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Feed Google News Sci Tech: European and Russian agencies to launch joint moon mission - Nature World Report (google.com)


European and Russian agencies to launch joint moon mission
Nature World Report
European and Russian space agencies are planning a series of exploration moon mission that could pave the way for the return of humans to the moon and even a permanent colony. A robotic lander called Luna 27 will be launched in five years' time and ...
Europe and Russia are headed back to the moon togetherExaminer.com
Russia and Europe to launch joint mission to dark side of Moon, then build ... RT
Europe, Russia Mission To Assess Mankind's Permanent Settlement On The MooniSchoolGuide
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Comment There is a cost with all that (Score 5, Informative) 51

Encoding times. You can't squeeze more in less space without cost, cost here are cpu cycles. Encoding times of higher quality stuff which i did was about 5-6 times longer than comparable quality of x264. But it's size was around 40-50% smaller than x264 one. There is a cost not only in encoding, there is a cost in decoding too, it takes a lot more cpu cycles to decode x265. Either way HEVC is VERY GOOD codec.

Submission + - Critical vulnerability in all windows versions allowing remote code execution (microsoft.com)

QuantumReality writes: A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft Windows when the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library improperly handles specially crafted OpenType fonts. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could take complete control of the affected system. An attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights.

Submission + - Another world-wide coordinated terrorist attack, why we are letting cancer grow?

QuantumReality writes: Today terrorists attacked again in 3 different countries around the world. Terrorism we are seeing today is like a cancer inside human organism, in this case we — western civilization are this organism. Everyone of us knows what are the consequences of untreated cancer. ISIS in Iraq controls territories with millions of people, while most of this people are not terrorists today, their children for sure will be after indoctrination. While today we have chance to fight ten of thousands of this terrorists, if we will not do that today then in twenty-thirty years from now we will see millions of indoctrinated fanatics/terrorists there. How we will solve that problem then? We will drop atomic bombs on millions of terrorists? Children and woman? Who will make that kind of decision ? Why we just watch doing nothing? while the cancer grows..

Comment Re:This never works (Score 1) 304

I think it will not be so trivial. Think about it, let's analyse this method. They are working with GPU suppliers, all decryption will take place on GPU. Which means no software will be capable of ripping it from screen like you can do it now. Because none of decoding takes place in software, which means you do not have access to decoded stream in OS. It means you need to rip it between GPU ----> Monitor path. Your GPU and CPU will have unique ID which will be probably sent to content supplier. Content will be encrypted for your hardware only. So the only way to get the video and audio streams is to use additional hardware.

Comment Re:Regulation is the enemy of free markets. (Score 5, Insightful) 54

You don't see the bigger picture here. There are certain segments of market that NEED to be regulated. 2008 finance crisis was because of deregulation's in finance market. 90% of products do not need to be regulated, but energy,finance etc. are not one of them.

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