How to Recover deleted files with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac Review

Oh, boy. I made a mistake! This is how it begins. You know what I am talking about. It’s that moment when you realize that you have deleted important files on your laptop by mistake. Few seconds later, the panic gets into your mind and you probably think that there is nothing you can do about it, especially because you’ve already emptied the trash. Well, if you’ve ever found yourself in this situation and you stumbled upon this article, you might be lucky. There are few things that you have to do in order to make things right. First, don’t panic! There is a high chance for you to recover those important files. 

Stop everything you do right now

In order for you to recover those deleted files, it is crucial to stop everything that you do on that laptop. Don’t download anything from the Internet, don’t copy anything from DVD and don’t move any files. At this point, your files are not accessible, but they are somewhere on your local disc. Technically, when a file is deleted by the operating system, its content is still on the disk. Only the header/reference is removed, and its space on the disk is marked as usable. But, as long as you are not occupying with other files, it can be recovered. So, it is important to stop everything you do right now on your Mac.


How to Recover deleted files with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac

…Let’s continue. Now, it’s time to learn how to Recover deleted files with a special mac data recovery Head over to EaseUS Data Recovery, download and install the software. You will learn that there are three edition of this software:  the Free Edition, the Pro Edition and the Technical Edition. The main difference between the Free Edition and the Pro Edition is the size of recovered data. With Free Edition, you can recover up to 2Gb of data, with Pro Edition, you can recover unlimited data. The interface of this data recovery Mac app is really intuitive and you should find your way around easily. There are three steps: you need to launch the app, scan the local drive and recover your lost files. This app should work great on SD cards or USB memory sticks. Also, the app allows you to recover from unexpected formatting on Mac storage media.

Other important features of EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac

This recovery software has many features, so it should be able to help you in various situations. It recovers data caused by system problems: data might get lost by system crash or macOS upgrade or re-installation. Also, it can recover corrupted file systems. But that’s not all. It is able to recover data that’s erased by all kind of viruses (malware, ransomware). You might even manage to fix problems caused by hardware failure (corrupt hard drive, power offs or media card error). 

Other things that you should know

The latest EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac is compatible with macOS 10.14 (Mojave) and it allows you to save recovered data to cloud. Also, it allows you to search for a specific folder that was deleted. Don’t worry about all the noise that can be displayed in the results. The system and hidden files are filtered in the results. You will only see the files that’s important for you.

Conclusion

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac is a great app for macOS that might save your life in critical moments. There three options to choose from, one of them is a free version of the software. It is able to recover deleted data, corrupted data or data from corrupted or formatted SD card. 

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Chinese researchers have obtained the first seeds that germinated on the moon

Chinese researchers have obtained the first cotton seed that were germinated on the moon. This a success of one of the experiments of the Chang’e 4 probe. The Chang’e 4 probe has succeeded in landing on the hidden face of the Earth’s satellite by setting a premiere in the history of space exploration.

According to the team of researchers at Chongqing University (Southeast China), the first cotton seeds that germinated on the Moon is the success of the first “mini-experiment” of the biosphere on the Moon. On January 3, Chang’e 4 probe landed on the hidden face of the moon for the first time in history. On board, it carried cotton, rapeseed, potato and gooseberry seeds, yeast samples and vinegar musk eggs to create a “mini-biosphere”.
The pictures sent by Chang’e 4 probe showed the sprouting of a cotton seed, the only seed that germinated so far. However, the process is not simple: temperatures on the surface of the soil can exceed 100 degrees Celsius per day and they can go down to minus 100 degrees at night in conditions of higher solar radiation. Also, there is less gravity on Moon compared to Earth.

Xie Gengxin, the Lunar Plant Experiment researcher, said that his team designed a container that would maintain a temperature between 1 and 30 degrees. Also, it allows the natural light to enter the container. The plants are fed with water and nutrients. This device is an 18 centimeter high aluminum cylinder, 16 centimeters in diameter, weighing 3 kilograms and costing over 10 million yuan ($1.47 million) .

However, these plants are not the first to grow in space. A NASA team has managed to achieve the growth of flowers on the International Space Station in 2016.

China has announced on Monday its intention to continue expanding its space exploration program. First, they will attempt to take some samples from Moon’s surface. Then, they have another mission planned in 2020 that targets Mars.

