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Dark Reading - How Secure Are You?

I have not honestly worked through this framework, but I have read through the documentation and I am intrigued by the possibilities of this approach to managing cyber security risk.  25 more words

Security News

Use of EBSD to recover distorted serial numbers in metals

When chemistry and forensic science become friendly and try to help each other out, I feel particularly content because they are the two subjects that I will be studying later on at university one after the other. 402 more words

Science

Conspiracy at the BBC

Nine years ago I had a long chat with the man entrusted with investigating the collapse of three skyscrapers in New York on 9/11. From the off he knew what caused the collapse of World Trade Center 1 and 2. 1,895 more words

Atomic Timekeeping Frequently Asked Questions

Atomic timekeeping technology enables clock movements to automatically set themselves, and spring forward and fall back when the Daylight Saving Time change occurs twice a year. 491 more words

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How Science Died at the World Trade Center

By Kevin Ryan | Dig Within | February 15, 2015

Science has been misused for political purposes many times in history. However, the most glaring example of politically motivated pseudoscience—that employed by U.S.

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9/11 Incontrovertible Proof the Government is Lying

I’m re-posting this video for educational purposes, in accordance with ‘fair use’ provisions in the copyright act; this blog is not monetized.

Modern History