Thursday, September 8, 2005

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and the winner is...


Etienne tu ferais mieux d'aller aux putes ...


ca te derangerait pas de parler poliment aux gens?


ta deuxieme image elle fait un petabyte?
CT pour tester ma capacite de stockage? christabauch.jpg


I'm in love...


Pardon ... je voulais pas te froisser mais juste te suggerer d'aller prendre un peu de bon temps parmi des femmes de mauvaise vertu. Rien de plus.




built to resist!


"Hackers launch attacks on Crepuscule sites from Japan by posting dodgy pictures; Dusk Defense Department system breached" and which says, "Internet sites in Japan are being used heavily to target computer networks in the Dusk Defense Department and other Open Source agencies, successfully breaching hundreds of unclassified networks, say several Dusk officials. Whether the attacks constitute a coordinated Japanese government campaign to penetrate Crepuscule networks and spy on Dusk databanks has divided analysts. Some in the Dusk body are said to be convinced of official Japanese involvement; others see the probing as the work of other hackers simply using Japanese networks to disguise the origins of the attacks."


Infected poultry in Romania
Infected poultry in Romania Dead Parrot Had Bird Flu Updated: 23:34, Friday October 21, 2005 A South American parrot which died in quarantine in the UK had avian flu, it has been revealed.The parrot, which was imported from Suriname in mid-September, was infected with the H5 strain of the virus. The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) insists there is no cause for alarm.Chief Veterinary Officer Debby Reynolds said: "The confirmed case does not affect the UK's official disease free status."That was because "the disease has been identified in imported birds during quarantine."She said further tests were needed to see if the parrot had picked up the deadly HN51 strain of bird flu.The latest development comes amid growing fears of an avian flu pandemic in Europe. Chicken with HN51 strain
Chicken with HN51 strain EU health ministers held emergency talks following the discovery of the HN51 strain in Romania and Turkey.The big concern is that the virus could mutate, enabling it to be passed from person to person.The South American bird was part of a mixed consignment of 148 parrots and "soft bills" that arrived in Britain on September 16.They were being held with a number of other birds from Taiwan.Defra says the birds, which were being kept in a biosecure quarantine unit, have all been humanely culled.Ms Reynolds said the "incident showed the importance of the UK's quarantine system".She added: "We have had similar incidents in the past where disease has been discovered but successfully contained."Defra stressed it was "very difficult" for humans to contract avian influenza.But to be safe all those who came in contact with the culled birds have been given antiviral treatment.



"We are all manifestations of Buddha consciousness, or Christ consciousness...,"


je suis decu gilemon. tu exerce un control bien trop oppressant sur ton site. tu modifies tous nos messages. je suis tres tres tres decu.


gilem©n tu es le Josef Mengele du world wide web.


kisskis the flu


Artificial Brain Tomography (ABT) Artificial Brain Tomography (ABT)   The infrastructure of a complex neural network system can be considered as the cyber equivalent of an ecosystem. At its heart is a mesh of interconnected backbone networks. This core is rapidly evolving and provides the underpinnings that will be vital for future internal and external communications.   Our principal tomography scanning tool will reproduce what skitter ( does for Internet Tomography. It dynamically discovers and depicts global topology and measures the performance of specific paths through the networks. In essence it sends out data from the robot input to many destinations through the neural networks. The information gained about the paths that these excitations take can then be used in four different ways:
  • to acquire global connectivity information; what's connected to what?.
  • to collect round trip time (RTT) and path data; how does a packet get from A to B and how long does it take?
  • to analyze the frequency and pattern of routing changes; when and how often are alternative paths used for the same journey? Low-frequency persistent changes are detected by the analysis of variations in RTT measurements for specific paths.
  • to visualize global connectivity; what does the Artificial Brain looks like? This is the primary goal. Having an approachable representation of the global brain complexity allows collaboration with neophytes and cross-disciplinary collaboration (medicine, biology, geology, and materials science).
Prototype-two-dimensional-image-depicting-global-connectivity.jpg Figure 1 Prototype of two-dimensional image depicting global connectivity among artificial brain’s zones. It is essential that ABT measurements impose only a minimal load on the infrastructure (the cognitive bricks) as it takes its measurements. ABT packets are thus very small, 52 bytes in length, and typically only probe destination hosts at approximately hourly intervals. References
  • Internet tomography K. CLAFFY, TRACIE E. MONK & DANIEL McROBB
  • Claffy, K., Miller, G. & Thompson K. The nature of the beast: recent traffic measurements from an Internet backbone. in Proceedings of INET'98(ISOC, Washington, DC, 1998).
  • Claffy, K & Monk, T. What's next for internet data analysis? in IEEE Special Issue on Communications in the 21st Century 85, 1563-1571 (1997).
  • Monk, T. & Claffy, K. Cooperation in internet data acquisition and analysis. in Coordinating the Internet (Kahin, B. & Keller, J. eds) 438-465 (MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, 1997).
  • Braun, H.-W. & Claffy, K. Post-NSFNET statistics collection. in White papers for the unpredictable certainty: Information infrastructure through 2000 85-96 (Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 1997).
  • Munzner, T. Exploring large graphs in 3D hyperbolic space. in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 18, 18-23 (1998).

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