The streetlight effect is not even shown in the map. That we can see with enough detail to detect planets in a few of the octillions of the stars of the universe, in just one of the billions of galaxies, is surely a proof that there is no life anywhere else, because, obviously, an advanced enough civilization will be… » 11/05/14 1:59pm 11/05/14 1:59pm

End of global democracy in any meaningful way with most population hooked to manipulable social networks and governments actively abusing their privileges there to interfere with their population and foreign ones. And as government we should count corporations that "influence" people of government. » 10/30/14 8:39am 10/30/14 8:39am

More than the actresses, i missed the character. The Jadzia Dax that was like a father to Sisko, a fighter legend to Klingons, a gambling rival to Ferengis, and a good match for Worf, was replaced by a shy, scared, dizzy and weak Ezri (again, the actress that represented it did a good work, were the writers the ones… » 10/22/14 6:40pm 10/22/14 6:40pm

For me the important ones are ability to install ddwrt/openwrt (a lot of routers have vulnerabilities or even builtin backdoors and updates take time to appear if ever, and you could get far more functionality/features with them), USB connectivity/ram/cpu (with openwrt you can have a network/media server, even expand… » 10/15/14 8:47am 10/15/14 8:47am

The scariest part of the graph is not ebola, but measles. It takes 23 days to infect 100 people (less than a third that ebola will take), kills 30% of them (between 1850 and 2005 killed 200 millon people, anyway with proper care mortality lowers a lot) and the vaccination, if well exist, is actively denied by a lot of… » 10/14/14 4:04pm 10/14/14 4:04pm