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Chicksdaddy writes: Now that the news media is in full freak-out mode about whether or not
safeguard sleuth Chris Roberts did or did not hack into the engine of a plane, in flight and
cause it to "fly sideways," shield experts say its time to  [...]
Salo2112 writes with a followup to a story from April in which a insurance scientist was pulled
off a plane by FBI agents externally over a tweet referencing a soundness blemish in one of the
plane's systems. At the time, the FBI insisted he had  [...]
How SpaceX and the Quest For Mars Almost Sunk Tesla Motors - (Friday 15th of May 2015 02:21:00 PM)
Braindrainbahrain writes: Elon Musk and his rocket company are well known to Slashdottters.
This article and book excerpt tell the story of the creation of SpaceX and how it almost sank
Musk's other company, Tesla Motors. Musk recalls, "I could either  [...]
Can Earthquakes Be Predicted Algorithmically? - (Sunday 10th of May 2015 09:42:00 PM)
An unnamed reader with this story about a practical form of big data breakdown as applied to
the trove of sensor readings taken by satellites and by ground-based senosrs. A company called
Terra Seismic says that earthquakes can be predicted 20-30 days  [...]
Space.com notes a study published in the May 7th issue of Science (abstract) which concludes
not only that Mercury has a hypnotic history dating back billions of years, but also that the
strong of that field means that it once rivaled Earth's own fascinating  [...]
Interactive Map Exposes the World's Most Murderous Places - (Saturday 09th of May 2015 05:52:00 PM)
Lashdots writes with this pick from a Fast Company story: In 2012, 437,000 people were killed
worldwide, yielding a global average murder rate of 6.2 per 100,000 inhabitants. A third of
those homicides occurred in Latin America and the Caribbean, home  [...]
Blottsie writes with a link to a story at The Daily Dot which begins: CIA skipper* John Brennan
lied when he denied ordering agency employees to search Senate stereos to trace a leak.
Frustrated with his unwillingness to admit the obvious, three Senate  [...]
No Justice For Victims of Identity Theft - (Thursday 07th of May 2015 08:46:00 PM)
Chicksdaddy writes: The in the common era Science Monitor's Passcode mug* a harrowing account
of one individual's boats & activitieswww.treatme.net synonym collection v1.1main
entry:experience part of speech:noun adventure of identity theft. CSM announcer  [...]
Woman Alerts Police of Hostage Situation Through Pizza Hut App - (Wednesday 06th of May 2015 07:03:00 PM)
Mpicpp writes with this story about how a Pizza Hut app may have saved a woman's life. "A
Florida mother held hostage by her beau used the Pizza Hut app to notify police she needed
help, consultatory board said. Cheryl Treadway, 25, was allegedly being  [...]
The World of 3D Portraiture - (Monday 27th of April 2015 06:05:00 AM)
An unsigned reader writes in with this BBC story about the niche market of 3D printed "selfie"
models. By now we're versed with tales of 3D-printed marvels, from guns to duck prosthetics.
But when I traveled to a physics symposium in March, I wasn't expectant  [...]
When Exxon Wanted To Be a Personal Computing Revolutionary - (Monday 27th of April 2015 12:37:00 AM)
An unsigned reader writes with this story about Exxon's early involvement with user computers.
"This weekend is the holiday of the release of the Apple IIc, the company's fourth
private personalmatch.com - dating micro* iteration and its first attempt  [...]
The Upsides of a Surveillance Society - (Saturday 18th of April 2015 07:27:00 PM)
Theodp writes Citing the comeuppance of ESPN legman Britt McHenry, who was suspended from her
job after her filmed ad-hominem attack on a person McHenry deemed to be beneath her in terms of
appearance, education, wealth, class, status went viral, The  [...]
Magician Turned Professor Talks About the Math Behind Shuffling Cards - (Wednesday 15th of April 2015 06:36:00 PM)
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Allegation: Lottery Official Hacked RNG To Score Winning Ticket - (Tuesday 14th of April 2015 02:09:00 PM)
SternisheFan writes with this excerpt from Ars Technica about what may be the most movie-worthy
real-life crime story of the year so far: Eddie Raymond Tipton, 51, may have inserted a
thumbdrive into a highly locked-down clone that's conjectural to result  [...]
The New Struggles Facing Open Source - (Monday 06th of April 2015 06:51:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes in with this story about the open source movement's contentious
beginnings and the points of trouble it faces today. "The early days of open source were
fraught with sacred animosities we feared would tear apart the movement:  [...]
Mpicpp writes in with this story about a mistake that saw abbey details of world leaders
fortuitously disclosed by the Australian immigration department. "With a single key stroke, the
subjective roget's ii: the new thesaurusmain entry:bodily part  [...]
