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Adobe Warns: New Exploit Poisons PDFs, Dangerous - Security researchers have discovered a new PDF (portable document format) exploit in Adobe Reader and Acrobat they think could allow a hacker to remotely take over a system. In fact, the threat is so serious at least one expert has called the vulnera...
  BP Oil Disaster - What was once known as the BP oil spill is now the BP oil disaster. BP's live video stream of oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico is simultaneously tragic and hypnotic. With each passing second, more gallons of crude oil and natural gas escape into t...
Cut to the Chase: Frixo - Whether it's a film or real life, I like to 'cut to the chase.' I like to get where I'm going, like, now. I don't have time for traffic congestion. So I'm always looking for ways to avoid the crush. Now, I've flown over the southern tip of the U.K., ...
Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory - In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory. She downlinked this video on November 18, 2012, just hours before she, cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, and Fl...
FoxNews.com: Climate Change Group Apologizes for Violent Video - FoxNews.com: Climate Change Group Apologizes for Violent Video. In Climate Change Group Apologizes for Violent Video, FoxNews.com reports on a video ad produced by British clean energy group 10:10. The video, entitled No Pressure, features exploding...
  FoxNews.com: Clouds Can Communicate, Scientists Say - August 13, 2010 - FoxNews.com reports that "a new study has found that clouds 'communicate' with each other, much like chirping crickets or flashing fireflies on a summer night." (http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/08/13/clouds-communicate-scientist...
Go with the Flow - Did you ever wonder how all the fish swimming in a school are able to turn in the same direction at the same time? There have been countless theories, but the answer is laughably simple. So how do all the fish manage to turn in the same direction sim...
  How Vegas Security Drives Surveillance Tech Everywhere
  Is Your Internet Connection Slower Than Advertised? - It's a common occurrence these days: you sign up for a specific level of service with your local internet service provider (ISP) and expect to get the speeds advertised. But most of the time, you don't....
  I-TEAM: Crossing the Line into Area 51 Gets Caught on Camera - A tour bus carrying visitors to the edge of the top secret Area 51 military base has done something that many people have only fantasized about doing. It crossed the line and entered the base. The driver and his four passengers learned a quick lesson...
Lunch on the Skyscraper - Lunch on the Skyscraper: A PowerPoint Slideshow Presentation...
Mike Huckabee: A Parable - Today, a parable for those who are losing hope in America's future...I hear people lamenting every day that the government is too powerful, young people don't understand concepts like freedom and privacy anymore, and we've gone too far down the wrong...
Motion Induced Blindness - This is an interesting link to a demonstration on how objects we see can become invisible to us (like how an inattentive car driver might not see a motorcyclist). The Motorcycle Safety Foundation calls it 'motion induced blindness'. According to Prof...
Mount Everest - The Highest Mountain on Earth - In March 1856, Mount Everest was officially declared the highest mountain on earth. Before then, what was the highest mountain? (Read on for the answer.) According to Wikipedia, Mount Everest, then known as "Peak XV", "was calculated to be exactly 2...
NASA | Earthrise: The 45th Anniversary - In December of 1968, the crew of Apollo 8 became the first people to leave our home planet and travel to another body in space. But as crew members Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders all later recalled, the most important thing they disco...
New Report on Climate Change - Arctic Ocean Getting Warm; Seals Vanish and Icebergs Melt - The Arctic ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot, according to a report to the Commerce Department yesterday from Consu...
  Scanners: No Place to Hide - As the surveillance state expands around us, entangling us in a web from which there is no escape, what we used to call 'privacy' is fast becoming a thing of the past. In fact, the very latest governmental assaults on our privacy rights take the form...
Six Ways Las Vegas Security Tech Has Entered Daily Life
Size DOES Matter - Size DOES Matter. Now, THIS is fascinating - it's rather dazzling to see it presented this way. I certainly thought this was enlightening. Beyond our sun, it's a big universe! Antares is the 15th brightest star in the sky. It is more than 1,000 li...
Southwest Missile - Somewhere over California's Mojave Desert on a flight from Los Angeles to Sacramento, I saw a dark gray cylindrically-shaped object on the horizon ahead. I started videotaping it and within about 35 seconds it passed by the Southwest jet I was trave...
  Speed Limit Alert from NetConsulate Software Pvt. Ltd. - If you have a bad habit of occasionally exceeding the speed limit, this just might be the solution: Speed Limit Alert app for Androids from NetConsulate Software Pvt. Ltd. With the Speed Limit Alert app, you set your own speed limit. The app measures...
Top CompTIA Network+ Study Reference Links - I've been studying to get my CompTIA Network+ certification, and decided to compile and share this list of links to some of the best study references I came across. If you're studying for your Net+ certification, need to refresh your memory, or just...
Top CompTIA Network+ Study Reference Links - I've been studying to get my CompTIA Network+ certification, and decided to compile and share this list of links to some of the best study references I came across. If you're studying for your Net+ certification, need to refresh your memory, or just...
Worried About Baby - Roanoke Times, Monday, September 20, 2004, Mellisa Williamson, 35, a Bullitt Avenue resident, worries about the effect on her unborn child from the sound of jackhammers. ...
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Pharaon MUSIC Pharaon - Pharaon performed live at l'Olympia by Chico and the Gypsies (2011).... more (Updated Apr 16, 2017)

Video Shows Passengers Fleeing from Las Vegas Strip Gunman CRIME Video Shows Passengers Fleeing from Las Vegas Strip Gunman - This exclusive dashcam-type video excerpt (no audio) shows passengers fleeing after a gunman on a Las Vegas Strip bus began shooting, hitting two men, killing one. Lying on the ground under the canopy on the right side of the screen is victim Gary Br... more (Updated Mar 28, 2017)

Sam Swinnerton Cover of Billy Joel's 'Vienna' MUSIC Sam Swinnerton Cover of Billy Joel's 'Vienna' - Billy Joel is not an easy artist to copy, but that didn't hold young Sam Swinnerton back. This kid nails it from the very first note. He's is a true natural musical talent with a great voice, albeit still developing. Sam writes: "This is one of my ... more (Updated Feb 15, 2017)

The Paris Climate Agreement Won't Change the Climate POLITICS The Paris Climate Agreement Won't Change the Climate - The Paris Climate Agreement will cost at least $1 trillion per year, and climate activists say it will save the planet. The truth? It won't do anything for the planet, but it will make everyone poorer--except politicians and environmentalists. Bjorn ... more (Updated Jan 20, 2017)

Ain't Nobody (Chaka Kahn Cover by The Duo Gitarinet) MUSIC Ain't Nobody (Chaka Kahn Cover by The Duo Gitarinet) - The Duo Gitarinet - Nikola Djurica (clarinet) and Mirko Dimitrijevic (guitar) - perform their cover of Chaka Kahn's hit 'Ain't Nobody'.... more (Updated Jan 13, 2017)

 

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