IBM’s historic launch: The first quantum computer has been officially presented and looks great

IBM introduced IBM Q System One at CES 2019. It is the first quantum computer that is ready for mass distribution, . Before you get ready to ask how well Read Dead Redemption 2 and FIFA 19 will play on this computer, there are a few things about this computer that you should know.

According to ZDNet, IBM likes to always be the first to release something new. That’s why ZDNet journalists note that this quantum computer is spectacular, but it is not currently a response to the current programmer’s problems. One of the biggest differences between a quantum computer and a digitized one is that the digital one is based on the binary code, that is the sequences 0 and 1, and its power is given by the speed at which it can process these data sequences. For this, it needs RAM and a processor.

In the case of the quantum computer, there is no “quantum RAM”. You will ask why. Because this computer does not process sequentially, but it runs with data between 0 and 1 at the quantum level. This makes a quantum computer not a solution for programmers because it does not follow the current programming logic. Consequently, it is not a response to the time problems that software developers are experiencing.

What is really interesting about the IBM announcement on this computer is that it has been built with modules and it is a compact system. Practically, quantum technology has overtaken the “garage” phase in which the digital computers of the ’80s were built. Being modular means that you can always upgrade its components. This translates into a more accelerated evolution in the near future.

The announcement and launch of IBM is good news, but we still have to wait until a quantum computer is stronger than a digital one.

NASA warns that a long winter can hit the space. Record temperatures could be recorded

A long winter and record low temperatures could be felt in space, NASA warns. A space agency researcher says the sunspot activity is extremely low, which will record record temperatures in space. However, the Earth’s climate will not be affected.

“We are seeing a cooling trend,” said Martin Mlynczak of the Langley Research Center, NASA. He added that at a high height of the Earth’s surface, near the border with space, our atmosphere loses heat. If current trends continue, we could soon determine a new record of reduced space temperatures..

According to FoxNews, this phenomenon may affect weather conditions in space, may disrupt communications and navigation systems. Mlynczak and his colleagues have recently introduced the “Thermosphere Climate Index” that measures the amount of nitrous oxide removed in space. The results were provided by NASA’s TIMBER satellite SABER instrument, which monitors infrared emissions from carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide.

By measuring the infrared light of these molecules, SABER can determine the thermal state of the gas in the upper layer of the atmosphere, a layer called thermosphere. When the thermosphere cools down, it decreases, which makes the atmosphere of the Earth smaller. This slows down the natural decomposition of the garbage and leads to an agglomeration around the planet.

An impressive detail found in a piece of amber that’s 100 million years old

A feather coming from the tail of a bird that lived about 100 million years ago was discovered in an amber by a team of scientists from China and Canada.

Unlike most of the tail feathers found in compression fossils, the amber has up to three-dimensional structure and contains more information.

The feather dates back to the beginning of the Cretaceous, an important period for bird evolution. During this period, certain types of dinosaurs evolved into birds.

The piece of amber containing the preserved feather area was discovered in the Hukawng Valley in northern Myanmar, a region rich in such fossils.

Xing Lida, a professor at the Chinese Geological Sciences University noted that amber may contain different types of soft tissues and offer valuable paleontological information.

Photo source: Ryan McKellar / Royal Saskatchewan Museum

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A new artificial brain for autonomous robots was created by an important company

NVIDIA had a plan to use the power of accelerating solutions provided by artificial intelligence to develop a synthetic brain. It would be easily programmable and powerful enough to control robots. A large automation area has led to the launch of a commercial product.

Available at prices starting at $1299, the new Jetson AGX Xavier can become the brain of a new generation of robots and other intelligent machines.

It is delivered in batches of at least 1000 pieces and is basically a standalone computer, consisting of no less than 6 distinct processors. Managing basic functions and loading the operating system is done using a conventional octa-core processor based on ARM cores (8-core ARM v8.2 64-bit CPU, 8MB L2 + 4MB L3). The processing of artificial intelligence algorithms is done using a 512-core Volta GPU with Tensor Cores. The configuration includes two other NVIDIA chips that provide deep learning capabilities, image processor, video inputs and “artificial viewing” support.

Remarkably, the entire module has a very low power consumption of just 10W and enough capacity to process “30 trillions of calculations per second”.

