Daily Archive: Tuesday, February 21, 2017

How the North Korean Nuclear Threat Has Grown

FEBRUARY 17, 2017 By Rick Gladstone and Rogene Jacquette When North Korea tested a missile that fell harmlessly into the sea this month, it was more than just an attempt by its 33-year-old leader, Kim Jong-un, to jolt a new American president. Arms experts observed something new: solid-fuel technology that makes such missiles easier to

When to Change Your Scooter Helmet

When you yourself have been involved in an accident, your helmet would have probably absorbed quite an impact. Sometimes, helmet manufacturers would be significantly more than ready to inspect your scooter helmet to see if it needs to be repaired or replaced. Even although you haven’t been in an accident, but have dropped your helmet

Tiny new frog species found in India

Some of the smallest known frogs were recently discovered following a five-year survey in India. Seven new species of “night frogs,” in the Nyctibatrachus genus, include four species that are among the tiniest frogs ever found, capable of comfortably crouching on a thumbnail with room to spare. Though the frogs were abundant in the survey area, their