NASA engineer proposes controversial fuelless engine that violates the laws of physics
NASA engineer designs helical engine that producing a thrust up to 99 percent the speed of light without breaking Einstein's theory of relativity, but breaches Newton's law of motion. Its Not a Choice Syrians Flee After Turkish Forces Bombard Their Homes. Since Turkish forces attacked Kurdish-controlled territory in northeast Syria, almost two thousand refugees have fled the country. We spoke with some of them in Bardarash refugee camp, across the border in Iraq. Driverless 'Roborace' car makes street track debut. It is a car kitted out with technology its developers boldly predict will transform our cities and change the way we live. South Park 'close' to landing $500 million streaming deal. All the episodes of hit American sitcom South Park could finally be available on a streaming service. Georgia Won a Big Game. Now Comes the Hard Part. The No. 3 Bulldogs beat No. 7 Notre Dame, 23-17, setting Georgia up for another run at a national title. Or not. Archaeologists find 2,000-year-old 'lost' street built by Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem. The 722 feet (220 metre) -long section of road was unearthed by researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University aftersix years of digging in Jerusalem. How unhealthy is YOUR supermarket ready meal? Experts at YorkTest Laboratories analysed the nutritional content of all 528 ready meals sold by the five major UK supermarkets - Morrisons, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, and Waitrose. Whats on TV Tuesday The World Series and Jenny Slates Comedy Special. The Washington Nationals kick off Game 1 against the Houston Astros, and the comedian Jenny Slate conquers her stage fright in a new Netflix special. Auckland pub offers free food, beer and a place to rest for firefighters battling nightmare inferno. A pub has offered a heartwarming gesture to firefighters battling Auckland's SkyCity Convention Centre blaze as desperate efforts to bring the inferno under control continue. Facebook probe by U.S. states expands to 47 attorneys general. A New York-led probe into allegations that Facebook Inc put consumer data at risk and pushed up advertising rates has expanded to include attorneys general from 47 U.S. states and territories, New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement on Tuesday. British bowls club brings airport to a standstill after stealing life-size cutout of Cliff Richard. The St Lawrence Bowls Team from Ramsgate, Kent, spotted the Sir Cliff cutout in Faro airport's duty free. They decided to bring it home because one of the club's members looks like the singer. British-born Nigerian actor hopes black skinhead film will 'heal' pain. British-born Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje was taken into foster care by a white family near London as a baby in the 1960s. As a youth, the unthinkable happened the black boy joined a gang of violent white supremacists. At home of Mona Lisa, a retrospective on da Vinci's life and work. France's Louvre museum, home to Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, is putting the final touches to one of the biggest ever exhibitions of the Italian master's work with the presence of the world's most expensive painting agonizingly unresolved. Be Humble, and Proudly, Psychologists Say. Humility is not the boldest of personality traits, but its an important one, studies find. And its hard to fake. 2 UConn students arrested for racial slurs. Police arrested two students at the University of Connecticut and charged them with violating a state hate crime statute after they allegedly spouted racial slurs on campus. Zachary Goelman reports. 5 Cheap(ish) Things to Beef Up Your Digital Security. Here are a few simple things to at least prevent the worst problems and keep most of your private information as safe as possible from hacks or security negligence. Woman with breast cancer thanks a thermal imaging camera which revealed an abnormal patch on chest. Bal Gill, 41, was visiting World of Illusions in Edinburgh during a family holiday in May. A thermal camera showed a hot spot in her left breast that no one else had. Almost half of all commonly used drugs - including antibiotics and antidepressants - affect your gut. A new study led by the University Medical Centre Groningen has found that 18 of 41 drug categories lead to gut bacteria changes that increased the riskof intestinal infections and obesity.
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