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  • The Man Who Really Built Bitcoin

    The Man Who Really Built Bitcoin

    Who cares if Satoshi Nakamoto exists? Someone else created Bitcoin and wields the most control of its future.

  • Microsoft latest security risk: "Cookiejacking"

    Microsoft latest security risk: "Cookiejacking"

    A computer security researcher discovered a bug in Microsoft Corp.'s commonly used Internet Explorer browser, which he claims might allow hackers to steal passwords to access websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and others.

  • Nuclear-armed Pakistan chairs board of United Nations atom body

    Nuclear-armed Pakistan chairs board of United Nations atom body

    Pakistan became the new seat of the U.N. atomic guard dog's administering body on Monday, in spite of the very fact that it's outside a worldwide enemy of nuclear arms settlement and residential to a dealer who provided atomic privileged insights to Iran and North Korea .

  • Argument against the Chinese Room Argument

    Argument against the Chinese Room Argument

    A short essay arguing against John Searle's "Chinese room argument".

  • Origin and Early History

    Origin and Early History

    Hendrick Aupaumut, a Mohican historian, wrote in the early 1700s that great people travelled from the north and west.

  • Dylan Crashes

    Dylan Crashes

    On July 29, 1966, Bob Dylan crashed. He was crippled for 18 months after crashing his Triumph 500.

  • The Chinese People Have Stood Up

    The Chinese People Have Stood Up

    Chairperson of the Chinese Communist Party Mao Zedong delivers the opening speech at the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference's First Plenary Session.

  • Nigerian Gold mine waiting to be tapped

    Nigerian Gold mine waiting to be tapped

    Apart from adulterated water, blackouts, and high tariffs, poor sanitation also conspires against local hospitality industry. In spite of these shortcomings, Nigeria remains a gold mine as far as the tourism potentials are concerned

  • Bush Knew Firm's Plight Before Stock Sale

    Bush Knew Firm's Plight Before Stock Sale

    According to Securities and Exchange Commission documents, George W. Bush was bombarded with classified details about the financial plight of a Texas oil producer in 1990 as a trader before selling the remainder of his shares and triggering a federal investigation.

Society

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Politics

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  • What Is WeLoveTrump.Com? The Rampant Online Circulation Of Fake News

    What Is WeLoveTrump.Com? The Rampant Online Circulation Of Fake News

    Fake news sites abound on the internet. This isn't a political remark; it's the finding of a recent study by DomainTools, a security research firm.

  • U.S. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri

    U.S. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri

    A man born in Niangua, Missouri, entered the world of politics, and he's not backing down.

  • The Presidential Conference

    The Presidential Conference

    he invention of printing added a new element of power to the race. From that hour, in a most especial sense, the brain and not the arm, the thinker and not the soldier, books and not kings, were to rule the world; and weapons, forged in the mind, keen-edged and brighter than the sunbeam, were to supplant the sword and the battle-axe.

Culture

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  • How Does A Free Background Check Work?

    How Does A Free Background Check Work?

    Background checks are a popular service used by employers and homeowners. These checks are intended to verify people's identity, and to make sure that they are suitable to be hired, or rent/purchase a home.

  • True People Search Is Now Quicker Than Ever

    True People Search Is Now Quicker Than Ever

    Public records have allowed people in the country to gain access to valuable data – both government and personal info. Nowadays, you can find important information about people online, and enjoy quick access to public records in every state. How is it possible? Thanks to true people search websites, you can perform online queries, and find people, as well as their current info.

  • How Many Types Of Shoes Do We Have?

    How Many Types Of Shoes Do We Have?

    Shoes are the footwear that is used to cover our feet in order to prevent any injury or harm to the feet.

Science

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  • What Is Special About James Webb Space Telescope?

    What Is Special About James Webb Space Telescope?

    NASA's ambitious scientific project is the James Webb Space Telescope. In order to further advance human understanding regarding the genesis of the earliest galaxies, Webb will draw on the heritage of earlier space-based observatories.

  • Magnetic Slime Robot Could Be Your Next Doctor In 2022

    Magnetic Slime Robot Could Be Your Next Doctor In 2022

    The magnetic slime robot has the ability to attach electrodes and move magnetically within the body to encircle and grab eaten items.

  • Where Did Ice At Moon Pole Come From?

    Where Did Ice At Moon Pole Come From?

    Since the Moon's low gravity cannot store gas for any meaningful amount of time, water ice will quickly sublime straight into water vapour and escape into space.