Our Universe May Have Emerged from a Black Hole in a Higher Dimensional Universe August 8, 2014 The event horizon of a black hole — the point of no return for anything that falls in — is a spherical surface. In a higher-dimensional universe, a black hole could have a three-dimensional event horizon, which could spawn a whole new universe as it forms. Artist’s impression by Victor De Schwanberg/Science Photo Library
HGST top for hard drive reliability after 1 billion hours of testing - Some hard disks are more reliable than others, and a new report has cast further light on which drives are less likely to fail. Backblaze produces regular reports on hard disk reliability and the latest one for Q1 2016 was conducted using over 61,000 HDDs in data centers, with no less than a... http://www.technologynews.tvseriesfullepisodes.com/hgst-top-for-hard-drive-reliability-after-1-billion-hours-of-
In this Feb. 5, 2015 photo, Veronica Berns holds the comic book "Atomic Size Matters" that she created to explain her doctoral chemistry thesis to her family at her apartment in Chicago. Berns, a comic book fan, says the illustrations are not well-polished because she wanted it to be like she was explaining on the back on an envelope. She ended up raising more than twice what she asked for on the crowd funding website Kickstarter to print the book.