Author: Richard K Collins

Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

Impacts of prizes

Dr. Amelia Rotaru @AmeliaRotaru What a day! 🌪️ Thrilled to be among the 5 recipients of Denmark’s Eliteforsk awards, presented by Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark & the Danish Minister of Education and Research. #Eliteforsk #Denmark DK has been kind to me. https://ufm.dk/aktuelt/pressemeddelelser/2024/fem-forrygende-forskere-vinder-eliteforsk-priser-i-dag I often think about the impact of prizes on the countries,
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Gravitational signals cover all the same frequencies are electromagnetism

At https://www.emf-corp.com/optical-materials/optical-material-infrared-optics/ please use the empty space to extend to 1E15 meters to cover low fruquency electromagnetic and gravitational wavelenghts. In frequency units 1 nanoHertz has a wavelength of 2.99792458E17 meters or 1E9 Light Seconds. I am looking for LWIR and longer wavelength lens materials. Since I work a lot with gravitational sensors, it always
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Magnetic binding – atomic structures, isotope reaction energies, atomic fuels and hyper strong materials

FermiLab: How do magnets work? at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7ndBIL402Q When two electrons or two protons are compressed together, the 1/r^3 magnetic energy (positive when magnetic dipoles attract) and the 1/r Coulomb energy (negative when the electric charges repel) can reach a minimum when they are at nuclear distances. Two electrons (Cooper pairs) or two protons (occurs inside
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properties of each pixel can be estimated and used to project the history backwards and forwards in time

NASASpaceNews: On JWST Found a Young Milky Way in the Early Universe by NASASpaceNews at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeGj7hW9dSw The velocity and acceleration and properties of each pixel can be estimated and used to project the history backwards and forwards in time. Not generic evolutions, but very specific to time specific recorded data. Over larger regions, the back
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Standardizing the Semiconductor Manufacturing Backend

Too Much Fab And Test Data, Low Utilization by Anne Meixner at https://semiengineering.com/too-much-fab-and-test-data-low-utilization/ Anne,  I am preparing for a seminar today (22 Feb 2024) titled, “Standardizing the Semiconductor Manufacturing Backend”. When I was reading the background on the presenters, this article of yours, “Too much fame and test data, low utilization” was a good resource.
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inorganic (electron bonded) and isotope (nuclear magnetic bonded) sequencing

Gencove @Gencove In our latest blog, @joe_pickrell asks what happens when sequencing data becomes “too cheap to meter”? Speculating on the coming sequencing industry changes, Joe shares his four predictions for what things could look like in 2034. Read more now: http://gencove.com/blog/what-happens-when-genome-sequencing-data-is-too-cheap-to-meter https://pic.twitter.com/5mfphw0UeB Replying to @Gencove and @joe_pickrell Focus now on global scale manufacturing of
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Can you and your friends help save the world?

Yohan J. John @DrYohanJohn “I like to build universes that do fall apart. I like to see them come unglued, and I like to see how the characters in the novels cope with this problem.” – Philip K Dick https://burningshore.com/p/pkds-divine-interference Yohan, The human species now needs precise digital simulations of all things, so machines explore
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replay of memories or experiences.  Including memories from others. Optimal gathering can be taught.

Juan Álvaro Gallego @JAlGallego Very cool! Apparently, ADHD could potentially be evolutionarily advantagous for gatherer peoples… Congrats to the authors! PS 1st author neuroscientist + philosopher David is on the job market 😉 David L Barack @DLBarack Excited to see this out in the wild! https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rspb.2022.2584 Here, we (myself, Vera Ludwig, Felipe Parodi, Elizabeth Brannon,
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