Category: Internet Covid Project

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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Finding good things to do on the Internet – classic problems with ALL Internet efforts now

Thorsten. I noticed you were following me, so I looked to see what you are doing.  Your activities on the Internet are scattered and use too many styles.  Do you have something you want to do?  I read some of your papers, projects and websites. They are kind of all over the place.  Have you looked deep to see
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Real world global communities on the Internet – Comment

Real-World Global Networks at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsYxcaER4ww Victoria, For the past 23 years I have been studying global communities.  I took over TheInternetFoundation (net org com) from Network Solutions in July 1998 after the original Internet Foundation was cancelled for US political reasons. It is not “networks”, though global communities use hardware and software. Rather it is people
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Google’s calculators and unit conversion groups not working together towards common goals

Would like to be able to increase decimals, force display in scientific notation, and have versions of the calculator for different problems. “One size fits all” might work for a dozen people, but for billions, never. I would like to be able to open the calculator directly and have it remember my preferences, save types
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Comment on Downwind Faster Than the Wind by Veritasium, How Does it Work?

Downwind Faster Than the Wind by Veritasium: How Does it Work? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkhBskovitQ A good quantitative simulation does not need words, and the process of design is more efficient, not maintaining an inaccurate word model alongside the simulation. The words will always be ambiguous, but the model can be calibrated and fit to measurements from the
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Who the heck sleeps with a Fan and AC on? – my comment Groups asking questions on Facebook not sharing results

⁠Donna Kutac Janak My air conditioner is really inefficient so I keep it at high temperature setting and run two fans continuously. The cost is half of running the air conditioner alone – and more comfortable. I enjoy the noise. You should be asking people why they would run their air conditioner “without” a fan!?
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Cream Cheese, Jalapenos and the future of the human species

Cream Cheese, Jalapenos and the future of the human species I am trying to reduce my use of butter, so rather than making toast with butter I used cream cheese today. Since I am curious about the health value of foods as a topic on the Internet, I decided to add diced jalapenos. Then, because
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Comment on String Data Structures Question – Purpose and Meaning

Strings are just one example of the larger problem of sequences and patterns (any dimensions). This morning, I am just surveying the Internet for rock types and measurements used in geochemistry. There are many methods and representations. Does the student like to explore, to gather, to find general patterns, to share what they have found,
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Feedback to Hotjar at iopscience.iop.org Is there anything more we could do

https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1361-6382/ab685e Dear HotJar and IOP Readers, Your questions are too specific. I came here because of a search on Google for gravitational waves software, particularly how the signal on the two arms of each detector is extracted from the single interference strain data. Now your articles are all in text and pictures, so I have
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Comment on Fusion Rockets Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STtXdpD8LtM Neutrons have a permanent magnetic moment and can be accelerated (controlled) by magnetic gradient fields. This included dynamic gradients of many sorts. And nanoscale fields. search “neutron acceleration” and “neutron deceleration” to see people have not ignored the need to control and use neutrons. There are a thousand times that many people working on
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