Tag: science

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

Speed of Light Thank You!

Dear citizens of the universe, You probably know that light can reach two hundred ninety nine thousand, seven hundred ninety two measly kilometers in a second, but did you also know that physics can now reach over two hundred ninety nine thousand, seven hundred ninety two amazing people in a minute? We’ve broken the speed

Dr. Craig Venter – Life at the Speed of Light | NASA AMES TALK

[music playing] – IT–IT’S MY VERY, VERY GREAT HONOR TODAY TO–TO INTRODUCE THIS DIRECTOR’S COLLOQUIUM. YOU KNOW, IT’S BEEN KIND OF AN INTERESTING FEW YEARS. YOU KNOW, AND DEEP SPACE EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT– I’LL USE THAT WORD– IS GONNA REQUIRE AN IN-DEPTH UNDERSTANDING OF LIFE AND LIFE PROCESSES. AND, YOU KNOW, I’VE BECOME FIRMLY CONVINCED–

How to Read Barcodes

This video was made possible by Squarespace. Build your website for 10% off over at Squarespace.com/HAI. So, when you stop in a store and scan a soda, the beeper beams lasers and the barcode becomes numbers. This thing, though, isn’t free, no, because of these guys. But enough of that poetry poppycock. This is the

Improve Your Memory: A 4 Minute Guide

– [Jessica] We all wish we were better at remembering something, but many of us use the excuse that– – My brain can only hold so much information. – [Jessica] Or. – I’m just really bad at remembering names. – Turns out there’s no such thing as a terrible memory, only an untrained one. (upbeat

How Fast Are You Moving?

Hi there. Hello. I’m Jake. It is great to see you I appreciate you. I’m trying to buy time so I don’t have to say this first website url because it’s a little bit weird But Hannah is making me say it. So I will. pleasetouchme.com. That’s a DONG, something you can do online now