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thermosphere-60-90-miles

TIL that the Heaviside Layer, the object of spiritual transformation in the musical “Cats”, is the RF reflective E layer in the atmosphere that lets skip transmissions propagate. The atomospheric E layer about 60-90 miles above the ground encompassed in the general layer known as the Thermosphere.

So the entire musical is essentially a bunch of cats trying to determine which one gets to DX long wave transmissions every year. Mind. Blown.

“a layer of ionised gas occurring roughly between 90km and 150 km (56 and 93 mi) above the ground — one of several layers in the Earth's ionosphere. It is also known as the E region. It reflects medium-frequency radio waves. Because of this reflective layer, radio waves radiated into the sky can return to Earth beyond the horizon. This “skywave” or “skip” propagation technique has been used since the 1920s for radio communication at long distances, up to transcontinental distances.”

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ndb-nano-diamond-battery

https://humansarefree.com/2021/03/battery-made-from-nuclear-waste-28000-years.html

The “forever” diamond battery was developed for use in deep space and other niche applications, but a consumer-facing prototype is also in the works.

The firm said that the latter model will be able to last for nine consecutive years. It can power smartphones, electric vehicles and other devices.

NDB’s new battery will derive its power from radioactive isotopes recycled from nuclear waste such as radioactive graphite. Each unit will contain a single crystalline diamond that absorbs energy from the isotopes.

As the isotopes have lifetimes of several thousands of years, they will keep emitting energy and the battery will never have to be recharged for a long time.

“This battery has two different merits,” NDB CEO and co-founder Nima Golsharifi said in an interview with Future Net Zero last October.

“One is that it uses nuclear waste and converts it into something good. And the second is that it runs for a much longer time than the current batteries.”

For safety, the radioactive diamond will be wrapped in multiple coatings of extremely durable synthetic diamonds. These will act as a tamper-proof protective layer to prevent leakage.

NDB also claims that the radiation levels from a cell will be less than what the human body emits, making the battery safe for use in a variety of applications.

The technology has all the potential to revolutionize battery making and solve the energy crisis. It can power off-grid communities and lead to battery packs that can be pulled out of an old device and installed in a new one, avoiding the need for new batteries and thereby reducing battery waste.

The use of nuclear waste will also offer significant cost reduction and environmental benefits. Radioactive waste is extremely dangerous, expensive and difficult to store. It persists in the environment due to its long decay times.

As such, recycling it will significantly cut back radioactive waste sitting interminably in storage near power plants.

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mastadon and such

March 28, 2021 In January 2021, Poland proposed a law requiring social-media companies to restore any posts that the platforms had deleted, as long as the posts weren’t unlawful. This came days after several of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts were suspended.

The Polish government also established the Freedom of Speech Council which consists of five members elected by a majority in the Lower House of Parliament, tasked with monitoring and reviewing complaints submitted by social media users whose posts or accounts had been censored.

Individuals who had their posts deleted would be able to lodge a complaint directly with the platform, which would then have to respond within 24 hours. Failure to do so could result in a fine between 12,900 and 12.9 million USD.

Reporters Without Borders has criticized this move, postulating that the Polish government has designed this council to be used for self-serving political purposes, in part based on Poland’s history of propaganda use.

Suspending the social media accounts of an incumbent head of state drew criticism from both ends of the political spectrum worldwide, with Trump’s supporters and detractors alike raising concerns over the outsized influence of Big Tech. At a time when censorship of voices across social media continues to gain momentum, we take a look at alternative, free, and open social platforms.

What are distributed and federated social networks?

Traditional social network platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram are run on centralized servers. Companies that own these networks build their services around a single server, set their own codes of conduct that can remove your posts at their discretion, and collect copious amounts of data on its users.

Distributed or decentralized social networks, on the other hand, are operated across multiple independently run servers by absolutely anybody. Some examples of this include: Mastodon (a Twitter and Tumblr analog), diaspora* (a Facebook analog), and PeerTube (a YouTube analog).

Taking this one step further, federated social networks are a collection of multiple distributed or decentralized networks that employ technologies such as a network federation. A notable example being the Fediverse, which is a collection of interconnected servers that can be used for social networks, blogs, micro blogs, and websites.

How do they work?

Where traditional social networks are owned and run by single parties, anybody can start their own server for a decentralized social network, complete with their own rules and codes of conduct. These are called “instances.”

Users within an instance can communicate with and follow each other, but also have the ability to communicate with those outside of their communities by utilizing the same communication protocol. The most common of these protocols is ActivityPub. This would be, for example, similar to WhatsApp users having the ability to communicate with WeChat users and vice versa. Mastodon founder Eugen Rochko described it best by comparing the concept of sending emails in that Gmail users can send and receive messages to Outlook users and vice versa.

What does this mean for privacy?

It means a more private social experience! As these social networks are open-source, their codes are able to be openly scrutinized and adapted. Users have the ability to create their own instances—private or otherwise—where they can easily set their own rules, privacy options, and moderation guidelines.

What does this mean for free speech?

Federation and distribution by design aims to provide open and free outlets for social-media users to share ideas and opinions.

In 2019, controversial social platform Gab switched over to a fork of Mastodon’s software. This came after losing its hosting at GoDaddy and being banned from accepting payments through PayPal. It essentially, overnight, became the largest Mastodon instance.

Shortly after, other instances began blocking Gab from being able to interact with them. Mastodon only lists instances on its site’s directory that abide by the Mastodon Server Covenant, which has clear rules around racism, sexism, and homophobia, among others.

Even free speech isn’t a free-for-all.

Read more: Top video-sharing alternatives to YouTube

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Lets begin:

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Content note: animal experimentation

WWI was known as the chemist’s war. Deadly chlorine, phosgene, and mustard gasses were deployed by countries on both sides in the conflict. Scientists toiled in their fume hoods, summoning deadly chemical monsters to fight battles for their homelands. After the war, we all totally swore we learned our lesson and pinky promised not to do a chemical warfare again. Chemical weapons were banned in 1925.

To be fair anthrax isn't a chemical weapon.

Today’s Moment of Science… the bioterrorist ransom at Anthrax Island.

Porton Down, a research lab in England that began operations in WWI, was a touch light on ethics and way into human experimentation. They conducted tests in secret on uninhabited areas of the Bahamas and Nigeria. