Month: February 2018

How Hackers Really Crack Your Passwords

In movies, hacking is all finesse, excitement, and genius coding, but in reality it’s angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night. — Ginsberg. Hey there Zero Cools, Neos and Seatec astronomers, I’m Trace. Thanks for tuning in for some DNews. Passwords are like apples in

The Geometry of Causality | Space Time

This episode is sponsored by Audible. The special theory of relativity tells us that one person’s past may be another’s future. When time is relative, paradoxes threaten. Today, we peer deeper into Einstein’s theory to find that the immutable ordering of cause and effect emerges when we discover the causal geography of spacetime. Recently, we’ve

Speedo Corrector

Changing the wheels on your car is probably one of the most common modifications that people do Thats right but it CAN stop your speedo from reading accurately because of the change in diameter and that means you could be inadvertently speeding without even realising it and that means you could lose your license, and

Quantum Entanglement & Spooky Action at a Distance

In the 1930s, Einstein was displeased with quantum mechanics. He published a speculation experiment, According to this experiment, the point at which an event occurs in the universe can immediately affect another arbitrary event, He calls it “ghostly meta-range effect” and thinks it is ridiculous Because it means breaking the limitation of relativity on the

How Big do Tsunamis Get?

Tsunamis are some of the most powerful and deadliest forces of nature. Within recent memory, you may recall both the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and the 2011 Japan Tsunami, both of which in resulted catastrophic damage and loss of life. The Indian Ocean Tsunami happened after a massive earthquake struck here in the Indian Ocean.