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3/23/2012  Medieval warming WAS global -- new science contradicts IPCC -- 'It was consensual' claims looking shaky
More peer-reviewed science contradicting the warming-alarmist "scientific consensus" was announced yesterday, as a new study shows that the well-documented warm period which took place in medieval times was not limited to Europe, or the northern hemisphere: it reached all the way to Antarctica. The research involved the development of a new means of assessing past temperatures, to add to existing methods such as tree ring analysis and ice cores. In this study, scientists analysed samples of a crystal called ikaite, which forms in cold waters. “Ikaite is an icy version of limestone,” explains earth-sciences prof Zunli Lu. “The crystals are only stable under cold conditions and actually melt at room temperature.” Down in the Antarctic peninsula that isn't a problem, and Lu and his colleagues were able to take samples which had been present for hundreds of years and date their formation. The structure of Ikaite, it turns out, varies measurably depending on the temperature when it forms, allowing boffins to construct an accurate past temperature record.
(The Register)
posted: 12/25/12                   0       10

7/18/2011  CERN 'gags' physicists in cosmic ray climate experiment
The chief of the world's leading physics lab at CERN in Geneva has prohibited scientists from drawing conclusions from a major experiment. The CLOUD ("Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets") experiment examines the role that energetic particles from deep space play in cloud formation. CLOUD uses CERN's proton synchrotron to examine nucleation. CERN Director General Rolf-Dieter Heuer told Welt Online that the scientists should refrain from drawing conclusions from the latest experiment. "I have asked the colleagues to present the results clearly, but not to interpret them," reports veteran science editor Nigel Calder on his blog. Why? Because, Heuer says, "That would go immediately into the highly political arena of the climate change debate. One has to make clear that cosmic radiation is only one of many parameters."
(The Register)
posted: 12/25/12                   0       10
keywords: Carbon Dioxide, Cern, Climate Change, Cosmic Rays, Denmark, El Reg, Geneva, Henrik Svensmark, Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, Magnetism, Nigel Calder, Rolf-dieter Heuer, Sun, Volcanoes, Welt Online Add New Keyword To Link

10/29/2010  Mandelson's dept mulls UK internet power grab -- Dark Lord to Nominet: Justify thyself
Ministers led by Peter Mandelson are considering a power grab at the independent company at the centre of UK's internet infrastructure, The Register can reveal. Mandelson's Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) has asked Nominet, which is in charge of the registry, to justify its independence from Whitehall. In a letter dated October 15, senior civil servant David Hendon, BERR's Director of Business Relations, asked Nominet chairman Bob Gilbert: "What arguments would you employ to convince my Ministers that the present relationship between government and the company is appropriate in ensuring that public policy objectives in relation to the management of the domain name system and the standing of the UK in the internet community are understood and taken into account?"
(The Register)
posted: 11/2/10                   0       27
keywords: Bob Gilbert, Cybersecurity, David Hendon, Icann, Internet, Jim Davies, Lesley Cowley, Nominet, Peter Mandelson, UK Department For Business Enterprise And Regulatory Reform, UK Parliament, United Kingdom, United Nations, United States Add New Keyword To Link

1/24/2010  Full-body scanner blind to bomb parts
Todger, yes. Combustibles, no - By way of Americablog comes a video of a man easily concealing the makings of high-temperature combustibles in a manner that evaded a full-body scanner. As the blogger writes: "Even if you don't understand German, it's easy enough to follow how this physicist beat the system."
(The Register)
posted: 1/26/10                   0       14

1/8/2010  Trouser-bomb clown attacks
how much should we laugh? - Reg investigates case of the undertotally-pants bomber
(The Register)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       13

10/15/2009  Airport rethinks strip-scanner for kids
Nudity no longer mandatory for under-18s - For most effective use of Rapiscan technology, subjects are likely to be required to keep their legs slightly apart and raise their arms in a near-salute – a pose that devotees of a certain form of NSFW art may well recognise as potentially pornographic.
(The Register)
posted: 1/23/10                   0       14

6/23/2009  DHS killing satellite self-spying program
Space cops 'not an urgent issue'
(The Register)
posted: 6/24/09                   2       16

6/23/2009  Social networking big boys must bow to EU data laws
The Fat Data Controllers
(The Register)
posted: 6/24/09                   2       17

6/23/2009  Titsup TSA partner closes airport express lanes
You are not in the Clear
(The Register)
posted: 6/24/09                   5       16
keywords: 9/11, Terrorists, Transportation Security Administration, United States, Verified Identity Pass Inc Add New Keyword To Link

6/18/2009  EC calls for one world internet governance
ICANN has oversight too?
(The Register)
posted: 6/19/09                   7       18

6/12/2009  Chinese firm hits back at cyberspy claims
Huawei welcomes backdoor prob
(The Register)
posted: 6/15/09                   5       24

