Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Finland Hacked Credit Card

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Malaysia Hacked Credit Card

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United States Hacked Credit Card | 30 August 2017

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Brazil Hacked Credit Card | High Balance

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South Africa Hacked Credit Card

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Turkey Hacked Credit Card

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KUWAIT Hacked Credit Card

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Spain Hacked Credit Card

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ITALY Hacked Credit Card

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Hacked Credit Card 30 August 2017

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Saturday, 26 August 2017

Mayweather vs McGregor LIVE!

Floyd Mayweather takes on the notorious Conor McGregor in the biggest fight in combat sports history. Worlds collide as the king of boxing meets the king of MMA in a historical fight for the ages live from Las Vegas. Join The True Geordie & Laurence McKenna on The Knockout as they watch the biggest fight ever with all the lads from YouTube!

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McGregor did start the cross-code showdown the better of the pair, but as the fight reached its second half the UFC superstar faded quickly and was stopped on his feet by referee Robert Byrd in the 10th.

Speaking after his stoppage defeat, McGregor admitted that he was tiring, but he would have liked Byrd to let him at least hit the canvas before waving off the contest.

"I would have liked the ref to let me keep going. I was a little fatigued, but let me go down, let's see how things play out," McGregor said.

Mayweather lands a heavy shot on McGregor
Mayweather lands a heavy shot on McGregor
"I've been strangled on live TV before and came back.

"There's a lot on the line here, let me keep going. He had a lot more experience and I have to give it to him, that's what 50 pro fights will give you.

"Being wobbly and fatigued, that's energy, that's not damage, I'm clear headed.

Floyd Mayweather says that Conor McGregor was better than he thought but that he was the better man on the night as he executed his game plan to win in 10th round

"I thought I took the early rounds and I made him change his style. He was very composed, not that fast or powerful, but very patient, fair play to him, he's had a great career.

"Hopefully I entertained the fans, I thought it was close, I just thought the stoppage was a bit early, I often get like that.

"Where were the final two rounds? Let me at least wobble back to the corner and try to recompose myself."

Micromax Canvas Infinity Unboxing: specs, features, camera and price

Canvas Infinity is the first bezel-less phone from Micromax that priced aggressively at Rs 9,999. The phone looks similar to the LG Q6 built on the design of LG flagship G6 boasting a bezel-less design. The obvious benefit is that the phone is able to pack a big screen in a much smaller form factor.
The phone will be available on Amazon from September 1 and at offline retail stores as well soon after. Canvas Infinity also ships with latest Android Nougat version 7.1.2 out of the box and runs its own UI atop the OS.

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Nokia 8 first look: camera, display, design and performance

Nokia 8 is Nokia's first Android smartphone. As it returns to the smartphone market, doing things differently is the first thing on Nokia's mind.
Can Nokia 8 stand against the likes of oneplus 5, Galaxy S8 or the iPhone 7? Can it recreate the nostalgia surrounding it with the Nokia 8?

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Hacked Credit Card 20th August 2017

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If Russia is funding right-wing politicians within the EU, why doesn't the EU return the favor and start funding Putin's opponents in Russia?

There are numerous reports about how Russia is financing right-wing politicians within the EU in order to unbalance the Union. But why doesn't the EU return the favor and start funding people like Alexei Navalny or Mikhail Khodorkovsky?

Russia already claims that "the West" is funding it's opposition, so it wouldn't give any more ammunition to Russian propaganda.


First, this article you've linked asserts that there is a deliberate campaign from the Russian government which tries to influence the French elections. For this, various subjects are identified:

the Russian Government
Russian banks
a former KGB agent
members of the Russian parliament
an ally of Putin
a Russian NGO
Kremlin officials
Russian authorities
three French NGOs
Russian state media outlets RT and Sputnik
a "structured group" of hackers "based in Russia"
Let us assume that this is all true and uncontroversial (which it is not), and that the actions of all these subjects are not independent but orchestrated from the top, for which this article provides no proof whatsoever. Then we can already see that structure of the alleged influence: there is just little direct influence by the Russian government or Putin, but mostly over indirect channels such as other members of the Russian Parliament, NGOs, and state-financed media outlets. So these are the channels that we should also look into the other way round.

