Bacteria May Save You From the Flu, Red Steak Juice Isn’t Blood, and the Future of Encryption
Learn about nose and throat bacteria that might make you less likely to get the flu; the red juice in your steak dinner, which is actually not blood; and how encryption works, as well as why quantum computing could break it.
- Some Nose and Throat Bacteria Make It Less Likely You’ll Get the Flu — https://curiosity.im/2MrnJqO (Republished)
- What’s That Red Juice in Your Steak? (Hint: It Isn’t Blood) — https://curiosity.im/2MpFw1m
- Quantum Computers Pose a Big Threat to Internet Security — https://curiosity.im/2MpFd6I
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