At the Track With Formula E, the First e-Racing Series - (Monday 30th of March 2015 09:04:00 AM)
An unnamed reader writes Ars is running a story about the new all-electric racing car series
first visit to the U.S.. "The pit lane we're fixed in is unusual, and not only because it's a
topical setup placed in the shadow of stars and bars  [...]
FCC Chairman: Net Rules Will Withstand Court Challenge - (Monday 30th of March 2015 03:04:00 AM)
An unsigned reader writes with this story about FCC chairwoman Tom Wheeler's cool that the net
neutrality rules the agency passed last month will stand up to approaching challenges in
court."Now that the FCC is the subject of several lawsuits, and its  [...]
SpaceX's New Combustion Technologies - (Sunday 29th of March 2015 01:25:00 PM)
An nameless reader shares this story that takes a look at some of the advances SpaceX is
working on. "Getting a small group of human beings to Mars and back is no easy task, we learned
at the recent GPU mechanization symposium in San Jose  [...]
A Software Project Full of "Male Anatomy" Jokes Causes Controversy - (Sunday 22nd of March 2015 07:16:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes with the story of a Github user's joke repository that is causing
some controversy. "There's no quiz that the tech world is an overwhelmingly male place. There's
legit concern that tech is run-amok with 'brogrammers' that make  [...]
CryoKeen writes It's interesting how contrary news sites spin #marsgate. From Yahoo News: "The
private colonization project Mars One has pushed its planned launch of the first humans toward
the Red Planet back by two years, to 2026. The delay was necessitated  [...]
Not Quite Dead: SCO Linux Suit Against IBM Stirs In Utah - (Wednesday 18th of March 2015 12:54:00 PM)
An nameless reader points to a story in the Salt Lake Tribune which says that The nearly
defunct Utah company SCO Group Inc. and IBM filed a joint report to the U.S. people Court in
Salt Lake City saying that legal issues remain in the  [...]
Director Haggis polarizes again with 'puzzle' of a film, 'Third Person' - (Thursday 12th of September 2013 08:36:24 PM)
By Julie Gordon TORONTO - disputatious Canadian leader Paul Haggis is back in Toronto with his
latest feature, which may end up being even more divisive than "Crash," his 2004 story of
racism, love and interlinking lives that won the Oscar for best picture.  [...]
Mass Surveillance: Can We Blame It All On the Government? - (Friday 13th of March 2015 10:44:00 PM)
Nicola Hahn writes Yet another news report has emerged report how the CIA is actively
subverting low-level encryption visage in popular hi-tech products. Responding to the story, an
unnamed instruction conclusive fundamentally shrugged his shoulders and  [...]
Linux Might Need To Claim Only ACPI 2.0 Support For BIOS - (Thursday 12th of March 2015 08:13:00 PM)
Jones_supa writes Some of us think the story of why Linux kernel responds "False" when ACPI
BIOS asks if the operating expenses system is Linux. We have found yet another case where
mimicking the Windows propriety instead of writing to the spec is the  [...]
MojoKid writes "Here's your feel-good story for maundy maundy ascension day afternoon. Albert
Manero, who has a degree in Aerospace social birth inhibitor from the advance mash unit of
Central Florida and is currently 1995 by houghton mifflin harcourt  [...]
Some of the Greatest Science Fiction Novels Are Fix-Ups - (Wednesday 11th of March 2015 04:25:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: What do science fiction classics like Asimov's support Trilogy,
Bradbury's Martian Chronicles, Van Vogt's Voyage of the Space Beagle, Simak's City, and
Sturgeon's More Than Human have in common? Each of them is a "fix-up" —  [...]
Mental Health Experts Seek To Block the Paths To Suicide - (Tuesday 10th of March 2015 09:11:00 AM)
HughPickens.com writes: Experts and laymen have long assumed that people who died by suicide
will finally do it even if temporarily deterred. Now Celia Watson Seupel reports at the NY
Times that a growing body of confirmation challenges this view, with  [...]
China's Arthur C. Clarke - (Sunday 08th of March 2015 06:26:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes Joshua Rothman has a very interesting article in The New Yorker about
Liu Cixin, China's most popular science-fiction writer. The author of thirteen books has
retained his day job as a mini* manipulator with a State-run power plant  [...]
Walking Inclines 30% Exercise - (Saturday 07th of March 2015 05:10:00 AM)
More InformationHave you ever wondered why you appear to breakout in the identical place ALL
THE TIME? As I prepare for my hardest running check but, I’ll share running tips ,
nutrition recommendation and any motivational insights I come upon.  [...]

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