Secondly, you assume the EU does nothing to support Russian dissidents, which is untrue.

Official support directly from the EU is quite difficult. The EU has a complicated constitutional structure to reach political decisions, and a large bureaucracy. So official support by highest EU institutions, if it were intended, would also face various obstacles. There is an official program to support human rights, however it seems the usual EU bureaucratic nightmare to apply for such a grant, see e.g. the following old example.

There are examples of direct funding of Russian NGOs by the EU, see

Some of the authorities of the EU could, however, take personally a supporting role for dissidents. They are:

The head of the European Council, Donald Tusk
The head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker
The president of the EU parliament, until recently Martin Schulz
The EU high representative, Federica Mogherini.
I will here deal only with the last two.

Federica Mogherini has been criticized by a large group of the European security elite for taking a 'weak' stance against Russia, see here or enter link description here. Actually, on the list of signatories, there is Garry Kasparov, another Russian dissident. So you see here already some involvement between think tanks and a Russian dissident.

For Martin Schulz, a quick glance on the Khodorkovsky website (as of April 25 2017) shows that there are EU activities, for instance the Boris Nemtsov Forum in Brussels, where Martin Schulz, the then-presiding President of the European Parliament, was attending (see other speakers including other members of the EU parliament) The Nemzow Forum lists as its partners the major fractions of the EU parliament as well as the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation for Freedom which is related to the German Liberal Party.

The main influence into the internal business of foreign states actually happens via such think tanks and party political foundations. Especially German party political foundations have a long history of influencing the inner politics of foreign states, and particularly in supporting the opposition in states which oppose the foreign policy goals of the German government. I've provided already the connection of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, similar connections can be found for other political party foundations in germany. That's why the Russian authorities also targeted them in a crackdown to prevent further meddling into the internal politics of Russia.

So as some commenters metioned before, the western powers first started by interfering into Russian politics, not least by their unequivocal support for Yeltzin, who even commanded tanks to shoot at the Parliament (can one be more anti-democratic than that? Yet, Putin is the bad guy and Yeltzin was an angel in the western press. But this is another story…)

How does North Korea prevent their ambassadors/diplomats living abroad from defecting?

There's an implicit assumption here which is that the more exposure you have to the truth about North Korea the more likely you are to defect.

With that assumption out in the open, my question is about the North Korean diplomats who live abroad around the world. Presumably it's difficult for North Korea to prevent them absorbing information and media from the outside world. Perhaps their computers are connected to the (unrestricted) internet, or they can use computers outside the embassy.

Do we know whether defection from embassies is a problem for North Korea? Do we know whether North Korea implements any measures to prevent it? Is it not a problem because my assumption at the top is incorrect?


I can't answer about North Korea (as nobody really has much visibility into how they operate), but it's known and clear how other countries (like USSR) did it in the past. It's a combination of:

One's family being hostage. If a person defects, their family WILL suffer, and they know it. Oh, and having a family to make suffer is more likely than not a pre-requisite for such a post.
Benefits of being a big fish in a little pond.

One thing that needs to be recognized in reality is, very often people at the top in a dictatorship live VERY good lives (either as absolute, or — more important to human psychology — compared to the Joneses down the street).

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Hacked Credit Card 19 August 2107

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Affordable lead sensor for home, city water lines

ANN ARBOR—A new electronic lead sensor, potentially costing around $20, could keep an eye on home and city water quality, alerting residents and officials to the presence of lead within nine days. University of Michigan researchers are seeking partners to bring the technology to market.

The Flint water crisis showed the nation that old water systems believed to have been stable for decades can suddenly expose thousands of people to a neurotoxin if lead piping is corroded by a change in water quality. In addition, standard water sample tests require users to run their water for several minutes, missing any lead that leaches into the water from the home's own pipes.

Mark Burns, the T.C. Chang Professor of Chemical Engineering at U-M, and his colleagues set out to develop an inexpensive sensor that could be placed at key points in city water systems as well as at the taps in homes.

