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Bitcoin: Is it the end?

(January 19th, 2016)

The national press (newspapers and TV) regularly come back to Bitcoin, this decentralized currency that some would announce as going to replace all other world currencies. Some also think that the technology solutions included in Bitcoin are the groundwork for all future world finance (Nothing less!)

But it may be less nice that that. And much more complicated according to Mike Hearn, one of the designers of Bitcoin.

Food for thought: “The resolution of the Bitcoin experiment” (relatively geek content, but clearly built).

Recommended.

Orange bird

(December 3rd, 2015)

bird

iSimangaliso Eastern Park, South Africa, August 2015.

Zebras at a cross-over

(December 1st, 2015)

Zebres, noirs et blancs

iSimangaliso Eastern Park, South Africa, August 2015.

Zebras: Zooming in

(November 29th, 2015)

Zebra

Zèbre

Sometimes, the wildlife photographer will reach out and go near the animal subject (it’s easier with an herbivorous zebra).

iSimangaliso Eastern Park, South Africa, August 2015.

Orcas family snapshots

(November 27th, 2015)

Orcas are marvellous mammals fro mthe sea that are usually only seen from the water surface: a fin, a rostrum jsut out of the water to catch a sea lion. Nothing more.

But the NOAA scientists tracked them with an aerial photo drone and brought back some astonishing photos from above.

Overhead image of the newest member of the Southern Resident killer whale population, L122, just days after being born to first-time mother L91. This image shows the small size of neonate calves and the close bond between mother and calf that will last a lifetime. Credit: NOAA Fisheries, Vancouver Aquarium. Taken by UAV from above 90 feet under NMFS research permit and FAA flight authorization. More information at http://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/podcasts/2015/10/uav_killer_whale.html

Overhead image of the newest member of the Southern Resident killer whale population, L122, just days after being born to first-time mother L91. This image shows the small size of neonate calves and the close bond between mother and calf that will last a lifetime. Credit: NOAA Fisheries, Vancouver Aquarium. Taken by UAV from above 90 feet under NMFS research permit and FAA flight authorization. More information at http://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/podcasts/2015/10/uav_killer_whale.html

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Yellow bird

(November 25th, 2015)

Yellow bird [square]

Santa Lucia / iSimangaliso park, South Africa, August 2015.

Flower

(November 23rd, 2015)

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Western Barn Owl

(November 21st, 2015)

Effraie des clochers / Western Barn Owl

Western Barn Owl (Tyto alba, Chouette effraie des clochers)
Santa Lucia / iSimangaliso park, South Africa, August 2015.

Zebras

(November 21st, 2015)

Zebras, Hluhluwe Park, August 2015.

South Africa, Hluhluwe Park, August 2015.

Bearded Vulture

(November 19th, 2015)

Gypaete barbu / Bearded vulture

Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus, Gypaète barbu)
South Africa, Giant’s Castle Park.
August 2015.


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