Couple devastated after ‘heartless’ pet murder

In an act that local police are calling heartless, the alpacas were killed at a rural property at Glen Aplin, near Stanthorpe, last week.

Police were called to the Mount Stirling Rd property on the weekend after the animal’s owner found five of his pets dead and one critically injured in their paddock.

Tragically, the critically... ( подробнее )

Narrow escape for Earth as closest large asteroid ever recorded whizzes past

According to EarthSky.org, the asteroid was spotted 192,500km away — a distance closer than the moon.

The asteroid, labelled Asteroid 2018 GE3, was closest to Earth around 2:41am ET on April 15 and was estimated to be up to 110 meters wide.

EarthSky.org said that 2018 GE3 could be as much as six times larger than the Chelyabinsk... ( подробнее )

In Russia will be obliged to establish domestic applications on smartphones

On the official website of the FAS appeared information about the new law. According to this source, the law may require phone manufacturers to install some Russian programs additionally to be present on the mobile device out of the box.

What apps will need to install the smartphone makers are yet unknown, however, whether there may be... ( подробнее )

Safari horror as toddler snatched by leopard

A TODDLER has been snatched from his family and eaten by a leopard at a safari park in Uganda.

The three-year-old boy was being looked after by a nanny in unfenced staff quarters at a safari lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park when he was pounced on, reports The Sun.

The leopard snatched the little boy, who has not been named,... ( подробнее )

How to become the world’s first trillionaire

According to leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm Goldman Sachs, all you need to do is start mining asteroids.

The company believes the first people to create the technology for mining asteroids will be rewarded with riches unlike anything ever seen.

“While the psychological barrier... ( подробнее )

Demand falls: Tablets buying less and less

DigiTimes has published a forecast of the demand of tablets in the second quarter of 2018. And for producers it is clearly disappointing.

The tablet market steadily declining for the 13th consecutive quarter. For the 4th quarter of 2017 sold a total of 49.6 million units, which is 7.9% lower than 2016. And this is the total sales of tablets... ( подробнее )

The rain has a surprising effect on our bin chickens

The Aussie birds that we love to hate return to their natural foraging habits in wet weather looking for worms instead of scraps in our bins.

New research has found people will see fewer ibis during wet weather as the bin chickens switch to their paleo diets and look for parks abundant with critters.

Wild weather with heavy rain,... ( подробнее )

UFO mysteries emerge from top secret project

In 1996, the Mod commissioned a defence contractor to produce a comprehensive report on U.K. UFO sightings. The report was compiled at a time of huge public interest in UFOs fuelled by the wildly popular “X-Files” TV series and 1997’s 50th anniversary of the purported UFO incident in Roswell, New Mexico.

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Epic possum snake showdown caught on camera in Queensland

Queensland woman Christine Williams was arriving home from work late Thursday night when she heard the commotion in her backyard.

“I looked up and watched as a carpet python had just taken a baby possum from the back of its mother,” she told the ABC.

“I grabbed my camera and started taking photos.”

Those... ( подробнее )

Physicist Stephen Hawking to be buried near Isaac Newton

The remains of the legendary physicist and icon, who died last week, will be laid in the church during a thanksgiving service later this year, the abbey said.

His family earlier confirmed the funeral will take place on March 31 at Great St Mary’s church in Cambridge University, a short distance from Gonville and Caius College, where... ( подробнее )