6/12/2009  Oz cops in Taser fatality
Victim naked, armed and now dead
(The Register)
posted: 6/15/09                   5       21

6/10/2009  Network giants reject 'buy American' Obama mandate
Parts are cheap, labor is not - Cisco Systems and Alcatel-Lucent want "buy American" provisions stricken from Barack Obama's $7.2bn US stimulus program to expand broadband internet access
(The Register)
posted: 6/11/09                   6       26
keywords: Alcatel-lucent, Barack Obama, Cisco Systems, Communications Workers Of America, Internet, Stimulus Package, United States, US National Telecommunications And Information Administration Add New Keyword To Link

6/8/2009  School worker's Facebook post prompts suspension
Two month sin binning for calling classes 'bad'
(The Register)
posted: 6/9/09                   8       27

6/5/2009  Obama urged to halt Google government takeover
Stop the revolving door
(The Register)
posted: 6/8/09                   9       28

6/5/2009  Police deny targeting kids for DNA
Get 'em while they're young - Police officers in Camden, north London, are deliberately targeting kids under-18 for arrest just so their DNA samples can be taken
(The Register)
posted: 6/8/09                   3       27

6/4/2009  'Breathalyser for the hands' fights hospital superbugs
Wireless warning for unwashed plague-laden medics
(The Register)
posted: 6/5/09                   3       30

6/4/2009  David Carradine found dead in Bangkok
'Close your eyes, what do you hear?'
(The Register)
posted: 6/5/09                   3       26

6/3/2009  Royal Navy warship almost fires on UFOs
'Kryten gun' trained on possible alien invaders
(The Register)
posted: 6/4/09                   2       24

6/2/2009  Obama administration joins Google
Reverse takeover almost complete
(The Register)
posted: 6/3/09                   2       24

6/1/2009  UK chases Obama on cybersecurity: Officials aim to release strategy this summer
Security and intelligence officials plan to publish a UK version of Barack Obama's cybersecurity and defence review before the summer Parliamentary recess, according to sources close to the work. The US announced its new strategy on Friday following an intensive 60-day investigation of vulnerabilities in government and the private sector. Obama said computer networks would now be treated as a "strategic national asset" and announced a new senior post in his administration to oversee their defence. It was also reported - but not detailed in the published strategy - that a new arm within the Pentagon will conduct both offensive and defensive network warfare.
(The Register)
posted: 6/1/09                   6       25

5/29/2009  Massive ID fraud and cheque scam busted in NYC
Impersonation scheme sees 18 bank workers pinched
(The Register)
posted: 6/3/09                   1       24

5/27/2009  Great Australian Firewall may be optional
Oz comms chief ponders 'voluntary' filtering
(The Register)
posted: 5/27/09                   5       29

5/26/2009  Facebook value plummets $5bn
The Russians will save us... bitch
(The Register)
posted: 5/27/09                   6       28
keywords: Digital Sky, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Russia, United States Add New Keyword To Link

5/26/2009  Patients gain right to scrub e-records from NHS database
Forceps, scalpel, data deletion tool...
(The Register)
posted: 5/27/09                   3       26

5/21/2009  Now Google tracking follows you out of cyberspace
Making your life easier by knowing what you're doing
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   4       33

5/21/2009  Worldwide GPS may die in 2010, say US gov
Can the fanbois live without it?
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   5       31

5/20/2009  Europe, Russia discuss 'orbital shipyard' plans
ISS to be replaced by Mars-ship docking facility?
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   2       28
keywords: China, European Space Agency, European Union, International Space Station, Japan, Jean-jacques Dordain, Roscosmos, Russia Add New Keyword To Link

5/20/2009  Google News stumbles again
World stops happening for 15 whole minutes
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   6       25

5/20/2009  Google: Let us keep search data or die
You're all doomed - co-founder Larry Page claiming such moves mean the "more likely we all are to die"
(The Register)
posted: 5/20/09                   8       27

5/20/2009  Government rejects Lords' surveillance criticism
Puts fingers in ears and goes "la la la"
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   4       31

5/20/2009  More doubts on ID card readers
Pointless project has no flicking point
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   3       30

5/20/2009  Vatican declares 'the internet is blessed'
As Scottish Bishop says online relationships 'Profoundly sad'
(The Register)
posted: 5/21/09                   8       26

5/19/2009  Wacky Jacqui defends Michael Savage ban
Tories slam 'ludicrous' US shock-jock snub
(The Register)
posted: 5/31/09                   4       24

5/3/2009  Jacqui's secret plan to 'Master the Internet'
'Climb down' on central database was 'a sideshow'
(The Register)
posted: 5/5/09                   3       23

4/22/2008  'Virtual strip search' arrives at JFK and LAX
Public exposed to electronic heavy patting - The US Transport Security Administration (TSA) has celebrated the successful trial of 'see through clothes' scanners by ordering 30 more of the millimeter wave devices for Los Angeles and JFK International airports this spring.
(The Register)
posted: 1/23/10                   0       13

