# Units and Dimensions must be enforced, or the world, including whole countries, will likely fall apart

Units and Dimensions by Rajaram Nityananda at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCwJuZloV0c If you are going to teach units, you should prepare them for a lifetime. Do not teach them how to use units as they are used now. Teach then how to look for and document units. And to prefer sources and groups who use units well. A

# All sites do conversions from global open resource, not rely on their few programmers

(1.5 inch)^3 has units of length^3 Google answered 55.306341 milliliters Rather than treating each word problem separately just do the whole thing, consistently and coordinate with all search engines and sites so it is not “everyone doing their own thing) (1.5*2.54 cm)^3 = 5.5306341E-5 meter^3 — for (1.5 inch)^3 in meter^3 they refer to a

# 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

# Internet Global Open Resources, Global Open Tokens

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnCmvxt2jn8 I try to read and review internet content of all kinds. When I see people wasting time, it bothers me. When millions of people waste time it is bad. When billions waste years each, a catastrophe. The properties of air and electrical circuits are well known. Air is about 2.5 Kilogram/Meter^3 and molar mass

# SI units (Standard Internet) – Nickel Chromium wire, Gauges, Power, Heat, Kelvin

https://www.masterwiresupply.com/ I bought 100 foot (30.48 Meters) of your 28 Gauge Nichrome 80 wire from Amazon and was looking for properties and specifications for a lab experiment. 6 ohms per foot at “room temperature” is 6*(1000/(12*25.4)) = 19.6850393701 Ohms/Meter. The class is always in SI units and always carry full precise to verify long chains

# A ThorLabs camera for “NIR”. Comments on Kelvin labeling of image sensors and electromagnetic regions

Chad, I found the spectral sensitivity of the CS135MUN camera.  I am looking out past 2,000 nm = 2 um (below 1500 Kelvin, below 85 THz) https://www.thorlabs.com/images/tabimages/CS135MUN_Quantum_Efficiency_G1-780.gif https://www.omnicalculator.com/physics/wiens-law I also found your ThorLabs repositories on GitHub, but probably not sufficient for what I need. https://github.com/Thorlabs Do you make your own images sensors, or use ones

# Stars and particles bind by magnetic dipole and higher magnetic multipoles when very close

Atoms and particles bind by magnetic dipole and higher magnetic multipoles when they are very close. Classical electrodynamics is a convenient way to get rough estimates when doing chemistry inside and near the nucleus and particles. But since stars and planets have magnetic dipoles, the 1/r^3 magnetic energy comes into play. So there should

# Nuclear and Atomic Data, effect of order of magnitude increase in precision on opportunities in global machine learning

Donnie Mason, I was just enjoying the graphs and data at NuDat 3.0.  I have been reading and using table of isotopes for over 50 years.  It is finally getting to where it is easy to use. I was looking at Q beta-, Q beta+ and Q EC for all the isotopes and the CSVs

# Teach your country how to use computers and the Internet to share models and simulations that all can use and trace

H C Verma Course:  HC Verma-Magnetic field a consequence of relativity in hindi at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMHbdyJDL1I New: This is a good result, but it needs to be in the computer as an engineering model. Not long algebra on a blackboard. Old: H C Verma, You are perpetuating a population of humans in a country that relies only

# Give AIs full mathematics, models, equations, calculators, computers, sensors and memory of their own

Cool Worlds Podcast: #4 Hod Lipson – Automated Physics Discovery, ChatGPT, Future of AI at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KT7gAYmnOhI Hod Lipson,  If you take a time series and its first and second differences, the systems where “velocity” and “acceleration” work are the ones where the second difference, “acceleration” is normally distributed. For 25 years, I have checked all the