# 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

# Colliding protons and electrons and making them fuse, Gravitational energy density, and scale

The Slow Mo Guys: Ridiculous Magnets Colliding at 187,000FPS – The Slow Mo Guys at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHPtuEfMPTc Slow Mo Guys, you can do the same with protons, electrons, positrons, anti-protons, any particle with a permanent magnetic dipole moment. You have to line up the spins properly, and time them using magnetic resonant imaging methods. But it can

# Infrared Detectors, Detector sensitivity, “the Jones Unit”

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Antoni-Rogalski I came across this entry for your book on ResearchGate but it does not seem to be connected to your profile. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343958463_2D_Materials_for_Infrared_and_Terahertz_Detectors I am looking at infrared detector sensitivities to see which might be getting close to where they will pick up gravitational variations. Many new detectors now can pick up what is termed

# Now make it into an online toolkit with associated data

Zhigang Suo @zhigangsuo 23h The new book by ⁦@LallitAnand⁩, Ken Kamrin, ⁦@SGovindjee⁩ arrived today. The authors state that the book is for a course for undergraduate juniors and seniors. Topics include Elasticity Plasticity & creep Fracture & fatigue Viscoelasticity Rubber elasticity https://pic.twitter.com/mWhbXpAVKy Replying to @zhigangsuo @LallitAnand and @SGovindjee Now make it into an online toolkit

# Ambient Acoustic Noise equal to Maximum Solar Power Intensity

The reference sound pressure is 20 microPascal, often referred to as “limit of human hearing” in one of those super quiet rooms. Find Common sound pressures on Wikipedia “Sound pressure”. You might convert pressure to power Pascal = Newtons/meter^2 = Newton*Meters/Meter^3 = Joules/Meter^3 = (Watts/Meter^2)/(Meters/second). Pressure = Force/Area = Force*Distance/Area*Distance = Energy/Volume = (Power/Area)/(Velocity) Power/Area

# 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

# 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

# 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.