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Earth might once have resembled a hot, steamy doughnut Synestia \sin-es-ti-ə \ n. A large spinning hunk of hot, vaporized rock that forms when rocky, planet-sized objects collide Earth may have taken on a jelly doughnut shape early in its history. The rocky planet was spinning through space about 4.5 […]

Earth might once have resembled a hot, steamy doughnut


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HOUSTON – Our Verify team is looking into a question a lot of us have asked – is it legal to share passwords for things like Netflix, Hulu or HBO Go? Link to article:  http://www.wfmynews2.com/news/local/verify/verify-is-it-legal-to-share-your-streaming-service-password/458785891

Is it legal to share your streaming service password?



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Losing a legal case can be a devastating thing. While a decision by a judge or jury may seem final, it is not the end of the road. Before giving up, you need to ask yourself, “what is an appeal?” and consider whether you have a reason to appeal the […]

What is an Appeal?


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Formal systems of laws have existed since Hammurabi erected his code in the courtyards of temples during his reign as ruler of the Babylonian empire early in the 18th century B.C.E., and since then there has been a need for individuals to study and interpret those laws. However the history […]

The interesting history of the legal profession:


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  Here are a few of the emerging technologies that promise to keep computing performance rocketing ahead: In-memory computing. Throughout computing history, the slowest part of processing has been getting the data from the hard disks where it’s stored to random access memory (RAM), where it can be used. A lot […]

7 Surprising Innovations For The Future Of Computing



Definition of Constitutional Law Constitutional law refers to rights carved out in the federal and state constitutions. The majority of this body of law has developed from state and federal supreme court rulings, which interpret their respective constitutions and ensure that the laws passed by the legislature do not violate […]

What is Constitutional Law?


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Big data has met its match. In field after field, the ability to collect data has exploded—in biology, with its burgeoning databases of genomes and proteins; in astronomy, with the petabytes flowing from sky surveys; in social science, tapping millions of posts and tweets that ricochet around the internet. The […]

A fascinating article about how AI is revolutionizing science.


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That’s the year man first set foot on the moon. It’s really difficult to imagine the technical challenges of landing on the moon more than five decades ago if you’re not a rocket scientist, but what’s certain is that computers played a fundamental role – even back then. Despite the […]

Your smartphone is more powerful than the combined computers that ...



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A central part of my work as executive director of The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource) is educating American citizens about the United States Constitution. When I speak to citizens around the country about the Constitution, and ask them what they view as the most important part of that document, they […]

The interesting history of the bill of rights.