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Heartbleed Bug Explained

Heartbleed Bug Explained

Apr 21, 2014 News 4 comments

The article explains the concept behind the notorious OpenSSL bug dubbed Heartbleed.

Partial list of Transistion fossils

Partial list of Transistion fossils

Apr 10, 2013 News 0 comments

Hello members of the Science group, Some people awhile back asked for a list of transistion fossils.

Religion or Religious articles

Religion or Religious articles

Apr 10, 2013 News 4 comments

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...

Is the Sun really so powerful?

Is the Sun really so powerful?

Oct 7, 2012 News 15 comments

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...

Is Evolution Pseudoscience? Debunked

Is Evolution Pseudoscience? Debunked

Aug 5, 2012 News 7 comments

Triangulum brought to my attention this amazing article which I had to reply to... Enjoy :)

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ElfFriend Jan 25 2013, 9:24pm says:

this is quite interesting:

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Spudman619 Jan 27 2013, 3:10pm replied:

Jolly good find. It certainly makes for an interesting read.

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ElfFriend Jan 28 2013, 12:39am replied:

Thank Logan, he talked about it on one of his the tek videos. Teksyndicate.com
Also thanks to Logan I know this: Mars-one.com
So if you ever get board with good old earth, there's a one way ticket to mars:D just kidding who would want to leave behind so much that is here on earth and go to mars? Maybe for a visit but not forever. It's still good to stay up to date with everything though and thanks to TB, razethew0rld (aka Logan), Linus, techtomorrow (aka Elric), vsause(all of them), minutephysics, etc. I got over 200 youtubers that I am sub too, most of which rarely ever post anything.

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ElfFriend Jan 10 2013, 12:46am says:

Okay this YOU SHALL NOT DO AT HOME:( but its still awesome to watch. basically this kid messes around with radioactive elements hoping to make a nuclear reactor.
anyways the youtube links:
part 1: Youtu.be
part 2: Youtu.be
and i found this thanks to a vsause leanback: Youtube.com
hopefully the leanback works, but if it doesn't you could try finding the stopped clock video by vsause which redirected me to the leanback which then went off-topic....really cool stuff though!!

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Super-Kami-Ρrʌжis Jan 8 2013, 10:42am says:

I have come to steal ALL the science!

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Mr.Walrus Jan 5 2013, 11:53pm says:

Just noticed something. Almost every famous science popularizer either was born or lives in NYC... Sagan, Tyson, Krauss, all born there, Michio Kaku lives there too.

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ElfFriend Jan 28 2013, 12:40am replied:

I'm moving to NY!

Just kidding I like Canada.

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λpone Nov 25 2012, 4:07pm says:

I love Physics.

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Sarge_Rho Dec 18 2012, 5:56pm replied:

I like trains.

*ducks and runs*

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Spudman619 Dec 1 2012, 5:37pm replied:

I love lamp.

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Nasashadow Nov 13 2012, 2:51pm says:

Hey guys im new to the group DorminColossus is my bud and welcomed me to the group. I plan to be an engineer for Nasa i do l4d2 mods so just a little hi from me.

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TheTriangulum Nov 16 2012, 11:52am replied:


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