After being promised an exciting new job working in a software company, you are asked to find a bug in some legacy code. Can you do it?
You’ve heard of classical music making babies smarter and plants grow faster, right? How about using it to make chemistry work better?
We report the preparation of a novel amorphous-starch-sucrose organi-framework with ice cream and strawberries.
A new report from the IPCC suggest that humanity will run out of its most precious non-renewable resource in the next three decades; TLAs!
The protein “putin” normally acts to regulate the flow of methane through the digestive system. However, a nonsense mutation of the corresponding KGB gene results in an antimorphic protein, “RASputin” which is linked to a highly invasive cancer known as russocarcinoma.
Local software developer John Walters is on his fifth ‘last bug’ of his code but he has a hunch all of his problems are connected somehow.
More trouble from the JRE! He invited tech entrepreneur Ron Halbert on to the Podcast founder of the scam code academy Silver Fingers
This new revolutionary language is about to replace all other programming languages with it’s easy to understand syntax!
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Tesseractane is the 4-dimensional analogue of cubane, which itself is the 3-dimensional analogue of “squarane”