Science


U.S. spy satellite launched into space by Elon Musk's SpaceX

SpaceX is the brain child of Founder of Tesla, Elon Musk who announced himself on Twitter that both the launch and landing were good. For the past ten years the USA military have carried out space launches with United Launch Alliance which is a partnership of Lockheed Martin and Boeing, a monopoly Musk has battled for years to break.



Fidget Spinners About More Than Just Passing Time

They have been marketed as a tool for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, to help them focus, The New York Times reported. The small toy spins in your hand as you twirl the blades. We frown on colleagues and loved ones that fidget. It's just that they make for convenient objects with which to fidget. Some schools have banned them as a distraction , and there are worries that they may disrupt students' learning.


Deshaun Watson getting hands on training from Bill O'Brien

Deshaun Watson getting hands on training from Bill O'Brien

O'Brien knows that coaching up Watson will take time and patience and the staff is teaching him from the ground up. Although Watson is still a rookie, he is the more talented quarterback between him and Savage. "It's like learning a new language". The offense may by simple in theory, but the complexities lie in the terminology and the verbiage which signify protections, routes, and other essential elements of a play call.



LaMarcus Aldridge: LaMarcus Aldridge scores 28 in Game 1 loss

Markieff Morris did the same after the Washington forward landed on Al Horford's foot in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal, knocking him out of a game the Celtics rallied to win. "I'm sure most people don't really know, and I'll leave that to him to describe as much as he wants to describe". We've got nothing but respect for him.



Merkel's conservatives clinch victory in key state vote

The German leader had welcomed Macron's resounding election win on Sunday, saying he "carries the hopes of millions of French people and also many in Germany and across Europe" . The results in of North Rhine-Westphalia are likely to reflect a real balance of powers for the upcoming September vote. The right-wing populist Alternative for Germany entered its 13 state parliament on Sunday winning 7.5 percent of the vote in North Rhine-Westphalia.