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17 Dec 18
Mitesh Shrestha

Note: This article has been compiled as such and in may cases have been copied as such. It is a compilation and has been for educational purposes only. In the nucleus of each cell, the DNA molecule is packaged into thread-like structures called chromosomes. Each chromosome is made up of DNA tightly coiled many times […]

17 Dec 18
The Red (Team) Analysis Society

The purpose of this article is to define the framework within which the Race to Quantum can be understood, to present an adequate tool to handle the multiple characteristics of this race, namely dynamic mapping – for mathematicians dynamic graphs – and to uncover parts of the dynamic map thus achieved as example of what is happening and what can be done to understand. The mapping presented here (work in progress) will progressively include the EU and the Netherlands, Germany, the U.S., China, then, moving to private actors, IBM and Vision Fund. read more…

17 Dec 18
Anne Bonny Book Reviews

Dig Two Graves by Keith Nixon Synopsis: Was it suicide … or murder? Detective Sergeant Solomon Gray is driven to discover the truth. Whatever the personal cost. When teenager Nick Buckingham tumbles from the fifth floor of an apartment block, Detective Sergeant Solomon Gray answers the call with a sick feeling in his stomach. The […]

17 Dec 18
Thoughts On Tai Chi

I will spend some time around Christmas to look at old posts in this blog, update them, change and fix a lot of grammar mistakes. Sometimes when I read my old posts, I feel embarrassed when I see all of the mistakes. Maybe I have improved my English so I recognise more mistakes now. Sometimes […]

17 Dec 18
First Draft

I knew that this “Q”-apalooza thing was going to end in tears. FR now has a Deep State Admin Mod Group going rogue deleting posts about the Deep State [q anon] Reearch on FR ^ | 12/13/2018 | Moi Posted on 12/13/2018, 2:07:50 AM by Paladin2 ***************** Crazy Timez 1 posted on 12/13/2018, 2:07:50 AM […]

17 Dec 18
Melissa's Fandom World

I recently published a Bookish Article about the RARE event; in which I’m telling you about the event itself, which authors are attending and more. Originally, I created ‘Meet the author Monday’ to publish author Q&A’s but I thought it would be a fun idea to talk some more about the authors who are attending […]

17 Dec 18
The Province

Protecting gift cards includes keeping them safe from yourself and reckless spending, as well as from situations beyond your control.

17 Dec 18
Reflection in Education

This next blog will be a little different- my aim being to go through the steps involved in planning and writing a scheme of work. My thinking being, that hopefully this will give an insight into the creation of a fresh SOW and link to how we utilise the practices of a workplace and learning […]

17 Dec 18
Trail of Bits Blog

The Trail of Bits cryptographic services team contributed two cryptography CTF challenges to the recent CSAW CTF. Today we’re going to cover the easier one, titled “Disastrous Security Apparatus – Good luck, ‘k?” This problem involves the Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA) and the way an apparently secure algorithm can be made entirely insecure through surprising […]

17 Dec 18
Security Boulevard

The Trail of Bits cryptographic services team contributed two cryptography CTF challenges to the recent CSAW CTF. Today we’re going to cover the easier one, titled “Disastrous Security Apparatus – Good luck, ‘k?” This problem involves the Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA) and the way an apparently secure algorithm can be made entirely insecure through surprising […]

17 Dec 18
Christian Publishing House Blog

If we would know the fullness of blessing that there is in the prayer life, it is important not only that we pray in the right way, but also that we pray at the right time. Christ’s own example is full of suggestiveness as to the right time for prayer. In the 1st chapter of […]