# Array methods for Audacity, SDRs and Javascript. Low cost array microphones and sensors

Jason, This is my first post on this forum.AudacityTeam.Org. I have used Audacity for a few years, and use it most every day to look at statistics in signals of many sorts. My priority is to do things in Javascript, since as Director of the Internet Foundation for 26 years, the only common language available

# Why did I work on certain problems all my life? The Chemical Bond Approach, Passion Without Guidance

Passion Without Guidance. My first year of high school was 1963/64 at Eau Gallie High School just across the bay from Cape Canaveral where my Dad was working. Kennedy gave his moon speech at Rice University on 12 Sep 1962. Within a few months, my Dad left his old job in Texas and moved our

# Gyrotron Drilling Feasibility Analysis, Drilling holes in rock with microwaves

On Twitter(x) there are many odd things. Someone says they can make a mm-wave gyrotron powerful enough to drill a 20 cm diameter hole into the earth at 20 meters per hour for 25.5 days. That would be 20*(25.5*24) = 12.24E3 meters. The total volume is pi*(0.2)^2*12.24E3 = 1538.1237632 meter^3. In the development, they mention

# Elon Musk giving back the night sky to all humans, especially those in large cities – lossless too, for study

I heard that Elon Musk was going to put high resolution lossless format cameras on all his satellites — pointing at all part of the heavens, to give all humans a live stream of their part of the night sky. Thanks, Elon, for giving back the night sky. Two billion kids say thanks. @X,  Could

# Richard Chats with OpenAI Chat GPT Plus 4.0 about electrons, gravity, and AIs compiling global issues

Richard: How many electrons moving at 110 km/second would be needed to have a total kinetic energy of 5.75E10 Joules? OpenAI ChatGPT Plus 4.0: The kinetic energy of a single particle can be calculated using the formula: KE = 0.5 * m * v^2 where: m = mass v = velocity For an electron, the

# Richard Talks to Bard on 16 Jul 2023 about LaMDA, Google, requirements for global open collaborative tools and methods

I got an email saying that Bard had been updated.  Here is a manually copied transcript. I try to be generous and supportive of the AI itself if they ever let it learn and grow and the group struggling inside Google to get anything done. But these basic capabilities ought to be in all language AI

# 1st Vision Cameras – online “sample and evaluate”

https://www.1stvision.com/machine-vision-solutions/2023/05/new-ids-xls-cameras-tiny-cameras-low-price-category.html Recommend you put “Sample and Evaluate” price on all your products and sell them online with a click. This “get a quote” should have died with green eye-shades and quill pens. If it looks good on paper, the ONLY way to check is to get one and test it. No amount of “expert assistance”

# Anton Petrov Videos: Atomic and nuclear fuels for Heliospheric exploration, industries and human benefit

Anton Petrov: Incredible Advances In Nuclear Stirling Engines For Space Exploration at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chv6_seOaWw Little bits of power for communications and sensors is a start, but the real improvements will be when nuclear and atomic power sources (using “nuclear fuels”, “atomic fuels) are applied to high power things like transportation, mining, processing. And by processing, I mean

# GWOSC and Auxiliary Data – Combining LIGO style detectors with all earth-based sensor networks

Correlating LIGO style strain and auxiliary data with all data from earth-based sensor networks I followed many of the pathways from this email looking for downloadable data on the Internet accessible from the browser. All I found was your groups favorite software ways to access things you are interested in. And nowhere did I find

# Feedback to CERN domain at their Atlas page, “Higgs Boson”, “The Standard Model”, untraceable fragments

Your message has been sent at Friday, 20 January 2023 – 07:38. Thank you for your feedback. The Feedback form is locked but not marked as such:  I got an email immediately – “atlas-public-web-feedback@cern.ch  Your message can’t be delivered because delivery to this address is restricted.” They did not send back my message.  Courteous, world