlier this year Congress announced it would increase the space agency’s budget by $1.3 billion in 2016. Now, news has emerged that a chunk of that money has been directed towards getting to mars. As Popular Science noted, Congress directed NASA to use $55 million of its $19.3 billion budget to begin building a deep space habitat that will house astronauts during future exploratory missions to the red planet. According to…

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