>Donald Trump already influencing international companies and has them willingly coming forward to open dialogue with him
President Trump will do great things for the US. http://conservativetribune.com/trump-threatened-ford-huge/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=ConservativeTribune&utm_content=2016-03-24&utm_campaign=manualpost
>>33578 There's a real display of the kind of leader you might have. Too bad the only other ones like that are in the Asians and the Russians. The wests arguably strongest leader whose actions are listened to is fucking Merkel and look what thats getting us.
>Hillary Clinton has criticized Europe for its lagging security strategy, urging it to share the US’ “burden” in fighting global terror by creating a “new unified European border” that would facilitate improved intelligence and cross-border communication.
>Praising the US’ counterterrorism efforts, Clinton said “there is much we can do to support our European partners,” but added “there is also more they can do to share the burden with us.”
>Saying that the recent... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>David Kingham, the chief executive of Tokamak Energy, has announced his company’s target of producing its first electricity by 2025 and feeding power into the grid by 2030, as well as investment from the UK’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Harnessing the nuclear energy which powers the sun has... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It seems like scientists have been "closing on target" since the 80s. Is anyone else here old enough to remember the cold fusion hoax back in the early 90s? I guess we're just now coming out of the intellectual fog caused by that.
>>33417 Those are some bold claims. >based off of JET, which produced 16MW for 1 second at a cost of 24MW >their experimental tokamak can create a 20 second pulse but still doesn't produce more energy than it consumes >still largely theoretical as stated on their website >a reactor large enough to produce significant power would cost 100x more than the 15m they've raised so far I hope... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>33467 The media constantly overstates scientific findings and advancements. Makes for more exciting stories that way. Scientists have been making progress on it forever; it just so happens progress is slow and incremental.
I wouldn't be surprised if somebody oversold it to get more funding, but for the most part they don't need to. The media does that on its own.
…even wtf, you idiots still sleeping and thinking trump fix this? Cuck, get some education and finally REALISE that not refugees are your enemy, but the rich FAMILYS like bilderberger, rothschilds, jesuits btw. they origins are from germany. Now put the dots together and see why germany is in the worldly spotlight… people nowadays to stupid and full of hate.
Also video of bombing is fake: http://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/mar/23/fake-youtube-videos-brussels-attacks-facebook-twitter
Does someone know on what forum ISIS is voting for that poll? And no, I'm not from ISIS. I just want to know for what they're voting. Link to more information: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3507056/Jubilant-ISIS-supporters-launch-sick-web-poll-choose-target-terror-attack-asking-colour-Eiffel-Tower-next.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline
>>33814 This. Not really for the fear of being tracked, but why create unneccessary data the appropriate agencies needs to sift through? Assuming they ever start doing their job properly, they would need to check on everybody who visits IS related sites and forum, don't waste their time.
The IT systems of three US hospitals have been infected with ransomware, which encrypts vital files and demands money to unlock them. The systems, at Kentucky Methodist Hospital and Chino Valley Medical Center and Desert Valley Hospital, California, are now running normally again. None of the hospitals is believed to have paid the ransom. And the cases are now being investigated by the FBI. The Kentucky Methodist Hospital had to shut down all of its desktop computers and activate a back-up system. A message on its homepage said: "Methodist Hospital is currently... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Literally, there is a fucking free piece of software to prevent this.
Hospitals, especially smaller ones, have the biggest fucking IT issues in America, I fucking swear.
/g/entleman here. I do Contract IT. Have a hospital group as a client. They will try to wriggle and writhe their way out of every IT cost they can. Fighting me over 15 minutes spent over an evening to investigate why they had an ssh connection attempt come from Taiwan... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>33724 >RELATED: Truck full of sharks crashes on I-95 in Florida I still think the related story is more interesting. I'd love to imagine huge writhing sharks spilled onto the freeway, as commuters swerve between the sharks praying for their own lives.
>The girl was allegedly raped, and brutally attacked when she resisted. Against odds, however, she survived, but her ordeal didn’t end.
>“Nobody wants to allow [her] to live in the village. [She] is being treated as a culprit. Every day, people curse the family members. They are being pressured and threatened to throw [her] out of the village"
>>32804 By reposting the same story over and over? Who is sitting around reading the same news story in slightly different ways? That can't be right. There has to be a better reason. Over saturation like that, I would assume, puts people off.
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