Eating food contaminated with radioactive particles may be more perilous than thought—at least for insects. Butterfly larvae fed even slightly tainted leaves collected near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station were more likely to suffer physical abnormalities and low survival rates than those fed uncontaminated foliage, a new study finds. The research suggests that the environment in the Fukushima region, particularly in areas off-limits to humans because of safety concerns, will remain dangerous for wildlife for some time.

Here’s the scene: A problem has come up with one of your supply chain vendors, threatening to delay timely shipment of your product. At the same time, a potential opportunity appears that, with some exploration and investment, could lead to a new generation of products down the road. Which do you respond to first?

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This girl is 30 years old today. Happy birthday!

Get all the benefits of the latest Raspbian release without wiping your Raspberry Pi and starting from scratch by manually update it…

All you’ve got to do is follow these terminal commands and you’ll be up and running in, well, quite a while actually (it can takes ages, but you can leave it to it). The only caveat is that any new software that comes bundled with the new release wont be installed.

Food porn. Japanese torikatsu sandwiches.

Food porn. Pasta with Swedish viltskav and chanterelle mushrooms.

Possibly the most annoying thing in #KDE: 1. Window X has focus. 2. Lock screen. 3. Unlock screen. 4. Window X does not have focus.

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