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Inflation theories must dig deeper to avoid collision with data

The BICEP telescope itself is facing the Antarctic sunset and a very long, very cold winter. It was not so long ago (2014) that the world was shocked and stunned by the announcement of the discovery of the original gravitational waves. This would have been the first observation of gravitational waves, and the data seemed to confirm a long-cherished theory …

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Will Elon Musk's boring company soon dig into your garage?

Elon Musk is an innovator and problem solver. Need to send money? How about starting a business that leads to PayPal (PYPL)? Do you need help to solve the global climate? Now we have Tesla (TSLA). How about finding a way to make rockets reusable and reduce space costs? He has SpaceX – to be fair, Amazons (AMZN) Jeff Bezos …

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Penn Dixie Tries World Record for Largest Fossil Dig

Earlier this summer, Buffalo became the new home of the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of pink turf flamingoes. To continue the record-breaking success of the summer, Western New York will once again set a new world record on Saturday morning. The Hamburg Penn Dixie Fossil Park and Nature Reserve sets the Guinness World Record for the world's …

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Spain to dig up Franco's body after the government passed a decree

The remains of former military dictator General Francisco Franco are being excavated from a controversial monument under a decree of the Spanish socialist government Franco, who reigned for almost 40 years, was found in the valley buried in the fallen monument to the victims of the Spanish Civil War his death in 1975. Proposals to remove his body from the …

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Do you want to track Google less? Get an iPhone, Dig up the Android

Video – App Insurance: Google insists that Gmail access be thoroughly reviewed. A recent study found that a stationary iPhone sends 50 times less data to Google's server than a stationary Android phone. This is from a 55-page report entitled "Google Data Collection," by Professor Douglas C. Schmidt, a professor of computer science at Vanderbilt University. The study comes as …

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Invisible mouse clicks let hackers dig deep into MacOS

One way to try [S9009004] system developers to protect a computer's secrets from hacker attacks is by appealing to people at the keyboard. By allowing the user to "allow" or deny a program's access to sensitive data or features, the operating system can create a checkpoint that stops malware and lets innocent applications through. But former NSA employee and well-known …

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If Europe has a foreign life, we may have to dig deep to find it

Artist's impression of a possible NASA lander on the surface of Jupiter's icy, ocean-bearing moon Europa. Credit: NASA / JPL If life signs exist on Jupiter's Ice Moon Europe, they may not be as hard to find as scientists have assumed, reports a new study. The 1,900-mile (3,100-kilometer) Europa is home to a huge ocean under its icy shell. Astronomers …

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Europa-Lander may not have to dig deep to find signs of life

Illustration of a potential NASA lander on the surface of Jupiter's icy, ocean-bearing moon Europa Credit: NASA / JPL When life sign On Jupiter's ice moon Europe, they may not be as hard to find as scientists have assumed, reports a new study. The 1,900-mile wide (3,100 kilometers) of Europe houses a huge ocean under its ice shell. Astronomers also …

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Did anyone dig around in your personal e-mail?

In a blog post, Google Security Chief Suzanne Frey explains that an app must pass a rigorous review before it can request approval to read your Gmail messages. "Before a published non-Google app can access your Gmail messages, you'll go through a multi-stage review process that includes an automated and manual review of the developer, a privacy policy review, and …

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