MIT’s Seth Lloyd says a test for free will versus determinism must predict decisions accurately every time. How does the Turing Machine factor into this?
Archives for October 2013
Hurricanes can be devastatingly destructive, and it can be difficult to tell whether a storm is going to escalate or not. How do these severe storms work?
If you’ve bought ready-to-eat chicken salad, check the label – you’ll need to throw away any listeria-contaminated food to avoid getting sick.
Will Stormageddon, also known as St. Jude’s Storm cause damage rivaling The Great Storm of 1987? This storm’s hurricane-force winds worry residents.
Another large earthquake has struck in Japan – how did today’s quake off Honshu differ from the cataclysmic seismic event that struck Tohoku in 2011?
If you thought the scariest thing about Halloween was the ghouls, think again: Lead in face paint and in candy are waiting to make you sick – and off-label contacts can cause permanent blindness.
Astronomers have found the furthest galaxy from earth yet – billions of light years away. Z8 GND 5296 offers clues about the development of the universe.
In today’s economy, bright and motivated employees can go far – just make sure you’re suited for intrapreneurship before you take the plunge.