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Developing some new technology in the home rotation laboratory. This is a prototype Teleportation defragmenter to be used in conjunction with the time travel machine. Ive found with time travel you arrive in a new time but in the exact same spot as your current launch spot. This can prove problematic for several reasons. With the the teleportation defragmenter device you arrive in the time AND location you wish. Please inquire within if you would like to be a test subject for future launch projects. That is all for now.

Carson Workshops Summit - The Future of Web Apps Well it looks like I'll be attending The Future of Web Apps conference this year along with my Zooomr boss Kristopher Tate. This should be a pretty interesting and informative conference and includes a lot of the heavyweights in the Web 2 dot whatever space. Kevin Rose from Digg is going to be speaking. TechCrunch's Mike Arrington is going to be talking about "building tomorrow's Flickr" (note to self, take notes). Cal Henderson is going to talk about "taking flickr from beta to gamma." John Battelle will be there, Tantek Celik, Evan Williams, Tom Coates, Matt Mullenweg, and lots of others. People from Google and Yahoo! and Newsvine all there speaking.

 

I'm hoping that I'll learn some things from the conference. I'll definitely be blogging it and I'll be shooting it as well. I'm normally not a conference guy, but this is one of the best line ups I've seen in a long time. I'll be the guy getting in everyone's face with a camera. If you see me say hello.

 

The price for the event is $295.

Dark Lord V - Part 9 - Webs of connection

(Explored #477 10/08/2016)

 

In this day of modern technology, of the internet of things and the world wide web, it is almost possible to create any abstract image.

However nature and the natural world can still surpass most.

There is no trickery here; simply two parallel webs woven by two separate spiders over the same opening but on different sides of the gate.

Add a touch of morning dew and a sparkle of sunlight.

Little was going to slip though here.

 

I couldn’t help but muse on what aeolian tunes would hum in such a small world.

 

But hark what was that I was hearing; there was to be a gathering …

  

This wonderfully lifelike sculpture (here and below) is of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He proposed that an inter-network of computers should link together for the common good – and the fact that I've uploaded and you’re reading this is testament to this great man’s imagination and foresight.

 

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is professor of engineering and computer science at the University of Southampton and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2007, he established the World Wide Web Foundation, to ensure an open and free web for the benefit of humanity.

 

The sculpture is by Sean Henry. He modelled it in clay before casting it in bronze and painting it. This marvellous piece of art work is to be seen on the ground floor of the National Portrait Gallery in London.

 

The size of a 40.000 year old tooth from the Denisova cave indicates a very tall individual, and artefacts found tell about

an unbelievable modern technology - including high speed drilling. The first kings of Egypt were called Gods, but they lived with the people and helped them to develop their civilisation. Many of the granite and basalt artefacts found in Egypt can only have been done by high speed drilling. Were these divine kings in fact Denisova hominins? Did they underestimate how fragile the eco-balance of our environment is, did they trigger a worldwide catastrophe that "capsized" the Earth and wiped them out?

Remnants of a previously unknown hominin, distinct from both early modern humans and Neanderthals,

were a few years ago found in the Denisova cave of southern Siberia: Denisova hominins. The bones and also artefacts excavated at the same level were carbon dated to around 40.000 BP. The scientists say these Denisovans had "modern technology and ornaments, including a very beautiful bracelet". Our archaic cousins the Denisova Hominins

A catastrophe in form of a flood that, according to the legends wiped out the Egyptian civilization that was developed by divine kings (Gods), shall have taken place more than 30.000 years ago. The finger bone, the large tooth and the artefacts found in the Denisova cave in the north-east Altai Mountains region are also dated to be more than 30.000 years old. The small bone belonged to a very young girl. A small bracelet of polished stone was also found, and since it was found in the same layer and dated to the same age; it might have belonged to her.

We can only speculate why the young girl was in the cave. Could it be that she was seeking shelter from a coming catastrophe, might be brought there by her mother or father? Or that she was washed into the cave by the raging wave of a tsunami - even if the cave today is 600 meters above sea level?

It seems that the first rulers of Egypt had a technology that was even more advanced than we have today; we are in fact unable to replicate many of the artefacts found. And it still is an open question how they managed to construct the Great Pyramid with its incredible precision and up to 70 ton's stones.

The archaeologists say that the ancient Egyptians used simple tools like bronze chisels and stone hammers but many of the items found, like basalt jars and also the so called sarcophagus in the Great Pyramid, cannot be made without high speed drilling with drill-bits harder than basalt and granite. The artefacts found in the Denisova cave, the bracelet with pendant, the eyed needles and other ornaments, also witness of a superior technology - and believe it or not: They had used hight speed drilling!

Not us homo sapien sapien

We do not know how the Denisova hominines looked but as mentioned: A tooth found in the cave was very large, so they might have been very tall. We know that people in the area surrounding the Altai Mountains in the 6th to 3rd centuries BC had a very advanced technology; a race of white skinned, blond, blue eyed and very tall people with Caucasian features and long skulls.

The divine kings, the "Gods", of Egypt were often depicted as white skinned, blond, blue eyed and very tall people with Caucasian features and a long skull. Were the "Gods" of the ancient Egyptian king-lists in fact Denisovans? Not us homo sapien sapien but our archaic cousins the Denisova Hominins?

We do not yet know what the Denisova hominins looked like but a Denisovan tooth found in the cave is the largest archaic homo species tooth found. Were the Denisovans the giants of the legends all over the world? Where they the first kings of Egypt - the divine Pharaohs? Did they have an advanced technology that later got lost, might be together with the Denisovans themselves, in a world wide catastrophe?

 

Global warming

Professor Gregory Ryskin at Northwestern University in Illinois, USA, has found that the long-term changes in the Earth's main magnetic field are possibly induced by our oceans' circulation. We know that global warming already has raised the temperatures of the oceans of the world and some scientists have proposed that this could disrupt thermohaline circulation (THC), which is a massive, worldwide system of ocean currents. We have already seen a change in some ocean currents, so a change in our Earth's magnetic field might already be happening! Might be this is why our magnetic poles are moving much more rapid than before! Scary stuff - because this could also mean a change in the Earth's gravity - and changes in gravitational forces will certainly affect the tectonic plates and with the continents on them. Might be this is the reason why we also experience more earthquakes than before?! Might be we should take Hapgood's conclusions and Heyerdahl's warning serious?

Did the Egyptian "capsize" the world - did they have technologies that could contribute to a sudden and rapid polar change? Might be because of and a change in the Earths gravity and/or magnetic field? Well, some say that the ancient Egyptians used the pyramids to create a unique form of energy. That they by paying special attention to celestial events, they could have used natural forces like static electricity, the Earth's magnetic field, and lightning.

