[music, techno beat] A radio wave is something we take for granted and it’s not the simplest concept to understand. Thanks to the Asheville Radio Museum, we’re taught the wonders of this late 19th century discovery. – A radio wave can actually travel at 186,000 miles per second. – Radio… Continue Reading The Asheville Radio Museum | North Carolina Weekend | UNC-TV

Reporter:I was going to ask you to explainquantum computing, but… [crowd chuckles]Um, when do you expect Canada’s ISIL missionto begin again, and are we not doing anythingin the interim while we prepare?Okay, very simply: normal computers work by… [crowd laughs, applauds] No no no, don’t interrupt me. when you walk… Continue Reading Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau schools reporter on quantum computing during press conference

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