Muon1 Best Designs – SolenoidsOnly

Originally Posted at the unOfficial Muon1 Blog In the first part of our ongoing look at the best designs from each lattice, we start with SolenoidsOnly. This, the first lattice of the 4.3 branch of clients started by simulating only a decay channel, a step back from the v4.2x clients. And started in March 2003. […]
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More Muon1 Information

I guess this will also become the semi-official Muon1 blog, at least for now. There are some common questions that are asked about Muon1, including ‘what is it about‘, ‘why should I bother?‘, ‘what’s so special about it?‘ and ‘what does it do?‘ So let’s answer them, shall we? What’s it about? It’s about finding […]
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SuprNova Relaunches

One of the big names in early torrenting was Suprnova.org. What the Pirate Bay is now, Suprnova was then, and it’s enforced closure was the catalyst for the popularity of Miniova, TPB, isoHunt, and a whole host of others. So now, in this recently released promo-video, suprnova, once more under the control of Sloncek, is […]
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How Anti-P2P lawsuit evidence is collected.

There are many people around the world that have received a letter, demanding money because of a bittorrent download. The question that is going through their heads is ‘how did they track me’, with perhaps “how can I prevent them?” To address this, I made a video that should explain these things. There are many […]
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US Pirate Parties in the News

Over the last week, the Pirate Party concept has had some nice airtime in the US, specifically in the states of Oklahoma and Oregon. The latter has even gone national, via CNN. In Oklahoma, the Pirate Party of Oklahoma (PPOK) has made a name for itself with it’s participation in the Oklahoma Ballot Access Reform […]
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