Re: True Holography??
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I am pretty certain that Portugal can bring a better soccer team in the field than FB.
They will erase your VISA from light years away.
Nop, even a magnetar with 10^12T has to be at the distance of Jupiter to make its magnetic field 5 times stronger than the geomagnetic field. May be enough to erase your VISA, but I guess you will have other things to worry about with a magnetar in your backyard.
A radio telescope cannot measure the distance to a source. It can only measure the DM (the burst is detected later at lower frequencies). The standard interpretation is that the radio signal traversed a tenuous plasma in our 'own' Galaxy and - if the RM is larger - in the extragalactic medium or near the source.
The large circular polarization of 21±7% for FRB 140514 hints at extraordinary conditions at the source. A distance of 5.5 billion light-years for FRB 140514 is an upper limit.
We need a three-letter acronym for the Year 2038 Problem. Enough 32-bit embedded systems will still hang around at 03:14:07 UTC on 19 January 2038 to cause problems.
Will it make god dissappear in a puff of logic ?
Not necessarily, Athanasius Kircher, a German Jesuit, a.k.n.a. the last man who knew everything, published in 1663 his Polygraphia nova et universalis which promises the reduction of all languages to one and the extension of one language to all. A kind of proto-Babel-fish.
He was inspired by Gustavus Selenus' Polygraphia nova of 1624, which expanded work going back to the time of Cicero.
Kircher also wrote extensively on the seventy-two names of god. The word was his bread and butter.
Impressive is not the computer in the cabinet, but the battery of Leclancé cells (model 1866) it contains as a power supply.
Indias annual military budget is 38.35 billion USD (FY 2014, nominal). Its (100% military) Defence Research and Development Organisation has a budget of 1600 million USD and India is estimated to have an arsenal of 90-110 nuclear weapons (SIPRI 2014).
Let them research the Mikheyev-Smirnov-Wolfenstein mechanism on a shoestring. Neutrinos are harmless, they zap the earth core unhindered.
@MartinC: The Sun rotates with 250 km/s (0.000833c) at a distance of 32000 lj around the galactic center. That is ½ arcsec/century. In the timespan of 20 years galactic rotation can be measured by careful observations, but not as a stereo effect in a pair of HST photos of M16.
So what you see is the internal dynamics of the Pillars of Creation.
is the Spanish Inquisition?
If you want to shoot fireballs, do it the German way.
Christopher R. Olson (Department of Behavioral Neuroscience, Oregon Health & Science University, 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road L470, Portland, Oregon, UNITED STATES of AMERICA 97239-3098) et al. wrote in their publication:
"In the presence of females, male zebra finches reliably produce female-directed song as part of their courtship behavior. ... The study design assigned adult male finches to alcohol or control drinking treatments."
and more interesting for our British readers:
"Body mass ... remained constant across phases for the birds that were provided alcohol.".
the ASA considered that the nonviolent and gender-neutral character of the Minecraft videos make them perfect entertainment for 8 year olds.
Paris, because she was distressed when she heared Santa Claus does not exist.
Storing online banking credentials on a device which is also used for random non-banking purposes is definitely smart.
My coat is the one with the e.dentifier in the pocket.
A temperature of 25-28°C is 298-301K. So the Sun's effective surface temperature of 5770K is 19.2 OSP.
the North Koreans, paranoid as they are, airgapped themselves step by step.
The pic shows two M-16 rifles. Not the AK-47 prefered by ISIS. And the guy at the front does not look as if he is happy to go to paradise.
Indeed. Sony gets old and has forgotten their Judo lessons.
In 1304 you used your fingers and brought your own knive.
After his victorious battle at the Kleidion pass on 29 July 1014 the Byzantine emperor Basil II (976-1025) blinded about fifteen thousand bulgarian prisoners of war, with the orders that one man for each hundred be left one eye so he could be their guide. Blinding was much used at the time as the more Christian penalty because God-given life was not taken.
One of my "prize possessions" just happens to be an (1) IBM valve. Picked it up on a scrapyard as a kid, should have taken the bucket full of them.
Switzerland is not a homogeneous country. Comparing The French speaking part of the Rhone valley west of Leuk with the German speaking part east of Leuk you will soon notice that in the western part the ladies are more elegantly dressed and in the eastern part the houses are better painted.
I 'll use the acronym PIL from now on.
Had Google to kill CAPTCHAs because it got too many complaints from real people who could not remember the 26 letters of the alphabet?
Besides color vision deficiencies, which affect some 8% of males, the appreciation of a colour is highly influenced by the surrounding colours. Here the Banana PI background goes astray. Near the triangle the (R,G,B) values are (210,210,0) - i.e. yellow. The brightness decreases in concentric circles without change in chromacity to (152,153,0).
The lack of colour (chromacity) contrast makes it hard to judge the colour.
