According to media reports the US resists control of Internet passing to UN agency.
According to this poll it is. And US Treasury Department is allowing the export of Internet communications services such as instant messaging, e-mail and Web browsing to Iran, Sudan and Cuba.
The Reuters agency reports President Obama will push White House vision for NASA in the couple of weeks. The statement from the White House said the investment in new technology would “help us travel from the Earth’s cradle to our nearby Solar System neighborhood in a more effective and affordable way, thus laying the foundation to support journeys to the Moon, asteroids, and eventually to Mars.” http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6261NE20100307
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An expert says. The Project Seal in which during War World II military and scientists were trying to create tsunami and then used waves as the weapon is probably no just science fiction.
Officially was the aim of operation to hit the defunct satellite to prevent its toxic fuel tank from crashing to Earth. But Russia and China have expressed some concern about the action.
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