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It is alive but empty, with a cavernous fluid-filled space where the brain should be. A thin layer of brain tissue lines that cavity like an amniotic sac. The image hails from a 1980 review article in Science: Roger Lewin, the author, reports that the patient in question had “virtually no brain”. But that’s not what scared me; hydrocephalus is nothing new, and it takes more to creep out this ex-biologist than a picture of Ventricles Gone Wild.
What scared me was the fact that this virtually brain-free patient had an IQ of 126."
...goes on to talk among other things about a paper titled "Is your brain really necessary?" (Yes. Yes it is. To an extent.)
Which side is to blame here and is there anything I can do about it? The powered hub at least should have ability to hand out 2A...
Handshake looks like this in syslog:
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds kernel: [7266207.928686] usb 1-1.1: new high-speed USB device number 32 using xhci_hcd
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds kernel: [7266208.021942] usb 1-1.1: New USB device found, idVendor=04e8, idProduct=6865
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds kernel: [7266208.021948] usb 1-1.1: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds kernel: [7266208.021951] usb 1-1.1: Product: SAMSUNG_Android
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds kernel: [7266208.021953] usb 1-1.1: Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds kernel: [7266208.021955] usb 1-1.1: SerialNumber: 5ca71378
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds mtp-probe: checking bus 1, device 32: "/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1c.3/0000:03:00.0/usb1/1-1/1-1.1"
Jul 28 15:22:32 zds mtp-probe: bus: 1, device: 32 was not an MTP device
This is rather futuristic: "The recall doesn’t actually require Chrysler owners to bring their cars, trucks and SUVs to a dealer. Instead, they’ll be sent a USB drive with a software update they can install through the port on their vehicle’s dashboard."
So, your car has a bug that allows anyone with Internet connection take control over the engine and brakes.. and manufacturer ships you the fix on USB drive.
It's almost as if the person in question was a bot that posts that message every time anything saying "vaccine" is posted to FB.
Considering that malaria spreads via mosquito bites that's the only explanation I can come up with. Heck, the mosquito is even pictured on top of the link!
After years of daily use, my old Deuter bag was starting to show its age, many buckles missing and generally being a bit worn but the final nail was running out of space - I had to carry an additional bag to get all the sports equipment fit.
This one also has PALS/MOLLE web so I can carry durable things like helmet, shoes or ropes externally in addition to being able to add new pockets to it.
"By refusing to release a safer technology to the public until it is “perfect,” these parties are telling us that they don’t want to be responsible for having made the decision to kill one person, because the decision to let five die is an outcome society has already learned to accept without judgment."
Besides it's a complex system, there is no way it can ever be perfect.
basically as a society we need to agree on a high-level "moral" specification on how the robots choose the least harm to society when harm cannot be avoided and if anyone wants to sue for the manufacturer for wrongful death they must first prove that either: 1. the car was not following the established specification. 2. harm should have been avoidable but due to criminal levels of negligence in sw/hw of the car it was not.
If harm was unavoidable because the car was not properly maintained by the owner then sue the owner (but of course the manufacturer has so much deeper pockets... this problem is caused by the way their "justice" system is run)
Yeah, it sucks for you if the algorithm decide that you're the one losing the "least harm to society" -lottery but such is life. Healthy people with healthy lifestyles die of sudden strokes all the time too.
Immediately my accelerator stopped working. As I frantically pressed the pedal and watched the RPMs climb, the Jeep lost half its speed, then slowed to a crawl. This occurred just as I reached a long overpass, with no shoulder to offer an escape. The experiment had ceased to be fun."
"[T]he attack on the entertainment system seems to work on any Chrysler vehicle with Uconnect from late 2013, all of 2014, and early 2015"
A zero-day vulnerability that allows an attacker anywhere with an Internet connection control pretty much everything in the car, including braking and gas pedal and to some extend steering.
And what Chrysler, the manufacturer, is doing is trying to silence the hackers, not halt the fleet until the fix is deployed.
Get root on an OS X 10.10 Mac: The exploit is so trivial it fits in a tweet
If you want it fixed, upgrade to the El Capitan beta
Rideables Are So Hot Right Now. We Put Them to the Test
I was driving 70 mph on the edge of downtown St. Louis when the exploit began to take hold.
Boeing 787 software bug can shut down planes' generators IN FLIGHT
Have you turned it off and on again? That's the way to stop the plane becoming a brick
Nazis and KKK held a pro Confederate flag rally in SC because it’s all a...
A few dozen people associated with North Carolina's Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan piled into their Klown Kars and made the trip to
Underwater graveyard full of WWII planes is otherworldly
For 70 years, WWII planes have been resting in peace at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
Scientists discover seaweed that tastes like bacon but is better for you...
In a week that's been jam-packed with incredible science news ( New Horizons ! New class of particles discovered at CERN !) this might just
Photographer Guillaume Amat Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural L...
For Guillaume Amat's "Open Fields" project he placed a mirrored stand in various landscapes, reflecting the opposing environment back within
Doing Something About the ‘Impossible Problem’ of Abuse in Online Games ...
We need to acknowledge that online harassment and toxicity is not an impossible problem, and that it is a problem worth spending time on.
Greece's gorgeous street art shows anger about bailouts
In bright color and striking drawings, street art demonstrates the difficulties facing the Greek people.
Photos Arranged Side-by-Side to Create Clever Scenes
Upon first glance, the images in art director Stephen McMennamy's #combophoto project may look like surreal photo-manipulations created usin