Comment on Building a dome to protect a city, farm, factory, refinery, facility, moon city, mars facility

https://www.researchgate.net/post/If_I_were_to_make_a_dome_to_protect_a_city_how_would_I_proceed Valentin Bogatu   Interesting question. It makes me wonder if you make money selling fabric.   But seriously, why would you? On Mars and the moon, yes. Most countries and cities and groups in the world can barely afford to live. They carry umbrellas. Their houses and cars and buildings have roofs. They wear
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Comment on measuring “trust” in organizations and groups and in society

https://www.researchgate.net/post/Are_ther_ways_to_quantify_measure_the_level_of_trust Jan Loeschner   I have to estimate the strength and character of many kinds of relationships in human society when projecting future changes on the Internet. The Internet captures much of what is happening in society, and its change is intimately related to short and long term changes in human systems. Trust is too
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Magnetic field of 1 Tesla

https://www.researchgate.net/post/How-do-i-produce-a-magnetic-field-of-1-Tesla-for-magnetoelectric-measurements David Coathup   Did you ever get your magnet working? I am writing notes on magnetic calculations and your 1 Tesla magnet is a good problem. This morning I found a good example in “Electromagnetics” by John D Kraus and Keith R Carver, 2nd Edition 1973, page 250. They cover magnetization in the previous
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Electronic Code of Federal Regulations – Comment on the use of context hoverboxes of infinite depth

https://www.ecfr.gov/current/title-7/subtitle-B/chapter-VIII/subchapter-A/part-800 I am looking at https://www.ecfr.gov/current/title-7/subtitle-B/chapter-VIII/subchapter-A/part-800 and see many terms that I know are somewhere clearing defined or linked or explained. For instance, “Delegated State. A State Agency…” could like to the actual list and details. On the Internet (I try to see all parts of it), I recommend trying hoverboxes. Wikipedia introduced a rudimentary
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Suggestion to eLifeScience.com for email alert, online search, navigating their database of bibliographic data

https://elifesciences.org/contact Can I get lists of bibliographies and email alerts in machine and human readable format? Reading html is tedious and your people never pick display formats that are easy for me to read. I have to deal with all formats and data and knowledge in the Internet. The usual ones like xml and html
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Counting grains, measuring reporting and sharing their properties globally

Hello Ask USDA, I am impressed that my question was processed over the Christmas weekend.  I have been reading more about grains, grain quality, grain grading, grain cleaning, grain sorting and related things.  I still have not found reports that tell the number, sizes, weights and qualities of grains. The closest is things related to
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Comment on Color Sorting Grains video

Bench Industries Portable Color Sorter at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_ZmpyvZKp4 It looks like it is also possible to sort by protein and biochemical content. Whether that can be done in real time is probably only a matter of cost and programming and FPGAs. I just read about sorting of colored rices where the evaluation was done, not on
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Grain sizes, sizes of seeds, sizes of grains, size distribution of seeds at harvest

Hello, I was trying to find statistics and studies on the size of grains at harvest for various grains. There is natural variation and I expect every grain and every harvest to give a range of sizes, weights and shape variations. But “grain size distribution” leads mostly to soil grain sizes. And “grain screening” sometimes
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Carrot Museum typo generates these thoughts about global cooperation and investing in global communities

Hello Carrot Museum Reader, I was looking for information on the structure of carrot seeds and came to your Carrot Museum page, http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/seeds.html Should it say, “The seeds are very small, on average between 1 and 2 mm in length, and brownish is colour.”? I had no idea it was so complicated to get seeds
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Comment on Sally Pias – Molecular Modeling, Cholesterol, Oxygen Diffusion, (diabetes)

Dr Sally Pias | Molecular Modeling Changes How We Interpret EPR O2 Measurements | O2M Webinar Series https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmcGZy_xZEA Sally, thanks for the link to your paper. I found you on ResearchGate, but it only has the abstract (unless I missed something). I like your visualizations and discussion. I see your paper on proteins and membranes,
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