Artificial Life? Is it possible?

Is it possible to create artificial life? Here is a few lines of code for thought:

// Artificial Life? Is is possible?

if (bacteriaResponds) {
else {

while (bacteriaIsTrainable) {

Before further explaining this code, let me first propose the following questions:

  1. Is bacteria trainable?
  2. Is bacteria capable of conducting an electrical current?

The answer to both of these questions is an astonishing yes:

  1. Bacteria is trainable
    Delft University of Technology. (2010, ...
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PHP eval(base64_decode

If you find following line of code on your site:
eval ( base 64_ decode consult a PHP developer – IMMEDIATELY! This line of code means that a hacker has gained complete control over your site and is using your website for malicious purposes. This security compromise is common to websites that are running an outdated version of WordPress. WordPress updates to newer versions to remove found security threats.


Ignoring a WordPress update may result in a mySql ...

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Fibonacci Series in Java

Java code written to count and output the Fibonacci sequence.

// Algorithm for Adding Fibonacci Numbers

// @author
public class Fibonacci

public static void main(String[] args)

int count = 20; // set the number of times the equation runs ** do not exceed 44
int x = 0; int y = 1; // set the initial values to be added
int fib = 0; //  fibonacci number

for (int i = 0; i <= count; i++)
fib = x + y;
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Fibonacci & the Number 6 Algorithm

Fibonacci, the Number 6 and Bees

I am working on an algorithm that uses the number 6 as part of an equation to find the next number in the Fibonacci series. The fascinating thing about this algorithm lies in the fact that starting from the number 3, we can multiply an existing Fibonacci number by 6, as part of an equation, to return the next number in the series.

This brings up some ...

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