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Donald Trump Believes Climate Change Is 'Naturally Occurring,' Says Campaign Manager

In fact, he actually encouraged global warming during this election cycle. The internet, however, does. That's a big problem now, and a poignant reply to Trump's "I consider it to be not a big problem at all ". "I do not say that", he said. And human activity affects everything, so it would be equally foolish to say it doesn't affect the climate. Donald Trump has denied that he ever denied climate change - but the evidence that he did is still on his Twitter , despite some reports .

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Kate Hudson: 'Working with Kurt Russell brought back childhood memories'

But before the environmental fallout, media storm, and legal consequences all came about, the men and women aboard Deepwater Horizon had to make it out of the hellish inferno alive. Like Sully a few weeks ago, Deepwater Horizon celebrates matter-of-fact competence and unassuming heroism in the face of unexpected disaster. Sure, but lesser films with weaker scripts incorporate subplots that invariably get discarded once things start blowing up.

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Destiny 2 could be coming to PC

The report also points to the possibility of "Destiny 2" going the same direction as " Diablo 2 ". So far, Bungie has not confirmed anything officially but we could be seeing the PC player base finally being able to join in on the game that console owners have been playing non-stop for two years .

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What to do if you're one of the 500m hacked Yahoo users

Still, users should check their credit scores to see if any new accounts have been opened in their name, as this type of personal information can be used as a key to get enough information to open an account. That could happen if users shun Yahoo or file lawsuits because they're incensed by the theft of their personal information. These emails can masquerade as security notifications, can contain instructions to download malicious programs that are passed as security tools, can direct ...

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Europe's comet chaser Rosetta concludes 12-year mission

From August 2014, when Rosetta arrived at 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko till now, it has taken more than 100,000 pictures and instrument readings, helping scientist to understand the behaviour of the comet. The lander and Rosetta orbiter sped to Comet 67P together after launching from Earth in 2004. One of the last Rosetta snaps showed the comet's rough dusty surface strewn with rocks.

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Notable Stock Analysts Ratings: Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE:WMT)

Jefferies Group set a $86.00 target price on Wal-Mart Stores and gave the stock a "buy" rating in a research note on Monday, August 22nd. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. For the next 5 years, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.is expecting Growth of 2.94% per annum, whereas in the past 5 years the growth was -0.91% per annum. The rating score is on a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 stands for strong buy and 5 stands for sell.

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NASA's Europa 'Surprise' -- Evidence of Icy Water Plumes Discovered

Researchers observed the apparent plumes by studying Europa as it passed in front of Jupiter, which provided a backlight behind the moon. In a detailed image prepared by astronomers using the data gathered by NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, it appears that possible water vapor plumes are erupting on the edges of Europa.

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Some New Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones Are Still Overheating

Samsung allegedly rushed development of its Note 7 in an attempt to gain a competitive edge against the iPhone 7, which it predicted was going to disappoint in terms of its new features. Samsung initiated the global recall at the beginning of September, shortly after the company unveiled the latest model. Several other airlines around the globe have also banned the phone from being used or charged on their planes.

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Electrics touted at Paris car show, but await their moment

The tech-savvy concept auto takes futuristic driving to another level, making buttons and knobs a thing of the past as it swaps the entire dashboard with a touchscreen panel. "The mobility of the future at Mercedes-Benz will stand on four pillars: connected, autonomous, shared, and electric". When I.D. Pilot is in use, the steering wheel within the Volkswagen I.D.

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Elon Musk reveals Mars colony plans

Musk's plan uses "a fully reusable transportation system that would take 100 people and 80 days to get to Mars and eventually as little as 30 days", the BBC says. The entrepreneur admitted that the risk of fatality would be very high for the first mission and that if he traveled to Mars himself "I have to make sure if something goes wrong on the flight and I die there's a good succession plan and the mission of the company continues".

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SpaceX to Mars: Boca Chica may figure in Martian plans

The entire project would cost much more and would probably require a public-private partnership, Musk said . Musk: "It has to be fun or exciting". But, it's clear by Musk's determination to colonize, along with his confidence in his company's plan, that becoming an interplanetary is truly the new reality for humanity, not to mention the only way we will survive as a species post-Earth.

