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Time for some smurf tears!!
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Not knowing something is not an excuse anymore!
Wanna learn something.. There you go! 
“Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.” ― Isaac Asimov
http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
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Urgent Help needed!!
I've unrooted HTC M8 whose screen stop responding yesterday. I need to take backup of my photos before I can send it for replacement. When I tried to connect it via USB I can only see my device, not the drives(i.e. SD Card). Also, when I'm connecting it using ADB, I'm getting error device unauthorized. I can't get into ADB shell when I'm in recovery mode. Please tell me if there's any way I can retrieve data. Thanks in advance!

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Looks nice...trying it...
No Android app for it is a major disappointment though..

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One more reason to not plug unknown thumb drive in your system!!

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"Give hackers an unencrypted hint or two, and they have a way of figuring out your secrets."

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"The biggest thing you should learn from all this? That “the Big Bang” represents where everything we see in the Universe comes from, but it is not the very beginning of the Universe anymore. We can go back before this explanation is any good, to an inflationary Universe, and we have good reasons to argue over and debate the finer points of what, exactly, that means for the ultimate origin of everything we know."
"When you think about how the Universe got its start, from a scientific point of view, there’s one theory that explains what we see above all others: the Big Bang. But not everyone agrees on what “the Big Bang” actually means. In particular, there’s some news going around that perhaps there was no Big Bang, after all. Is this legitimate? And if it is, what does it mean, exactly?"

Sure, the Big Bang never happened, and a quantum equation proves it. If, that is, you're willing to use a definition of the Big Bang that's decades out of date. It really, really happened.

Here's what we know, and how we know it. Cut through the confusion, and don't be fooled by bad science writing -- or charlatans looking for attention -- ever again!

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Well.. This changes everything! 
The universe may have existed forever, according to a new model that applies quantum correction terms to complement Einstein's theory of general relativity. The model may also account for dark matter and dark energy, resolving multiple problems at once.

#science   #physics  

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here's how you can help to protect a #freeandopeninternet  

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Ah ha!
So that's the answer!!
Fun Fibonacci Puzzle

The key to this "Missing Square Puzzle" is that neither of the 13×5 "triangles" is truly a triangle, because what appears to be the hypotenuse is bent.

In other words, the "hypotenuse" does not maintain a consistent slope, even though it may appear that way to the human eye. Overlaying the hypotenuses from both figures results in a very thin parallelogram, which then gets folded up to demonstrate that it has an area of exactly one grid square, which accounts of the "missing" area.

According to Martin Gardner, this particular puzzle was invented by a New York City amateur magician, Paul Curry, in 1953. However, the principle of a dissection paradox has been known since the start of the 16th century. The integer dimensions of the parts of the puzzle (2, 3, 5, 8, 13) are successive Fibonacci numbers, and leads to the exact unit area in the thin parallelogram. Many other geometric dissection puzzles are based on a few simple properties of the Fibonacci sequence.

The missing square puzzle is an optical illusion often used in mathematics classes to help students reason about geometrical figures, or rather to teach them to not reason by making assumptions from using figures, but only using the textual description and math principles to deduce the answer. 

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missing_square_puzzle

#math   #geometry   #geekhumor  
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