"I hope it will have some impact because it is scary to think about having lead in your water," Burns said.

The trick is separating lead from all the other metals that might be present in water, most of them only hazardous in very high doses.

"Since iron is the most common metal in water and is basically harmless (besides having a bad odor), we see it as interfering with our sensor," said Wen-Chi Lin, a recent Ph.D. graduate in chemical engineering.

So, she designed a sensor that could differentiate between lead and other metals like iron. It relies on two pairs of electrodes. The positive electrode and its neutral neighbor set up an electron-poor environment, while the negative electrode and its neutral neighbor create an electron-rich environment.

The negative electrode offers electrons to positive ions, capturing most metals. The metals are already oxidized in water, meaning they've given up some of their electrons, so they prefer an opportunity to get electrons back.

However, lead is attracted to the positive side of the electrode set—it is the only contaminant metal that readily loses more electrons and oxidizes further.

Lin tested the sensors in a variety of environments: simulated tap water and water from an actual tap, spiked with metals or not. As lead builds up on the positive electrode, it eventually reaches the neutral electrode, closing the circuit and generating a voltage. Above a one-volt signal, the system registers a hit.

It's a similar story on the negative electrode, picking up high concentrations of iron, zinc and copper, which can also become health concerns. The sensor can differentiate between a lead problem and a problem with one of these other metals.

"There could be an app that would monitor all the taps, and it could just send you an email message when it detected an event," Burns said.

Lin was especially conscious of false positives—a detection means that the electrode is out of commission for good (but not the whole sensor), and it could cause an unnecessary scare for a family or official.

The one potential for a false lead alert is if the copper concentration is too high. Copper is so good at grabbing extra electrons that it can build up on the neutral electrode next to the positive electrode. But copper only creates a voltage at high concentrations, approaching its Environmental Protection Agency action limit of 1,300 parts per billion.

Lead, in contrast, shows up at 15 parts per billion—its EPA action limit—after about a week. This level of exposure isn't thought to elevate blood levels in adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A larger concentration of lead, 150 parts per billion, was picked up after just one or two days, depending on the water chemistry.

Lin believes that with optimization, the positive electrode could be better yet at attracting lead but not copper.

The study is published in Analytical Chemistry, titled, "A drinking water sensor for lead and other heavy metals."


Friday, 18 August 2017

Lenovo K8 review: display, camera, battery and performance

Lenovo has switched to stock Android for making its new flagship the K8 Note. But does that make it faster, or better for that matter? It is priced at Rs 12,999 for the 3/32GB variant and Rs 13,999 for the 4GB/64GB variant.

next communications satellite, TDRS-M, lanuched into space

LIVE ROCKET LAUNCH! Watch as we send our next communications satellite, TDRS-M, into space. Liftoff is targeted for 8:03 a.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-M (TDRS) system is our network of specialized communications satellites that provide services to many of our spacecraft. Watch:

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Thursday, 17 August 2017

MSI GT73VR Titan Pro Review

MSI GT73VR 7RF Titan Pro, a 17.3” desktop replacement gaming laptop with Intel 7th gen Kaby Lake quad core 45 watt CPUs and NVIDIA GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1070 SLI options. The GT series is MSI’s top of the line with excellent performance and cooling. The Titan Pro GT73VR line is available with Core i7-7700HQ and i7-7820HK CPUs, DDR4 RAM (64GB max), a 256GB SSD, 1TB 7200 RPM HDD and Killer AC1525 WiFi and Killer Gigabit Ethernet.

It’s available with a G-Sync 1920 x 1080 120Hz fast 5ms refresh for games/fps and there’s a 4K IPS option. It has 3 M.2 SSD bays (available mostly with PCIe NVMe drives), a SteelSeries RGB backlit keyboard, switchable graphics via hardware button, a Thunderbolt 3 port and more.

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Diabetes Causes Shift in Oral Microbiome That Fosters Periodontitis

A new study led by University of Pennsylvania researchers has found that the oral microbiome is affected by diabetes, causing a shift to increase its pathogenicity. The research, published in the journal Cell Host & Microbe this week, not only showed that the oral microbiome of mice with diabetes shifted but that the change was associated with increased inflammation and bone loss.

