Month: November 2021

Susan Parker Note about soft xrays and the gravitational potential

Hello, Susan, There was no indication of a new message, I just happened to look. LIGO shares some data, but there is a big difference between putting files online and actually sharing. The amount of fiddling they put into their strain data makes is nearly impossible to use without substantial insider information. They did put
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Comment on This AI learned to animate humanoids — solving SCI and nerve bypass globally

This AI Learned To Animate Humanoids! at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTqVhcrilrE I am trying to help someone who broke their neck in July at C4 (completely paralyzed but breathing on his own). My own brother died many yeas ago after living 18 months with a C2 break (completely paralyzed on a respirator). There are many technologies for picking
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Comments on Protein Data Base, The Internet is for everyone, not just who you are familiar with

I was just browsing Protein Data Base PDB and wanted to look at the electron density at https://www.rcsb.org/structure/1bkv It timed out, so I looked at Chrome Devtools consoles to see loadSearch: counter.n=37 react-search.js?ts=5455752:138 loadSearch: counter.n=38 react-search.js?ts=5455752:138 loadSearch: counter.n=39 react-search.js?ts=5455752:153 ERROR: UNABLE TO LOAD SEARCH COMPONENT AFTER 40 ATTEMPTS May be unrelated to display (lack of)
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Notes on Individual, Family, National, International and Global Collaborations – “Global Communities”

Draft – contact me if you have questions.  I am writing a separate proposal, rather a model for all global communities. Dr Hossain, I am reading many of the articles you have collaborated on related to spinal cord injury in Bangladesh, training, and impact on families.  I see you trying to use phones and the
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Mars and moon and space need atomic power – shipping to Mars example

SpaceX Starship can return from Mars without surface refilling at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u55zpE4r-_Y The engineering design and manufacturing costs for atomic power are a lot less than the cost of hauling chemical or solar panels to Mars. Do the numbers and see what it is worth to spend on lightweight atomic power units and technologies. A few ten
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Comment on Earthquake Seismograph Using Bismuth Magnetic Levitator – about state of the art in low cost gravitational detector arrays

Earthquake seismograph using bismuth magnetic levitator as sensor at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIANNzpec7Y Tomislav Stimac, The “standard” still for accelerometers is the small but global network of super conducting gravimeters (SGs). They use liquid helium cooled niobium magnetically levitated spheres as the test mass. The sensitivity is about 0.1 nanometers per second squared (nm/s2) at 1 sample per second.
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