Electric phenomenon

Sir William Seimens, a famous German born English inventor, travelled to Egypt and visited the Great Pyramid. While they were standing on the top, the guide remarked that when he raised his hand with his fingers spread, it caused an intense ringing noise in his ears. Sir William ventured a few tests, one by raising his arm with his index finger pointing, which he claimed caused a prickling sensation. He then drank some wine from a metallic cup which gave him a distinct shock. He was convinced he was witnessing some sort of electric phenomenon and instantly put this to the test by assembling a makeshift Leyden Jar, an apparatus for the storage of static electricity, by wrapping moistened newspaper around the wine bottle. The static charge at the peak of the pyramid was so high that sparks began to stream from the bottle. The guide was so shocked that he accused Sir William of witchcraft and tried to grab the bottle, but an electrical jolt knocked him unconscious.

A power plant?

Master craftsman and engineer Christopher Dunn argues that based on his measurements of Egyptian monuments, ancient stonecutting achieved a high-precision accuracy surpassing modern accuracy standards in building. He asked himself what was the power source that fuelled such a civilization and after twenty years of research, Dunn reveals that the Great Pyramid of Giza was actually a electrical power plant. Based on the technology of harmonic resonance, he claims that the pyramid was a large acoustical device! By its size and dimensions, this crystal edifice created a harmonic resonance with the Earth and converted Earth's vibrational energies to microwave radiation. He shows in his books and articles how the pyramid's numerous chambers and passageways were positioned with the deliberate precision to maximize its acoustical qualities.

Inventor Michael F. Praamsma partly agrees but he says that the Great Pyramid at Giza was "a sophisticated acoustical sound chamber that was used as a technique to generate natural sounds to create an elevated frequency environment confined to a single resonant physical cavity". He claims that the Great Pyramid was systematically and competently sealed, and that this was "a sign it was decommissioned and intended to be of use again at a future day, when the awakened humanity would restore it competently to its rightful function, unfortunately history went another way."

A California researcher, Peter Grandics, has shown how an antenna, modeled on the Great Pyramid of Giza, can transfer the power of atmospheric electrostatic discharge impulses into a resonant circuit that converts the random impulses into an alternating current as a potential source of renewable electric power. Thousands of terawatts of power are generated in the troposphere by thunderstorms and a pyramidal structure, with its optimal geometry and construction, can act as a suitable charge sink, capturing this electric.

A biological engineer named John Burke argues that the movement of underground water in limestone aquifers below monuments produces an electric current via friction and the rich magnetic dolomite content of the stone. Burke measured positive ground current at Silbury hill in England, an ancient pyramidal mound composed of chalk and clay that lies on top of such limestone bedrock riddled with zig zagging aquifers filled with rainwater. Such tunnels and water caverns lie beneath the Giza plateau as well. Abd'El Hakim Awyan, a native Egyptian archaeologist, attests to swimming in such tunnels during his youth on the Giza plateau.

Electric torches?

Another alternative theory is that the pyramids were wireless power plants used to generate electricity and for wireless communication. On the internet you will find a video where it is speculated that the Great Pyramid may have been powered by the Ark of the Covenant. The person behind the video is saying that murals inside tombs and temples show that the ancient Egyptians were using handheld electric torches powered by cable free power sources. It is believed that the so called sarcophagus inside the Great Pyramid has the exact dimensions, according to the Christian bible, to house the Ark of Covenant: That the pyramid with a capstone of gold and the covenant in place was a kind of super capacitor the could produce and store electric energy. It is also theorized that Moses stole the Ark of Covenant from the pyramid and took it with him out of Egypt. This should be the main reason for the downfall of the Egyptian pharaohs; without the electrics power their own power dwindled. This should have happened at the time of the pharaoh Ramses II.

Three engineers; Erica Miller, Sean Sloan and Gregg Wilson all agree on one theory: That the Great Pyramid acted as a huge nuclear breeder reactor, which produced Plutonium fuel by mediating uranium isotopes in water. Supposedly, the King's Chamber was flooded with a water pump, and the sarcophagus was packed with uranium ore.

Frenchman Antoine Bovis stumbled upon dead cats and mice that had been disposed of in the trash cans inside the Great Pyramid, and they were perfectly mummified - apparently automatically, without putrefying or giving off a stench. When Bovis returned to France he built a scale model of Khufu's monument, deposited a dead cat inside - and the Giza phenomenon repeated itself, the cat mummified without rotting. Karl Drbal of Czechoslovakia researched this further and said that this was due to the pyramid's special cavity that resonated with cosmic microwaves concentrated in the earth's magnetic field. He also hypothesized that the same concept would work for rusted shavers, and claimed the sharpness of the tools returned after lacing them in a scale model of the pyramid. Stanford Research Institute, however, carrying out experiments in the Great Pyramid, and found that biological samples deteriorated at normal rates within the structure.

Energy grid

Some researchers say that it not by chance that the Great Pyramid was built where it was. They propose that the Earth has a planetary energetic grid that operates through geometric patterns called Sacred Geometry. Grids meet at various intersecting points forming a grid or matrix. These grid points shall be found at some of the strongest power places on the planet. A planetary grid map outlined by the Russian team of Goncharov, Morozov and Makarov has an overall organization anchored to the north and south axial poles and the Great Pyramid at Giza.

It is said that the ancient people, including the Egyptians, knew that wherever the earth's energy gathered into a vortex was a sacred place. Very simular is the theory that the Earth has as net of electromagnetic lines, and that the intersecting points of the network, the knots, are influenced by underground veins of water as well as magnetic forces emanating naturally from the Earth. The ancient Egyptians are said to have been able to move and/or anchor the energy lines by pushing metal rods into the ground before they built a temple or pyramid - they shall have called it "piercing the snake".

Also what is called lay lines seems to be connected to an ancient grid of a form. According to Wikipedia; "Ley lines are hypothetical alignments of a number of places of geographical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths." Archaeologists have documented that the alignments are existing but it is not proved that the ley lines and their intersection points resonate a special psychic or magical energy or that they have electrical or magnetic forces as some writers claim.

Pyramid fortex using a Tesla coil

In addition to all this it is also said that we have high energy spots on the Earth called vortices - and they shall be linked ley lines. A Vortex (plural: vortices) is usually a spinning, often turbulent, flow of fluid but some also include a kind of spinning Earth energy due to its electromagnetic field. Such vortices can be volcanoes, high mountains, hot springs, mineral deposits, deep gorges, rock outcroppings and even in deserts like the Sinai. Ancient sites can also be vortices, like the pyramids of Egypt. Dr. Dee J. Nelson has taken a so called Kirlian photograph of energy spiralling out of the top of a pyramid using a Tesla Coil.