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Anti-Brexit group challenges United Kingdom government over Article 50 disclosure

Arriving at Downing Street, Mr Schulz admitted the European Parliament is "not the easiest" partner to work with, but said he is in Britain "to listen and to learn". Speaking at the beginning of the hour-long talks, Mrs May reiterated that formal negotiations would not be launched this year. A new group, Leave Means Leave, launched last week, aims to get the United Kingdom out of the EU's single market, end the influence of Brussels on British laws, and scrap European "free movement" ...

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Elon Musk lays out SpaceX's plan to send humans to Mars

But even as SpaceX faces new doubters in the wake of a string of failures, some say that's OK. The company wants to create another version of its current Falcon 9 booster. SpaceX, which Musk founded specifically with the objective of colonising Mars, is one of several private and government funded ventures vying to put people and cargo on the red planet and other destinations beyond Earth's orbit.

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DJI goes compact with folding Mavic Pro drone for the road

It has a faster top speed (40 miles per hour versus 35 mph), it has a longer battery life (27 minutes versus 20 minutes), and it can even be outfitted with any phone or tablet you want. Plus, you can also bind two goggles to a single drone, so that a friend can also watch the feed from the drone as you pilot it. The smart flying capabilities are enabled by the cameras and sensors on the drone.

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Long Term Growth review of Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU)

Micron Technology, Inc . got Downgrade on 29-Aug-16 where investment firm Standpoint Research Downgrade the stock from Buy to Hold. Finally, Deutsche Bank AG reaffirmed a buy rating and issued a $20.00 target price on shares of Micron Technology in a research note on Friday, September 16th.

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Xbox One S launch outsold PS4 Slim release by 361%

There are a number of Xbox One S bundles now available for purchase in the United Kingdom, including a Federation Internationale de Football Association 17 500GB/1TB package, a Battlefield 1 500GB bundle, and a Gears of War 4 2TB special edition.

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Amazon's next game will have a Twitch-centric wager system

We've hired some of the best creators in the world to build games that we hope will be as fun to watch as they are to play. Players assemble a team from an expanding roster of legendary warriors, including the relentless gladiator Spartacus, the twisted sorceress Morgan Le Fay, and the bloodthirsty warlord Vlad the Impaler.

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The US Is Probing More Chinese Firms over North Korea Sanction Breaches

Pyongyang's state-controlled news agency KCNA reported Beijing plans to donate "material resources" to assist with flood recovery. South Korea, which does not have nuclear weapons, relies on the United States for deterrence. The latest nuclear blast prompted UN Security Council members to take up talks on a new round of sanctions, which would require unanimity among the five veto-wielding members: Russia, China, the US, United Kingdom and France.

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Typhoon Megi leaves 10 dead, 29 missing in China

Rescuers use heavy equipment to dig in the rubble of a house that was destroyed in a landslide in Sucun village, China, on Thursday. The typhoon dumped more than 30cm of rain in several areas and killed at least one person in Fujian province, who died after a flash flood surged through his home, according to local media reports.

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Rosetta, Europe's comet chaser, ends 12-year mission

The Philae lander, launched from the Rosetta probe, is a mini laboratory that will harpoon itself to the surface, though a problem with a gas thruster detected November 11 is making the outcome of the landing uncertain. Further from the Sun than Rosetta has ever journeyed before, there would be little power to operate the craft. As the probe is zooming farther away from the sun, it will be hard to charge its solar panels for continued operations, which is the main reason why ESA mission ...

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Water Plumes on Jupiter Moon Europa Spotted by Hubble Telescope

According to the site, it is also likely to influence the Europa Mission of NASA , expected to be launched in the 2020s. Jupiter, nicknamed the king of the solar system, is surrounded by more than 50 moons. NASA officials things that it is a special place, because it has an icy surface and they are thinking there could also be a big internal ocean. First, they are reaching up to 200 kilometers into the atmosphere of Europa .

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Ryder Cup: Team USA under pressure to deliver victory at home

If it was down to Tony Jacklin, Europe's most decorated Ryder Cup captain, Danny Willett would not play in this week's matches against the United States until Sunday's final-day singles . "They were always going to be my choice for leading Europe off in this match", Clarke said. World number three Rory McIlroy and rookie Andy Sullivan were up against Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler in match two, with Sergio Garcia and Martin Kaymer facing Jimmy Walker and Zach Johnson.

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Rosetta spacecraft enters final stage of comet crash mission

Rosetta and lander probe Philae traveled more than six billion kilometers over 10 years to reach 67P in August 2014. Because of the distance between the comet and Earth, confirmation of the impact at 1039 GMT took about 40 minutes to reach ESA's mission control in Darmstadt, Germany .

