Using Bitcoins Will Not be Criminally Liable In Russia


Prime Ministry of Finance will finalize the bill on cryptocurrency; likely to criminalize the use of Bitcoins he will not, told reporters Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Moiseev.

At present, Russian law prohibits the release of money surrogates in the Russian Federation, together with the responsibility for failure to comply with the ban has not been established.

Chinese hackers have tripled the number of attacks on the Russian military-industrial complex objects


Kibervzlomschiki People's Republic of China have increased the number of attacks on Russian strategic facilities.

The threat, in an interview with Bloomberg praised the officer "Kaspersky Lab" Alexander Gostev. According to him, when 72 cases were reported for the entire 2015, when they were attacked including enterprises of the defense, nuclear and aviation industries of the Russian Federation, for the first seven months of 2016 - already 194.

Scientists refrigerate water with laser for the first time


In first, researchers from the University of Washington have refrigerated water and other liquids with laser under real-world conditions.

Since the first laser was invented in 1960, those concentrated beams of light have never been able to cool liquids.

The team used an infrared laser to cool water by about 2.2 degree Celsius — a major breakthrough in the field.

Venus-Like Planet Found 39 Light Years Away



Astronomers have discovered a new Venus-like rocky exoplanet 39 light years away, which may be cool enough to potentially host an atmosphere.

If it does, it is close enough that we could study that atmosphere in detail with the Hubble Space Telescope and future observatories like the Giant Magellan Telescope, researchers said.

"Our ultimate goal is to find a twin Earth, but along the way we've found a twin Venus," said astronomer David Charbonneau of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) in US.

World's first `porous' liquid to filter carbon emissions developed

LONDON: In a breakthrough, scientists have developed the world's first 'porous' liquid that can potentially be used to capture harmful carbon emissions to prevent them from entering the Earth's atmosphere. 

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