New Video: Atomic Masses, Atomic Decay energies, Gravitational GPS

Isotopic Masses, Fundamental Constant Groups, World Education, Gravitational Fuels https://youtu.be/WxiJ320pQJI I start by showing how bad PDF is for sharing data. I am trying to get a simple table of isotopic masses to check the nuclear data tables. And it is stored in terrible form. I had to copy and paste and edit to get
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Comment on: Can you split an electron?

https://www.researchgate.net/post/Why_are_we_not_able_to_split_an_electron Muhammad Khan, There are many possible ways that an electron can evolve into other particles, depending on the energy. As an electron interacts with the vacuum, at some point the “electron” ceases to be a localized and simple thing. The waves induced in the vacuum can take many forms. The most useful representation (my
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New Video about the Internet YouTube Google Franck-Hertz Experiments

Yesterday: HoverBoxes Finally, Skins for Websites, Saving Layouts, Extracting from PDF, Global Groups Bubbling –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MjhIblZg_I Today: Using the Internet to find and encourage global communities engineering science AMOE – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pwM0bqxSQk AMOE (Atomic Molecular Optical Electronic Magnetic Acoustic Mechanical … ) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franck-Hertz_experiment – Franck-Hertz

Google put their ad between my video and its title.

Please do not put your advertisements between my video and the title of my video. If you have to advertise your work, put it at the top of the screen. and give people the option to remove it. You are effectively using my work to advertise your page. You own the site and I have
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Comment on web policy page at EPA.gov, and survey comments

I was reviewing web policies of gov domain sites, just to see whether there are any common standards. Your page at https://www.epa.gov/web-policies-and-procedures/resources-web-policies-and-procedures is rich in many materials. I hope to have time to look at many of them. I am only writing for two reasons, first to thank the people who are doing that work.
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Comment on Omnicalculator Website and plans

Matt, I needed a quick LRC Circuit calculator and yours came up.  I liked that it had a decent range on the values, but could have used micro and nano Ohms, and microHertz and milliHertz. The equations are explained, good examples, but they just sit on the page and the users have to read it. 
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Global HPC and exascale group challenges from the Internet Foundation

Jack, At http://www.netlib.org/utk/people/JackDongarra/faq-linpack.html#_Toc27885743 all the links don’t work for Chrome now without http s: Richard Collins, Director, The Internet Foundation For the Internet Foundation, I am reviewing exascale plans on the Internet, and all HPC groups as they work on global problems. You disallow Strassen’s method because it is hard to compare two algorithms on many different machines?
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Large computers hosting associated global communities of global projects

Bill, For the Internet Foundation, I am reviewing the role of large computers and computer arrays.  What started me on this slightly ahead of schedule was the ExaScale group at E4S-Project.github.io | GitHub website for E4S Project and then today looking at the Dark Energy Survey that leads back to NCSA. My outline for a
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Visiting NSF NOIRLab for the first time – looking for pixels from telescopes

Hello, For the Internet Foundation, I am looking at many data and model sharing efforts on the Internet. To judge difficulty of use, gather notes on practices, policies, methods, content, groups, and links between efforts.  I am posting this note also to /?p=1230 so more people can see it. If you want me to change
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