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Tiny Blobs and Tunnels in Meteorite Revive Debate Over Life on Mars
Tue Feb 25, 2014
In reply to: jock59801 #4.1 Water (in the form of water vapor or ice) may be everywhere, but life-friendly temperatures and sufficient atmospheric pressure necessary to support large bodies of LIQUID water on the surface of a planet are NOT. In reply to: Lucas Vigor #4.2 It could also be incredibly …
NASA eyes comet that will buzz Mars this year
Fri Jan 31, 2014
In reply to: Detroit-Storm #1 No, for at least 3 reasons - 1) Compared to the size of Mars, the amount of dust from the flyby of a single small comet would be very tiny, and the amount of organics contained within those dust grains teeny tiny - hardly enough to change the chemistry of an entire plan …
FBI to retailers: Expect more credit card breaches
Thu Jan 23, 2014
From the article - "on POS systems running Windows software" The Target POS systems were also reportedly based on Windows XP Embedded. softdude is correct. "While the data is encrypted during the process, RAM scrapers extract the information while it is IN THE COMPUTER'S LIVE MEMORY, where it very b …
Welcome to Wyoming: How China's Great Firewall could have sent Web traffic across the globe
Wed Jan 22, 2014
The odds against all this traffic "accidentally" being re-directed to such a suspicious destination defies common sense. It would appear that one of China's main Internet gateways got hacked. This would also be a great way to infect a MASSIVE # of Chinese user's PC's, smartphones, etc. with malware. …
Is there life on Ceres? Dwarf planet spews water vapor into space
Wed Jan 22, 2014
This study was conducted by the European Space Agency, using their OWN Space Telescope. So I don't know what they are ranting about funding for, unless John or warthog are admitting they are actually citizens of an EU member state and not Americans! So John, given the "polite" way that you exp …
Scientists create anti-atom beam — but use it for good, not evil
Mon Jan 20, 2014
It IS the ultimate compact fuel source for long-distance space travel. I seem to recall reading an old sci-fi novel years back, where they had a robotic antimatter generating plant located on the surface of Mercury, converting the intense solar radiation there into antimatter for use as fuel for spa …
Genes suggest dogs descended from a now-extinct breed of wolf
Thu Jan 16, 2014
In reply to: bibol #9.2 Stop trolling, that's not what he said. He said that SELECTIVE BREEDING has been around for thousands of years.
Liftoff! SpaceShipTwo celebrates the new year with test flight
Fri Jan 10, 2014
In reply to: joshuabats #2.8, BobK4011 #2.1, BobK4011 #2.13 joshuabats, your post #2.8 is utter nonsense. The technology for both the carrier craft and the actual spacecraft were developed by Burt Rutan, founder of Scaled Composites, a US-based company. It is based on the ori …
Non-genetically tweaked Cheerios more marketing boon than health boost
Fri Jan 3, 2014
Holly is right, Michael Blinterr is wrong. "To a non-scientist, it can look completely different." To a scientist with experience in plant breeding, it actually IS completely different!
Russian spacewalkers install cameras to watch Earth from orbit
Fri Dec 27, 2013
The anti-science 'nutters here never miss a chance to complain about wasted tax dollars, even when it's not YOUR tax $'s involved! This was on a Russian paid-for, Russian-manufactured, Russian-launched on a Russian Rocket, Russian module on the ISS. It's THEIR module, as long as they aren't do …
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