The article explains the concept behind the notorious OpenSSL bug dubbed Heartbleed.
Hello members of the Science group, Some people awhile back asked for a list of transistion fossils.
Note to all members, any religious posts or News articles posted on this group will be deleted This s a science group, not a religious group. Thank you...
I heard many times that in fact power output of the Sun is very low compared to it's size. But people usually consider Sun as something monstrous with...
Triangulum brought to my attention this amazing article which I had to reply to... Enjoy :)
I've fallen in love with Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.
Me neighter! :P
Watched BBC's 4 part Time series today. Truly fascinating!
Science, ruining everything since 1543
RANDOM SCIENCEY QUESTION TO SPARK CHATTINESS
What field of science do/have you studied?
I've studied Chemistry, Biology and Physics (GCSE level for those Brits out there) though my Biology understanding is the most advanced as I am currently studying it at A-level (again, Brits will understand).
Also Psychology if it counts.
Well, you could say that Biology is my "speciality", but I'm also trying to learn Calculus and Physics, and I'm thinking of getting into Chemistry too :)
Calculus? Good luck my friend, may his noodly appendage bless your bolognese.
LOL, I hope he watches over your bolognese too, my friend.
Our reality may be just a really large sandbox sims game...
I see there's a lack of Computer Science content here. I would like to know if you guys are interested in it? If yes, I can try and post some content here in my free time.
Of course we are interested in it, it is after all, still science.
Great! I'll try and post some content whenever I get the chance.
Sure feel free to add it!
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