Nikola Tesla - Earthquake Machine

The Tesla Coil was invented by Serbian-American engineer Nikola Tesla (1856 - 1943), one of history's greatest scientists. His coil is an electrical resonant transformer circuit, used to produce high-voltage, low-current, and high frequency alternating-current electricity. Yes, he is best known for inventing the alternating electrical current (AC) used all over the world today, but his patents and theoretical work helped form the basis for radio comunication and many other inventions.

Nikola Tesla was an electrical genius, but he also was responsible for a number of mechanical devices. One of these was his "Earthquake Machine" also known as the Tesla Oscillator. The machine which Tesla tested was no larger than an alarm clock but it is said that when he started to twiddle the machine's frequency-controller in his lab: blocks around chaos reigned as objects fell off shelves, furniture moved across floors, windows shattered, and pipes broke. When the police arrived they found the inventor smashing the resonator to bits with a hammer: "Gentlemen, I am sorry. You are just a trifle too late to witness my experiment. I found it necessary to stop it suddenly and unexpectedly in an unusual way, he said calmly to the astonished officers.

Tesla was convinced that by finding the correct frequency, any structure can be destroyed (an obvious example is the wine glass shattered by an opera singer). He later told a friend that he could split the Earth with one of these devices: "I could set the earth's crust into such a state of vibration that it would rise and fall hundreds of feet, throwing rivers out of their beds, wrecking buildings, and practically destroying civilization".

Tesla and coils

Tesla claimed that the laws of electromagnetics were connected to gravity, and one of his patents was on a flying machine without wings or propellers but based on what he called electrogravitics. Tesla also was working on a generator that basically worked by harnessing the electricity from the air and the ground. He used the natural conductivity of limestone aquifers to generate electrical power. The power ran up the ground into the Tesla coil tower above, which in theory should channel wirelessly transmitted power over great distances. Since Telsa wanted the distribution of the energy to be free, the inventor's sponsor pulled out from funding the scientist's machine before it was completed. Tesla died a poor and disillusioned man.

His research station for transmitting power at Colorado Springs might have a link to the Great Pyramid - a notable harmonic association between the latitude positions of both sites. Coral Castle - 9-ton gate that moves with just a touch of the finger.

Edward Leedskalnin - Coral Castle

Another person that was interested in gravity and electromagnetism was Edward Leedskalnin (1887-1951) - an eccentric Latvian emigrant to the United States. He built the extraordinary monument known as Coral Castle in Florida. Leedskalnin single-handedly and secretly carved and displayed over 1,100 tons of coral rock, the heaviest stone weighing 35 tons. It is a mystery how the tiny man could move all the heavy stones. He claimed to have discovered the secrets of the pyramids, and had found out how the Egyptians and the ancient builders in Peru, Yucatan, and Asia, with only primitive tools, raised and set in place blocks of stone weighing many tons! But he did not want to show

"I have discovered the secrets of the pyramids, and have found out how the Egyptians and the ancient builders in Peru, Yucatan, and Asia, with only primitive tools, raised and set in place blocks of stone weighing many tons!"

- Edward Leedskalninanybody how it was done and worked mostly at night-time. A group of young witnesses claimed to see coral blocks floating through the air "like hydrogen balloons" and another time one of Ed's neighbours found him singing to the stones with his hands placed on their surface as if he were somehow making them lighter.

Ed Leedskalnin disputed contemporary science and believed that "all matter consists of magnets which can produce measurable phenomena, and electricity." Ed would say he had "re-discovered the laws of weight, measurement, and leverage," and that these concepts "involved the relationship of the Earth to celestial alignments."

Researchers have speculated that Ed Leedskalnin learned the secret of levitation and one theory in particular caught the imagination of many. The planetary grid hypothesis postulates that the earth is covered by an invisible web of energy which is concentrated at points of telluric power, the convergence of which create unusual phenomena. Leedskalnin moved the complex from Florida City to Homestead and some suggest this was because Ed realized he had made a mathematical error in his original positioning and moved to an area with greater telluric force.

The famed American psychic Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) said during his readings that the Great Pyramid "was erected by the application of those universal laws and forces of nature which cause iron to float. By the same laws, gravity may be overcome, or neutralized, and stone made to float in air. The Pyramid was thus built by levitation, abetted by song and chanting". He also said that the Great Pyramid was built was built as a hall of initiation around 10,500BC by those who originally came from the civilization of Atlantis.

Levitation by sound

Metal rods that caused the stone to levitate

The current estimates of mainstream science contends that it took a workforce of 4,000 to 5,000 men 20 years to build the Great Pyramid using ropes, pulleys, ramps, ingenuity and brute force. But the 10th century Arab historian, Abul Hasan Ali Al-Masudi had written a 30-volume history of the world and he wrote about how the great stone blocks of the pyramid were transported. First, he said, a "magic papyrus" was placed under the stone to be moved. Then the stone was struck with a metal rod that caused the stone to levitate and move along a path paved with stones and fenced on either side by metal poles. The stone would travel along the path, wrote Al-Masudi, for a distance of about 50 meters and then settle to the ground. The process would then be repeated until the builders had the stone where they wanted it.

An ancient legend tells that The Great Pyramid was built from year 10,490 to 10,390 B.C. That the god Ra made studies of the terrain and took great care in figuring the geometrical location in relation to the Sphinx and the four cardinal points of the compass. The Pyramid was then built by levitation, abetted by song and chanting.

Well, we do not have any proof that the ancient Egyptians could make the huge stones fly through the air but levitation is no longer only a party-trick by magicians with quick fingers. We have high speed trains that levitate by the help of magnetic power and in an incredible move for modern medicine; scientists are using sound waves to help levitate droplets of drugs to make them with less side effects.

A kind of Swiss knife

The Great Pyramid is very different to other pyramids, in Giza or else. Most alternative researches conclude that it was some kind of machine; most possibly a power station. We have seen that it would be impossible to use the Great Pyramid as a tomb for a pharaoh and that dating of seashell tells that it much older than the other pyramids. The nearby sphinx has been re-dated to be at least 5000 years old because of the erosion from water, but it might be much older. The same will go for the Great Pyramid. Some speculate that the Great Pyramid was a kind of Swiss knife - a gigantic multipurpose tool. The world "pyramid" means "fire in the middle" - so if it was a kind of power station with the power source situated in what is called Khufu's sarcophagus the some researches in one way might be correct when that speculate that the pyramid also was built as a gigantic ram water pump - inside the base of the pyramid. Yes, it could have been a power-station with a water cooling system! We have seen that some say that the power source was the ark of covenant from the Christian bible and some say

The King's Chamber with the stones above

King's Chamber and large stones

that Moses was the person who stole it from the pyramid. That the pharaohs' rapid decline took place because with no more energy, in form of electric power, then their advanced civilisation could no longer exist!

