Even Dead People are Against SOPA
GeekSpeak Podcast for 2011-12-31
Kepler finds Earth-sized planets, Congress is using the internet like all of us, should we use a new calendar, is your IP router IPv6 ready, and SOPA still sucks! – Ben, Lyle and Miles.
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Just two weeks after the confirmation of a planet that’s within the habitable zone of a distant star, the Kepler team is back with the discovery of two Earth-sized planets orbiting in what is now a five-planet system (three other planets orbiting the star, Kepler-20, had been spotted earlier). Although these planets are much too hot to support liquid water, one of them (Kepler-20e) is the smallest exoplanet yet detected.
Researchers at The Johns Hopkins University have discovered a way to make time stand still — at least when it comes to the yearly calendar. – a new calendar with mostly 30 day months.
A developer who calls himself T Rizk doesn’t have much faith in Congress making the right decision on anti-piracy legislation, so he’s built a work around for the impending censorship measures being considered: DeSOPA.
Congress Plugs Anti-Piracy Legislation By Day, Pirates Porn by Night