“Up until now, there had been no concrete evidence that diabetes affects the oral microbiome,” said Dana Graves, senior author on the new study and vice dean of scholarship and research at Penn’s School of Dental Medicine. “But the studies that had been done were not rigorous.”

Just four years ago, the European Federation of Periodontology and the American Academy of Periodontology issued a report stating there is no compelling evidence that diabetes is directly linked to changes in the oral microbiome. But Graves and colleagues were skeptical and decided to pursue the question, using a mouse model that mimics Type 2 diabetes.

“My argument was that the appropriate studies just hadn’t been done, so I decided, We’ll do the appropriate study,” Graves said.

Graves co-authored the study with Kyle Bittinger of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, who assisted with microbiome analysis, along with E Xiao from Peking University, who was the first author, and co-authors from the University of São Paulo, Sichuan University, the Federal University of Minas Gerais and the University of Capinas. The authors consulted with Daniel Beiting of Penn Vet’s Center for Host-Microbial Interactions and did the bone-loss measurements at the Penn Center for Musculoskeletal Diseases.

The researchers began by characterizing the oral microbiome of diabetic mice compared to healthy mice. They found that the diabetic mice had a similar oral microbiome to their healthy counterparts when they were sampled prior to developing high blood sugar levels, or hyperglycemia. But, once the diabetic mice were hyperglycemic, their microbiome became distinct from their normal littermates, with a less diverse community of bacteria.

The diabetic mice also had periodontitis, including a loss of bone supporting the teeth, and increased levels of IL-17, a signaling molecule important in immune response and inflammation. Increased levels of IL-17 in humans are associated with periodontal disease.

“The diabetic mice behaved similar to humans that had periodontal bone loss and increased IL-17 caused by a genetic disease,” Graves said.

The findings underscored an association between changes in the oral microbiome and periodontitis but didn’t prove that the microbial changes were responsible for disease. To drill in on the connection, the researchers transferred microorganisms from the diabetic mice to normal germ-free mice, animals that have been raised without being exposed to any microbes.

These recipient mice also developed bone loss. A micro-CT scan revealed they had 42 percent less bone than mice that had received a microbial transfer from normal mice. Markers of inflammation also went up in the recipients of the diabetic oral microbiome.

“We were able to induce the rapid bone loss characteristic of the diabetic group into a normal group of animals simply by transferring the oral microbiome,” said Graves.

With the microbiome now implicated in causing the periodontitis, Graves and colleagues wanted to know how. Suspecting that inflammatory cytokines, and specifically IL-17, played a role, the researchers repeated the microbiome transfer experiments, this time injecting the diabetic donors with an anti-IL-17 antibody prior to the transfer. Mice that received microbiomes from the treated diabetic mice had much less severe bone loss compared to mice that received a microbiome transfer from untreated mice.

The findings “demonstrate unequivocally” that diabetes-induced changes in the oral microbiome drive inflammatory changes that enhance bone loss in periodontitis, the authors wrote.

Though IL-17 treatment was effective at reducing bone loss in the mice, it is unlikely to be a reasonable therapeutic strategy in humans due to its key role in immune protection. But Graves noted that the study highlights the importance for people with diabetes of controlling blood sugar and practicing good oral hygiene.

“Diabetes is one of the systemic disease that is most closely linked to periodontal disease, but the risk is substantially ameliorated by good glycemic control,” he said. “And good oral hygiene can take the risk even further down.”


New ultrathin semiconductor materials exceed some of silicon’s ‘secret’ powers

The next generation of feature-filled and energy-efficient electronics will require computer chips just a few atoms thick. For all its positive attributes, trusty silicon can’t take us to these ultrathin extremes.

Now, electrical engineers at Stanford have identified two semiconductors – hafnium diselenide and zirconium diselenide – that share or even exceed some of silicon’s desirable traits, starting with the fact that all three materials can “rust.”

“It’s a bit like rust, but a very desirable rust,” said Eric Pop, an associate professor of electrical engineering, who co-authored with post-doctoral scholar Michal Mleczko a paper that appears in the journal Science Advances.