A gigantic Tesla coil?

Or might be the Great Pyramid was a kind of a gigantic Tesla coil? That the huge granite stones, highly polished on the underside and placed above the so called Kings chamber, made it possible to harness electricity from the ionosphere - just like Nikola Tesla wanted to do it?

About 20 minutes drive from the Great Pyramid is the site of Abu Ghurab, the "Place of Osiris". The ruined stepped pyramid once had an alabaster platform on the top and on the platform it had been standing an obelisk ("sun stick"); most likely, the total height was between fifty and seventy meters. It had looked like a pyramid with a flat top, just like Great Pyramid! Is it possible that the Great Pyramid once had an obelisk standing on it's flat top - and not a capstone? The legends says that spirit of the sun god entered the obelisks at certain periods…

Could it have been like this - an obelisk on top of the Great Pyramid?

Can it have been like this?

Tesla viewed the Earth as a negative electric pole and the sun as a positive pole of an electrode; so an obelisk standing on top of a pyramid would to him be a solar-electric diode! If the under ground part of the pyramid was a pump that brought water up to the Kings Chamber then we would have a capacitor with a very good earth ground. Yes, the Great Pyramid could have been an extremely powerful kind of solar-panel!

Might be Tesla got the idea of harnessing the ionosphere from the Egyptians? Might be they had made the strongest power station ever but that something went terribly wrong; a technical fault or a construction-fault? Or might be extra strong solar activity? Stephen A. Reynods of New Zealand has done research showing that changes in the ionosphere caused by strong solar activity can cause changes in the Earth's internal magnetic field and through telluric current induced in the Earth's crust trigger earthquakes. So might be it happened that instead of harnessing high voltage that could be stored and used, the pyramid send the current into the ground and

The God Ptah with a Djed pillar

Ptah and pillar

triggered a gigantic earthquake that literally shook the whole Earth and caused geological catastrophes worldwide? Might be the changes to the internal magnetic field was so fast and so strong that the outer crust slipped - just like professor Charles H. Hapgood once suggested (but not due to imbalance of the polar ice)?

Interesting enough; one of the oldest and most important symbols to the ancient Egyptian was the "Djed Pillar". Take a look at the image to the right of the God Ptah holding a Djed pillar. The pillar looks very simular til the set-up of the stones above the Kings Chamber - and also a homemade Tesla coil! You might also have noticed a Djed pillar in picture of what could illustrate an electric lamp in an ancient Egyptian temple, higher up in the article!

 

Very advanced technology

In the Palermo, Turin and Manetho king lists, there are names of eight god kings that ruled Egypt in the beginning; Ptah, Ra, Geb, Osiris, Set, Horus, Thoth and the female god Ma'at. Even if they sometimes were represented in a variety of forms on murals, often with human body and animals/birds heads, these gods seemed to be something else than imaginary gods living in a theological heaven. They lived on earth, were married with children, and had duties they performed. They also helped the ordinary people to develop. We have seen that Ptah made the Nile-delta liveable after the great flood and Thoth is credited as the author of all works of science, religion, philosophy as well as magic and he is said to have been married with the female god and ruler Ma'at.

Pharaoh Can it be that the first kings of Egypt were called Gods because they came from a far away place and looked a bit different to the other humans in ancient Egypt? The word "God" comes from "shining/bright" and murals picturing the first pharaohs/gods show that they had so white skin that the must have looked very bright compared to other people! Were they also called devine because they had much better mental capabilities and a very advanced technology?

 

www.sydhav.no/giants/denisova_giants_egypt.htm

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Logos from Web 2.0 are caught in the web somewhere between NASA photos of deep space, science fiction landscapes of our inner space, the synapses of the brain, the virtual space that is not abstract, imagined or really real.

 

Web 2.0, is a term coined by Tim O’Reilly in 2004 for a series of conferences on a revivified Internet. O’Reilly (2005) in what is now considered to be his seminal article claimed that, “If Netscape was the standard bearer for Web 1.0, Google is most certainly the standard bearer for Web 2.0 (O’Reilly 2005). He contrasted Web 1.0 with Web 2.0 by citing examples: DoubleClick vs Google AdSense, Ofoto vs Flickr, Britannica Online vs Wikipedia, personal websites vs blogging, domain name speculation vs search engine optimization, page views vs cost per click, publishing vs participation, content management systems vs wikis directories (taxonomy) vs tagging (”folksonomy”) and stickiness vs syndication. The conceptual map his team devised provides a sketch of Web 2.0 showing social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies.

 

Although some argue that it does not exist as anything more than geek jargon, for this new user, it is a promising and surprising paradigm shift in the Internet and in software development. I began blogging using Web 2.0 freeware in September 2006. Numerous users like myself have access to sophisticated, ever-improving software technologies since the cost of development is shared among enthusiastic nerds and geeks (in a good way). Freeware on Web 2.0 is not proprietary by nature but is capable of generating huge profits because of the viral way in which users share in the development, marketing and growth of the product while improving connectivity and in content in the process.

 

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Tim O'Reilly, 2005. "What Is Web 2.0: Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software". Uploaded 09/30/2005. Accessed January 6, 2007.

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Note that I have IMP-A noted twice. The satellites seem to be related, but while the one on the right margin seems to be a better match for the photo & description, the IMP-A could also be the on the top-middle edge. It could also maybe be the Satellite, IMP-E, Test Unit, but that one looks slight different, and moreover the Smithsonian site (last updated ...when?) says that the IMP-E is not currently on public display in the first place.

 

Explorer 1 satellite mock-up (Wikipedia)

Explorer 6 satellite (Wikipedia)

Explorer 7 satellite (Wikipedia)

Explorer 8 satellite (Wikipedia)

Explorer 10 satellite (Wikipedia)

Explorer 17 satellite (Wikipedia)

IMP-A satellite (Wikipedia)

LOFTI-I satellite (Wikipedia)

Vanguard 3 satellite (Wikipedia)

Vanguard Lyman Alpha satellite (Wikipedia)

Vanguard Magnetometer satellite (Wikipedia)

 

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Manufacturer:

TRW Space & Technology Group

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 2 ft. 5 in. tall x 2 ft. 2 in. wide, 50 lb. (73.7 x 66cm, 22.7kg)

 

Materials:

Aluminum alloy; plastic solar cells

 

This is a full-scale replica of the Explorer 6 satellite. The spacecraft was designed to study the electrical and magnetic fields about the Earth and to test devices for scanning cloud cover. It was launched on August 7, 1959. Over its 60 days of operation it provided the most comprehensive data up to then of the Van Allen radiation belts and the geomagnetic field, as well as the first televised cloud cover pictures. This replica was assembled by the program coordinator, Space Technology Laboratories Inc., from original parts that failed to meet flight specifications. The solar panels are plastic mock-ups. The artifact was displayed at the California Museum of Science and Industry until February 1964, at which time it was donated by STL to the Smithsonian Institution.

