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I see myself in college. For 2 years atleast. Trying to become a technological person.

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An irony of fossilization is that conditions hostile to life usually , because nothing disturbed the sediments, which were and often sulfidic. In the sea sediments that mark the geologic periods, white limestone and black shale are typical layers. Limestone means oxygenated oceans, and black shales and mudstones mean anoxic conditions. The black color means carbon, as the ecosystems could not recycle the carbon and it was instead preserved into the sediments which have been the burned in today’s industrialized world.

I would probaly be in colledge.I probally be working at mcdonalds in 10 years.

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What was most relevant to humans, however, was the almost-complete extinction during the Kellwasser event of the tetrapods that had come ashore. Tetrapods did not reappear in the fossil record until several million years after the Kellwasser event, and has even been referred to as the Fammenian Gap (the is the Devonian’s last age). The Kellwasser event also appeared to be a period of low atmospheric oxygen content, and some evidence is the lack of charcoal in fossil deposits. Recent research has demonstrated that getting wood to burn at oxygen levels of less than 13-15% may be impossible. Because all periods of complex land life show evidence of forest fires, it is today thought that oxygen levels have not dropped below 13-15% since the Devonian, but during the “charcoal gap” of the late Devonian, when the first landlubbing tetrapods went extinct, oxygen levels reached their lowest levels since the , which must have impacted the first animals trying to breathe air instead of water. During the , there is no charcoal evidence at all, which leads to the notion that oxygen levels may have even dropped below 13%. This drop may be related to severe climatic stresses on the new forests, which are probably related to the ice age that the forests helped bring about due to their carbon sequestering. That is an attractively explanatory scenario, but the continues. The first seed plants probably appeared before the Kellwasser event, but it was not until after the Fammenian Gap that seed plants began to proliferate.

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So far in this essay, mammals have received scant attention, but the mammals’ development before the Cenozoic is important for understanding their rise to dominance. The , called , first , about 260 mya, and they had key mammalian characteristics. Their jaws and teeth were markedly different from those of other reptiles; their teeth were specialized for more thorough chewing, which extracts more energy from food, and that was likely a key aspect of success more than 100 million years later. Cynodonts also developed a secondary palate so that they could chew and breathe at the same time, which was more energy efficient. Cynodonts eventually ceased the reptilian practice of continually growing and shedding teeth, and their specialized and precisely fitted teeth rarely changed. Mammals replace their teeth a . Along with tooth changes, jawbones changed roles. Fewer and stronger bones anchored the jaw, which allowed for stronger jaw musculature and led to the mammalian (clench your teeth and you can feel your masseter muscle). Bones previously anchoring the jaw were no longer needed and . The jaw’s rearrangement led to the most auspicious proto-mammalian development: . Mammals had relatively large brains from the very beginning and it was probably initially . Mammals are the only animals with a , which eventually led to human intelligence. As dinosaurian dominance drove mammals to the margins, where they lived underground and emerged to feed at night, mammals needed improved senses to survive, and auditory and olfactory senses heightened, as did the mammalian sense of touch. Increased processing of stimuli required a larger brain, and . In humans, only livers use more energy than brains. Cynodonts also had , which suggest that they were warm-blooded. Soon after the Permian extinction, a cynodont appeared that may have ; it was another respiratory innovation that served it well in those low-oxygen times, functioning like pump gills in aquatic environments.

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Any account number I send money to have to be authenticated by me using my active card. And all transactions also have to be signed. So unless the sum total of my transactions (8 digits - which is what I enter on my active card) translates to their account number they would't be able to fake an transaction sending money to their own account.

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You should only have to carry around one token that works for all your accounts. But remember, it's two factor authentication. Maybe the same token can be used for each account, but each account would still assign its own password/PIN. So the token by itself wouldn't allow access to all your accounts.

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So, you've repeatedly warned us that everything's unsecure. While it's fascinating to read about the details of how each and every security product fails to provide security, it still leaves us wondering one thing:

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So... Got any ideas on how to get man out of the process? Or are we simply suppossed to give up and say "Well, we'll never be secure. Let's just live with being as secure as we can."?

Do you think people can be happy without much money?

See the Grams Trojan, which does exactly that with eGold accounts. The Trojan watches for an eGold session to open, then behind the scenes makes its own transactions while the user is logged on.