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This time we discuss hackable insulin pumps and medical equipment, smart refrigerators, smart thermostats, silk reinforced by graphene and carbon nanotubes, spider goats, Brian Cox's opinion on the Fermi Paradox, unpleasant Soylent bar issues, and unaffordable police body cameras.
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- J&J warns diabetic patients: Insulin pump vulnerable to hacking
- Samsung Smart Fridges *
- Researchers hack a pacemaker, kill a man(nequin)
- Nest Thermostat *
- Ecobee Smart Thermostat *
- Which Phone is More Vulnerable to Hacking — iPhone or Android?
- Silkworms Spin Super-Silk after Eating Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
- Scientists breed goats that produce spider silk
- Brian Cox
- Brian Cox Explains Why We Haven't Seen Aliens Yet – And It Isn't Pretty
- Fermi Paradox
- Soylent Food Bars Recalled After Making Customers Sick
- Pleasant Grove police turn off their body cameras
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