 

Gift of TRW Space Technology Laboratories

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Explorer 7 satellite

 

Manufacturer:

Army Ballistic Missile Agency

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Approximate: 2 ft. 6 in. diameter x 2 ft. 6 in. tall, 92 lb. (76.2 x 76.2cm, 41.7kg)

 

Materials:

Metal shell, solar cells, electronics

 

Full-scale replica of the Explorer VII spacecraft. The satellite was launched on October 13, 1959 atop a Juno II vehicle and successfully went into orbit. The spacecraft carried an array of instruments designed to study a broad range of radiation from the sun including X-rays, the intensity of cosmic rays and the field of charged particles in the ionosphere as well as micrometeorite impacts. It provided data from its instruments for 13 months, during the course of which it sent back readings acquired during a major solar flare. The object was transferred to the Smithsonian Institution by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in August 1972 and was restored in 2005.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Explorer 8 satellite

 

Manufacturer:

NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Approximate: 2 ft. 6 in. diameter x 2 ft. 6 in. tall, 86.4 lb. (76.2 x 76.2cm, 39.2kg)

 

Materials:

Mixed metals, wire, paint.

 

This is a full-scale replica of an Explorer 8 spacecraft. The satellite was launched on November 3, 1960 atop a Juno II vehicle and successfully went into an elliptical orbit. It carried six specialized instruments designed to study the field of charged particles called the ionosphere as well as micrometeorite impacts. Explorer 8 continued to provide data until December 27, 1960. This is one of two specimens in the collection and was transferred to the Smithsonian Institution in August 1972 by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Explorer 1 satellite mock-up

 

Manufacturer:

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 6 in. wide x 5 ft. 8 1/2 in. long, 28 lb. (15.2 x 174cm)

 

Materials:

Metal shell

 

This is one of several full-scale replicas of Explorer 1 in the NASM collection. It consists of the payload section attached to an empty Sergeant fourth-stage, solid-fuel rocket motor. It was transferred to NASM by the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum in 1988. Explorer 1, also known unofficially as Satellite 1958 alpha, was the first American satellite to successfully orbit the Earth. Data from this and two subsequent Explorer satellites led to the discovery by James Van Allen of a belt of intense radiation surrounding the Earth.

 

Transferred from the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | IMP-A satellite

 

Manufacturer:

NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 4 ft. 5 in. tall x 2 ft. 5 in. wide x 1 ft. 1 in. diameter, 75 lb. (134.62 x 73.66 x 33.02cm, 34kg)

 

Materials:

Mixed metals, solar cells, electronics

 

This is the engineering model for the Interplanetary Monitoring Platform A (IMP-A or Explorer 18). It is the first of a series of seven satellites designed to be launched before and during Apollo flights. IMP-A carried instruments designed to measure cosmic rays, the solar wind, and interplanetary magnetic fields beyond the earth's magnetic field. The sphere on top of the boom contained a sensitive magnetometer. Four windmill-like solar panels provided operating power. The satellite was launched on November 26, 1963 aboard a Delta vehicle resulting in a highly elliptical orbit that ranged from 110 to 122,800 miles. Data from the mission led to the discovery of a new layer of radiation beyond the Van Allen belt and confirmed the existence of a standing shock wave in the solar wind around the earth's magnetic field. This object was transferred to NASM by NASA in May 1976.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Explorer 17 satellite

 

Manufacturer:

NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 2 ft. 11 in. wide, 80 lb. (88.9cm, 36.3kg)

 

Materials:

Stainless steel

 

This is a refurbished full-scale replica of the Explorer 17 aeronomy satellite. Explorer 17 was one of the first launched by NASA to study the Earth's upper atmosphere. The pressurized stainless steel sphere carried instruments to measure density, pressure, and temperature. It also contained a neutral mass spectrometer to study the composition of the gases in the upper atmosphere. The satellite was placed in a 158- to 570-mile orbit on April 3, 1963 by a Thor Delta launch vehicle. Data from the mass spectrometer showed the presence of molecular oxygen, atomic and molecular nitrogen and argon in the upper atmosphere; it also led to the discovery of a belt of neutral helium about the Earth. Constructed of original parts, it was refurbished by technicians at the Goddard Space Flight Center prior to its transfer to NASM from NASA in March 1975.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | IMP-A satellite

 

Manufacturer:

NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 4 ft. 5 in. tall x 2 ft. 5 in. wide x 1 ft. 1 in. diameter, 75 lb. (134.62 x 73.66 x 33.02cm, 34kg)

 

Materials:

Mixed metals, solar cells, electronics

 

This is the engineering model for the Interplanetary Monitoring Platform A (IMP-A or Explorer 18). It is the first of a series of seven satellites designed to be launched before and during Apollo flights. IMP-A carried instruments designed to measure cosmic rays, the solar wind, and interplanetary magnetic fields beyond the earth's magnetic field. The sphere on top of the boom contained a sensitive magnetometer. Four windmill-like solar panels provided operating power. The satellite was launched on November 26, 1963 aboard a Delta vehicle resulting in a highly elliptical orbit that ranged from 110 to 122,800 miles. Data from the mission led to the discovery of a new layer of radiation beyond the Van Allen belt and confirmed the existence of a standing shock wave in the solar wind around the earth's magnetic field. This object was transferred to NASM by NASA in May 1976.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Explorer 10 satellite

 

Manufacturer:

NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 1 ft. 8 in. wide x 4 ft. 7 in. deep, 48 lb. (50.8 x 139.7cm, 21.8kg)

 

Materials:

Aluminum, magnesium, lead, fiberglass and plastic

 

This is a full-scale reconstructed model of the Explorer 10 satellite. Explorer 10 was designed to map the interplanetary magnetic field using three different magnetometers, as well as a plasma probe. The most sensitive of those was mounted in a very prominent sphere mounted atop a fiberglass support boom. The magnetometers were produced by Goddard Space Flight Center, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology provided the plasma probe. It launched in March 1961 aboard a Thor-Delta with the intention of inserting it into a highly elliptical orbit to reach the region of space between the Earth and Moon. The data stream lasted only for 52 hours when the craft was estimated to be over 40 earth-radii distant, 2/3rds the distance to the lunar orbit. Explorer 10 made the first measurements of magnetic fields and solar plasmas outside the Earth's magnetosphere. The data gathered gave support to the theory that the magnetic field surrounding the Earth is closely tied to that of the Sun.

