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Photo: Quantum Crystal of Frozen Electrons - the Wigner Crystal - is Visualized for the First Time Quantum Crystal of Frozen Electrons - the Wigner Crystal - is Visualized for the First Time
Phys.org - Fri Apr 12, 2024
PRINCETON, New Jersey - Electrons—the infinitesimally small particles that are known to zip around atoms—continue to amaze scientists despite the more than a century that scientists have studied them. More»

Photo: Governor Sanders Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Eclipse Governor Sanders Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Eclipse
KNWA-TV - Sun Apr 7, 2024
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders declared a state of emergency on Friday ahead of the solar eclipse, according to a news release. More»

Photo: Marjorie Taylor Greene Thinks The Solar Eclipse Is God Telling Us Something Marjorie Taylor Greene Thinks The Solar Eclipse Is God Telling Us Something
Huffington Post - Fri Apr 5, 2024
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said Friday’s 4.8-magnitude earthquake in the Northeast and the upcoming eclipse are signs from the Lord for Americans to repent. More»

Photo: Google to Delete Billions of Browsing Records in 'Incognito Mode' Privacy Lawsuit Settlement Google to Delete Billions of Browsing Records in 'Incognito Mode' Privacy Lawsuit Settlement
The Hacker News - Wed Apr 3, 2024
Google has agreed to purge billions of data records reflecting users browsing activities to settle a class action lawsuit that claimed the search giant tracked them without their knowledge or consent in its Chrome browser. More»

Photo: San Jose uses AI to scan streets for homeless people's cars San Jose uses AI to scan streets for homeless people's cars
San Francisco Gate - Sun Mar 31, 2024
In southern neighborhoods of San Jose, cameras attached to a city-owned car have been recording footage of streets and sidewalks. More»

Photo: Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud
WABE-TV - Mon Mar 25, 2024
ATLANTA, Georgia - A former Georgia insurance commissioner who made a failed Republican run for governor has pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit health care fraud. More»

Photo: The ‘AT&T breach’—what you need to know The ‘AT&T breach’—what you need to know
malwarebytes - Mon Mar 25, 2024
Earlier this week, the data of over 70 million people was posted for sale on an online cybercrime forum. More»

Photo: Massive changes coming to Google Chrome threaten to reshape the modern internet! Massive changes coming to Google Chrome threaten to reshape the modern internet!
Yahoo! - Sun Mar 24, 2024
Later this year Google, through its Chrome browser, will end the use of third-party cookies, technology that can track people across websites to target them with personalized advertising. More»

Photo: Icelandic Volcano Erupts, Turning Sky Orange and Forcing Evacuations Icelandic Volcano Erupts, Turning Sky Orange and Forcing Evacuations
Washington Post - Mon Mar 18, 2024
GRINDAVIK, Iceland - A volcano erupted in southwestern Iceland for the fourth time in three months — sending destructive lava flowing toward the town of Grindavik and prompting authorities to close a road near the town and evacuate the popular Blue Lagoon geothermal spa resort amid emergency warnings. More»

Photo: Pentagon Review Finds No Evidence of Alien Cover-Up Pentagon Review Finds No Evidence of Alien Cover-Up
New York Times - Tue Mar 12, 2024
In the 1960s, secret test flights of advanced government spy planes generated UFO sightings. More»

Photo: Canadian university vending machine error reveals use of facial recognition Canadian university vending machine error reveals use of facial recognition
The Guardian - Fri Feb 23, 2024
A malfunctioning vending machine at a Canadian university has inadvertently revealed that a number of them have been using facial recognition technology in secret. More»

Photo: Powerful twin solar flares erupt from sun as cell phone outages spike across US Powerful twin solar flares erupt from sun as cell phone outages spike across US
Space.com - Thu Feb 22, 2024
Tens of thousands of outages were reported by major cellular carriers throughout the United States after a pair of powerful solar flares erupted from the sun on February 21 and February 22. More»

Photo: Medvedev Threatens Berlin, London and Washington with Nuclear Retaliation if Russia is to Return to 1991 Borders Medvedev Threatens Berlin, London and Washington with Nuclear Retaliation if Russia is to Return to 1991 Borders
Ukrainska Pravda - Sun Feb 18, 2024
Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federations Security Council, has threatened the United States and Europe with nuclear war if Russia is returned to its recognised borders from 1991. More»

Photo: Scientists Caught Sperm Defying a Major Law of Physics Scientists Caught Sperm Defying a Major Law of Physics
Science Alert - Sat Feb 17, 2024
With their whip-like tails, human sperm propel themselves through viscous fluids, seemingly in defiance of Newtons third law of motion, according to a recent study that characterizes the motion of these sex cells and single-celled algae. More»