Twitter Posts as of 08/07/2015

Happy Birthday Copyright Bombshell: New Evidence Warner Music Previously Hid Shows Song Is Public Domain

“Last minute evidence that completely turns a legal case on its head doesn’t come about all that often — despite what you see in Hollywood movies and TV shows. The discovery process in a lawsuit generally reveals most of the evidence revealed to everyone pretty early on. And yet…… ” (go to link)

Twitter Posts as of 07/31/2015

  • Fiat Chrysler Recalls 1.4 Million Vehicles to Defend Against Hacks ->
  • Four-legged snake fossil stuns scientists—and ignites controversy ->
  • Voyager’s Golden Record For Aliens Now Available On SoundCloud ->
  • Scientists Confirm 'Impossible' EM Drive Propulsion ->
  • San Francisco techies are hiring this Wiccan witch to protect their computers from viruses and offices from evil s… ->
  • Residents want Eden Prairie to allow backyard chickens ->
  • Something to cluck about: Backyard birds safer, cheaper for egg eaters ->
  • Commissioners preliminarily approve chicken ordinance ->

Twitter Posts as of 07/24/2015

  • Asteroid Mining Company's 1st Satellite Launches from Space Station ->
  • For fourth time in history, space station crew forced to hide from space junk ->
  • Crazy for cluckers: Look who's living in N.J. backyards ->
  • Ban on backyard chickens might soon be lifted in Grand Haven, officials say ->
  • Elder Tree Farm Lets You Try Backyard Chickens Before You Buy ->
  • NASA spies Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting Sun-like star ->
  • Smithsonian Takes a Giant Step with Its First Kickstarter Campaign to Fund the Conservation of Neil Armstrong's Sp… ->
  • Stephen Hawking and Russian tycoon Yuri Milner kick off new search for E.T. ->
  • Bee population rising around the world ->

For fourth time in history, space station crew forced to hide from space junk


“A small piece of an old Russian weather satellite forced the crew of the International Space Station to take cover in an escape vehicle for a short time Thursday.Officials at NASA Mission Control in Houston calculated that the fragment of space junk would pass close to the space station at 7:01 a.m…. ” (go to link)

Twitter Posts as of 07/10/2015