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This 1920s Interrogation Skeleton with Light Up Eyes was Invented to Record Confessions

This 1920s Interrogation Skeleton with Light Up Eyes was Invented to Record Confessions

What do you need to spread your privacy? Promise of retribution? Fear of losing your most precious belongings? Or, perhaps, a skeleton of glowing eyes? This second was a valid suggestion in a patent filed in August 1927 by Helen Adelaide Shelby of California to “revolutionize the interrogat.....

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Learn Sign Language with a Virtual Educational Experience

Learn Sign Language with a Virtual Educational Experience

Fun fact: As of 2019, about ten million people use American Sign Language (ASL) to communicate. We were reminded of the importance of ASL when the epidemic hit as the deaf and hearing-impaired community struggled to gain vital information. Whether you’re using it to communicate with a loved.....

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Give Your Cybersecurity Career a Boost with this CompTIA & Cisco Cybersecurity Training

Give Your Cybersecurity Career a Boost with this CompTIA & Cisco Cybersecurity Training

Looks like we hear about a major security breach these days on a weekly basis – and we’re the only ones who know hackers. From the MTA in New York to the Colon Colonial Pipeline Hack, we need to tighten our cyber security that we can trust. Whether you are already working in technolog.....

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Solar Panels within Shortest Distance look Contagious but Socio-economically Beneficial

Solar Panels within Shortest Distance look Contagious but Socio-economically Beneficial

Rooftop solar is rapidly expanding in the United States, with some estimates claiming that a new system is installed every four minutes. There are numerous reasons for this, ranging from falling prices to generous federal subsidies to novel leasing schemes. But there’s another, less-discuss.....

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An Innovative Hologram Technique to Capture the Unused Solar Energy

An Innovative Hologram Technique to Capture the Unused Solar Energy

Researchers recently devised a novel method for capturing the unused solar energy that illuminates a solar panel. They created special holograms that can be easily inserted into the solar panel package. This method can increase the amount of solar energy converted by a solar panel by about 5% ove.....

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A Highly Anticipated Report on UFOs is about to be Released

A Highly Anticipated Report on UFOs is about to be Released

The truth is there and very soon, the public can get a good taste of it. U.S. intelligence agencies are obliged to provide Congress with a report on “anonymous plane crashes” (the rest of us UAPOs, or UFOs) at any time. The much-anticipated report by Congress under the 2021 Intelligen.....

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500-Year-Old Human-Sized “Money” is Like the Original Bitcoin

500-Year-Old Human-Sized “Money” is Like the Original Bitcoin

Few of the world’s currency systems are more unique and attractive than the rye stone circles used on the tiny western Micronesian island of Yap. Carved from limestone slabs, donut stone circles measure up to 4 m (12 ft) in diameter, although they come in shapes from Orio to Cartwheel or Va.....

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Yet Another Company has Paid a Huge Bitcoin Ransom to Hackers

Yet Another Company has Paid a Huge Bitcoin Ransom to Hackers

In the wake of a recent cybertack that shut down many of its plants, billion-dollar meat processing company JBS has paid ransom 11 million in bitcoin to hackers. This frustration is another example of a monstrous corporation that demanded millions of dollars in ransom for cybersecurity. JBS, the .....

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This Week’s Global Internet Blackout was Caused by a Single Customer, Says Fastly

This Week’s Global Internet Blackout was Caused by a Single Customer, Says Fastly

The global internet crash that shut down most of the world’s visited websites on Tuesday was caused by a single customer, according to the infrastructure provider, according to the infrastructure provider. On June 7, at 3 a.m. BST (SST / EST PST), Internet users around the world were greete.....

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El Salvador to Use Volcano Power for Bitcoin Mining

El Salvador to Use Volcano Power for Bitcoin Mining

Earlier this week, the small Central American republic of El Salvador went down in history as the first country in the world to recognize Bitcoin as a legal tender. Now, in a move that is being heard directly from a Bond film, President Naib Buckley has announced a new innovative plan for new nat.....

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Cheap Lithium could be Extracted from Seawater Using this New Technique

Cheap Lithium could be Extracted from Seawater Using this New Technique

Lithium is a common element in modern life, helping to power many of our devices, but for many reasons that encourage capitalism, this valuable resource is expected to deplete in the next more than 60 years. A solution could come from the sea, where the amount of lithium is 5,000 times higher. Se.....

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3D-Printed Human Tissue Wins Impressive NASA Challenge

3D-Printed Human Tissue Wins Impressive NASA Challenge

We are probably decades away from being able to create organs in the lab from scratch. One major obstacle is that what we can produce is vascularization – not in the blood vessels – we enter the naturally growing organs. Other than that, you can’t feed the houses if you actually thi.....

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