The new materials can also be shrunk to functional circuits just three atoms thick and they require less energy than silicon circuits. Although still experimental, the researchers said the materials could be a step toward the kinds of thinner, more energy-efficient chips demanded by devices of the future.

Silicon’s strengths
Silicon has several qualities that have led it to become the bedrock of electronics, Pop explained. One is that it is blessed with a very good “native” insulator, silicon dioxide or, in plain English, silicon rust. Exposing silicon to oxygen during manufacturing gives chip-makers an easy way to isolate their circuitry. Other semiconductors do not “rust” into good insulators when exposed to oxygen, so they must be layered with additional insulators, a step that introduces engineering challenges. Both of the diselenides the Stanford group tested formed this elusive, yet high-quality insulating rust layer when exposed to oxygen.

Not only do both ultrathin semiconductors rust, they do so in a way that is even more desirable than silicon. They form what are called “high-K” insulators, which enable lower power operation than is possible with silicon and its silicon oxide insulator.

As the Stanford researchers started shrinking the diselenides to atomic thinness, they realized that these ultrathin semiconductors share another of silicon’s secret advantages: the energy needed to switch transistors on – a critical step in computing, called the band gap – is in a just-right range. Too low and the circuits leak and become unreliable. Too high and the chip takes too much energy to operate and becomes inefficient. Both materials were in the same optimal range as silicon.

All this and the diselenides can also be fashioned into circuits just three atoms thick, or about two-thirds of a nanometer, something silicon cannot do.

“Engineers have been unable to make silicon transistors thinner than about five nanometers, before the material properties begin to change in undesirable ways,” Pop said.

The combination of thinner circuits and desirable high-K insulation means that these ultrathin semiconductors could be made into transistors 10 times smaller than anything possible with silicon today.

“Silicon won’t go away. But for consumers this could mean much longer battery life and much more complex functionality if these semiconductors can be integrated with silicon,” Pop said.

More work to do
There is much work ahead. First, Mleczko and Pop must refine the electrical contacts between transistors on their ultrathin diselenide circuits. “These connections have always proved a challenge for any new semiconductor, and the difficulty becomes greater as we shrink circuits to the atomic scale,” Mleczko said.

They are also working to better control the oxidized insulators to ensure they remain as thin and stable as possible. Last, but not least, only when these things are in order will they begin to integrate with other materials and then to scale up to working wafers, complex circuits and, eventually, complete systems.

“There’s more research to do, but a new path to thinner, smaller circuits – and more energy-efficient electronics – is within reach,” Pop said.

Additional Stanford contributors to this research include: Chaofan Zhang, Hye Ryoung Lee, Hsueh-Hui Kuo, Blanka Magyari-Köpe, Robert G. Moore, Zhi-Xun Shen, Ian R. Fisher, and Professor Yoshio Nishi.

The work was supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), the National Science Foundation, Stanford Initiative for Novel Materials and Processes (INMP), the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Division of Material Sciences, and an NSERC PGS-D fellowship.


New source of energy-critical lithium found in supervolcanoes

Most of the lithium used to make the lithium-ion batteries that power modern electronics comes from Australia and Chile. But Stanford scientists say there are large deposits in sources right here in America: supervolcanoes.

In a study published today in Nature Communications, scientists detail a new method for locating lithium in supervolcanic lake deposits. The findings represent an important step toward diversifying the supply of this valuable silvery-white metal, since lithium is an energy-critical strategic resource, said study co-author Gail Mahood, a professor of geological sciences at Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences.

“We’re going to have to use electric vehicles and large storage batteries to decrease our carbon footprint,” Mahood said. “It’s important to identify lithium resources in the U.S. so that our supply does not rely on single companies or countries in a way that makes us subject to economic or political manipulation.”

Supervolcanoes can produce massive eruptions of hundreds to thousands of cubic kilometers of magma – up to 10,000 times more than a typical eruption from a Hawaiian volcano. They also produce vast quantities of pumice and volcanic ash that are spread over wide areas. They appear as huge holes in the ground, known as calderas, rather than the cone-like shape typically associated with volcanoes because the enormous loss of magma causes the roof of the chamber to collapse following eruption.

