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Electrical current forging a path through the voltage gradient. 
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Can we please agree what we mean by “Big Bang”?
Donald Duck Belly Inflation. By FumuLover Can you answer the following question? At the Big Bang the observable universe had the size of: A) A point (no size). B) A grapefruit. C) 168 meters. The right answer would be “all of the above.” And that’s not beca...
Donald Duck Belly Inflation. By FumuLover Can you answer the following question? At the Big Bang the observable universe had the size of: A) A point (no size). B) A grapefruit. C) 168 meters. The right answer would be “all o...
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Why the LHC is such a disappointment: A delusion by name “naturalness”
Naturalness, according to physicists. Before the LHC turned on, theoretical physicists had high hopes the collisions would reveal new physics besides the Higgs. The chances of that happening get smaller by the day. The possibility still exists, but the abse...
Naturalness, according to physicists. Before the LHC turned on, theoretical physicists had high hopes the collisions would reveal new physics besides the Higgs. The chances of that happening get smaller by the day. The possib...
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Dear Dr B: Why not string theory?
[I got this question in reply to my last week’s book review of Why String Theory? by Joseph Conlon .] Dear Marco: Because we might be wasting time and money and, ultimately, risk that progress stalls entirely. In contrast to many of my colleagues I do not t...
[I got this question in reply to my last week’s book review of Why String Theory? by Joseph Conlon.] Dear Marco: Because we might be wasting time and money and, ultimately, risk that progress stalls entirely. In contrast to ...
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"The idea that science demystifies the world, I just don't understand that. I feel that the deeper down the scientific rabbit hole I go, the bigger and grander and more magical the world seems." -- Stanford Gibson
As powerful as mathematical modeling can be, some things are most economical to study with analog models. These analog models still involve some math modeling.
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Are you your body? And if so, how exactly does this work? Great Creative Animation @Kurz_Gesagt- Fantastic to explore lots of confusing questions. #lifescience   #scieneceanimation  
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Title: A Friendly Introduction to the Riemann Hypothesis

A funny yet very well written introduction to Riemann Hypothesis. You will have fun reading it ;)

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Source: http://webs.wofford.edu/wrighttj/job/
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#internet #privacy
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The first casualty of centralization has been privacy. And since privacy is essential to liberty, the future will be less free.

This is the Golden Age of Surveillance. Today, technology is generating more information about us than ever before, and will increasingly do so, making a map of everything we do, changing the balance of power between us, businesses, and governments. The government has built the technological infrastructure and the legal support for mass surveillance, almost entirely in secret.

Here's a quiz. What do emails, buddy lists, drive back-ups, social networking posts, web browsing history, your medical data, your bank records, your face print, your voice print, your driving patterns and your DNA have in common?

Answer: The US Department of Justice (DOJ) doesn't think any of these things are private. Because the data is technically accessible to service providers or visible in public, it should be freely accessible to investigators and spies....

The physical design and the business models that fund the communications networks we use have changed in ways that facilitate rather than defeat censorship and control.
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Blackhat’s keynote speaker says it’s up to us to make sure the Net is our liberator, not our oppressor
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Here is my semi-long promised post on the theory of Linear Optimization or Linear Programming. About three thousand words under the cut, but there are pictures and I think it’s readable. Please ask if...
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This interactive map shows the movements of the world's commercial shipping fleet in 2012 based on hundreds of millions of individually-recorded positions. Looking at routes alone, the boundaries between land and sea are clearly visible along much of the planet's coastlines. The sheer volume of cargo traffic conveyed across the oceans of the world is mind-boggling.

#Shipping #Global #Economy #Ships #Ocean #Cargo #Tankers #Ship #Bulk #Materials #Container
An incredible visualisation of global shipping traffic, created by Kiln and the UCL Energy Institute.
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