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Tuesday January 18, 2022. 01:00 PM
All of our meddling has primed Earth to collapse under cities and belch greenhouse gases, a nasty feedback loop that’s accelerating global warming.
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The company is leveraging its technology to help clients make “digital twins”—virtual copies of real-life objects, environments, and even people.
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Last summer, a doctor wrote “climate change” in his patient’s chart. But is medicine really ready to address systemic health impacts?
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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teddy Swims (@teddyswims404) No matter how hard we try, our eyes will always establish a bias based on the plethora of visual information we've accrued over a lifetime of experiences. Too often are we forced to...
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An undersea volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami struck Tonga, cutting lines of communication and leaving everyone in the dark about the extent of the damage and loss of life. Here's one of the most alarming examples of footage to emerge so far, capturing the shockwave....
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Testing? Isn't that what users are for? Microsoft has patched the patch that broke chunks of Windows and emitted fixes for a Patch Tuesday cock-up that left servers rebooting and VPNs disconnected.…
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During the height of the 'war on terror,' one of the stock responses used by Republicans to defend the unjust incursion on Iraqi soil was that the terrorists 'hated us for our freedom.' As far as warmongering propaganda slogans go, you've got to admit, that's a great one. —...
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Anders Breivik killed 77 people, mostly youngsters shot dead at a summer camp, in a 2011 terror attack—a crime for which the neo-Nazi was sentenced to 21 years imprisonment. After 10, he's getting his first parole hearing. The far right terrorist has shown no remorse since ...
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Hardware hacker spots 'ghost in the ethernet optic' Hardware hacker Ben Cox has spotted an interesting bit of kit that we're sure has entirely reasonable uses other than network intrusion: Plumspace's Smart SFP TAP.…
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A team of astronomers has used archival images from a survey telescope to look for Starlink tracks over the past two years. Over that time, the number of images affected rose by a factor of 35, and the researchers estimate that by the time the planned Starlink constellation...
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Since the beginning of his directorial career, accusations of plagiarism have circled Quentin Tarantino like buzzards over carrion. The debate between the director's most ardent fans and detractors usually boils down to the difference between homage and theft. While he never ...
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From a privacy point of view, there is much to love about end-to-end encryption, as employed by the likes of WhatsApp. But while users may delight in the knowledge that their communication is free from surveillance, there are some groups that have a different opinion. Law...
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Lynch fears US.gov will add yet more charges against him Autonomy Trial Mike Lynch has branded a judge's decision to not delay the process deadline for his extradition to the US on allegation of fraud as 'perverse' and 'irrational' – while the US government said his legal...
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The first Patch Tuesday of 2022 was little different to those in preceding months in as much as the updates released by Microsoft caused various problems for lots of Windows users -- quelle surprise! As a result, the company has been forced to release a series of out-of-band ...
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Businesses use mobile apps to better reach their clients. But creating one isn’t cheap. For a very simple app, you can expect to pay a professional developer at least $40k. A little too rich for your blood, perhaps? Then learn how to develop one yourself with The 2022 Complet...
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After analyzing powdered rock samples collected from the surface of Mars by NASA's Curiosity rover, scientists today announced that several of the samples are rich in a type of carbon that on Earth is associated with biological processes. From a report: While the finding is...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from New Atlas: For the first time, a team of scientists has now demonstrated the quantum mechanical principle of superabsorption that underpins quantum batteries in a proof-of-concept device. 'Superabsorption is a quantum collective...
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Akihabara News (Tokyo) — Shenzhen-based Huawei is set to begin selling large-scale battery systems that store renewable energy to Japanese customers as of March 2022. This initiative follows only one year after Tesla launched sales of a similar technology in Japan, adding...
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Starting January 19, free at-home COVID-19 tests will be available through the U.S. government website covidtests.gov. Every home in the U.S. can soon order 4 free rapid at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests. The tests will be completely free—there are no shipping costs and you...
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The number of malware infections targeting Linux devices rose by 35% in 2021, most commonly to recruit IoT devices for DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks. BleepingComputer reports: A Crowdstrike report looking into the attack data from 2021 summarizes the...
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