Tag: education

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

What Is It Like To Be Deaf?

HEY THERE! WELCOME TO LIFE NOGGIN. EVERY WEEK I MAKE VIDEOS AND USE MY VOICE TO EDUCATE PEOPLE ALL OVER, BUT NOT EVERYONE CAN HEAR WHAT I’M SAYING. MY BUDDY RIKKI HERE IS ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE. SHE’S A MEMBER OF THE DEAF COMMUNITY. SO RIKKI, WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE DEAF AND WHAT’S

Reading Strategy: Skimming

Hi, this is Morag from Academic Skills. In this short video we’re going to apply a skimming strategy while reading. First, let’s think about why we might use a skimming strategy. Skimming is useful when you need to get an overview of a text quickly, for example as a preview to more detailed reading, if

What are Intermolecular Forces? || Chemical Bonds || Chemistry

There are two main kinds of inter-molecular forces – dipole interactions, which is when polar molecules are attracted to each other, and dispersion forces, which are caused by the motion of electrons. Collectively, these intermolecular forces are often called van der Waals interactions. Sometimes, especially in Biology, people get casual in their language, and they