Monthly Archives: February 2015

20150228

1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Air Force Space Command General on Keeping Space Collision-Free, Scientific American 2) Scan reveals 1,000-year-old mummified monk hidden in statue, CNN – The elaborate and arduous process includes eating a special diet and drinking a

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20150227

1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) New Map Knows Noise, Scientific American 2) ISIS militant ‘Jihadi John’ identified, U.S. officials say, CNN 2. MARSS 디버깅 도저히 디버깅이 잘 되지 않아 검색하던 중에, spurious assertion failure라고 이야기하며 패치 방법이 나와있는 웹 페이지가

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20150226

1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Fishes’ Lateral Lines Sense Pressure and Predators, Scientific American – They avoid obstacles, effortlessly slalom between vortices or whirlpools, and hide from predators (slalom – 활강 경기, vortex – 소용돌이) – Nearly all fish, they

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20150225

1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Pot Munchies Explained By Re-Tasked Neurons, Scientific American – the ravenous desire for food commonly called the munchies. (ravenous – 사람, 동물이 배고파 죽을 지경인) – Others cause us to feel sated, so we put

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20150224

1. 영어 기사 읽기 1) Beaver Teeth Have Iron Advantage, Scientific American – And that’s where the fluoride hangs out, helping to stave off an acid attack of the enamel—in other words, a cavity. (stave something off – 안 좋은

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