NVIDIA is already released a list of key customers: JD.COM (an online shopping giant interested in developing robots for delivering orders to Chinese customers), Yamaha (drone AI) and Nanopore (a DNA analysis company) .

It remains to be seen if the release of the Jetson AGX Xavier will help NVIDIA become an important player in the field of artificial robotics and intelligence. It is certain that the manufacturer of graphics accelerators has made great investments in artificial intelligence technologies, and the company’s AI processing solutions have achieved impressive performance. Accumulated with the AGX Xavier Developer Kit, Nvidia already provides a complete solution for developing AI applications and deploying them in machines that are capable of performing complex tasks.

Graphene could give us the electronics of the future much faster

New experiments presented in Nature magazine seem to show that this substance composed of a single layer of carbon atoms can transform electronic signals transmitted in gigahertz into higher frequency signals. We are talking about terahertz, capable of carrying up to 1,000 times more information per second.

Electromagnetic waves in the terahertz range are notoriously difficult to create and conventional silicon-based electronics have trouble handling these high-frequency signals. Now it seems that graphene-based devices could handle these signals more easily. Future electronic devices based on graphene instead of silicon could work much faster than current devices.

Graphene receives the signals transmitted in incoming gigahertz (black) and transforms them into waves in the terahertz range that have three, five and seven times the original frequency (red, green and blue, respectively).

Graphene effect on electronic frequency

The physicist Dmitry Turchinovich, of the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany, and colleagues, have tested the ability of graphene to amplify the signals in the order of terahertz by injecting a sheet of this dense material of atoms with 300 gigahertz electromagnetic irradiation. When these electromagnetic waves hit graphene, the electrons in the material heat and cool rapidly, releasing electromagnetic waves with frequencies up to seven times higher than the incoming radiation. This is a surprising new quality of graphene.

Graphene continues to reserve surprises for researchers for its extraordinary properties. It is not long ago, for example, the discovery that a sheet in two dimensions of this material is able to conduct the electric current virtually without resistance.

Graphene converted more than one thousandth, one ten thousandth and one hundred thousandth of the original signal of 300 gigahertz into waves at 0.9, 1.5 and 2.1 terahertz, respectively. This conversion rate may seem small, but it is extraordinarily high for a single layer of atoms.

Making computers based on graphene exploiting this property would allow machines to operate at the terahertz frequencies. Of course, perhaps for a normal PC, this material could be excessive. But the technology could be used in very advanced computers that require high processing speeds.

Another application for which a graphene sheet could be used could be to create nanotubes able to transmit information at very high speed.

Why did the FBI suddenly evacuated the space observatory in New Mexico?

National Solar Observatory (NSO) in Sunspot, New Mexico, was shut down by FBI agents earlier this month (September 2018) due to security concerns, but the facility was reopened later on. Even so, many of us are wondering what are the reasons behind this action.

At present, the solar observatory no longer represents a security issue, but conspiracy theorists are not relaxed on this particular topic. According to AURA (Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy), the location is now re-opened, but the association has temporarily hired a security team to patrol the site.

AURA made this statement back on September 16th:
“The decision to vacate was based on the logistical challenges associated with protecting personnel at such a remote location, and the need for expeditious response to the potential threat,” the statement adds. “AURA determined that moving the small number of on-site staff and residents off the mountain was the most prudent and effective action to ensure their safety.”

Even so, the question remains:

Why did the FBI suddenly evacuated space observatory in New Mexico?

Let me begin by saying that an official statement regarding the reason why the New Mexico observatory was evacuated was not yet released and I don’t know if we’ll ever going to have one. Even so, with a little digging I was able to find out that the reason seems to be a local investigation regarding a child porn probe.

Other theories

Now, let’s get into the wild and see what fans of conspiracy theories have to say about this event. Some of them will argue that he reason for closing down the observatory was an UFO that was observed in the vicinity of the Sun. Another theory states that just by the time this was happening, there was a massive hole that appeared on the Sun’s surface. The theory was taken one step further and some people said that these alleged super-flares could wipe us all out in the near future. Of course, there is also this theory that states something else: “Chinese were spying on White Sands Missle Range tests via antennae array at observatory site.”

Positioned on Sacramento Peak, the National Solar Observatory (NSO) was opened for the first time back in in 1947. This particular observatory provides the clearest images of the Sun, and the information obtained here is useful to specialists around the world.

