Isotopic Masses, Fundamental Constant Groups, World Education, Gravitational Fuels
I start by showing how bad PDF is for sharing data. I am trying to get a simple table of isotopic masses to check the nuclear data tables. And it is stored in terrible form.
I had to copy and paste and edit to get a decent table. So I talked about my background and things on my mind as I was clicking and copying. Maybe you will find that interesting. I wanted to do science and engineering – to have some control over my world and knowledge – from a young age. And I was not that smart. So I have great empathy for new learners, or people who have struggled and worked all their lives and have things they want to try or do or make or create or discuss or build, or just share.
So I talk a lot about how to find the people working on atomic energy, nuclear data, fundamental constants, and get them to help the world. To teach the coming generations. To be a resource for current industries, new technologies. Not just the few ten thousand physical universities and colleges, but all ages. 4.8 Billion people using the Internet, at least one in 10,000 can try atomic engineering and gravitational engineering. That is 480,000 unique individuals across many ages.
At the end I talk about gravitational detectors again and gravitational GPS. I keep hoping someone will begin making them. It is not hard and the benefits are great. Making this helped me focus on things I have to do next. I want those webs of relationships as living tools and data structures to browse and investigate science, engineering, mathematics, modeling and simulation, animation, exploration and discovery and creativity. Will see. So far no one seems to be watching these. If they do, no one every asks anything or offers suggestions.
Richard K Collins, Director, The Internet Foundation