The fact that you can go in with a hammer and just flail about inside the ribcage for a few seconds while the entire contents of his torso empties in a torrent of bone and flesh is just hilarious to me... I will have to check out more speed run videos.
Nethack is hard because you can be unlucky, and given the amount of time required to play in order to win, the chances of you being unlucky (dying) once ends up being really high. You never know when you may turn a corner and get hit with a wand of death from a random weak monster that is smart enough to know how to work a wand. Just happened to me yesterday, as a matter of fact.
The target Website is protected by cloud security vendor Incapsula, which was able to withstand the massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack and keep the targeted Website up and running.
There are a total of 8 mentions of Incapsula and how fantastic their services are.
You just said they withstood 2400 Gbps, which is incorrect. Also, it should be noted that the 300 Gbps quoted was only the peak, I think the average was only about 120 Gbps.
That would be greeaaaat.
Along the same lines you might be interested to look at acoustic, or "dumb", black holes...
Thanks for mentioning this, I looked it up and found it quite an interesting read. I do not understand most of the technical speak (I am wholly unschooled in this area) but I can at least grasp the general ideas behind everything that was explained, and it was incredibly fascinating.
I find all of your posts on this topic very helpful, thank you for your insight.