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For today's special edition, I decided to select some Latin sayings about liberty, along with some cats who know the value of being free, not slaves. Libertas optima rerum. Freedom is the best thing. Sine ...
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The Internet Is Officially Too Big as IP Addresses Run Out
The Internet as we know it has officially gotten too big for its britches after the group that assigns addresses in North America ran out of numbers.
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Clever use of MS as a proxy site...
The companies say the TechNet website was being used as part of a Chinese hacking group's malware campaigns.
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Available on Google Play before theaters.<p>Featuring the voices of Martin Sheen and Amy Grant, comes the untold story of Noah’s Ark. Get ready for an epic adventure with Nest...
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Your body is a home to more than you...
 
The human microbiome is a community of bacteria that lives in our body. They have been found to play a key role in the functioning of our bodily functions. The variation within the microbiome plays a deterministic role in areas such as our immune response and also obesity. 

Researchers use 'germ-free' mice to identify the link between bacteria and the biological functioning of the mice. These mice are delivered by cesarean section and raised in sterile plastic bubbles and can only exist in labs. They have shrunken hearts and lungs and also abnormalities in their intestine. 

The increasing use of antibiotics have been linked to a rise of obesity and also allergies. Apart from that, the microbiome also varies across geographical locations and cultures.

The interdependence between the human body and the bacteria within us, and the interdependence between the bacteria and our environment and diet has led me to think is it ever possible for humans to live in a non-earth planet (such as Mars)? 

Sources and more reading:

The Peacekeepers, by Moises Velasquez-Manoff. Scientific American, March 2015

Human gut microbiome viewed across age and geography
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3376388/

Modern Medicine May Not Be Doing Your Microbiome Any Favors
http://www.npr.org/2014/04/14/302899093/modern-medicine-may-not-be-doing-your-microbiome-any-favors

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http://allergiesandyourgut.com/2015/04/09/how-the-gut-microbiome-influences-the-brain-and-vice-versa/
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Hacker implants NFC chip in his hand to bypass security scans and exploit Android phones
Going by hacker stereotypes, it’d be pretty easy to physically identify anyone committing an act of digital crime. A combination of pallid skin, hoody and laptop is the biggest giveaway. Such hackneyed images of hackers are, of course, evidently wrong, bordering on offensive. Real hackers penetrating business networks have the common sense to avoid cliched clothing and try to conceal their tools. For those who can bear the pain, biohacking, where computing devices are injected under the skin, provides a novel way to acquire real stealth to sneak through both physical and digital scans.  That’s why US navy petty officer Seth Wahle, now an engineer at APA Wireless, implanted a chip in his hand, in between the thumb and the finger – the purlicue apparently – of his left hand.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2015/04/27/implant-android-attack/
Hackers who want real stealth might want to hack their own body first. An ex-military security specialist tells FORBES an NFC chip in his hand would be a useful tool in any digital criminal's arsenal, showing off an exploit attacking an Android phone. Is evil biohacking about to go mainstream?
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