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FCC Set To Repeal 'Net Neutrality' Rules For Internet Providers

The U.S. telecom regulators are slated to repeal so-called net neutrality rules, which restrict the power of Internet service providers to influence loading speeds for specific websites or apps. 427 more words

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Black Holes Made Simple

Black holes, the enigmatic monstrosities of our universe, are more common than we think. Since Albert Einstein’s predictions in 1915 (through his theory of general relativity) there has been an estimate of 100 million black holes in the Milky Way alone. 226 more words

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Earth-like conditions discovered (K2-18b) which is 111 light years away.

An insurmountable amount of resources have been dedicated by all of our Earth’s space agencies to locate extra-terrestrial life. The belief that our tiny speck of a planet located in the vast cosmos is not the only source of biological life in the universe has spurred many interplanetary missions to distant planets such as Saturn, Venus, etc. 299 more words

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For Us Nerds 2017 Gift Guide

Christmas is coming.

There’s not much time left, and you might be slowly running out of ideas. Here’s some suggestions to help ease the pain. 479 more words

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Rabobank gears up for blockchain

The Dutch bank has made significant strides in realising its blockchain agenda, as its distributed ledger technologies near commercial readiness.

In recent months, the Dutch bank Rabobank has stepped up its blockchain activities. 827 more words

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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Of all the scientists to emerge from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries there is one whose name is known by almost all living people. 1,611 more words

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