Category: WorkSites

Facebook about labels and unnecessary steps – disintermediation

I have come to strongly dislike (hate) labels. Perhaps you know what I mean. You buy something and the label completely covers it . I am thinking of honey. Nice clear glass container, but you cannot tell how much is in there. Same with lots of liquids and sauces. So I routinely take them off
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Facebook note about models and simulations of all things

Most of my life I have been interested in solving games like chess on the computer, starting in high school (1963-1967). I took a graduate course in Artificial Intelligence as a sophomore at Case Institute of Technology (now CWRU). Then, because all my jobs drew on my background in computing and large scale problem solving,
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Twitter about World History Encyclopedia

https://twitter.com/whencyclopedia @whencyclopedia Our mission is “to engage people with cultural heritage and to improve history education worldwide” ==> “History” for everyone with access to the Internet. (~4.9 B)   “solar system colonization” now gives new meanings to “world”, global, “world-wide”,” everywhere”.

Twitter about continuous global Big G experiments to contrain JPL solar system ephemeris

Vector sun moon tidal signal from gravimeter arrays is pure Newtonian GMm/r2. Sample at Msps Gsps for G variations by frequency at continuous global Big G stations to constrain sun moon earth masses, omegaE, JPL ephemeris, gravitational time dilation. https://hackaday.io/project/164550/gallery#21f5826751cf7b199a02263bd201e9bb You might be interested in my project on ResearchGate. I added an update today about
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Twitter to DODSTEM about extending STEM to ISTEM – Internet Science Technology Engineering Mathematics

@DoDstem Recommend you extend STEM to at least STEMCC – Algorithms, Communication. Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics all depend most critically on use of Computers. As well as global Human-Computer, Human-Human and Computer-Computer data flows on the Internet. @DoDstem Add Internet to STEM to make ISTEM. In 24 years I found all Science Technology Engineering Mathematics
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Electron Affinity, open sites, and new more precise sub electron volt cameras and sensors

Measurement of the electron affinity of lead and its isotope shifts at https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.106.L010801 Physical Review A @PhysRevA 3h Letter: Measurement of the electron affinity of lead and its isotope shifts @DenisonU @vassalloef https://go.aps.org/3BkBPpl https://pic.twitter.com/zVlUBLp75Z Replying to @PhysRevA @DenisonU and @vassalloef Looks like a lovely and precise study. I have been following “electron affinity” for years.
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Twitter APS pay per view

The Internet, even on Twitter, is for everyone. Every person in the world should have access to global tools, data, models. Always include the open link. If APS cannot stay in business otherwise, tell me why.   Nice paper, needs shared symbolic simulator. https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.13817 Collective effects on the performance and stability of quantum heat engines
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Posted on my Facebook about Olbers paradox and an infinite universe

You might never have heard of “Olber’s paradox”, but it is one of those perennial provacative items that gets served with most introduction to physics and astronophysics classes. For the lecturer to strut their stuff and appear learned. Olber is Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers (1758-1840) and the link is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers%27_paradox I like to watch the night
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