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November 08 2017

Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher by Walter Moers Alexander is on page 36 of 456 of <a href="/book/show/1491133.Die_Stadt_der_Tr_umenden_B_cher">Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher</a>.
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October 04 2017

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A hero in more ways than one


Always always reblogging this if I see it on my dashboard

October 03 2017

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Star Trek Discovery S01E03 has Michael Burnham looking through code on a secret project that she believes is related to “biochemistry, possibly a genome expression.”

The code is actually decompiled Stuxnet. https://github.com/Laurelai/decompile-dump/blob/master/output/37FC7C5D89F1E5A96F54318DF1A2B905/37FC7C5D89F1E5A96F54318DF1A2B905.c

August 16 2017

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When someone says these days sexism and misogyny don’t exist anymore show them this.

August 01 2017

June 15 2017

dropwatch moved

June 12 2017

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March 13 2017

Let a LED blink in different frequencies on Linux

February 19 2017

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February 07 2017

Run Unit Tests from Shell

January 18 2017

Frostiges Fahren zur Firma

January 16 2017

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If you put that ball on that machine while it wasn’t spinning, it would just roll straight down the lower sides. 

The raised edges would keep it in the middle line, but it’s only controlled in one direction. By spinning it, you constantly alternate the position of the tall sides, meaning that the ball is held in the middle, never able to fall off.

Particle accelerators control particles in the same way. Magnetic or electric fields can only direct particles in one plane at a time, so to keep a beam of particles rushing down a particle accelerator in one focused stream, the current gradient must constantly oscillate. This means the particles are constantly held in place, never able to shoot off in one direction.


Here’s the same principle in action: these are tiny pollen grains being held in place by an oscillating field. Rods in the four corners of the beam establish a field that oscillates many times a second to keep the pollen trapped. If it didn’t constantly switch, the pollen would all fly off in one direction.

Watch the full film with Dr Suzie Sheehy for more.

January 14 2017

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