Category: Collaborative Model and Data

Balloon Videos, Allsky and HalfSky Cameras on the Internet

UFOs Unexpected Flying Objects on a Peaceful Morning – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCmkCsNVzEI I am reviewing live videos on the Internet, but seldom have time to just enjoy them. I made a second video of the balloons, but tried to add a magnifier to the video to show them larger. I want to add many tools to make
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Comment on Figma video – make your own interactive global forum, let everyone use it for free

How we Jam: FigJam for Designers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoCRiAWNEYI You took an interactive and collaborative environment and transferred it to a one way only, no feedback format when you put this on YouTube. You should have Figma be able to talk to the whole Internet (about 4.8 billion with some access) and then listen and let
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Comment on a Prayer for Afghanistan on Facebook

Peggy Browder Collins, Cristine Phillipps Arnold, Melanie Smith Krenek⁠ ⁠ When my Mom was still living, she prayed constantly. She taught us to care about every person. When I was growing up, there were whole communities of people praying constantly. ⁠ Now Cristine’s prayers are organized and focused on specific issues. I can see her
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Why did the Google molecular weight of methane come out as 20.067?

Hello, I was working on atmospheric composition and asked google methane pubchem molecular weight It came up with 20.067 which traces to https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/2H4_Methane Now I am tired, but carbon is 12.011 and hydrogen is 1.008*4, so the total should be closer to 16.011 Is this page supposed to be deuterated?  12.011 + 2*4.0282035557 = 20.067407
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Broken Links on PCMDI.LLNL.gov – Global Climate Change Models

Karl, Here are some notes on broken links and bad practices.  I put notes on my search for climate models.  I do these rough searches to get started on a complete review of a topic group on the Internet.  Picking a hard enough problem at global scale is the only way to stay organized and
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Tweets about lossless sharing of astronomical images

Related: A desktop photo scanner can get 6400 dots per inch over 8.5*11 inches. That is 3.82976  GigaPixels with 32 bit colors. See also: PetaPixelProject.com with many 10 to 100 GigaPixel images. They use “Atlas Browser Based Viewer” that seems to work.  I am not recommending it, just noting they seem to be able to
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Comment on video Colorful sunrise / convection at sunset – 25 June 2020

UND Atmospheric Sciences – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVvaJnSsri0 No numbers? No radar correlations? No models? No satellite correlations? No corrections for sun angle and lighting? No temperatures or pressures or wind speeds? No science? I expected more from “Atmospheric Sciences”. At least put two cameras and do a little 3D estimation. Frame to frame correlations and velocities? Estimate
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Comments on a video tour of Cern’s Atlas facility

360° tour: ATLAS Experiment – Inside CERN’s largest detector! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=On1WbLKP8DA Dear Atlas at Cern: There are two purposes for a video like this. One is to simulate what physical visitors do and see if they ever have a chance to visit. You show the parking lot, door, elevator, tunnels, and things. You show things from
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Comment on Virtual Family Trees for Ancestry and the Internet

Even though it might seem extra work, I might log into another account, but rather than make me the manager, I leave them as owner and manager, and invite myself as a DNA collaborator, and invite myself to their tree as Editor. Life is long and the people you help should have some measure of
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Trying to come to grips with broad terms like “fluctuations”

Alexander If you search for “fluctuations” OR “fluctuations” on google, it will give you about 97 Million entry points. For the last 23 years I have been tracing through these kinds of searches to see exactly what people are doing with terms like “fluctuations”. As you can imagine, this particular term, “fluctuations” has lots of
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