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Friday’s Riddle Answer: Fingerprints

 

Riddle of the Day: Can you think of two common word that contains double C, double S and double L?

The Eli Young Band Announces New Music

The Eli Young Band announced via social media today plans to release their new album Fingerprints on June 16th.

The project includes eleven original songs, including their previous single “Saltwater Gospel” and their new song, “Skin and Bones.” 26 more words

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Not so whitewall tyres

I finally had to put new tyres on the Radish. The old ones were getting extremely worn; to the point they were completely smooth and starting to bulge. 291 more words

Bicycles

What's Wrong With Samsung?

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has barely been announced, and yet there is an issue with the device, granted it isn’t even on the same scale as the problems they had with exploding Note 7’s from last year. 400 more words

Technology

Identify yourself #dna #fingerprints #barcodes #epigenetics #criminaljustice #ljmu 

Genetics, and more recently epigenetics, has told us many interesting things.

One thing I learnt from a recent discussion in my MA in Criminal Justice – as our module leader Dr Emma Murray debated with her scientist sister combatively, good-humouredly and ultimately synthetically the combining (perhaps, more accurately, the working together) of epigenetics and philosophy in the context of a critical criminology – is that a fingerprint is identifiable because it is made up of what scientists currently see as genetic nonsense. 133 more words

Me To Yous

Researchers Say Your Phone's Fingerprint Scanner Is Easily Fooled

The more intertwined technology becomes in our daily lives, the more important it is to safeguard all that information we keep on our devices. One way smartphone manufacturers have developed to do that is fingerprint scanning, as no two prints are identical. 350 more words

Telecom & Technology

MSU, NYU researchers find partial fingerprint may trick smartphones

EAST LANSING — No two people are believed to have identical fingerprints, but researchers from New York University and Michigan State University have found that partial similarities between prints are common enough that the fingerprint-based security systems used in mobile phones and other devices can be more vulnerable than previously thought. 716 more words

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