Comment on A New Theory for Soil Health

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/362281342_A_new_theory_for_soil_health/comments Daniel Evans I do not think that “soil health” is a useful concept. Rather, you should evaluate soils based on their potential uses. The universe of possible combinations and applications is not infinite. Years ago I was asked to set up the Famine Early Warning System (fews.net). In the early days people would say
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Feedback to ScienceDirect

I appreciate what ScienceDirect is doing. Often it gives a concise introduction to new connections and basic facts. But it is mostly passive. Kind of like reef organisms waiting for ocean currents to bring things in. It is not that difficult to find what people and groups are doing, to help them understand the framework
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Comment on Crazy Difference between lasers and LEDs – quantum electrodynamics

Crazy difference between 5W LASER and 5W LED! at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUwP7SY0Ajs Strong field quantum electrodynamics deals with using lasers to modify the vacuum. I remember when I started college more than 50 years ago reading a paper on “vacuum birefringence”. The roots of many of these topics goes back a hundred years or more. I just checked
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Comment on Measuring human digestive efficiency by Ben Krasnow

Measuring human digestive efficiency vs. a flame at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wZ0wTqJIxY I found that much of the mass of feces is actually bacteria that grow in the small intestine, then help digest the food. The microbial contribution to human faecal mass by Alison M Stephen, J H Cummings https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7359576/ “A method has been developed, based on techniques used
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Twitter about modules of my own to help people

NetSuite @NetSuite 12h  There’s an ERP module for nearly EVERYTHING. Here’s just a few of the most popular and what they can do for your business. Get the full list here: https://lnkd.in/eumswNZ3 #ERP #CloudERP #ERPSoftware https://pic.twitter.com/hz18QC3w21 Replying to @NetSuite Can I design and add my own modules? Can I change the layout and look of
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Twitter – Arxiv has no links to publishers or user communities – it ought to

Physical Review Letters @PhysRevLett 5h A special microscope visualizes changes of electron current distribution that clearly indicate a transition from ohmic to viscous electron flow in graphene Letter: https://go.aps.org/3c4UL0X Viewpoint: https://go.aps.org/3wauTrt https://pic.twitter.com/5w3d7WyFIh Replying to @PhysRevLett Imaging the breakdown of ohmic transport in graphene A. Jenkins, S. Baumann, H. Zhou, S. A. Meynell, D. Yang, K.
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Project update – omega squared for high sampling rate gravimeters

Accelerometers and gradiometers get better at higher frequencies, use the Internet to multiply capabilities many fold https://www.researchgate.net/project/Solar-System-Gravimetry-and-Gravitational-Engineering These “updates” are just things I think are important to remember, and what I can find time and energy to write down. If you see something you disagree with, write me or make a comment. I got a
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Calibrating all gravitational sensors into a single imaging array, Measuring speed of gravity as a routine calibration for gravitational networks

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Solar-System-Gravimetry-and-Gravitational-Engineering/ Calibrating all gravitational sensors into a single imaging array: I was thinking about this some more. The gravitational potential from the sun and moon changes significantly during the year and over the course of the day. And the absolute values (for the usual network few hundred samples per second and slower) change slowly. Your
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Comment On The Normal Height Differences Determination From Geopotential Differences

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/359389325_ON_THE_NORMAL_HEIGHT_DIFFERENCES_DETERMINATION_FROM_GEOPOTENTIAL_DIFFERENCES/comments Using real time comparisons via electromagnetic signals gets more complicated. Trying to use high speed storage of the signals gets memory intensive and expensive. As much of the data is nearly the same.   The reason I used the vector tidal gravity signals for calibration and standardization is that each location can compare to
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Copy of Things posted on HackaDay.IO about Low Cost Time-of-Flight Gravimeters

Low Cost, Time-of-Flight Gravimeter Arrays https://hackaday.io/project/164550-low-cost-time-of-flight-gravimeter-arrays More information posted at ResearchGate on 3 axis gravimeters RichardCollins • 07/19/2022 at 17:15 • 0 comments My main “job” is the Internet Foundation, so I am constantly monitoring global issues, methods and activities on the Internet. But I have a heart for research groups and gravitational noise detector
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