 

The replica was refurbished by technicians at the Goddard Space Flight Center prior to its transfer to NASM from NASA in March 1975. All the major internal scientific instruments are represented, but many of the internal elements are dummies.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | LOFTI-I satellite

 

Manufacturer:

Naval Research Laboratory

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 1 ft. 8 in. wide, 18 lb. (50.8cm, 8.2kg)

Other (antennae): 3 ft. long (91.44cm)

 

Materials:

Polished aluminum sphere, solar arrays

 

Engineering model for the first of a series of LOw Frequency Trans-Ionospheric (LOFTI) radio satellites. LOFTI satellites were one of the very early orbiting spacecraft intended to study the propagation of radio waves through and by the ionosphere. The experiment was also designed to determine whether low frequency radio signals penetrated water reliably enough to be used for communications with submerged submarines. The first in the series, LOFTI-1 was launched on a Thor-Able rocket in 1961; the scheduled separation from the Transit-3B satellite to which it was attached failed. Much valuable data on VLF and VHF transionospheric transmission was obtained in spite of the satellite's resulting shortened time in orbit. This artifact was transferred to NASM from the U. S. Naval Research Laboratory in 1975.

 

Transferred from the Naval Research Laboratory

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Vanguard Lyman Alpha satellite

 

Manufacturer:

Naval Research Laboratory

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 1 ft. 8 in. wide, 10 lb. (50.8cm, 4.5kg)

Other (antennae): 2 ft. 6 in. long (76.2cm)

 

Materials:

Aluminum

 

This is an instrumented full-scale replica of the Vanguard Lyman Alpha satellite, also called SLV-1. It was designed to provide data on solar radiation in the 1100-1300 Angstrom region, known as the Lyman alpha band. The satellite was launched on May 27, 1958 but failed to go into orbit due to malfunction of the launch rocket. The replica was manufactured at the Naval Research Laboratory and may have been a flight spare. It was refurbished by technicians at the Goddard Space Flight Center prior to its transfer to NASM from NASA in March 1975. It was on display at the Science Museum in London, England until 1988.

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Vanguard 3 satellite

 

Manufacturer:

Naval Research Laboratory

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 2 ft. 6 in. tall x 1 ft. 1 in. wide, 25 lb. (76.2 x 33.02cm, 11.3kg)

Other (antennae): 2 ft. long (60.96cm)

 

Materials:

Metallic shell, phenolic mast

 

This is a full-scale replica of the Vanguard Magnetometer satellite, designated SLV-5 or Vanguard 3a. It was designed to study the Earth's magnetic field. The magnetometer sensor was at the end of the cylindrical boom to avoid interference from the other instruments. The satellite was launched on April 13, 1959 but failed to go into orbit due to loss of control during first stage separation. This replica was manufactured at the Naval Research Laboratory from original components. It was refurbished at the Goddard Space Flight Center prior to its transfer to NASM from NASA in March 1975. It was displayed in the Satellites Gallery (1976-1984).

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

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Quoting from Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Vanguard Magnetometer satellite

 

Manufacturer:

Naval Research Laboratory

 

Country of Origin:

United States of America

 

Dimensions:

Overall: 3 ft. 10 in. tall x 1 ft. 8 in. diameter x 6 ft. 6 in. overall, 24.2 lb. (116.84 x 50.8 x 198.12cm, 11kg)

 

Materials:

Metal, plastic

 

This is a full-scale replica of the Vanguard 3 satellite. Vanguard 3 was designed to measure solar X-rays, the Earth's magnetic field, and micrometeoroids. It was placed in orbit in December 1959 atop a Vanguard launch vehicle. The intensity of radiation in the Van Allen belts swamped the ionization chambers, so no useful data was obtained, but the magnetic field studies with the proton-precession magnetometer were successful. Vanguard 3, also called Magne-Ray Satellite was the third and final successful satellite in Project Vanguard. The 100-pound spacecraft operated 84 days, providing excellent magnetometer data for the scientist-investigators at the newly-estabished NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center. The Vanguard Program, with its embarrassing early failures, ultimately provided a great deal of new information about the space environment. The launch failure rate was actually typical for that era in space exploration.

 

This replica was manufactured at the Naval Research Laboratory. It was refurbished by technicians at the Goddard Space Flight Center prior to its transfer to NASM from NASA in March 1975. It was on loan to the McKinley Museum of History in Canton, Ohio (1978-1999).

 

Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Community technology is great. It is incredibly refreshing to be reminded on a daily basis that, as a developer and technologist, I don't know crap about how everyday people view and use technology.

 

Two weeks ago I was in Washington, DC for the CTCnet Conference. While there I helped John Lorance of CompuMentor give a presentation on how Community Technology Centers and nonprofit orgaizations can use Web 2.0 services and tools like Flickr, del.icio.us,, wikis, mapping, et cetera to improve their programs and better fulfill their missions.

 

At the end we opened the floor to questions and comments. An attendee stood up and said that he had always been worried that with computers and machines growing ever smarter and more powerful, one day they would overthrow mankind. But after seeing these new Web 2.0 tools, he is relieved that humans will always stay one step ahead of the machines. Hallelujah.

 

I made this drawing using Inkscape, an awesome open source illustration program.

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In the offices of this corridor, all the fundamental technologies of the World Wide Web were developed.

 

Started in 1990 from a proposal made by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989, the effort was first divided between an office in building 31 of the Computing and Network Division (CN) and one in building 2 of the Electronics and Computing for Physics Division (ECP).

 

In 1991 the team came together in these offices, then belonging to ECP. It was composed of two CERN staff members, Tim Berners-Lee (GB) and Robert Cailliau (BE), aided by a number of Fellows, Technical Students, a Coopérant and Summer Students.

 

At the end of 1994 Tim Berners-Lee left CERN to direct the WWW Consortium (W3C), a world-wide organization devoted to leading the Web to its full potential. The W3C was founded with the help of CERN, the European Commission, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Institut National pour la Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA), and the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA).

 

In 1995 Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau received the ACM Software System Award for the World Wide Web. In 2004, Tim Berners-Lee was awarded the first Millenium Technology Prize by the Finnish Technology Award Foundation.

 

The CERN Library

June 2004

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Technology in the hands of businessmen

Three internationally-renowned artists will invite the public to explore the crossover between art and technology when they launch a radical digital media showcase at the University of Salford this week.

 

Through the ScreenLab 0x02 residency, artists Kyle McDonald, Joanie Lemercier and Joel Gethin Lewis have been working with students and researchers at MediaCityUK and an advanced technology centre on the main campus. Together they have developed interactive artworks that provide a unique experience for each visitor by creating artificial worlds using sound and visuals that react to their movement.