The resulting hole often fills with water to form a lake – Oregon’s Crater Lake is a prime example. Over tens of thousands of years, rainfall and hot springs leach out lithium from the volcanic deposits. The lithium accumulates, along with sediments, in the caldera lake, where it becomes concentrated in a clay called hectorite.

Exploring supervolcanoes for lithium would diversify its global supply. Major lithium deposits are currently mined from brine deposits in high-altitude salt flats in Chile and pegmatite deposits in Australia. The supervolcanoes pose little risk of eruption because they are ancient.

“The caldera is the ideal depositional basin for all this lithium,” said lead author Thomas Benson, a recent PhD graduate at Stanford Earth, who began working on the study in 2012.

Since its discovery in the 1800s, lithium has largely been used in psychiatric treatments and nuclear weapons. Beginning in the 2000s, lithium became the major component of lithium-ion batteries, which today provide portable power for everything from cellphones and laptops to electric cars. Volvo Cars recently announced its commitment to only produce new models of its vehicles as hybrids or battery-powered options beginning in 2019, a sign that demand for lithium-ion batteries will continue to increase.

“We’ve had a gold rush, so we know how, why and where gold occurs, but we never had a lithium rush,” Benson said. “The demand for lithium has outpaced the scientific understanding of the resource, so it’s essential for the fundamental science behind these resources to catch up.”

Working backward
To identify which supervolcanoes offer the best sources of lithium, researchers measured the original concentration of lithium in the magma. Because lithium is a volatile element that easily shifts from solid to liquid to vapor, it is very difficult to measure directly and original concentrations are poorly known.

So, the researchers analyzed tiny bits of magma trapped in crystals during growth within the magma chamber. These “melt inclusions,” completely encapsulated within the crystals, survive the supereruption and remain intact throughout the weathering process. As such, melt inclusions record the original concentrations of lithium and other elements in the magma. Researchers sliced through the host crystals to expose these preserved magma blebs, which are 10 to 100 microns in diameter, then analyzed them with the Sensitive High Resolution Ion Microprobe in the SHRIMP-RG Laboratory at Stanford Earth.

“Understanding how lithium is transported in magmas and what causes a volcanic center to become enriched in lithium has never really systematically been done before,” Benson said.

The team analyzed samples from a range of tectonic settings, including the Kings Valley deposit in the McDermitt volcanic field located on the Nevada-Oregon border, which erupted 16.5 to 15.5 million years ago and is known to be rich in lithium. They compared results from this volcanic center with samples from the High Rock caldera complex in Nevada, Sierra la Primavera in Mexico, Pantelleria in the Strait of Sicily, Yellowstone in Wyoming and Hideaway Park in Colorado, and determined that lithium concentrations varied widely as a function of the tectonic setting of the supervolcano.

“If you have a lot of magma erupting, it doesn’t have to have as much lithium in it to produce something that is worthy of economic interest as we previously thought,” Mahood said. “You don’t need extraordinarily high concentrations of lithium in the magma to form lithium deposits and reserves.”

Improving identification
In addition to exploring for lithium, the researchers analyzed other trace elements to determine their correlations with lithium concentrations. As a result, they discovered a previously unknown correlation that will now enable geologists to identify candidate supervolcanoes for lithium deposits in a much easier way than measuring lithium directly in melt inclusions. The trace elements can be used as a proxy for original lithium concentration. For example, greater abundance of easily analyzed rubidium in the bulk deposits indicates more lithium, whereas high concentrations of zirconium indicate less lithium.

“We can essentially use the zirconium content to determine the lithium content within about 100 parts per million,” Benson said. “Now that we have a way to easily find more of these lithium deposits, it shows that this fundamental geological work can help solve societal problems – that’s really exciting.”

Co-authors of the paper, “Lithium enrichment in intracontinental rhyolite magmas leads to Li deposits in caldera basins,” include Matthew Coble, a research and development scientist and engineer at Stanford University, and James Rytuba of the U.S. Geological Survey. The research was partially supported by a U.S. Department of Defense NDSEG Fellowship.