5 mW is the continuous output. Pulsed lasers get to 10 TW/cm² and higher, 1TW=10^15 mW.
The homepages of WordPress, Joomla and Drupal do not pass W3C's Markup Validation without errors. So why should I trust their products?
IBM offered to double the capacity of their punch-card machines. A technician would come along and exchange the pulleys of a 1:1.41 drivebelt. Problem was that the company charged the full price of a new punch-card machine, because you could now handle twice as many cards.
Nolan had also consulted a biologist, the slogan whould not have been "THE END OF EARTH WILL NOT BE THE END OF US.", but "The end of us will not be the end of earth". After all, life on earth has been thriving for billions of years without us.".
Beer because yeast will survive us.
Sounds like a job for Joy Reidenberg, professor of anatomy at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. She dissected large animals like stranded whales before.
Whois info on netmundial.org leads to GODADDY.ORG (Scottsdale, Arizona) as its sole owner. So it is just a commercial setup to be ignored.
Better: have two water pistols as backup, one filled with a solution of sodium monosulfide and one with a mild organic acid.
a 32-bit CRC is sufficient. You can even compute it with a look-up table.
Security is indeed an other matter.
Uranus, IJsselstein, The Netherlands. Estimated population 121.
The illuminated side of the Moon (not to be confused with the near side) is bombarded by the solar wind with 5-80 protons/cm³ at ~200000K. The velocity of sound in hydrogen plasma (not H2 gas) at 200000K is approx. 57 km/s.
So 3800 miles/hour is 0.033 in lunar Mach numbers.
Over the decennia I had many bad experiences with WD drives. But they make several series (colours) with different MTBFs. Their high-end drives are reliable. Also Toshiba* claims a long MTBF for their drives.
BTW AFAIK the the quality of spinning rust is mainly determined by the quality of the ball bearings: initial submicron differences in diameter of the spheres have just to wear off.
* Pronounce with the stress on 'i'.
The video is here for all to see:
All power consumed by computers from the 25W human brain to a 6.3 MW Cray XC40 is dissipated. This in contrast to chemical processes like Haber-Bosch ammoniasynthesis (good for 5% of global energy use) where a large part ends up in the product.
The installation of the HPC at the Exeter Science Park will influence the local climate which it is supposed to forecast.
Will this be the begnning of selfconscious computers?
My late father improved the efficiency of the family cars, notably several Panhard PL 17's, by adding a retour pipe for cooled exhaust gases to the low pressure air-fuel mixture, controlled by a hand-operated valve. The pressure being measured with a vacuum gauge.
Increasing the pressure (and temperature) in the cylinders gave a more complete combustion for a wide range of loads.
BTW Panhard's forced air cooled boxer engines are not unlike aircraft engines with one instead of two sparking plugs per cylinder.
At 41 seconds in the video you can see that the open end of a combination wrench is used to tighten a nut, how unprofessional.
The substantial problems with the stabiltity of a magnetised plasma decrease with increasing scale. There is a reason why ITER is the largest experiment for controlled nuclear fusion up to this day.
A mass of 2*10^30 kg hydrogen by itself is sufficient to initiate a stable fusion reaction and solve all our energy requirements.
I thought we had Twitter for that.
Higher level languages are easier to set up at the price of longer runtimes.
I counted 137 links to adobe.com in the vanilla Adobe Reader9 for intellinux, but no links to adelogs.adobe.com or 188.8.131.52 ...... (killed it).
It is the Ctrl key.
The survey asked an equivalent of "If your car is stolen, what would be its value on the black market?".
Both stealing cars and using personal data for a purpose it was not intended for are punishable by law. In the later case f.i. CELEX:31995L0046 'Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data', Official Journal L 281 , 23/11/1995 P. 0031 - 0050 and national laws like the Dutch 'Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens' supervised by http://www.dutchdpa.nl/ .
You might have a look at
where you can hear what MP3 (the MPEG1 Layer III audio codec, as defined in ISO 11172-3) discards by opening one of the links in the table with dBA values. It is pretty horrible.
My impression is that MP3 leaves the sound intact, but compromises the emotional impact. May be a boffin with access to an fMRI scanner can do some research on this.
For the Hubble Space Telescope image of the M60-NGC4647 system see Figure 1 of the article by Anil C. Seth et al.: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1409.4769.pdf .
"M60-UCD1 is the nearly point-like image in the bottom right. The discovery of a black hole in M60-UCD1 provides evidence that it is the tidally stripped nucleus of a once larger galaxy. We note that NGC 4647 is at approximately the same distance as M60 but the two galaxies are not yet strongly interacting. The inset shows a zoomed version of the g band image of M60-UCD1 with contours showing the surface brightness in 1 mag/arcsec2 intervals."
Image Credit: NASA / ESA
Just for the sake of the argument, 1 TByte of data can be stored in a block of 30 m x 30 m x 30 m of punched cards. Mothballs not included.