Stanford researchers discover the 'anternet'
A collaboration between a Stanford ant biologist and a computer scientist has revealed that the behavior of harvester ants as they forage for food mirrors the protocols that control traffic on the Internet.
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World's thinnest glass shatters records -- by accident
Dark matter of the genome revealed through analysis of 29...
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the weapon no one can see coming…
When XKCD managed to outdo itself yet again , I remembered about an interesting weapon from sci- fi novels, a relativistic impactor. Basically, it's the same thing as a kinetic kill vehicle, or KKV, a weapon , but traveling at a terrifying 99% of the...
Thunderstorms proven to create antimatter
Thunderstorms have been shown to create positrons and send them to space. As the late, great, Johnny Carson of the Tonight Show used to say, "That is some weird, wild, stuff". NASA̵...
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MIT researchers discover a new kind of magnetism
Experiments demonstrate ‘quantum spin liquid,' which could have applications in new computer memory storage.
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Infographic: 50 Unbelievable Facts About Earth
This infographic contains 50 fascinating facts about Earth. 40 million tons of dust sweep from the Sahara to the Amazon every year?
Simple animation to explain complex principles
Simple animation to explain complex principles - Electronics Scraps at Hiox.org, The technical and non-technical information Sharing Resource.
Rotor -- from Wolfram MathWorld
A rotor is a convex figure that can be rotated inside a (or ) while always touching every side (or face). The least rotor in a is the . The least rotor in an is a with two of and equal to the .
Weierstrass functions are famous for being continuous everywhere, but differentiable "nowhere". Here is an example of one: