2018.05.04

News Headlines - 04 May 2018

Russia's 'Nuclear Titanic' Heads West, Raising Fears of 'Chernobyl on Ice'

Russia’s so-called “nuclear Titanic” is moving toward western Europe for a controversial maiden voyage that has alarmed U.S. allies and environmentalists alike.
The vessel, called the Akademik Lomonosov, is Moscow’s first floating nuclear power plant, designed to provide energy to hard-to-reach coastlines such as Russia’s subarctic regions.

Air Force Advances Testing of New Nuclear Gravity Bomb: General | Military.com

The U.S. Air Force has conducted dozens of developmental flight tests of the B61-12 guided nuclear gravity bomb, intended to be three times more accurate than its predecessors, a top general said Tuesday.

Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Describe Topless Photo Shoot and Uneasy Night Out - The New York Times

For the photo shoot, at the adults-only Occidental Grand Papagayo resort on Culebra Bay, some of the cheerleaders said they were required to be topless, though the photographs used for the calendar would not show nudity. Others wore nothing but body paint. Given the resort’s secluded setting, such revealing poses would not have been a concern for the women — except that the Redskins had invited spectators.

Read Stephen Hawking’s final theory on the Big Bang | PBS NewsHour

Before he passed away in March, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking had published more than 230 articles on the birth of the universe, black holes and quantum mechanics. It turns out he had one more theory left in the locker.
On Wednesday, the Journal of High Energy Physics published the British scientist’s final thoughts on the Big Bang, the leading theory for how the universe began. The new report, co-authored by Belgian physicist Thomas Hertog, counters the longstanding idea that the universe will expand for eternity. Instead, the authors argue the Big Bang had a finite boundary, defined by string theory and holograms.

Japanese sites get World Heritage recommendation - NHK WORLD

An advisory panel to the United Nations' cultural agency has recommended that places linked to the history of Japan's persecuted Christians be granted World Heritage status.
The International Council on Monuments and Sites gave the highest rating out of its 4-level recommendation scale to the nominated property "Hidden Christian Sites in the Nagasaki Region."


|

Headlines」カテゴリの記事

コメント

コメントを書く



(ウェブ上には掲載しません)


コメントは記事投稿者が公開するまで表示されません。



トラックバック

この記事のトラックバックURL:
http://app.cocolog-nifty.com/t/trackback/536877/66695455

この記事へのトラックバック一覧です: News Headlines - 04 May 2018:

« 2018年05月04日のニュース・クリップ | トップページ | 2018年05月05日のニュース・クリップ »