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Bill Clinton lands in Israel ahead of Peres funeral

The Nobel Laureate died Tuesday, two weeks after a stroke. US President Barack Obama and his French counterpart Francois Holland are among those who have confirmed they will attend. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas also is to attend, Abbas' office said Thursday. Peres served two terms as Israeli prime minister and was also the country's president.

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Man goes on a rampage smashing iPhones in an Apple store

The bloke who apparently had a "repayment issue" with the fruity tax-dodging cargo cult took out his steel balls and used them to shatter iPhone, iMacs and MacBooks. They said no. So you know what's happening? A number of other videos of the incident, presumably filmed by customers, have since been shared on Twitter and YouTube.

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Red tide cause of fish kill on Florida coast

Thousands of dead fish have been washing up on beaches in Sarasota and Manatee counties, WTVT reported . Water samples collected on September 19 and 20, in response to fish kill reports from Manatee County, showed the first "high" cell concentrations ( 1 million cells per liter) of K.

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Is Climate Change Real? Here's What Donald Trump Thinks

In her one-page policy position paper on climate change, she said she has set three goals: to install 500 million new solar panels in the U.S.by 2020; to generate enough renewable energy to power every home in America within the next decade and cut energy waste by one-third and reduce oil consumption by one-third.

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New California Law Requires Comprehensive Background Checks for Uber, Lyft Drivers

Users will need to download an app called Waze Rider to request for rides from drivers who might be using the Waze app. Google Inc. has opened Waze Rider , its formerly experimental carpooling service, to the San Francisco Bay area. A subway ride that distance costs $3.45. California's governor signs legislation that toughens background checks on Uber and Lyft drivers. Because Waze Carpool drivers are not meant to be employees, Google (and to some extent, the law) is less ...

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HTC launches Viveport for virtual reality "experiences"

Fans in over 30 countries will join us on a fantastic voyage, as they get to experience awesome VR content published by the best creators in the industry. Viveport Premieres will highlight new content that's launching on the store first. Among the content debuting on Friday are Everest VR , Stonehenge VR , The Music Room and an all-new edition of the Blu, among others .

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Rain possible, cloudy day ahead in metro

Cloudy skies are predicted for Saturday night , and there will be a 50 percent chance of showers. YOUR FREE WECT MOBILE WEATHER APP: Get interactive radar, targeted severe bulletins, location-specific hour-by-hour forecasts, marine and tide data, long-range outlooks, tropical storm statistics and forecast tracks, and much more! By Saturday , even though dry air will try to hold strong with the high to our north, Clouds and showers will creep farther northward through the day on Saturday ...

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Some commuter service restored in Hoboken, NJ, after morning train crash

She was the sole confirmed fatality. The FBI office in Newark said it has been in touch with law enforcement officials and had offered its assistance in responding to the crash. Donald Trump also expressed his sympathies with the victims on Twitter. "And then we just heard people screaming in the first vehicle". NJ Transit Spokeswoman Jennifer Nelson says that more than 100 people were injured, some critically.

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Schmeichel: Arsene Wenger drove Manchester United to new heights

We have shown for years that we can have a good togetherness at the club. Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright believes that Arsene Wenger deserves a new three-year deal at the club. He settled six years ago. "Football has become popular, it's become a world sport. That starts from Alexis at the top and he sets the pace for us all, and it seems to be clicking at this moment in time".

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Europe's comet chaser gets final commands to end its mission

All the action is expected to take place over 700 million kilometers from Earth as both the comet and Rosetta will be speeding through the sky at more than 14 kilometers per second. The Rosetta spacecraft followed Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko through the Solar System for two years until it reached the sun and became active on August 6, 2014.

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Elon Musk Aims To Turn Humans into a 'Multiplanetary Species'

During a speech Tuesday in Mexico, Musk outlined his plan to establish a city on Mars. His personal motivation is to make humanity a multi-planetary species. When asked by reporter Jeff Foust of SpaceNews about how much SpaceX was now spending and would spend, Musk replied less than a "few tens of millions" so far, and that he hoped to ramp that up to hundreds of millions over time as they made progress.

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United States senators accuse Yahoo of 'unacceptable' delay in hack discovery

They also want to know what steps Yahoo is taking and for a timeline of the hack and its discovery. Yahoo: Detected the breach this summer after conducting a security review prompted by an unrelated hacking claim that turned out to be meritless.


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