24 posts • joined Friday 28th May 2010 14:00 GMT
The cosmic equivalent of a belly button perhaps?
This technique reveals details that are not "seen" with a single light source.
See here for a image showing results of the technique - http://www.hpl.hp.com/research/ptm/
There was a programme on the BBC recently, showing that they have scanned the Anitkythera Mechanism in the same way and revealed previously unnoticed detail.
If you'd actually looked at the Asus mains adaptor, you'd have noticed it can output 15 volts. Standard USB it isn't (hence the many pinned connector).
Would such a device need CRC aplenty, to counter say cosmic rays, static, other environmental effects?
Re: Re: Included software
"The Sony camera group is producing excellent, innovative products."
Have you used a HX9V? The pictures look great until you zoom in and you see the awful washy watercolour effect from compression/noise reduction. Awesome video capture though :/ It has put me off buying another Sony camera for quite some time.
you're using a wiimote. That's obviously not a controller...
Neither does the report mention the area of the material needed to produce the same amount of light as the other methods. It won't be yet practical in a house to replace a bulb with a panel a meter square, for example.
I am 100% sure those savings will be passed onto the customer...
National Geographic commentator
I was expecting serious David Attenborough style narration. Why does he sound like he is doing a voiceover for Sesame Street?
Going to have to call you out on this one
Science can be just as dogmatic as religion, as the guy who discovered quasicrystals found out.
From - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15181187
"Dr Shechtman had to fight a fierce battle against established science to convince others of what he had first seen in his lab at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Washington - formerly called the National Bureau of Standards - on an April morning in 1982.
For years, the researcher was "ridiculed" and "treated badly" by his peers, he recounts."
This years Nobel Chemistry prize winner...
This study concentrated on a section of genes present in the Y chromosome, which most women tend to lack.
Is it possible that the "missing mass" in the universe could also be room temperature or lower and hence not previously visible? (I've always suspected something like this)
The issue I have with distributed compute apps is that they will cause your machines to run at full tilt, meaning the fans kick in, producing noise and heat 24 x 7. Maybe if I could get a server in the shed, I wouldn't mind so much.
I think you can foil this pretty easily. Just drink Guinness and that means you've spent your life on the Emerald Isle!
Just as long as the junk hasn't been anywhere near LV-426...
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