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Getting Started Flasking Orchids
Getting ready to flask an orchid seed pod for the first time? This blog post will give you some invaluable advice and a list of materials, along with a great recipe for orchid germination agar.
Sep 06, 2021 by Tectract
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Guide to the Git Underground Tech Articles · Sep 06, 2021 by Tectract
Normal usages cases for a collaborative Github team, from the perspective of developers working on feature branches and from that of project managers who are gatekeeping, testing, and merging stuff that will go live on a production server. We also examine some of the common pitfalls and traps you can get stuck in from not using Git properly, and what to do to get out of them gracefully.
Top Ten Best Chess Books - Learn and Become a Master Gaming Articles · Dec 13, 2019 by Tectract
Whether you are just starting out learning to play, or an old master brushing up for the next grandmaster competition, these wonderful chess books will inspire you and tell the amazing history of chess. See the game through the eyes of the greatest grandmasters of all time. Learn to think like a chess magician and amaze your friends with stunning sacrifice combinations and forced mating sequences! Come along and enjoy this ride through a uniquely human experience, and one day you could be the next World Champion!
Battling the Human Trafficking Fight - Part 1 Science & Medicine Articles · May 12, 2020 by Special Guest Author - Tim Easton, Anti-Terrorism Expert

(“Evil People Will Push The Limits of Evil Deeds to Feed their Sick Addiction and Greed”)

Special thanks to GUEST AUTHOR Tim Easton, Owner of Castle Defense 360 IED Response & Active Shooter Instructor, Tactics Trainer, Physical Security & Anti-Terrorism Expert


Battling the Human Trafficking Fight - Part 2 The Social Media Danger Science & Medicine Articles · May 12, 2020 by Special Guest Author - Tim Easton, Anti-Terrorism Expert

(“Evil People Will Push The Limits of Evil Deeds to Feed their Sick Addiction and Greed”)

Special thanks to GUEST AUTHOR Tim Easton, Owner of Castle Defense 360 IED Response & Active Shooter Instructor, Tactics Trainer, Physical Security & Anti-Terrorism Expert



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Scientists 3D-Print Programmable Living Structures With New Microbial Ink

Our mastery of biology has improved dramatically in recent decades , but we are still largely restricted to n ature's repertoire of forms. That could be about to change with the creation of a living ink made out of microbes that can be printed into a variety of 3D shapes.

Nov 30, 2021 by Edd Gent
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As Jack Dorsey Steps Down as CEO, Full-Blown Calls for White Genocide on Twitter Yesterday Tech News · Nov 30, 2021 by Matt Vespa - Associated Press

Yesterday was peak liberal insanity. I mean, there have been many events that could fall into that category for the past five years, but this one might be in a league of its own. It's so out there, you'd think it's a parody.


Migrants stuck at Polish border feel cheated by people smugglers World News · Nov 28, 2021 by Reuters

Syrian friends Anas Kanaan, 34, and Mouein al-Hadi, 36, were told by people smugglers that they would easily be able to get to Germany from Belarus. They just had to pay 3,000 euros ($3,390) each to an intermediary in Turkey.


'More money than God': Chinese titan lavished Hunter Biden with 3-carat gem, offer of $30 million, now billionaire CCP chairman missing and company faces delisting World News · Nov 28, 2021 by Xie Yu - New York Post

The Biden family offered their services to a huge, Chinese government-linked energy consortium to expand its business around the world. How do we know? Because of hundreds of emails documenting the deal found on Hunter Biden's laptop, left in a Delaware repair shop in April 2019.


Axie Infinity Finds Ready Players in Hyperinflation-Racked Venezuela Crypto News · Nov 23, 2021 by Coindesk

That also explains why Axie, a metaverse "play-to-earn," animated-pet-training video game inspired by Pokemon but fueled by cryptocurrency rewards, has surged in popularity over the past year in the South American country.



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Pigs caught on video using tools for the first time

Scientists knew swine were smart, but had never seen this skill

Nov 30, 2021 by Science.org
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The Mystery behind the 18 Giant Skeletons found in the USA

18 Strange Skeletons Found in Wisconsin Nine-foot Skeletons with Huge Heads and Strange Facial Features Shocked Scientists When They Were Uncovered 107 Year Ago Scientists are remaining stubbornly silent about a lost race of giants found in burial mounds near Lake Delavan, Wisconsin, in May 1912.

Nov 22, 2021 by Archaeology World Team
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A Better Way to Spot Deep-Faked Satellite Images

Computer-generated satellite "photos" can be very difficult for humans and other machine learning algorithms to detect, a growing concern of national security officials who fear that doctored images might find their way into troops' hands or be used to sway public opinion. But help may be on the way.