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Lifecaster creates buzz

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By Scott Beveridge, Observer-Reporter

 

WASHINGTON, Pa. – The media buzz began swirling around Justine Ezarik after she received her first iPhone bill, one that itemized her text messages and calls across both sides of 300 pages.

Stories about the young woman and her fascination with mobile technology were picked up by USA Today, CNN, Fox News and CNBC, as well as hundreds of other media outlets, after she posted on her Internet blog a self-made video about the $274 bill so thick it came in a box.

“A friend of mine was in Spain and opened up a newspaper, a Spanish version: the iPhone bill with my picture on it,” said Ezarik, 23, a Scenery Hill native who is the current “It girl” on the Web.

The digital world took notice of Ezarik, who uses the screen name ijustine, in a big way in August. The short film about the bill was subsequently viewed more than 3 million times in 10 days and earned her $5,000 in ad revenues from her online host.

“Now I’m signed up for E-billing,” she said.

But the Internet never dies and ijustine is along for the ride while building a huge fan base.

She was the lead story on Yahoo’s home page two weeks ago because of the popularity she has gained from lifecasting her daily chores on two Web sites.

Whether capturing her travels from a mini-camera attached to her ball cap or pointed at her face from a table, Ezarik has become the star of justin.tv.

The new media company is the brainchild of Justin Kan, who is among the first to use mobile technology to stream live videos to a Web site. Broadcasters have free access and personal control over the look of their pages and the ability to chat with viewers.

There were more than 400 people tuned in when Ezarik showed up Monday to meet a reporter and cameramen from the Observer-Reporter at the Crazy Mocha coffee shop in Washington.

Most of her viewers say nice things, and some periodically dare her to perform the Chicken Dance polka in public places. She usually complies and breaks into the dance that requires hand signals to suggest duck quacks. She was drawing as many as 4,000 viewers at any particular moment after the Yahoo story hit.

“This is crazy. Why am I doing this?” she said.

Others have not been so nice, and complained that she has odd eyebrows, wears too much makeup or is too self-centered to think that anyone with a brain would want to watch her sleep.

“Many of her critics urged her to ‘get a life,’ ‘read a book’ and cease her ceaseless self-promotion,” a writer noted Aug. 29 on the popular news blog Pittsburgh Dish.

“People like to hate for whatever reason,” Ezarik said.

While some viewers think she is surfing the Internet while running her fingers through her hair at a coffee shop, Ezarik said she actually is editing videos or designing Web sites for her business.

The graduate of Pittsburgh Technical Institute now lives in Pittsburgh and also is spokeswoman for Pittsburgh Councilman Bill Peduto. Through her blogging, she has landed a job with Xtrain, a company that offers online expert training. Just this week, Warner Brothers was trying to track her down to invite her to appear on “The Tyra Banks Show.”

She’s unsure just how much longer she will be sharing her life with the digital world as a lifecaster.

“A lot of my friends don’t like it when they’re around. It’s too invasive,” she said.

But her father, Steve, of Scenery Hill, said he is beginning to like lifecasting in a era when many children Justine’s age forget to call their parents.

“At least we can follow her around,” he said.

  

Watch our video of ijustine

at youtube.

Observer-Reporter

Le migliori fotografie sono quelle che faresti quando non hai la macchina fotografica - The best photographs are those that would you do when not have your camera! !

  

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I found this spider web on one of my recent tour. It was raining all throughout the night and at dawn the garden was in mess due to rain and wind. But this spider web was just like the way it was before the rain :O

I was amazed at this skillful design of building a strong web without any technology. Oh oh hold on..... I guess technology is only for humans but is it saving all other living creatures around us??

Foreword to the 1978 edition of The Art of Multi-Image. I've never even heard the phrase "multi-image" before. It's apparently a media setup involving three slide projectors and a reel-to-reel.

 

Fun game: replace every instance of the phrase "multi-image" with "web design" and read aloud.

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Must watch: Inception: Your First Lesson

 

[ MIT - Ray and Maria Stata Center for Computer, Information, and Intelligence Sciences ]

  

Da www.lescienze.it/news/2012/02/03/news/ragnatela_seta_resi...

 

La capacità di resistere anche alla forza degli uragani è dovuta a principi strutturali diversi da quelli che normalmente presiedono al

comportamento dei materiali biologici e dei manufatti: è infatti costruita in modo che i cedimenti locali non pregiudichino la funzionalità

complessiva della ragnatela, che può essere così solo rammendata e non rifatta per intero (red)

La resistenza delle tele intessute dai ragni ha sempre affascinato l'uomo, che ne ha cercato il segreto della robustezza nella composizione chimica della seta.

Da sola, tuttavia, questa non può spiegare la capacità delle ragnatele di resistere a forze come quelle sviluppate dai venti di un uragano.

Ora un gruppo di ricercatori del Massachusetts Institute of Technology e del Politecnico di Torino è riuscito a risolvere il mistero, scoprendo attraverso

sofisticate simulazioni al computer il progetto strutturale complessivo che permette alla ragnatela simili prestazioni.

Lo studio, pubblicato sulla rivista "Nature", ha dimostrato in primo luogo che, come

prevedibile, quando una qualsiasi parte della ragnatela viene perturbata, essa

reagisce in modo complessivo, permettendo al ragno di accorgersi della presenza di

un insetto intrappolato. Tuttavia, i filamenti radiali e quelli a spirale hanno ruoli

diversi nell'attenuazione del movimento, e quando le sollecitazioni sono

particolarmente forti, alcuni di essi vengono sacrificati per permettere alla rete nel

suo complesso di sopravvivere.

Il concetto di cedimenti selettivi localizzati nella ragnatele è interessante poiché

diverge dai principi strutturali in gioco in molti materiali biologici, osservavano i

ricercatori: per esempio, i diversi componenti costitutivi dell'osso distribuiscono lo

stress su tutta la struttura, che in tal modo, però, prima di un cedimento tende a

essere danneggiata complessivamente.

Al contrario, una tela di ragno è organizzata in

modo da mostrare una risposta non lineare

allo stress che le conferisce una maggiore

resistenza ai difeti strutturali rispetto a quella esibita dai materiali che hanno un comportamento elastico lineare o elasticoplastico.

In particolare, questo comportamento non lineare permette di sacrificare aree locali in modo che un cedimento

non pregiudichi la funzionalità complessiva della ragnatela, anche se con una capacità ridotta. Per esempio, quando il

problema riguarda un filamento radiale, la ragnatela si deforma di più di quando è interessato un filamento a spirale.

Tuttavia, quando entrambi i tipi di filamento sono sotto grande stress solo uno cede.

