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What? US funding is actually going towards this digital-activist-as-human-server project? Are we allowed to keep these domestically for use against Sony Corp?
Casual physicist Aaron O’Connell explains how he turned a tiny piece of metal into a quantum object that violated the laws we assume apply to all things in our larger world.
While Google and Facebook actively conspire with government agents surveiling law-abiding US citizens, Mozilla Firefox stands alone as the only internet behemoth willing to buck the forces of censorship.
I readily admit, I am becoming less and less attached to what was once an important childhood tradition. Feel free to blame Joseph Campbell for this. Anyway, here’s a digital recap of that famous
Egyptian/Babylonian/Sumerian Old Testament tale of the Sword in the Stone. By which, I mean the Staff in the Bush. With frogs… and… other magical stuffs.
Kudos to Aaron Mandel on the find.