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Hacked Credit Card 17 August 2017

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Why would China object to a US-friendly Korea on their border?

I typically hear two main justifications offered for China's support of North Korea: collapse of the DPRK would result in one or both of

A refugee crisis as displaced North Koreans seek asylum in China
One way or another, the establishment of a government friendly to the US on China's borders
For example, this article, cited in this Po answer.

I have a hard time following the logic behind the second reason. The only issue I can see in sharing a border with a US-friendly power is vulnerability in the event of a ground invasion of Chinese territory. The only circumstance I can conceive of that would involve a major act of aggression on China's part against the territory of a neighbor. Even then, it seems unlikely.

Is there some other reason why a "buffer state" is important?


The only issue I can see in sharing a border with a US-friendly power is vulnerability in the event of a ground invasion of Chinese territory.
Sharing a border can be an issue even without a ground invasion. It can easily be used to make threats of invasion, or to spy on them...

Moreover, it is true that China is already threatened by South Korea, but there is an equilibrium with North Korea, which would disappear in this line of events.

You also wrote:

The only circumstance I can conceive of that would involve a major act of aggression on China's part against the territory of a neighbor. Even then, it seems unlikely.

For this kind of problem, you cannot focus on next year. Any such decision have consequences over 50 years, and often over centuries. It is not wise to assume that an invasion is impossible because it is unlikely now. Moreover, China will not give something to the US without getting anything.

What legal accountability was available for the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

What legal accountability, if any, was available regarding the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki around that time?

Who could request an investigation into the incident? Could people who weren't US citizens request that the US government or other body investigate the incident? Would those investigating the incident be free to investigate it without being forbidden by their superiors? Would the POTUS be immune from prosecution unless he were impeached by congress? And what about those following orders given directly or indirectly by the POTUS?

I know that attitudes towards the bombing are different between then and now, and that attitudes towards the US being held accountable for war crimes or crimes against humanity are also very different between then and now. But I want to know if there was a process that could have been taken if it were so desired.


Since the bombing was a military act carried out during wartime, it's highly unlikely that any legal action could have been taken. Nuclear bombs were a brand new weapon, and thus there were no existing rules regarding their use.

But legal hypotheticals aside, the reality is that public opinion was firmly behind the President. After being at war since 1941 and suffering hundreds of thousands of casualties, the U.S. populace was ready for the war to end.

However, ending the war in the Pacific required complete surrender from the Japanese. Since they were intent on fighting to the last man, this would have necessitated an invasion of mainland Japan - a bloody endeavor that military planners estimated could result in up to 1,000,000 American casualities.

The atomic bombs changed everything. Yes, they were destructive and caused immense casualities in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but their use forced the Japanese to surrender far earlier than they otherwise would have - thus saving countless American (and Japanese) lives in the long run.

So, even if there had been a clear avenue for legal recourse, it's doubtful there would have been any public support for it.

LG Q6 unboxing and quick review – camera, display, specs and price

LG’s Q6 stands out in the under 15k segment, thanks to its bezel-less screen borrowed from the LG G6. The phone is a doppelganger to the flagship phone, only lighter and smaller. But does it perform to the likes of Moto G5 Plus that run stock Android and a superior chipset in the same price?
The LG Q6 not only has the basic qualcomm chip but also runs the modified Android that requires more performance hardware. Rest assured the phone is handy despite a 5.5 inch display and that is the best thing about the phone.

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Nokia 8: specs, expected launch, price, and features

Nokia has launched its first premium segment phone, the Nokia 8. The phone comes with dual camera at the back but with carl zeiss lenses for sharp imagery.

While the India price in not yet known, Nokia is expected to price it closer to the 128GB OnePlus 5 to give it a tough competetion in India. Not only does it have some new features, but comes with a Quad HD display. In fact at Rs 39,990, it would be a flagship killer with almost nothing to nitpick. The phone is expected to arrive in India in september.

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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Hacked Credit Card 16th August 2017

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