How have network firewalls evolved?


Firewalls have become ubiquitous across the enterprise IT landscape because of their proven ability to stop bad traffic from entering corporate networks and protect a company’s most valuable assets. So how have firewalls evolved over the years and what are the latest trends in firewall security?

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How Global Warming Works


Global warming was once an uncommon term used by a few scientists who were growing concerned over the effects of decades of pollution on long-term weather patterns. Today, the idea of global warming is well known, if not well understood. It is not unusual to hear someone complaining about a hot day or a freak storm and remark, “It’s global warming.”

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What will Earth look like in 500 years?


If you could travel back in time five centuries, you’d encounter a thriving Aztec empire in Central Mexico, a freshly painted “Mona Lisa” in Renaissance Europe and cooler temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere. This was a world in the midst of the Little Ice Age (A.D. 1300 to 1850) and a period of vast European exploration now known as the Age of Discovery.

But what if we could look 500 years into the future and glimpse the Earth of the 26th century?

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The appendix implicated in Parkinson’s illness


CLUMPS FOUND HERE – Globs of alpha-synuclein protein (red) found in appendix tissue from healthy people contribute to evidence that the gut plays a function in the development of Parkinson’s disease.The appendix, a once-dismissed organ now known to play a role in the immune system, might add to an individual’s possibilities of developing Parkinson’s disease.

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