Category: Web Policies Internet Polices

Comment on Jordan Sullivan, Neutrinos and Antimatter Video

Neutrinos and antimatter at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcpNhPBxwfo Jordan, You can combine a particle and its anti-particle into a stable form, if you provide angular momentum. The external charge and magnetic dipole moments are effectively zero, and the particle is effectively all binding energy which has no mass. The pair can store most any amount of energy, but
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Comment on exploding cell phone batteries

My cell phone popped open when I was talking. The reason is the battery had expanded to three times its normal size. I searched the Internet and found this is called “swollen battery” and found some videos of cell phones exploding and burning when the swollen lithium battery is punctured or compressed. My question: Is
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Comment on Flying over Norway video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFPECa8psWM FLYING OVER NORWAY (4K UHD) – Relaxing Music & Amazing Beautiful Nature Scenery For Stress Relief You might be able to use captions to label the locations and camera directions as the scenes change, I don’t know these places and would like to learn the names and latitude and longitude. The caption is optional,
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Real world global communities on the Internet – Comment

Real-World Global Networks at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsYxcaER4ww Victoria, For the past 23 years I have been studying global communities.  I took over TheInternetFoundation (net org com) from Network Solutions in July 1998 after the original Internet Foundation was cancelled for US political reasons. It is not “networks”, though global communities use hardware and software. Rather it is people
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Comment on Kaoru GreenEmerald – The Whole History of the Earth and Life

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ4CUw9RcuA Kaoru GreenEmerald – The Whole History of the Earth and Life 【Finished Edition】 As far as I can tell, this is an artistic interpretation of things you have read, thought about, and imagined. There are no links to source materials, data, models, groups, or calibrations. Yet, all the things mentioned, or hinted at, are
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Comment on Downwind Faster Than the Wind by Veritasium, How Does it Work?

Downwind Faster Than the Wind by Veritasium: How Does it Work? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkhBskovitQ A good quantitative simulation does not need words, and the process of design is more efficient, not maintaining an inaccurate word model alongside the simulation. The words will always be ambiguous, but the model can be calibrated and fit to measurements from the
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Comment on making rubies in a microwave oven

How To Make Ruby in a Microwave at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybcdRQmQcHQ It looks like the aluminum wire is burning (oxidizing) to aluminum oxide, and melting some of the close mixture. If you use coarse grained aluminum powder, and mix with the oxides, it might work longer and more uniformly. The melting point of aluminum oxide is 2072
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Sanskrit, Tamil, Sumerian, Hangul – grammars, literacy, the Internet

Clif, I am looking at the origins of Sumeria. The language is similar to Tamil, and the roots of the early languages include Sanskrit. An Indian grammarian named Panini studied and formalized a grammar notation for Sanskrit in a way that is considered to be an early context free grammar.  The reliance on “string rewriting
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Emoji languages – symbols and communication

Emily, Humans and animals with eyes are pretty good at quickly identifying things seen in the past.  It is a basic survival skill.  “Identify the person”, “Identify the weapon”, “Identify the ripe fruit”. So when training populations for basic survival, you probably have to go back to “Identify and classify quickly” – if you value
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