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skipsbro (1154639) writes "Where I work, there are a around 30 computers in a small building in the middle of dusty nowhere, Texas. While it is air conditioned very well, we have a huge problem with dust. We have weather sealers on the doors, but we still have to deal with people coming in and leaving on about an hourly basis, tracking a lot of dust and mud in from outside and leaving the doors open for minutes at a time. While we already ask (nay, force) people to remove their shoes before they come in, the place is still a dusty mess by the end of the day, and it ends up costing us thousands of dollars in repairs for the computers. Does anyone here have tips on how to cut down on the dust exposure to the computers?"
skipsbro (1154639) writes "ERIE, Pa. — An Erie cancer researcher has found a way to burn salt water, a novel invention that is being touted by one chemist as the "most remarkable" water science discovery in a century.
John Kanzius happened upon the discovery accidentally when he tried to desalinate seawater with a radio-frequency generator he developed to treat cancer. He discovered that as long as the salt water was exposed to the radio frequencies, it would burn.
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