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Black Hole Collision Not As Dark As Expected; NASA Detects Burst Of Light From Merger After proving the existence of Einstein's gravitational waves, researchers has once again discovered something that is not expected -- light bursting from the collision of two black holes. Under normal circumstances, objects getting sucked at high speed in ... 04/20/2016 - 12:35 am | View Link
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Jim Beam ended a nearly weeklong strike at two bourbon distilleries in Kentucky on Friday, toasting a labor settlement that answers the workers' key demand with a commitment to hire more full-time staff.
Union members picketing since last Saturday approved the company's latest contract offer on a 204-19 vote and will resume producing whiskey Monday, said United Food and Commercial Workers union official Tommy Ballard.
"We can get back to being a family," longtime Beam employee Bill Ball said.
The walkout began after workers at Jim Beam distilleries at Clermont and Boston turned down an earlier offer from the world's top bourbon producer.
There is only one thing in life that Oprah Winfrey loves more than bread: voting.
In June, the former television show host announced that she would be voting for Hillary Clinton. Through Winfrey has been relatively quiet since then, she recently came out with a forceful new endorsement for Clinton, as well as a few choice words for undecided voters.
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The climax of '80s darling Back to the Future is (spoiler) an intense race against time as Doc Brown and Marty McFly prepare for a lightning strike.
Our CineFix series, Art of the Scene, takes a close look at this scene that got audiences leaning forward in their seats. The scene involved a series of over-the-top mishaps Doc remedied before they derailed Marty’s trip back to the future.
The internet is going down, people.
Friday morning's cyberattack on Dyn — a company that hosts some major domain name systems — caused a horrific chain of events for the internet, one of the worst outages resulting from an attack.
The morning began with problems for major websites, including Twitter, Spotify, SoundCloud, Vox Media sites, and Airbnb, but since Dyn is essentially a major backbone of the internet, the severity of the situation escalated since.
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Despite Dyn announcing that the attacks were resolved by mid morning, the company announced that the trouble had resumed in the early afternoon. Read more
Hunter Jordan Maxon from New Richmond, Wisconsin, had a very odd encounter with a very friendly deer.
After setting up a deer stand in a clearing, Maxon looked around to see if any wildlife had wandered into the area before he started hunting. That's when he noticed a buck about 70 yards away.
"I figured I'd wait for him to leave the clearing, however, after five minutes of standing there, he wouldn't leave," Maxon explained on YouTube.
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Instead of leaving, the buck approaches Maxon, who gently convinces the dear to come a bit closer with noises you'd use to coax a cat or dog. Read more
The cyberattack that immobilized a large chunk of the internet on Friday may have seemed complex. In fact, the type attack that hackers employed to cut off access to some of the world's biggest websites was strikingly simple.
The unidentified attacked used a DDoS — or "distributed denial of service" — attack, which send a huge number of requests to overwhelm servers.