Sinaloa Cartel’s IT Guy Testifies in ‘El Chapo’ Trial

In February 2011, Colombian tech prodigy and Sinaloa Cartel IT guy Christian Rodriguez showed up to a meeting in Bogota with someone he thought was a Russian organized crime figure. The guy wanted to hire Rodriguez, only in his mid-twenties at the time, to encrypt his communications, he thought. Nothing new; he’d been asked to do this before.

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Computer Simulations Missed Key Driver of Climate Change – for 30 Years

News about climate change has grown increasingly bleak in recent weeks, including word from the United Nations that we need to work more quickly to control global warming and news that the world’s beer supply will be jeopardized if things don’t turn around. Now, scientists have acknowledged their predictions on the regional effects of climate change are flawed and things could be far worse than they knew.

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