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Bad Math Causes Explosion at CERN Collider

LiquidEdge Re:NPR Story missed this one (270 comments)

Sweet, cuz there's this guy down at The Wharf that will write my name on a grain of rice. I wonder if we can sponsor the LHC by getting our names on the particle?

more than 7 years ago



LiquidEdge LiquidEdge writes  |  more than 7 years ago

LiquidEdge writes "The US Government recently commissioned a study that went over sites indexed by Google and Microsoft and found that 1 per cent of sites on the Internet are pornographic. Or, depending on your point of view: Surprisingly, only 1 per cent of sites on the Internet are pornographic.

The study was also to test which filters worked best to block pornographic content with AOL's Mature Teen blocking about 91 per cent of these sites.

From the article:
About 6 percent of searches yield at least one explicit Web site, he said, and the most popular queries return a sexually explicit site nearly 40 percent of the time.


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