T-Rex’s Biological Air Conditioner

A thermal image of a T. rex with its dorsotemporal fenestra glowing on the skull
A graphic thermal image of a T. rex with its dorsotemporal fenestra glowing on the skull
Brian Engh

Thermal images of alligators taken by a team of scientists led by Casey Holliday, a professor of anatomy at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, suggest that the Tyrannosaurus rex may have had blood vessels in its skull that helped the giant predator to regulate its body temperature – in other words, a biological air conditioner. read more

Democrat Lies Help Illegals Enter the U.S.

The Daily Caller reports that Jim Jordan and other Republicans on the House Oversight Committee are demanding an explanation as to why

Rep. Escobar

Congressional democrats were taking trips to Mexico, “after reports were released that said a Democrat was ‘coaching’ migrants on how to break the law to illegally enter the country.”

“The National Border Patrol Council’s El Paso chapter and several Customs and Border Protection personnel told the Washington Examiner aides to Rep. Veronica Escobar, who took over 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke’s district, and the local Catholic diocese have interviewed thousands of migrants in Juarez over the past few weeks to find cases where [they claim] Department of Homeland Security officials may have wrongly returned people.”

“This all comes after a member of Texas Democratic Rep. Veronica Escobar’s staff reportedly coached migrants in detention facilities on how to get around immigration laws, reportedly telling them to act like they cannot speak Spanish when caught trying to enter the U.S.” read more

Lamborghini Hybrid Supercar

Sensual curves meet jagged angles in the remarkable Sian, Lamborghini's first hybrid and the first car in production history to use a supercapacitor hybrid system

Sensual curves meet jagged angles in the remarkable Sian, Lamborghini’s first hybrid and the first car in production history to use a supercapacitor hybrid system

Lamborghini has chosen a radically different way of dipping its toe in the waters of hybridization with the announcement of its new Sián, which couples a screaming, naturally aspirated V12 engine with a supercapacitor-based secondary electric system. read more

WND Exclusive – 1 Fewer Walmart Customers

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

As a rule, I don’t call for mass boycotts. You’ll never see me on social media calling out some business I feel has somehow wronged me and soliciting others to protest or stop patronizing XYZ Inc.

But I’m making an exception in the case of Walmart.

Normally, I just don’t feel that strongly about these types of things. Businesses I choose to patronize is personal, and my idea of a boycott is to just halt my patronage – either permanently or until the store or chain in question rectifies the situation to my satisfaction.

Last year, because of Target stores’ new “trans policy,” which allows men who dress up as women to use the women’s changing rooms, I decided never to darken the door of another Target. I thought it ridiculous for a major chain store to cave to a radical fringe element that encompasses a fraction of a fraction of our population. That, and the whole transgender thing is crock.

But Target is a private company, and if its powers-that-be decide to kowtow to every whacky group out there, it’s their decision. read more

Video Podcast – No One Understands the Climate – No One!

by: Brent Smith

The Climate Town Hall was beyond shameless. First, CNN has shown once and for all they are no longer a news network and haven’t been for some time.

They are 100%, the propaganda ministry of the democrat party and the radical left.

These candidates all stand up in front of an audience of like-minded and vetted clapping seals and claim we have to become carbon neutral in 10 years, or 12 or 20 or by 2030 or 40 or just pick a random year, because that’s what they’re doing. Basically, do what we say or you’re all dead in X years – pick a year.

Yet there is still so much we don’t understand about changing climate that the claim by the left that, “the relationship between mankind’s emissions of greenhouse gasses and climate change is a scientific certainty,” is utter nonsense.

What happens in space and what naturally occurs on Earth has exponentially more to do with our changing climate than man’s behavior.

The fact is that our climate has been changing since the Earth developed a climate. We can’t stop it from changing and we can’t cause it to change. read more

The Border Barrier Only has to be Funded Once

by: Brent Smith

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Let’s say you own a house. With the house comes a yard and with that comes a lot of various things for the upkeep of the property. Things like a lawn mower, hedge clippers, paint supplies, gas cans, etc.

The problem is you have no where to store them. Consequently they get damaged by weather and people sneak into your yard and steal your stuff – because you don’t a fence.

So you propose to your wife, or whomever resides with you (who knows anymore), to shell out the money to build a lockable shed in the back yard.

Well, your other half isn’t keen on spending the money. You explain that the family can cut it by moving some money around and cutting back.

Instead of listening reasonably to your proposal, your other half, he, she or it, goes on a tirade, exclaiming that taking from one portion of the household budget will hurt the well-being of the family. read more

Digit-Sized Steady Cam Weighs only 18 Grams

The new Go takes Insta360's excellent FlowState image stabilization gear and uses it to create an absolutely tiny camera, complete with a smart ecosystem to manage your footage
The new Go takes Insta360’s excellent FlowState image stabilization gear and uses it to create an absolutely tiny camera, complete with a smart ecosystem to manage your footage

Best known for its affordable 360-degree cameras, Insta360 has taken its excellent FlowState image stabilization technology and used it to build a unique and remarkable new class of action camera. The new Insta360 Go is tiny, looking like a flash drive with a dome lens on it. It weighs next to nothing, and attaches to your clothing with magnets to capture beautifully stabilized 1080p footage from an oversized sensor. read more

Ted Cruz Schools Alyssa Milano on Self-Defense

Still Love me some Ted Cruz!

from the Daily Caller:

Alyssa Milano Asks Where The Bible Says Gun Ownership Is A ‘God-Given Right’ — Ted Cruz Shows Her

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz gave actress and political activist Alyssa Milano a quick Bible study and lesson in self-defense Monday.

After Milano asked where the Bible justifies gun ownership, Cruz provided a direct response from the Scriptures while also reaching to the United States Constitution and American history to demonstrate why self-defense is both morally and biblically sound.

Getting Water from a Desert?

Researcher Mathieu Prévot with water collected from the new device that can wring water out of even very dry air
Researcher Mathieu Prévot with water collected from the new device that can wring water out of even very dry air
Grant Glover, University of South Alabama

As vital as clean water is for human life, unfortunately it’s not always easy for people to get enough. Adding insult to injury, the stuff is basically always floating around us in the air, unreachable. Now, researchers from the University of California Berkeley have developed a device that can wring drinkable amounts of water out of even the driest air. read more

Clouds aren’t the Only White Thing in Hurricane Dorian

from the Blaze: 

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cocaine wash up on Florida beaches from Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian pushed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cocaine onto the beaches of Florida.

The first cocaine bricks, about 15 kilos worth in a red duffle bag, showed up over the weekend on Cocoa Beach. The cocaine was discovered by a beachgoer, who contacted the police. The find was reportedly worth roughly $300,000. read more