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Physicists Find a Way to Stop Your Rolling Suitcase from Overturning

Researchers from the Paris-Diderot University provided two empirical solutions for the particular suitcase overturning problem.By Kathleen VillaluzJune 24, 2017Are you one of those travelers who finds their flight gate at the last minute? Then you probably often encounter a typical suitcase problem, where they wobble from side to side and eventually tip over as you run to catch your flight.
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These Pac-Man Like Microbots Can Capture and Transport Single Cells

By Shelby RogersAugust 09, 2017A team of researchers developed a way to pre-program tiny structures to help transport things as small as one blood cell. These microscopic cubes earned the name & 34;microbot origami,& 34; and for good reason. The microbots draw on the magnetic energy in their environment to capture each other and get to work.
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Captain Crunch: The Pentagon's Heavy-Duty Weapon Annihilator

By Kathleen VillaluzJuly 25, 2017Have you ever wondered how old or unwanted military weapons are disposed of? It may not come as a surprise to find that a large metal-grinding machine is required to effectively do the job. The US Army& 39;s DLA facility in the Anniston Army Depot in Alabama is home to a mighty weapon annihilator known as Captain Crunch that can destroy around 500-600 pistols in a day.
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Intel Recommends Customers to Avoid Using Current Patches for Meltdown and Spectre

Intel announced that it might have a final solution to the constant reboot issues of its previous Spectre and Meltdown patches; Linus Torvald, creator of Linux, had some less than savory comments on the subject.By Shelby RogersJanuary 23, 2018A little over a week ago, Intel owned up to the fact that some of its firmware updates meant to reduce security threats caused by Spectre and Meltdown were actually causing more issues to several Broadwell and Haswell systems.
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