Nov 22, 2021 by Defense One
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Lessons of Hitler's Olympics loom over Beijing 2022

On the morning of August 14, 1936, two employees of the US National Broadcasting Company (NBC) met for breakfast at a café in Berlin. Max Jordan and Bill Slater were discussing the Olympic Games they were broadcasting back to the United States - and the Nazi propaganda machine that had made their work, and their visit to Germany, somewhat unpleasant.

Nov 22, 2021 by More by Michael J. Socolow
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Alien Art Drawn With Surprisingly Simple Math

Programmer [aemkei] Tweeted the formula (x ^ y) % 9 alongside code for more "alien art". But how can a formula as simple as (x ^ y) % 9 result in a complex design? The combination of Bitwise XOR (^) and Modulo (%) generate a repeating pattern that's still complex enough to satisfy the eye, and it's ok if that doesn't sound like an explanation.

Nov 22, 2021 by Michael Shaub
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DDR4 memory protections are broken wide open by new Rowhammer technique

Rowhammer exploits that allow unprivileged attackers to change or corrupt data stored in vulnerable memory chips are now possible on virtually all DDR4 modules due to a new approach that neuters defenses chip manufacturers added to make their wares more resistant to such attacks.

Nov 15, 2021 by Dan Goodin
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Scientists discover animal that doesn't need oxygen to live

In the time it takes you to read this article, you're likely to breathe a few dozen times. Some animals don't breathe as often, and they don't require nearly as much oxygen. The Loggerhead sea turtle, for example, can take one breath and stay underwater for about 10 hours.

Nov 14, 2021 by Big Think
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What is the Nuclear EMC effect? Scientists shed light on a physics-defying mystery

Nuclear science is many things: it's powerful, it's potentially dangerous, and it's ultimately still not totally understood by scientists - at least when it comes to its constituent parts. Controlling the splitting of atoms to fuel a nuclear reaction is old hat these days, but while scientists understand how these reactions take place what they don't understand completely is something much more fundamental: the behavior of protons and neutrons.

Nov 13, 2021 by Inverse
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Getting Started Flasking Orchids
Getting ready to flask an orchid seed pod for the first time? This blog post will give you some invaluable advice and a list of materials, along with a great recipe for orchid germination agar.
Sep 06, 2021 by Tectract
Botany & Horticulture Articles
Guide to the Git Underground
Normal usages cases for a collaborative Github team, from the perspective of developers working on feature branches and from that of project managers who are gatekeeping, testing, and merging stuff that will go live on a production server. We also examine some of the common pitfalls and traps you can get stuck in from not using Git properly, and what to do to get out of them gracefully.
Sep 06, 2021 by Tectract
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Top Ten Best Chess Books - Learn and Become a Master
Whether you are just starting out learning to play, or an old master brushing up for the next grandmaster competition, these wonderful chess books will inspire you and tell the amazing history of chess. See the game through the eyes of the greatest grandmasters of all time. Learn to think like a chess magician and amaze your friends with stunning sacrifice combinations and forced mating sequences! Come along and enjoy this ride through a uniquely human experience, and one day you could be the next World Champion!
Dec 13, 2019 by Tectract
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Battling the Human Trafficking Fight - Part 1

(“Evil People Will Push The Limits of Evil Deeds to Feed their Sick Addiction and Greed”)

Special thanks to GUEST AUTHOR Tim Easton, Owner of Castle Defense 360 IED Response & Active Shooter Instructor, Tactics Trainer, Physical Security & Anti-Terrorism Expert

May 12, 2020 by Special Guest Author - Tim Easton, Anti-Terrorism Expert
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Battling the Human Trafficking Fight - Part 2 The Social Media Danger

(“Evil People Will Push The Limits of Evil Deeds to Feed their Sick Addiction and Greed”)

Special thanks to GUEST AUTHOR Tim Easton, Owner of Castle Defense 360 IED Response & Active Shooter Instructor, Tactics Trainer, Physical Security & Anti-Terrorism Expert

May 12, 2020 by Special Guest Author - Tim Easton, Anti-Terrorism Expert
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Scientists 3D-Print Programmable Living Structures With New Microbial Ink

Our mastery of biology has improved dramatically in recent decades , but we are still largely restricted to n ature's repertoire of forms. That could be about to change with the creation of a living ink made out of microbes that can be printed into a variety of 3D shapes.

