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Comment Dark matter, heavy neutrinos and anti-matter (Score 1) 274

I've seen some speculation that dark matter could be a previously unseen heavy neutrino. I also understand based on current theories there should be a lot more anti-matter than is seen now in the universe. So my armchair physics idea is there was some reaction as part of the matter/anti-matter annihilation in the early universe that converted a lot of the anti-matter into the dark matter forms of heavy neutrinos. Has this idea been pretty much ruled out already?

Comment Re:This is not a computer (Score 1) 89

A transistor is a computer. It just computes exactly one function on exactly one set of inputs. It's a simple finite state machine.

So transistor is a finite state machine is a computer. Well I've got a jar of pennies where each one is a finite state machine and therefore each one is a computer. Or else maybe they should start teaching more engineering and less computer science.

Submission + - Mexican Cartel Beheads Bloggers (chron.com)

sanzibar writes: The Zeta's killed and beheaded an Internet blogger Wednesday in Nuevo Laredo, the fourth slaying in the city involving people associated with social media sites since early September.

"This happened to me for not understanding that I shouldn't report on the social networks," advised a note left before dawn with the man's body at a key intersection in the city's wealthier neighborhood.

The victim, identified on social networking sites only by his nickname — Rascatripas or Belly Scratcher — reportedly helped moderate a site called En Vivo that posted news of shootouts and other activities of the Zetas, the narcotics and extortion gang that all but controls the city....

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