The main viruses are red, blue and yellow. They’ve appeared in every Dr. Mario game across multiple consoles. We actually know a surprising amount of info about these main viral foes. According to a game manual, the red virus is female and can manipulate heat. Blue can manipulate cold temperatures and yellow can cause people to turn into different shapes or into a whole new species. In a comic book released by Nintendo, the viruses are given names that reflect these abilities. The red one is named Fever, the blue one is called Chill and the yellow virus is named Weird. … [Read more...] about Everything We Know About The Viruses In
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Using tracer viruses, researchers from the University of Arizona in Tucson found that the contamination of just a single doorknob or table top can result in the rapid dissemination of viruses throughout office buildings, hotels, and healthcare facilities. After just two to four hours, the virus could be detected on 40-60% of workers and visitors to facilities and frequently touched objects. … [Read more...] about This Is How Ridiculously Fast Viruses Can Spread In The Workplace
Distrust for Kaspersky’s service is rooted in a law requiring companies located in Russia to route data through Russian ISPs that are allegedly monitored by intelligence operatives. Kaspersky has maintained that the data in its system is encrypted and intercepts would be useless. The company’s founder, Eugene Kaspersky, has also been under scrutiny for his personal ties to Russian intelligence, and several reports have pointed to specific collaboration with the FSB. … [Read more...] about Kaspersky Is Moving Some of Its Operation From Russia to Switzerland to Win Back Trust
“First Nations” is the preferred term to refer to the original inhabitants of the region (think “Native Americans” in the U.S.), and they still have a strong presence there. Our guides, Chris Nelson and Clyde Young imparted local lore and legend and told us the stories that go along with the carvings as we went. At the end of the trail is the crown jewel of the petroglyphs: a series of massive boulders all completely covered in carvings. It was really quite breath-taking. Our guides shared a First Nations song with us, which I used for the video above, and sent us on our way. … [Read more...] about The British Columbian Wilderness and the Baddest Water Filter Ever Built
That extra 2500 addresses Instiki, which runs on port 2500, Ruby's default port. This works well because if you followed my previous Lifehacker feature on setting up your home web server, you may have Apache web server listening on port 80. They're different, unconflicting ports so both can run simultaneously, but to reach your Instiki wiki you must add the :2500 at the end of your computer's address. … [Read more...] about Geek to Live: How to host a personal wiki on your home computer
For the study, a team led by Peter Daszak collected viral data on mammals around the globe. Information from 754 different mammalian species was collected, representing 14 percent of all known mammals. The database was then fed with information about 585 known viruses that infect mammals, a third of which are known to have made the leap to humans. Other information, such as mammalian family types and geography, was also entered into the system. A mathematical model was then used to estimate the likelihood of viruses jumping to humans. … [Read more...] about Which Creature Is Most Likely to Cause the Next Catastrophic Pandemic?