Nov 30, 2021 by Edd Gent
Science & Medicine News
As Jack Dorsey Steps Down as CEO, Full-Blown Calls for White Genocide on Twitter Yesterday

Yesterday was peak liberal insanity. I mean, there have been many events that could fall into that category for the past five years, but this one might be in a league of its own. It's so out there, you'd think it's a parody.

Nov 30, 2021 by Matt Vespa - Associated Press
Tech News
Migrants stuck at Polish border feel cheated by people smugglers

Syrian friends Anas Kanaan, 34, and Mouein al-Hadi, 36, were told by people smugglers that they would easily be able to get to Germany from Belarus. They just had to pay 3,000 euros ($3,390) each to an intermediary in Turkey.

Nov 28, 2021 by Reuters
World News
'More money than God': Chinese titan lavished Hunter Biden with 3-carat gem, offer of $30 million, now billionaire CCP chairman missing and company faces delisting

The Biden family offered their services to a huge, Chinese government-linked energy consortium to expand its business around the world. How do we know? Because of hundreds of emails documenting the deal found on Hunter Biden's laptop, left in a Delaware repair shop in April 2019.

Nov 28, 2021 by Xie Yu - New York Post
World News
Axie Infinity Finds Ready Players in Hyperinflation-Racked Venezuela

That also explains why Axie, a metaverse "play-to-earn," animated-pet-training video game inspired by Pokemon but fueled by cryptocurrency rewards, has surged in popularity over the past year in the South American country.

Nov 23, 2021 by Coindesk
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Pigs caught on video using tools for the first time

Scientists knew swine were smart, but had never seen this skill

Nov 30, 2021 by Science.org
Nature Blogs
The Mystery behind the 18 Giant Skeletons found in the USA

18 Strange Skeletons Found in Wisconsin Nine-foot Skeletons with Huge Heads and Strange Facial Features Shocked Scientists When They Were Uncovered 107 Year Ago Scientists are remaining stubbornly silent about a lost race of giants found in burial mounds near Lake Delavan, Wisconsin, in May 1912.

Nov 22, 2021 by Archaeology World Team
Science & Medicine Blogs
A Better Way to Spot Deep-Faked Satellite Images

Computer-generated satellite "photos" can be very difficult for humans and other machine learning algorithms to detect, a growing concern of national security officials who fear that doctored images might find their way into troops' hands or be used to sway public opinion. But help may be on the way.

Nov 22, 2021 by Defense One
Tech Blogs
Lessons of Hitler's Olympics loom over Beijing 2022

On the morning of August 14, 1936, two employees of the US National Broadcasting Company (NBC) met for breakfast at a café in Berlin. Max Jordan and Bill Slater were discussing the Olympic Games they were broadcasting back to the United States - and the Nazi propaganda machine that had made their work, and their visit to Germany, somewhat unpleasant.

Nov 22, 2021 by More by Michael J. Socolow
Politics Blogs
Alien Art Drawn With Surprisingly Simple Math

Programmer [aemkei] Tweeted the formula (x ^ y) % 9 alongside code for more "alien art". But how can a formula as simple as (x ^ y) % 9 result in a complex design? The combination of Bitwise XOR (^) and Modulo (%) generate a repeating pattern that's still complex enough to satisfy the eye, and it's ok if that doesn't sound like an explanation.

Nov 22, 2021 by Michael Shaub
Tech Blogs
DDR4 memory protections are broken wide open by new Rowhammer technique

Rowhammer exploits that allow unprivileged attackers to change or corrupt data stored in vulnerable memory chips are now possible on virtually all DDR4 modules due to a new approach that neuters defenses chip manufacturers added to make their wares more resistant to such attacks.

Nov 15, 2021 by Dan Goodin
Tech Blogs
Scientists discover animal that doesn't need oxygen to live

In the time it takes you to read this article, you're likely to breathe a few dozen times. Some animals don't breathe as often, and they don't require nearly as much oxygen. The Loggerhead sea turtle, for example, can take one breath and stay underwater for about 10 hours.

Nov 14, 2021 by Big Think
Science & Medicine Blogs
What is the Nuclear EMC effect? Scientists shed light on a physics-defying mystery

Nuclear science is many things: it's powerful, it's potentially dangerous, and it's ultimately still not totally understood by scientists - at least when it comes to its constituent parts. Controlling the splitting of atoms to fuel a nuclear reaction is old hat these days, but while scientists understand how these reactions take place what they don't understand completely is something much more fundamental: the behavior of protons and neutrons.

Nov 13, 2021 by Inverse
Science & Medicine Blogs







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