ReHacked #139: Bucha is new Srebrenica. Слава Україні, героям слава!

ReHacked #139: Bucha is new Srebrenica. Слава Україні, героям слава!
Ukrainian forces in Bucha.AFP Twitter account.

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Food Delivery Leak Unmasks Russian Security Agents - bellingcat #privacy #war

Russian tech giant Yandex has blamed one of its employees for the hacking and subsequent leak of data from Yandex Food, a popular food delivery service in Russia.

Among the many users affected are serving agents of Russia’s security services and military, who in several cases even ordered food to their places of work using their official email addresses.

Seen from space, the world’s longest conveyor belt is in Morocco #economy #interesting

Morocco is home to the longest conveyor belt in the world. The mechanical device is used to transport phosphate rocks mined in Bou Craa, one of the largest phosphate mines in the world.

The small town is located in the south-east of the city of Laayoune and is inhabited almost exclusively by employees of Phosboucraa, a subsidiary of phosphates giant OCP.

In Search Of A Flood Like No Other
Hello! This is Everything Is Amazing, a weird newsletter about strange science stuff. And this is the first of our deep dives into the 71% of the surface of our planet that we’re biologically designed to be least interested in (and more fool us, as I hope to prove to you multiple times over the next month or so).

ESA - Turn your phone into a space monitoring tool #software #science

The CAMALIOT app, developed through ESA’s Navigation Innovation and Support Programme (NAVISP) with the support of the Agency’s GNSS Science Support Centre, is suitable for more than 50 models in the smartphone market which come equipped with dual frequency satnav receivers.

As well as helping to create new Earth and space weather forecasting models, participants are also in with the chance to win prizes including new phones and Amazon vouchers. This four-month ‘citizen science’ campaign runs until the end of July.

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Why Have Female Animals Evolved Such Wild Genitals? | Science | Smithsonian Magazine #nature #longread

From ducks to dolphins, females have developed sex organs that help them deter undesirable suitors and derive pleasure from non-reproductive behavior

An Elegant Bamboo Structure in Vietnam #architecture #engineering

Vo Trong Nghia Architects designed this resort welcome center on Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam out of approximately 42,000 pieces of bamboo, rope, and bamboo pins. Beautiful.

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