Scientists created the first human esophagus made from stem cells

Bioengineering scientists working to produce the entire human gastrointestinal system in the laboratory reported that pluripotent stem cells were used to create a human esophagus. This is the first time scientists have been able to grow human pluripotent stem cell (PSC) esophageal tissue, cells that theoretically can form any type of body tissue.

Published in the Cell Stem Cell diary, the study presents the latest innovatotion from researchers at the Center for Stem Cell and Organoid Medicine (CTU) in Cincinnati, United States. The center has the main stakes in finding new ways to study birth defects and diseases affecting millions of people with gastrointestinal disorders. The new work can lead to new personalized diagnostic methods and also focuses on the development of tissue regeneration therapies to treat or cure gastrointestinal disorders.

According to Jim Wells of CuSTOM, lead author of the study, diseases of the esophagus and trachea are common enough in humans so human models of organ esophagus are extremely beneficial. This could be useful to restore the tissue of the esophagus to patients.

After generating complete esophagus organoids – which increased to a length of 300-800 microns in about two months – the artificial tissues were then compared from the biochemical point of view with the natural ones from the biopsies. The tests showed a similarity in composition. This is a first step in the many that will follow in the process of creating the esophagus in the lab, exploiting the therapeutic potential of the method.

Are infrared radiant heating panels beneficial to health?

Infrared radiant heating panels are being promoted aggressively recently. Marketeers say about these device that they represent a safe way to reduce the heating bill. Some will go one step further and say that they have “miraculous therapeutic effects”. Of course, all these alleged health benefits does not have a reputable scientific study to back the claims but hey… if it is cheap and it works, people will buy them regardless. Among the alleged “therapeutic effects” we find expressions like “improving blood circulation”, “relieving rheumatic pain”, “removing heavy metals from the body,” “slowing down aging” “improving vision” and many others. But what are these assertions based on and how real are the positive health effects?

How radiant heating panels work

Are infrared radiant heating panels beneficial to health?

Before answering the question, I should explain the basic principle for these panels. An infrared radiant heating panel bounces infrared rays around the room, heating the objects they come into contact with, including objects and people. Everything starts from the statement that radiant panels emit radiation similar to that produced by the Sun. In other words, they are supposed to offer “natural” heating. But the Sun does not only emit radiation in the infrared spectrum but a whole range of electromagnetic waves, and the benefits associated with exposure to the Sun are not due exclusively associated to one of them.

In fact, the study by researchers at Edinburgh and Southampton universities claim that exposure to sunlight could help lower blood pressure, highlighting ultraviolet radiation as beneficial, with only heat exposure not having a positive influence. The conclusions are based on examining the effects of 20 minute session exposure to sun. Minor risks of prolonged exposure to the Sun are quite obvious to all those who stayed at the beach more than they should have been, and one of the major risks is skin cancer.

With regard to the claims on “improving rheumatic pain”, these claims are based on a study that was focused on the influence of infrared saunas on patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. Overlooking the fact that the study was funded by the company selling saunas, the lack of side effects is valid for exposure to 30 minutes twice a week for four weeks.

Infrared radiation has negative effects on the human body

Prolonged exposure to infrared radiation has more negative effects, highlighted by scientific studies. Thus, research on “Effects of Infrared Radiation and Heat on Human Skin Aging” analyzed the effects of infrared radiation on the skin and concluded that they contribute to premature aging of the epidermis. The results were confirmed by further studies, published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.

The International Commission on Non-ionized Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has drawn attention since 2006 that prolonged exposure to infrared radiation may cause corneal damage due to excessive heating. The effects of various types of radiation on vision are detailed in an article published by Optometry Today, and NASA and other organizations have explained several times how infrared radiation can permanently affect the retina when looking at a Sun eclipse without protecting the eyes with special glasses.

Infrared radiant heating panels: Final conclusion

Although near infrared medical laser devices have been used in tests to remove cancerous tumors, it does not mean that the infrared rays that are reflected through the room can prevent cancer. Radiant panels were used for industrial heating, and the overall conclusion of these studies would be that they should remain in that area. Until new research to show any potential health benefit, radiant panels remain a legally unregulated business. Distributors can say anything without providing a study to back the claims. You should be informed if you decide to buy such a radiant panel.