Atlas Shrugged, part III, chapter V With d’Anconia Copper gone and the last few copper mines in the U.S. perishing for lack of machinery and spare parts, it’s become almost impossible for Hank to keep making Rearden Metal. But as he tells Dagny, a bigger problem is looming. He’s been selling as much metal as [Read More...]
With the world closest to World War 3 since the cold war era and Russia about to unleash escalating sanctions of Turkey, it makes perfect sense that 'investors' would want to purge themselves of precious metals. Someone decided thatShow More Summary
Have you ever gazed longingly at the Xbox One's ability to stream games to a PC? Have you ever wished your PS4 could do the same thing, wished to be taken into the sweet embrace of inFamous: Second Son or Metal Gear Solid V streamedShow More Summary
The British love the Portable Antiquities Scheme of England (and for the moment, Wales). Metal detectorists love it because it spares no effort to totally legitimise their exploitive hobby. Archaeologists love it because it gets metal detectorists out of their hair and produces all sorts of "data" (I use the term loosely) to study. Show More Summary
Reports of strong Chinese demand for base metals fuelled a commodities rally, while expectations of more stimulus from the ECB buoyed European markets.
Stream a new track from the Appalachian black metal act's stirring new split with Disemballerina's Jennifer Christensen.
The Michigan brutarians are back, and chillin’ with Jack White.
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time of family, fun and turkey. But for the members of Eagles of Death Metal, whose Paris concert was interrupted when gunmen entered the venue and opened fire on the crowd, leaving at least 90 dead, the day undoubtedly means something more. In an interview with...
Five months ago, in the aftermath of its biggest market crash since 2008, China unleashed an unprecedented series of measures to stem the selling tide, none more mindblowing than its threat (which was promptly executed) to arrest "malicious short sellers" or even worse. Show More Summary
In their first interview after their concert was stormed by three extremist gunmen in the Bataclan theatre in Paris, the Eagles of Death Metal rock band have opened up about what happened that night.
"Our friends went there to see rock and roll and died. I want to go back there and live," lead singer says
``One Reuters source familiar with the producers' request said the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association had suggested that the state buys 900,000 tonnes of aluminum, 30,000 tonnes of refined nickel, 40 tonnes of indium, and 400,000 tonnes of zinc. ''
The band that was on stage at Paris' Bataclan when it was attacked on Nov. 13 has given its first emotional interview on what happened that night. Vice founder Shane Smith opens the video, released late Wednesday, by explaining that Eagles of Death Metal has worked with Vice "many times,...
Motorcyclists are paranoid about being hit by cars, and with reason. You’re a lot safer when you’re encased in a metal shell, with airbags and seatbelts. The mass difference between a car and a motorcycle doesn’t work out well for the biker, either. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's what you need to know on Thursday. 1. The band whose concert was attacked by terrorists in Paris have given their first interview on the shocking incident. The Eagles of Death Metal were playing at the Bataclan Theatre when it was stormed by Islamist gunmen. 2. Show More Summary
You've probably noticed that solar panels sitting on people's roofs appear to be broken up into grids. These grid lines are actually metal contacts and, although they're necessary for conducting the electrical current generated by the underlying semiconductor, they reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the semiconductor layer. Show More Summary
Eagles of Death Metal, the American band that was playing at the Bataclan theater on Friday, November 13, is talking about the horrific ISIS Paris attack where 89 people died when terrorists stormed the venue. Le Bataclan has been a legendary fixture in the Paris music scene for 150-years, but nobody could have envisioned it... Show More Summary
Among the final student projects: a self-destructing robot, an aura-reading mirror, and a black metal font generator.
Eagles of Death Metal, the band that band that was playing at the Bataclan during the attacks Paris, spoke out in an emotional interview about what they saw as their show became a massacre almost two weeks ago.
You can buy Fossil's first Android Wear watch starting today for $295. Not a bad deal considering it comes with a brushed metal body and stainless steel metal bands.