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A word about Spicer's "press conference" and the future of the press under the Trump regime.
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It’s what we’ve all been weighting for: CERN Courier: "The Gravity Issue".

It is out now http://cern.ch/go/BD8j (PDF http://cern.ch/go/W66s )
GREAT reading!

#Physics #CERN #Gravity 
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vulscan nmap plugin http://goo.gl/Kgugkt
nMap Vulnerability Scanner: Vulscan is a module which enhances nmap to a vulnerability scanner. Detection of services to determine potential flaws
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Cracking The 12+ Character Password Barrier, Literally 12 Characters? Are you serious?! What do I mean by cracking 12 characters passwords and above? I'm simply stating that with modern hardware, like the "budget" cracking rig, we can almost exhaustively search the highest probability keyspace...
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Researchers from Japan's National Institute of Informatics (NII) announced yesterday they have successfully extracted usable fingerprints from photos of exposed fingers taken up to three meters away.
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Langsam kommen Handschuhe wieder in Mode 
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Jetzt verstehen wir endlich, wie es dazu kam, dass die Wahrnehmungen von Presse und Regierung so stark divergieren konnten: Man hat einfach nicht genau genug hingesehen! Jetzt, wo es endlich aufgeklärt wurde, kann man sich ja wieder den wichtigen Dingen des Lebens widmen: Dem Penis. Äh, ne, halt. Der Politik. Ne. Penis war schon richtig.
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#lavabit is back. With a new approach to secure email. #DIME #MAGMA lnkd.in/g73yG57
January 20th, 2017. Fellow Citizens & Lavabit Users,. Today is Inauguration Day in the United States, the day we enact one of our most sacred democratic traditions, the peaceful transition of power. Regardless of one's political disposition, today we acknowledge our shared values of Freedom, Justice, ...
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Neural nets designing neural nets

"Neural networks are powerful and flexible models that work well for many difficult learning tasks in image, speech and natural language understanding. Despite their success, neural networks are still hard to design. In this paper, we use a recurrent network to generate the model descriptions of neural networks and train this RNN with reinforcement learning to maximize the expected accuracy of the generated architectures on a validation set. On the CIFAR-10 dataset, our method, starting from scratch, can design a novel network architecture that rivals the best human-invented architecture in terms of test set accuracy. Our CIFAR-10 model achieves a test error rate of 3.84, which is only 0.1 percent worse and 1.2x faster than the current state-of-the-art model. On the Penn Treebank dataset, our model can compose a novel recurrent cell that outperforms the widely-used LSTM cell, and other state-of-the-art baselines. Our cell achieves a test set perplexity of 62.4 on the Penn Treebank, which is 3.6 perplexity better than the previous state-of-the-art."

https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.01578
Abstract: Neural networks are powerful and flexible models that work well for many difficult learning tasks in image, speech and natural language understanding. Despite their success, neural networks are still hard to design. In this paper, we use a recurrent network to generate the model descriptions of ...
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Turtles, I tell you, turtles.
All the way down... 
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Some new math gets at how we innovate - try this thought experiment of picking marbles out of ‘Polya’s Urn’ https://goo.gl/FyANsE


The work could lead to a new approach to the study of what is possible, and how it follows from what already exists.
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Blackhole Routing for RF Applications... they call it "null steering"
 
‪Saw announcement for Israeli GPS anti-jammer. First thought, BS. Turns out, "null-steering" may work with receiver arrays.

http://goo.gl/ymRmAB

Jerusalem Post article on GPS anti-jammer: http://goo.gl/aSM5i4
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The most recent data available show that mineral uranium accounts now for about 80% of the demand. The gap is filled by uranium recovered from the stockpiles of the military industry and from the dismantling of old nuclear warheads. This turning of swords into plows is surely a good idea, but old nuclear weapons and military stocks are a finite resource and cannot be seen as a definitive solution to the problem of insufficient supply.
Alice Friedmann recently posted on her blog "Energy Skeptic" a summary of the discussion on nuclear energy from my book "Extracted" (Chelsea Green, 2014). It is a well-done summary that I am reproducing here. Note that the te...
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If you ask me, solar is the way to go. Research should go into more efficient panels and batteries. Maybe a new panel that uses other than visible light of the sun. Residential and Commercial residual power may be just what is needed to supplement Industrial shortages. Am I crazy?
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Physicists detect exotic looped trajectories of light in three-slit experiment
Physicists have performed a variation of the famous 200-year-old double-slit experiment that, for the first time, involves "exotic looped trajectories" of photons. These photons travel forward through one slit, then loop around and travel back through another slit, and then sometimes loop around again and travel forward through a third slit.

Interestingly, the contribution of these looped trajectories to the overall interference pattern leads to an apparent deviation from the usual form of the superposition principle. This apparent deviation can be understood as an incorrect application of the superposition principle—once the additional interference between looped and straight trajectories is accounted for, the superposition can be correctly applied.

The team of physicists, led by Omar S. Magaña-Loaiza and Israel De Leon, has published a paper on the new experiment in a recent issue of Nature Communications.

Paper:
http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms13987

Story via Phys.org:
https://phys.org/news/2017-01-physicists-exotic-looped-trajectories-three-slit.html#jCp

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The red path shows an exotic looped trajectory of light through a three-slit structure, which was observed for the first time in the new study.
Credit: Magaña-Loaiza et al. Nature Communications

#physics   #science   #light   #superpositionprinciple   #research  
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+1 to the pilot wave theory.
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Absolut köstlich, die beste Pizza seit langer Zeit. Super freundliche Bedienung. Lokal ist nicht die typisch Pizzeria, sondern eine etwas ältere Kneipe, leider ein Raucher Lokal, bei uns allerdings kein Problem, war gut durchlüftet.
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