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Intel researchers put WiFi inside—the processor, that is - Ars Technica

Intel researchers put WiFi inside—the processor, that is - Ars Technica | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
RedOrbitIntel researchers put WiFi inside—the processor, that isArs TechnicaAt the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner unveiled a pair of technologies coming out of Intel Labs that will overcome...
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No compass available? Here are other means of determining north/south direction.

No compass available? Here are other means of determining north/south direction. | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
You can use nature to determine the general north/south direction in a pinch. Moss, puddles, snow melt patterns, rings in a tree stump, even animal behavior can be used to help you determine your north and south direction of travel. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/navigation/other-means-of-determining-direction
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List of programming steps to take when building .Net MVC application functionality

Just in case you’re asked and want to sound like you know what you’re doing, here are the steps to take when building .Net application functionality. http://geekslop.com/2017/list-programming-steps-take-building-net-mvc-application-functionality
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Preparing an emergency survival kit - supplies needed for the ultimate bugout bag

Preparing an emergency survival kit - supplies needed for the ultimate bugout bag | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
The environment you will operate in is key to the types of items you will need in your survival kit and how much equipment you put in it depends on how long you will be required to survive using the items in your bugout bag. Make sure you keep important life-saving items on your person in case you lose your bag. http://wildernessarena.com/supplies/survival-kits/survival-kits
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Rattan palm - use for food, water, and tool construction

Rattan palm - use for food, water, and tool construction | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
The rattan palm is a strong, vine-like, robust climbing plant that differs from other palms in having tough, thin stems and a climbing behavior. It has prickly hooks or whitish spines on the mid-rib of its leaves that it uses to remain attached to the trees on which it grows. http://wildernessarena.com/food-water-shelter/food-food-water-shelter/food-procurement/edible-wild-plants/rattan-palm
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Cell phone jammer circuit (GSM1900 network)

Cell phone jammer circuit (GSM1900 network) | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
A mobile phone jammer circuit usable with GSM1900 and an effective frequency range of 1930 MHz through 1990 MHz. The GSM1900 network is used in Canada, South America, and the United States (T-Mobile and AT&T). http://geekslop.com/2017/cell-phone-jammer-circuit-gsm1900-network
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The big list of electronic component and integrated circuit (IC) package types

The big list of electronic component and integrated circuit (IC) package types | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Integrated circuit packages, the form an IC is manufactured in, are as wide and varied as a Donald Trump “alternative truth”. Below is the big list of integrated circuit (IC) package types including the package name, package full (official) name, remarks and notes, and a picture of diagram of the electronic package. http://geekslop.com/2017/list-of-electronic-component-integrated-circuit-ic-package-types
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How to use the stars for navigation (in northern and southern hemispheres)

How to use the stars for navigation (in northern and southern hemispheres) | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
In a wilderness survival situation, you can determine direction using “markers” in the sky, constellations and key stars, that point the way North or South. The astronomical objects to use for nighttime navigation are dependent upon your location – Northern Hemisphere or Southern Hemisphere. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/navigation/using-the-stars-for-navigation
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How to use the Sun and shadows for navigation

How to use the Sun and shadows for navigation | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
The earth’s relationship to the sun can help you to determine direction (celestial navigation). Shadows will move in the opposite direction of the sun (shadows move from west to east). There are various methods you can use to determine the time or direction using the sun and shadows. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/navigation/using-the-sun-and-shadows-for-navigation
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Water stills - how to build a water still to collect water in the wild

Water stills - how to build a water still to collect water in the wild | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
You can utilize water stills in various environments. Even hot, arid desert habitats can yield water to a parched survivalist. Stills draw moisture from the ground or from plant material through the processes of evaporation and condensation. http://wildernessarena.com/food-water-shelter/water-food-water-shelter/water-procurement/building-water-stills
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Camouflage - how to hide shape, color, noise, smell, and movement when stalking and anti-tracking

Camouflage - how to hide shape, color, noise, smell, and movement when stalking and anti-tracking | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
In a survival situation, especially in a hostile environment, you may find it necessary to camouflage yourself, your equipment, and your movement. Effective camouflage may mean the difference between survival and capture by the enemy. Camouflage and movement techniques, such as stalking, will also help you obtain game for food. http://wildernessarena.com/dangers/hostile-areas/camouflage-in-a-survival-situation
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Water Crossings - how to cross deadly water obstacles in a survival situation

Water Crossings - how to cross deadly water obstacles in a survival situation | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
In a survival situation, you may have to cross a water obstacle. It may be in the form of a river, a stream, a lake, a bog, quicksand, quagmire, or muskeg. Even in the desert, flash floods occur, making streams an obstacle. Whatever the obstacle, you need to know how to cross it safely. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/movement-environment/water-crossings
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Survival sewing - complete guide to sewing and repair in the wilderness

Survival sewing - complete guide to sewing and repair in the wilderness | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Possessing the knowledge and ability to sew is an essential toolset if you are to survive in the wild for any extended period of time. Clothing, shelter, shoes, and tools may need to be repaired and often those repairs require basic sewing technique. http://wildernessarena.com/skills/general-repair/survival-sewing
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How to survive in extreme, hot conditions (desert survival)

