When it comes to connected cars and privacy consider this: sex toys typically provide more detailed security information about their products. So, when your privacy policies and protections are worse than those of a sex toy, you might have a problem.
The Wow! Signal: 72 Seconds That Still Remain A Mystery
The "Wow! signal" is the name given to a strong and unusual radio signal detected by Dr. Jerry R. Ehman on Aug. 15, 1977. This signal was detected at Ohio State University's Big Ear radio telescope, which was used for the SETI program. The Wow! signal is notable for being one of the most famous and intriguing potential instances of a signal from an extraterrestrial civilization.
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Holography's Role In Advancing Surface Topography Measurements
This paper explores holography's contributions to interferometry in measuring surface topography, addressing questions about Denis Gabor's all-optical computer, Isaac Newton's synthetic off-axis hologram, and the nature of white-light 3D profilers.
Bionic Technology Analyzed Precisely
The Max Plank Institute for Intelligent Systems has dedicated itself to complex fundamental research using a Phantom ultrahigh-speed (UHS) camera for precise observation and versatile analysis.
Average power measurement of a pulsed laser can be a really tricky thing. What is the minimum repetition rate to get stable and reliable measurements? Myriam Blanchet of Gentec-EO answers this question in this video.
How does studying jet lag in mice improve our health? A recent study led by Huiyan Li, from the National Center of Biomedical Analysis in Beijing, China, is looking to understand how chronobiology affects our well-being.
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