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Matt Bird
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It Is All Science!
It Is All Science!

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A Christmas Trip
Merry Christmas, Blog Readers! I know I haven't posted here in a while, but I thought I'd share with you a little Christmas story I wrote. I've not had time to edit it, so it's probably riddled with mistakes, but I hope you enjoy it, nonetheless. It's inspi...

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Fantastic!

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A month into university, I've had a lot of firsts. Share, +1, and comment.

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One Month
Greetings blog readers! On the 22nd of September 2013 we all arrived at the University of Nottingham. Now, just over a month later, most of us have settled in to university life and are starting to get more work. A lot has happened in a month, and I doubt t...

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Say Hello!
Greetings blog readers! This week, I want to share a simple piece of advice to quiet, shy, and/or introverted people. Before I do, however, I should clarify that being introverted is not a negative thing. Similarly, being an extrovert is not necessarily the...

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                              You still think 4G #LTE or #USB3 are fast?

#DidYouKnow that: "A single sperm has 37.5MB of DNA information in it That means a normal ejaculation represents a data transfer of around 1,587TB."

So! to all of you #Nerds if your kids ask you how they were born just tell them:

- "Well baby after daddy uploads his own file to mommy's HDD she decompresses and uses a special compiler to code the data."

and if the kid is clever enough to ask why didn't she accept all the candidates, tell him that:

- "it's because mommy has a firewall installed with an #IDS & #IPS mechanism to prevent #DoS or #DDoS attacks plus the other port always give the error message 'invalid device is attached', the problem might also come from the fact that the destination might not have enough space too."

#Conclusion : With that power i can shutdown all the data-centers in this planet in less than 12 hours!

#ScienceOnGooglePlus #ScienceEveryDay #Fact #NatureFact
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