Si tratta, osservano gli autori, di una strategia intelligente, se l'alternativa è quella di dover fare un'intera, nuova ragnatela,

un compito che richiede un impegno energetico tutt'altro che indifferente per il ragno. Gli ingegneri, concludono i

ricercatori, potrebbero imparare dalla natura e adottare le strategie di progettazione più appropriate per specifiche

applicazioni.

Habitat:

Foliage in parks, gardens, hills or villages. Usually larger and more abundant in cooler areas.

 

Notes:

These beautiful spiders (applicable only to females) are so-called because of the "X" shape resting position they assume while resting. Stabilimenta i.e. zig-zag shaped webs which act to strengthen the spider web can often be seen on the webs of these spiders (especially larger ones).

 

Although the abdominal patterns on females remain more or less similar, female Argiope spiders tend to become darker with each moult, and the abdomen becomes more pentagonal as well. (*photos of female show progression from young to adult)

 

Male Argiope versicolor spiders are almost entirely brown, while some show net-like patterns on the abdomen. They are very much smaller than females and their pedipalps are often tucked below the body- not visible when viewed from the top. it is very difficult to differentiate male Argiope versicolor spiders from males of different species unless if seen during mating with a female, or when DNA technology is applied.

 

Eggs are often laid in cone-like sacs and the mother will often stay close by.

  

Distribution: Common throughout Malaysia

 

(*Penang, Kedah, Selangor)

 

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It's an invasive, so it should all be pulled out by the roots, but it's pretty enough here. Business Technology and Research Park.

 

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Artificial Intelligence May Kill Us in 30 Years, The human race could possibly vanish in the blink of an eye within our lifetimes. Or we can just as plausibly see our types come to be immortal by the center ...

 

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Inside Fort Pickens located in the Gulf Islands National Seashore in Florida. The fort was built in 1834 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 (72000096).

 

From the park's web page: Fort Pickens is the largest of four forts built to defend Pensacola Bay, Florida, and its navy yard. The fort was begun in 1829, completed in 1834, and was named in honor of Major General Andrew Pickens of the South Carolina militia, who fought with distinction in several Revolutionary War battles including Cowpens and the Siege of Ninety-six. He also led several campaigns against the Cherokees, who called him "Wizard Owl."

 

Fort Pickens was one of only four forts in the South that was never occupied by Confederate forces during the Civil War, thanks to a heroic stand by Lieutenant Adam Slemmer with one company of artillery and a few sailors, aided by one U.S. Navy ship, the Wyandotte. Fort Pickens was as important as Fort Sumter in Charleston, S.C. during the crisis between Abraham Lincoln's election in November, 1860 and the firing on Fort Sumter on April 12. 1861. The fort was reinforced the day after Fort Sumter surrendered, preventing the Confederates from controlling Pensacola Bay and using the Pensacola Navy Yard.

 

Confederate troops under General Braxton Bragg crossed the bay and made a night attack on the camp of the 6th N.Y. Infantry Regiment about a mile east of the fort on October 9, 1861 in the Battle of Santa Rosa Island, involving around 1800 men and resulting in about 150 casualties. In retaliation for that attack, Federal artillery from Fort Pickens, along with the USS Richmond and USS Niagara, bombarded Confederate positions at Forts Barrancas and McRee, the navy yard, and several independent batteries spread along the bay shore on November 22 and 23, 1861. Almost 5000 shot and shell were fired at Confederate positions, causing heavy damage to both Fort McRee and the navy yard, and leading to Confederate withdrawal from Pensacola Bay in May of 1862.

 

Built in the age of wooden warships and cannons firing round balls, the fort underwent changes in response to advances in weapon technology following the Civil War. Armored warships (like the "ironclads" Monitor and Merrimac) with steam engines and screw propellers, as well as larger and more powerful rifled cannons, made brick and stone forts obsolete.

 

Ten concrete gun batteries, including one in the middle of the historic fort, were built from the 1890s through the 1940s, each a response to a particular threat. Atomic bombs, guided missiles, and long-range bombers made such forts obsolete by the end of World War II and the Army abandoned the forts. The fort became part of a popular Florida State Park until the creation of Gulf Islands National Seashore in 1971. Following extensive repairs by the National Park Service, the fort was reopened in 1976.

Logos from Web 2.0 are caught in the web somewhere a starry night, clouds, science fiction landscapes of our inner space, the synapses of the brain, the virtual space that is not abstract, imagined or really real.

 

Web 2.0, is a term coined by Tim O’Reilly in 2004 for a series of conferences on a revivified Internet. O’Reilly (2005) in what is now considered to be his seminal article claimed that, “If Netscape was the standard bearer for Web 1.0, Google is most certainly the standard bearer for Web 2.0 (O’Reilly 2005). He contrasted Web 1.0 with Web 2.0 by citing examples: DoubleClick vs Google AdSense, Ofoto vs Flickr, Britannica Online vs Wikipedia, personal websites vs blogging, domain name speculation vs search engine optimization, page views vs cost per click, publishing vs participation, content management systems vs wikis directories (taxonomy) vs tagging (”folksonomy”) and stickiness vs syndication. The conceptual map his team devised provides a sketch of Web 2.0 showing social networking sites, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies.

 

Although some argue that it does not exist as anything more than geek jargon, for this new user, it is a promising and surprising paradigm shift in the Internet and in software development. I began blogging using Web 2.0 freeware in September 2006. Numerous users like myself have access to sophisticated, ever-improving software technologies since the cost of development is shared among enthusiastic nerds and geeks (in a good way). Freeware on Web 2.0 is not proprietary by nature but is capable of generating huge profits because of the viral way in which users share in the development, marketing and growth of the product while improving connectivity and in content in the process.

 

NB Original Digitage Web 2.0 December 5, 2006 www.flickr.com/photos/oceanflynn/315385916

 

Selected webliography

 

Tim O'Reilly, 2005. "What Is Web 2.0: Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software". Uploaded 09/30/2005. Accessed January 6, 2007.

 

A sketch of brain neurons, digital layers: synaptic gap, starry night, Web 2.0 icons, clouds, using Adobe PhotoShop layering capacities

Six 'founding fathers' of technology (left to right):

Charles Babbage (computing machine)

Nikola Tesla (alternating current electricity)

Vannevar Bush (memex: predecessor of hyperlink)

Alan Turing (computer)

Claude Shannon (information theory)

Steve Jobs (personal computer)

 

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27 March 2016.

 

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6ixwebsoft Technology is a well-established web designing company in Utah which offers the complete facility of designing an amazing website at affordable rates. We have a skilled and professional team of experts who craft your experiences to user-friendly and responsive website designs.

 

one week of back to nature among some exceptional hospitality (and no screen technology week)

In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

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In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.

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