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作者:雍门哉    发布时间:2019-03-06 01:01:11    

Future Nokia phones could send quantum-coded texts A new system allows you to carry a quantum cryptographical key generator in your cellphone – and has already been patented by phone-maker Nokia Quick off the market: what’s fair in flash trading? Keeping up with algorithmic traders is tough – getting everyone off the starting line at the same time will help Slow-motion tremors make Tokyo megaquake more likely Increasingly frequent slow-slip earthquakes, coupled with the after-effects of the 2011 Tōhoku megaquake, may be pushing the Tokyo area towards disaster We can’t be too fussy when it comes to green energy Germany is the greenest of industrialised nations when it comes to power generation, but its current struggle shows how difficult such choices can be Digital mirror reveals what lies under your skin Step in front of a mirror and see your skin and flesh stripped away, revealing your organs below Atomic time lord to battle sneaky high-speed trades Hyper-accurate time will soon get pumped into London’s financial heart to prevent traders from exploiting tiny time differences for profit Popping a polypill makes treating heart disease easier The largest review yet of polypills, all-in-one pills for the different facets of heart disease, suggests they work as well as taking the drugs individually Scans can be vital in judging severity of brain damage Doctors use beside observation to gauge consciousness in people with brain damage,

 

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