How many of those vintage sounds do you recognize?

New Scientist published a video mix with sounds of an old era which only some are now remembering. I remember the continuous sound when there was no emission on the TV, how the phone sounded when I wanted to call someone or how it rang when someone called us. Cord phone was a big deal […]

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John Oliver slaps Dr. Oz for, well, because Oz is a shitty guy who would sell his own mother as miracle powder?

I said that Dr. Oz would sell his own mother as miracle powder, not John Oliver. Oz seems to have a ton of access to miracle cures that even he recognizes, did not pass the science test. It does not matter, they are miracle cures. Those are simply lies. Who the fuck needs science when […]

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Maddox slaps lifehacks

Another fresh breath from the web. Finally one of the few guys who likes to look a bit more at those lifehacks and check to see if they are good or not. It is not that lifehacks aren’t great, but not all of them are really helpful. Some can be really dangerous, like the one […]

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Tech news that you need to read: software patents, German link war, YouTube as a mobster and a confession from a tech journalist

Ok. The title might be longer than the actual blog content, but who cares? I have a huge stack of blog posts ready so I need to cut to the chase and let you know that you need to read these articles to get a better view of what the web is going through right […]

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How do some animals regenerate limbs?

This is because they use special cells and those cells help them to rebuild those limbs, but we do not really know how they actually do. The salamanders will be able to rebuild the limbs in 1-2 years after you cut the off. The scientists have observed how the process works, but still don’t know […]

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Buying 4K monitors? Watch out for the fequency

The guys at Tek Syndicatedid a review of Dell 28″ 4K P2815Q and they were not delighted at all. Why? Because , in the first place, the monitor does not have a true 4K resolution, 4096 x 2160 px, it has a smaller 4K: 3840 x 2160. Also, when you run the monitor at 4K, […]

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Good question: why can’t we live in Chernobyl, but we can live in Hiroshima?

And the answer is on Physics Stack Exchange. Basically, the short answer is that the bomb that blew up Hiroshima had only a tiny fraction of the fuel that is still in Chernobyl and the type of reactions that existed during the explosion above Hiroshima generated radioactive isotopes that are absorbed by nature more quickly. […]

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Coal fires that burn for 50 years? Yes, in Pennsylvania and in dozens of other places

Earth is truly amazing, but it is also a place of utter fear. How can it be that coal fires burn for over 50 years and some of them will burn for hundreds of years to come? Hank Green, from SciShow, explains how those coal fires show up and what we can do about it. […]

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If you’re sick when do you get contagious?

When you become infected by cold or flu virus you will go through an incubation period, during which the virus enters cells and starts to divide itself a lot. Once there are enough copies of itself in a cell that cell will burst and let those viruses out. At this point the contagion period starts. […]

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Star Wars Documentary: From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (Part 7 of 9)

In 7th part of this Star Wars Documentary George Lucas speaks about the characters and the importance of how people play them. C-3PO was meant to be a simple robot, with no possible future in the series, but Tony Daniels, the one who wore the threepio costume, has played his servant interpretation so good that […]

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