Monthly Archives: January 2014

Sort: Date | Views | Sort Ascending
View:

Technologies and applications of interactive flood simulation

1.50K Views0 Comments

Severe flood disasters may frequently occur in near future because global warming will change the flood risk. To prepare the disaster, we propose global flood simulation software which simulates flood flow in short ti...

The Xbox 360 Security System and its Weaknesses

905 Views0 Comments

After the disaster of the original Xbox, Microsoft put a lot of effort in designing what is probably the most sophisticated consumer hardware security system to date. We present its design, its implementation, its wea...

The Secret to Apple’s Success

1.45K Views0 Comments

Apple anticipates where the market will be heading, as opposed to simply reacting to where the market is already going.

Noam Chomsky: An Uninformed Electorate Votes Against Its Best Interests.

1.85K Views1 Comments

Noam Chomsky explains how public opinion and political policy differ and why often undecided voters vote for policies that are opposite public opinion.

Panel Discussion: Dawkins, Tyson, Druyan, Stenger, Grothe

11.03K Views0 Comments

The panel discusses atheism versus science, science education, the nature of science, various strategies for advancing society in society, threats to science education including religion and popular culture, racism an...

Why is yawning contagious? – Claudia Aguirre

3.65K Views0 Comments

*Yaaawwwwwn* Did just reading the word make you feel like yawning yourself? Known as contagious yawning, the reasons behind this phenomenon have been attributed to both the physiological and psychological. It's been o...

Michio Kaku: Nuclear Power Is a Faustian Bargain

1.29K Views0 Comments

The U.S. hasn't commissioned a new nuclear plant since before the Three Mile Island meltdown in 1979, and will soon have to decommission all its aging reactors. What, if anything, will replace these nuclear plants?

Graham Hill: Life Edited

770 Views0 Comments

Treehugger founder Graham Hill announced the launch of a new online design competition, Life Edited, and asked all interested parties to weigh in on how he can best design his new 420 square foot New York City apartme...

Richard Dawkins: The Arrogance of Immortality

2.75K Views0 Comments

While many in the scientific community are excited at the prospect of battling aging, Richard Dawkins considers the idea foolish and a little presumptuous asking, are we really prepared to be the last generation to re...

Neil deGrasse Tyson: My Man, Sir Isaac Newton

1.17K Views0 Comments

Neil deGrasse Tyson says Newton's writings defy gravity by making his hair stand up.

Page 1 of 1412345...10...Last »