Alexandra Elbakyan's original plea put the stakes much higher: "If Elsevier manages to shut down our projects or force them into the darknet, that will demonstrate an important idea: that the public does not have the right to knowledge."
Even if they shut it down, the project would move to deepweb, where you can keep using it.
>The man with the world's highest IQ claims he often forgets things when walking from one room into another i remember every thought i have had in my entire life from every room that i have exited. i have a system of tricks for it but it's too complicated to type here. pm me if you're interesting in learning about it.
I'm trying to help a friend with math study, she has an induction proof question that she needs help with. I haven't done anything like this in 7 years so I'm rusty, can someone please help with a proof?
If I were shining a UV LED onto a metal, I would get a certain amount of electron scattering due to the photoelectric effect. Is there a way, without changing the light or the metal, to increase the amount of electrons released from the metal?
Gravitational waves, now being heralded as the greatest scientific discovery of the decade, do not bring with them some magical form of communication. Just because some hipster egghead with a liberal arts degree decided it would be a good science word to drop in their shitty science fiction novel, doesn't mean that the practical applications of gravitational waves can be anything you want them to be. So, let's talk about exactly what gravitational communication would mean: First off, Gravitational waves propagate at c. This makes them no more effective a means of ultra long distance communication than actual light. Secondly, they are very, VERY weak, and much harder to detect than light. To give you an idea of how weak they are, the "amplitude" of the gravitational waves detected at ligo, originating from 2 twenty to thirty solar mass black holes spinning around each other pretty damn fast astronomically speaking, was about 1/3rd the diameter of a proton. To put that in perspective, pic related. Protons are fucking miniscule. Lastly, we have no means of creating gravitational waves at any kind of detectable level.
>>7855340 I think it really says something that modern physics discoveries are so dry and useless that the media has to put in so much effort to hype it up. When things like nuclear fission happened the papers merely reported the plain truth which is that it's a potential new energy source and weapon but now thy have to make up convoluted sci-fi applications that aren't even true.
>University of Leicester discovery identifies harmful bacterial molecules in processed foods and how to prevent them from arising. >The study identifies a particular kind of contaminating molecule known as ‘pathogen-associated molecular patterns’ (PAMPs), which are released by certain types of bacteria as they grow during some food processing and refrigeration processes, and may increase our risk of developing conditions such as coronary artery disease and Type 2 diabetes. >A low PAMP... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
- A opens a transmission to B. - A cannot transmit to C, since C is out of A's range. - C starts a transmission to B, and because it can't sense the current transmission between A & B (because A is too far away), there will be data collision at B.
But why can't C detect (carrier sense) the data flow in the outer bounds of its range?? there is clearly an intersection of both A's and C's ranges, so carrier sense should detect something's going on...
-Space is infinite. -Matter is not; there is a finite amount of matter in the universe (including stars, nebulae, galaxies, etc) -No parallel universes -No alternate realities of any sort, including matrix type shit -The universe is real, no nihlistic shit -No big bang; universe has been in a solid state. The idea of all matter in the universe, every last atom, combining and collapsing into a single point is absurd. Especially if you think matter is infinite and/or there are other universes or realities. -Time is an allusion and places no part in physics, it... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>you were born just in time to witness the gravity wave epoch and the discovery of the universal gravity computer through which our immortal conscious bretheren existing for millions of years throughout the universe communicate with each other via gravitons.
>the discovery of intelligent life throughout the 'verse, as they call it, will change humanity forever on planet earth. We will become 1 people. Bernie Sanders will be elected and reelected and serve 8 years as President. In that time, droves of people like... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I can't help but feel that's wrong. I have been told at school that the gravitational force of a star pulls the planets towards its center. At a counterpart, the speed of the planets pulls them away from the stars grip. The result of the antagonism of both forces is an elliptical orbit, where the star is one of the centers of the ellipse. Who's right here?
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