…will they come back to haunt you? – Spyware is sneaking onto our computers in nefarious ways. How can we protect ourselves from this sort of thing in the future?

The situation is getting serious: College Facebook posts or pictures can resurface during a job interview. A lost cell phone can expose personal photos or text messages. A legal investigation can subpoena the entire contents of a home or work computer, uncovering incriminating, inconvenient or just embarrassing details from the past.
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How to protect buildings from earthquake damage? Throw an invisibility cloak around them! New research shows that it is possible to develop an “invisibility cloak” to protect buildings from earthquakes. The seismic waves produced by earthquakes include body waves which travel through the earth and surface waves which travel across it. The new technology controls the path of surface waves which are the most damaging and responsible for much of the destruction which follows earthquakes.
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Shots of a ring-like structure emitting an aerosol in the sky have been posted by Clifford Carnicom on his chemtrails website. This structure is surprisingly similar to a “ring”UFO that was videotaped over an amusement park on July 2, 2009. The video taken over the amusement park is a perfect circle hanging in cloud cover. It was dismissed by officials of the King’s Dominion theme park as a smoke ring from their volcano ride, but witnesses did not agree. Now, this additional evidence of such structures suggests that objects of this type are indeed present in our atmosphere.
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When the farmlands of California and Australia are facing a drought, what can they do? They could continue producing food if they could only irrigate their crops with saltwater.

Now an international team of scientists has found a way to do just that. They have developed salt-tolerant plants using a new type of genetic modification, which enables the crop to contain the salt in parts of the plant where it does less damage.

Australian researcher Mark Tester says, “Salinity affects the growth of plants worldwide, particularly in irrigated land where one third of the world

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