8/9/2007  Project Hostile Intent plans 'non-invasive' DHS brainscan
Not the mind probe again, officer? My ass hurts
(The Register)
posted: 1/9/10                   0       11

7/2/2007  'Al-Qaeda' puts on big shoes, red nose, takes custard pie
Journos join Krazy Klown jihadis in slapstick idiocy
(The Register)
posted: 5/10/09                   1       18

9/3/2006  Google developing eavesdropping software
Audio fingerprint for content-relevant ads
(The Register)
posted: 5/6/09                   3       13
keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Google, Privacy, United States, Voice-recognition Add New Keyword To Link

7/3/2006  US government funds social network snooping: Citizens under scrutiny
The US government is funding research into social networking sites and how to gather and store personal data published on them, according to the New Scientist magazine. At the same time, US lawmakers are attempting to force the social networking sites themselves to control the amount and kind of information that people, particularly children, can put on the sites.
(The Register)
posted: 5/7/09                   2       18

2/10/2006  Yahoo! in second Chinese dissident rumpus
More flack for internet 'grass'
(The Register)
posted: 5/5/09                   2       11
keywords: China, Free Speech Add New Keyword To Link

2/10/2006  Yahoo! in second Chinese dissident rumpus
More flack for internet grass
(The Register)
posted: 5/6/09                   2       15

1/27/2006  Google pulls "we don't censor" statement
Do be evil!
(The Register)
posted: 5/6/09                   2       15

1/19/2006  US gov demands Google search records: Fishing expedition
The US Department of Justice has taken Google to court, demanding it hand over all searches made in a one week period. It's a fishing expedition, unconnected with any ongoing criminal prosecution. The DOJ wants the information to back up its attempt to revive an anti-pornography law derailed by the Supreme Court two years ago. The subpoena was issued last year, and Google refused the request - but we only learn of the case week, via a San Jose Mercury News report. The DoJ has now ordered a Federal Judge to force Google to comply. It's a step too far even for a company with a fast and loose attitude to privacy.
(The Register)
posted: 5/7/09                   2       15

9/13/2005  Google Earth threatens democracy
Military hardware laid bare to Godless commies
(The Register)
posted: 5/16/09                   2       26
keywords: Australia, Australian Nuclear Science And Technology Organisation, Bangkok, China, Cold War, Google, India, Military, North Korea, Russia, Satellites, South Korea, Thailand, United States, Vietnam, Weapons Of Mass Destruction Add New Keyword To Link

7/17/2005  The reconstruction: 7/7
What really happened? - The unanswered questions of the London attacks
(The Register)
posted: 5/10/09                   1       19

7/11/2005  Could the 'see through clothes' scanner stop London terror bombs? Er, probably not...
Nevertheless in the report QinetiQ provides - possibly inadvertently - some interesting information about how it's attempting to sell the technology for high volume, covert or semi-covert detection purposes.
(The Register)
posted: 1/22/10                   0       12

6/2/2005  Bird flu: we're all going to die
The premise of Terry Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys will become reality
(The Register)
posted: 5/17/09                   3       25

11/8/2004  'See through clothes' scanner gets outing at Heathrow
Oh, that is a gun in your pocket... - "QinetiQ conducted a trial of a prototype imager at Gatwick airport in 2002, with favourable response from both passengers and operating staff" - At airports specifically, naked scanners look very much like a solution in search of a problem, and just about the only exhibit trotted out in their favour is 'shoe-bomber Richard Reid', whose cunning plan the Rapiscan 1000 would allegedly have detected.
(The Register)
posted: 1/22/10                   0       13

9/28/2004  The end of the internet is nigh: Repent of your public networks, says web guru
BT's Graham Whitehead has told the Irish Internet Association's Congress that the internet is dying, but that the future for broadband and networked technology is bright. In a keynote speech during proceedings at Clontarf Castle, Dublin, BT Exact's principal consultant said that the anarchic and hazardous nature of the public internet meant that companies were now constructing supervised private IP networks. These private networks would be able to handle the amount of traffic that would be generated when broadband was ubiquitous, phone networks were IP-based, and common household objects had their own IP addresses. "The internet is dead, or dying; it's full of viruses, worms and porn, you have to wear a kevlar suit before you go online," he said. "BT is creating a private network, which will be joined to other private networks, to which we will add voice over IP." He said that the relatively low rate of broadband uptake in the UK, where there are 3 million DSL and 1.5 million cable broadband subscribers, is due to the fact that people don't see a need for broadband in their daily lives. He said that the evolution of data networks into always-on real-time access (AORTA) networks would lead to an increased number of networked devices in the home.
(The Register)
posted: 11/4/10                   0       2
keywords: British Telecommunications, Computer Virus, Cybersecurity, Graham Whitehead, Internet, Ireland, Irish Internet Association, Net Neutrality Add New Keyword To Link

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