How to survive in extreme, hot conditions (desert survival) | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
To survive and evade in hot, arid or desert areas, you must understand and prepare for the environment you will face. You must determine your equipment needs, the tactics you will use, and how the environment will affect you and your tactics. Your survival will depend upon your knowledge of the terrain, basic climatic elements, your ability to cope with these elements, and your will to survive. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/desert-survival/desert-survival
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Check out the WannaCry/WannaCryptor/WanaDecryptor (WCry 2.0) ransomware indicators

Somebody dumped a file in VirusTotal claiming it’s the new WCry 2.0 variant that’s wreaking havoc today. Details below but take with grain of salt until we know more. http://geekslop.com/2017/check-wannacrywannacryptorwanadecryptor-wcry-2-0-ransomware-indicators
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The ultimate guide to splices and whippings (used to splice ropes together)

The ultimate guide to splices and whippings (used to splice ropes together) | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
It is not uncommon, especially in a wilderness survival situation where you possess limited supplies, to encounter situations where a longer length of rope is needed. Rope splices are used to splice shorter lengths of rope together to form a single, larger length of rope. Good rope splices hold tight without impacting the natural shape and resiliency of the rope. http://wildernessarena.com/skills/knots-and-rope/splices
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How to protect against gas (chemical) and viral (biological) attacks - respirators are key to survival

How to protect against gas (chemical) and viral (biological) attacks - respirators are key to survival | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
A respirator device is designed to protect the wearer from inhaling harmful dusts, fumes, vapors, or gases. Recent studies (2012) indicate that respirators even provide the best protection against airborne viruses. It is imperative however, that you understand the various types (categories) and qualities (ratings) of respirators in order to select one that will provide the protection you need to survive. http://wildernessarena.com/dangers/hostile-areas/gas-chemical-viral-biological-attacks-respirators-survival
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How to survive a mass public shooting - tips for avoiding the shooter's sights and getting out alive

How to survive a mass public shooting - tips for avoiding the shooter's sights and getting out alive | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Despite what many believe, random mass public shootings are not uncommon occurrences. In October 2014, Harvard Research showed the rate of mass shootings has tripled since 2012. In the event that you are caught in or near a public shooting rampage, there are steps you can take to survive a mass public shooting. http://wildernessarena.com/urban-survival-2/urban-hostile-areas/how-to-survive-a-public-shooting
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Wonderful take on President Donald Trump from a man who's lived through banana dictator leadership

I clipped this response, written by a man from Buenos Aires, for my own personal collection. After reading it a few times, I realized it offered wonderful insight into a political system most Americans are not familiar with. Below is Luis M. Gonzalez’s answer to the question, “Why do some liberals vehemently loathe Donald Trump?” http://geekslop.com/2017/wonderful-take-president-donald-trump-man-whos-lived-banana-dictator-leadership
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How to make a compass in the wilderness for daytime navigation

How to make a compass in the wilderness for daytime navigation | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Navigation at night can easily be accomplished via stars and constellations but during the day, you must have an alternative means to determine north and south. The easiest way is to construct a simple compass. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/navigation/making-compasses-in-the-wild
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How to prevent and treat shock in an injured person

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Shock is a life threatening condition that usually results from severe physiological stress and/or the lack of sufficient blood flow. Any injured person can go into shock. To prevent or reduce harm from shock, you must treat an injured person appropriately. http://wildernessarena.com/skills/first-aid-health-and-first-aid/preventing-and-treating-shock
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Water sources - how to find water in just about any circumstance

Water sources - how to find water in just about any circumstance | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
You are in the wilderness and you need water – finding water is critical. You can only live three days without it. What do you do? Almost any environment has water present to some degree. You just have to know where to look. http://wildernessarena.com/food-water-shelter/water-food-water-shelter/water-procurement/water-sources
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Surviving in hostile areas - how to evade, hide, and avoid capture

Surviving in hostile areas - how to evade, hide, and avoid capture | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Survival movement in hostile areas Adversaries have made great progress in air defense measures and radio direction finder (RDF) techniques. You must assume that if trapped in a hostile area, you may not experience quick recovery by friendly elements. You may have to move for extended times and... http://wildernessarena.com/dangers/hostile-areas/operating-in-hostile-areas
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Look to the sky for your weather forecast - clouds as foretellers of weather

Look to the sky for your weather forecast - clouds as foretellers of weather | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
About 200 years ago an Englishman classified clouds according to what they looked like to a person seeing them from the ground. He grouped them into three classes and gave them Latin names: cirrus, cumulus, and stratus. By being familiar with the different cloud formation and what weather they portend, you can take appropriate action for your protection. http://wildernessarena.com/environment/weather/clouds-as-foretellers-of-weather
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Tick - the dangers of tick bites, how to avoid them, and how to treat

Tick - the dangers of tick bites, how to avoid them, and how to treat | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
Ticks are in the same family as spiders and hence share some characteristics with them (e.g. like spiders, Ticks have eight legs). They are parasites living on the blood of other animals a practice which makes them vectors (carriers) of several diseases including Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. http://wildernessarena.com/dangers/animals/poisonous-animals/tick
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Desert shelters - how to build an efficient shelter in desert conditions

Desert shelters - how to build an efficient shelter in desert conditions | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
In the dry, arid, desert environment, you must consider the time, effort, and material needed to make a shelter. Any unneeded body movement will consume precious water. You want your desert shelter to be effective but simple to construct. http://wildernessarena.com/food-water-shelter/shelter-natural-shelter/desert-shelters
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