Pioneering Psychologist Hans Asperger Was a Nazi Sympathizer Who Sent Children to Be Killed, New Evidence Suggests

Pioneering Psychologist Hans Asperger Was a Nazi Sympathizer Who Sent Children to Be Killed, New Evidence Suggests

Portrait of Hans Asperger from his personnel file.Photo: Herwig Czech/Molecular Autism The time period “Asperger’s syndrome” won’t ever be heard the identical approach once more, owing to new analysis exhibiting that Hans Asperger—the Austrian pediatrician for whom the dysfunction was named—was an energetic participant within the Nazi eugenics program, recommending that sufferers deemed “not fit […]

Beeping The Enemy Into Submission

Beeping The Enemy Into Submission

In July 1940 the German airforce started bombing Britain. This was met with well mannered disagreement on the British facet — and with excessive expertise, ingenuity, and improvisation. The defeat of the Germans is related to anti-aircraft weapons and fighter planes, however a major quantity of potential harm had been averted by means of radio. […]

Another Reason to Learn Morse Code: Kidnapping

Another Reason to Learn Morse Code: Kidnapping

Morse code — that collection of dots and dashes — will be helpful within the strangest conditions. As a child I bear in mind an unique Star Trek episode the place an injured [Christopher Pike] might solely blink a light-weight as soon as for sure and twice for no. Even as a child, I bear in […]

Clive Sinclair, The Other Author

Clive Sinclair, The Other Author

An inexpensive number of the Hackaday readership may have had their first experiences of computing on an Eight-bit machine in a black case, with the phrase “Sinclair” on it. Even in case you haven’t work with one in all these machines you most likely know that the person behind them was the generally vibrant inventor […]

The Secret History of Mac Gaming

The Secret History of Mac Gaming

Richard Moss’s been engaged on The Secret History of Mac Gaming [Amazon] for years, and now it is lastly out. Written by Richard Moss , with further contributions by Craig Fryar Designed by Darren Wall Illustrated by JJ Signal Published by Unbound Made potential by 1,265 crowdfunding backers Available March 22 on-line […]

Medieval Cheater’s Dice With Double Fours and Fives Found in Norway

Medieval Cheater’s Dice With Double Fours and Fives Found in Norway

Yep, that’s a cheater’s cube, alright. Photo: Angela Weigand, UiB Six-sided cube date again practically 5,000 years to historic Persia, so discovering 600-year-old cube in Norway isn’t something particular. But this just lately found cube—with its conspicuously absent one-side and two-side—is exclusive, pointing to some Medieval-era shenanigans. This cheater’s cube was found at a dig […]

Hacking When It Counts: Pigeon-Guided Missiles

Hacking When It Counts: Pigeon-Guided Missiles

The picture of the crackpot inventor, matted, disorganized, and surrounded by the stays of his failures, is an everlasting Hollywood trope. While a easy go searching one’s store will most likely reveal how such stereotypes get began, the picture is essentially not a good characterization of the inventive thoughts and the way it works, and […]