Category: Internet efficiency

Comment on Applied Sciences Video – Measuring Human Digestive Efficiency vs a flame

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wZ0wTqJIxY I am fairly certain you are just seeing the fiber that is concentrated in the feces. It has about the same heating value per unit mass as the original, but indigestible. Most all the sugars, starches and lighter fats are likely to be used for energy – converted to energy, CO2 and water with
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Comment on Industrial applications of pulsed power technology

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/3340967_Industrial_applications_of_pulsed_power_technology_IEEE_Trans_Dielecrt_Electr_Insul/comments Thanks for gathering this together. But the last decades or so, the cost of high power, high dI/dt controls has dropped considerably – drones, 3D printers, PWM servos, robotics, vehicles. I have only looked at a few areas so far. What you sort of missed was the sensor and control and modeling side. Atmospheric
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Comment on Nuclear Desalination Report

http://Article Nuclear Desalination: A State-of-the-Art Review Thank you for putting this together. This is a clear, and fairly complete, review of the issues, economics, performance and maintenance of nuclear desalination processors. I just wish that each site’s operational, financial and social impacts were public on the Internet in a form for comparison and optimization. Encouraging
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Is there an Internet data policy for SKA and related data? Human value of shared raw, live data streams

Karen Lee-Waddell, Pete Wheeler, SKA web contact, I am trying to piece together the Internet data sharing policy for SKA from what is visible on the Internet. Is SKA data going to be available to everyone on the Internet?  In accessible form? Reading these it seems SKA data is only for certain people for very
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Models at CCMC, Vitmo ModelWeb Browser Results, Fundamental constants and equations used

Hello, I was enjoying your model site.  One of the better ones on the Internet in terms of ease of use and clarity. The only thing that I would like different is to have parameters in the generated URL, so that I can bookmark a run and go back to it again, without manually entering
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Comment on a wonderful recipe

It’s so delicious that I cook it almost every day! incredible recipe # 10 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G54qzw7iQM The food is beautiful. Your methods and cooking show well. It is easy to see the care you put into making textures that fit the cooking, and probably taste good and are satisfying to eat. But, you need context.
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Comment on Climate Change video from TED

Watch the 2021 TED Countdown Global Livestream | Take action on climate change https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SG_vqlb1pOQ So now TED is an entertainment channel? There used to be some thought and effort. But now it is all click bait. 2:35:16? Where is your data and models? All talk. There are 150,848 views at 5:00 am 31 Oct 2021
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Comment on a video about making your own butter, is it cost effective in the United States?

Stop buying butter! Do it yourself! Only 1 ingredient needed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arCzflCjzKQ In the United States I think heavy cream with 35% butter fat costs more than butter. And your method requires a mixer, blender, bowls and utensils. So ordinary, non chef, humans might be better to just buy butter when it is on sale.
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Finding good things to do on the Internet – classic problems with ALL Internet efforts now

Thorsten. I noticed you were following me, so I looked to see what you are doing.  Your activities on the Internet are scattered and use too many styles.  Do you have something you want to do?  I read some of your papers, projects and websites. They are kind of all over the place.  Have you looked deep to see
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Comment on the true cost of electric vehicles – wasted time by not sharing models and data

Tesla vs Gas: TRUE Charging Cost After 75,000 Miles at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRie5t9GHLw 75,000 miles/28 miles per gallon equivalent = 2,679 gallon gas equivalent 2679 gge * (33.7 KWH/gge) = 90,282 KWH at 100% efficiency 90,283/0.92 efficiency = 98133 KWH purchased 98133 KWH * 0.0798 $/KWH = $6948 But he says $1400. His miles per gallon seems
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