curmudgeon99 writes: "A researcher has found a way to use a radio-frequency generator to allow salt water to burn. Apparently, the radio waves weaken the bond that hold the hydrogen atom in the water molecule. As long as the radio waves are maintained, the effect persists. [Recall that this bond is normally broken using Electrolysis, which takes a lot of energy to achieve]."
curmudgeon99 writes: "Tech bigwigs fail to convince Congress to open the floodgates on H1-B visas.
Although people like Balmer, Gates and the Googleboys tried to convince Congress to allow a lot more H1-B visas, the Democratically-controlled Congress had none of it. It appears that they are going clamp down on the abuse of the H1-B system.
Hearing the bigwigs whine about how this is worse than the status quo is a sign that the American high-tech worker just won one."
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I'm working on some new ones including Hibernate. If you have any question, there's a link for my email or just write to: email@example.com
Thank you kindly,