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Our brain is amazing

PHDComics explains why our brain is amazing: we have 86 billion cells in it, 20% of them are packed in the cerebral cortex (which is about 4mm thick) and which covers 2500 square centimeters, the axons span over 100 miles and they send the electrical signal with about 220mph. It seems that the brain consumes […]

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What if all humans would jump in the same time?

Vsauce explains what would happen if 7 Billion people would all jump at the same time. The Earth would move with about one hundredth of the width of an Hidrogen atom. Not bad. Anyways, we are way too small to even count against the mass of Earth. All 7 billion people could fit inside Los […]

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You don’t type alone – VSauce explains [video]

In this very interesting video VSauce epxlains that we do not type alone when we write on our keyboards. About 600 000 people in the world press the space bar in the same as me now and rember that it takes 1/10 s to tap that key. So, if you feel alone, don’t be. Just […]

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There is no crysis for IT – earnings summary [infographic]

It seems that tech knows a good time all time since we can see that in Q3 2011 it beat earning estimates by 50%. Maybe geeks have something to do with this. We cannot live without technology, computers and everything in between. Interestingly a number of companies knew that they will be on an straight […]

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Patent war or technological regression [infographic] #firstpost

If someone wants to see some lame soap opera acting in tech world then they should be looking at the lawsuits and acquisitions made by the biggest companies in the world, where the patents are used both as shield and weapons. Theoretically, a patent has the sole role to protect the work of the inventor […]

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