Video: Students Confront NSA Representative
Video: Students Confront NSA Representative
By Monica Vega
University of New Mexico students took the chance to question a National Security Agency representative about its many illegal activities during a recruitment fair. The NSA rep responded by freaking out incoherently and unprofessionally.

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Obsolete Nokia Phone: A Solution for Quantum Cryptography?
Obsolete Nokia Phone: A Solution for Quantum Cryptography?
By James Cliffe
There are a number of fields that require the generation of random numbers. One of these fields is cyber security. Security via computational communications requires the ability to generate truly random numbers.

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Video: The Moment of Truth
Video: The Moment of Truth
By Monica Vega
At the town hall in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, a screaming audience of 1,500 gathered for "The Moment of Truth", an event hosted by Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom. Known for founding the extremely popular file hosting service Megaupload, he has now founded New Zealand’s Internet Party.

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Researchers Photograph Quantum Systems
Researchers Photograph Quantum Systems
By James Cliffe
Quantum mechanics is weird. It is weird, because firstly, it predicts that nature works in “un-natural” ways. Secondly, it is weird because the more we observe, the more we see that the many surrounding theories are actually solid.

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Wary Lawmakers Ready to OK Arms for Syrian Rebels
Wary Lawmakers Ready to OK Arms for Syrian Rebels
By Deepcor Contributor
Despite fervent promises to avoid a renewal of the previous Iraq War, top government officials are vesting the power to fight Islamic State to President Obama.

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Solar Storm Heading Straight for Earth
Solar Storm Heading Straight for Earth
By Trang Nguyen
NASA reports that the energy from two coronal mass ejections linked to an X1.6 class solar flare will be arriving soon, if not here already.

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Video: Students Confront NSA Representative

University of New Mexico students took the chance to question a National Security Agency representative about its many illegal activities during a recruitment fair. The NSA rep responded by freaking out incoherently and unprofessionally. 

by Monica Vega

Video: The Moment of Truth

At the town hall in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, a screaming audience of 1,500 gathered for "The Moment of Truth", an event hosted by Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom. Known for founding the extremely popular file hosting service Megaupload, he has now founded New Zealand’s Internet Party.

by Monica Vega

Researchers Photograph Quantum Systems

Quantum mechanics is weird. It is weird, because firstly, it predicts that nature works in “un-natural” ways. Secondly, it is weird because the more we observe, the more we see that the many surrounding theories are actually solid. 

 

 

by James Cliffe

Deepcor Mission

The United Police State of America

After Ferguson, many other cases of police brutality are surfacing and gaining traction as America has finally called attention to the widespread issue.

by Deepcor Contributor

Cannabis Legalization: An Overdose of Truth

Cannabis prohibition, in all of its forms, is abominable.  For almost 5,000 years and across the planet, it has been described, praised and used for conditions affecting both the mind and body.

 

by Phillip Yardley

Drug Cartel Violence: Business Per Usual

Cartel-related violence has always been familiar to the people of Tamaulipas, the border state in the Gulf of Mexico, due to its strategic location for drug transportation. 

by Monica Vega

A Closer Look at 'the Profile' of Pedophilia

The unnatural urges experienced by pedophiles are only recently becoming better understood, and the healthcare and law enforcement communities are now closely examining just what differences, if any, exist between pedophiles and everyday people.

by Deepcor Contributor

Dogecoin - Power to the People

On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog; but thanks to the rise of Dogecoin (Ð), a crypto-currency full of wow, being a doge is becoming increasingly fashionable.

by Bingjiefu He

Personally Fighting Privacy

With Snowden's leaks showing the extent of worldwide government surveillance, it has become clear that people need to take responsibility for their own privacy.

 

by James Cliffe

NSA Takes Quantum Leaps

The NSA plans to pursue quantum computing as a means to crack encryption, but what is quantum computing and how can it be used?

by James Cliffe