So I’m sitting in my car at this intersection, waiting for the light to change from red to green when I think, “Hmm, why green? Why not blue or purple? Why are things colored the way they are—and how many ways can I answer that question before this light changes? Let’s start with that one!
This episode of SciShow might make you a little paranoid about computer viruses and internet security. But that’s probably a good thing. When we talk about a computer virus, we usually mean any kind of code that’s designed to do harm and spread itself to more computers. They’re created by malicious programmers who might want
This is unacceptable Its all wrong, really wrong What about that (Killing people) isn’t wrong? Go and kill the president if you can but don’t burn our city Bravo, there was no blood (on the ambulance car) Good, there was no blood Live bullets!! Dara’a people are facing live bullets Dara’a people are facing live
[♪INTRO] One Friday in October 2016, a big chunk of the Internet went missing. The internet company Dyn, which routes traffic to Twitter, Netflix, and thousands of other sites, had been paralyzed by bogus requests from hundreds of thousands of computers, all infected with a malicious software called Mirai. But these weren’t any old computers.
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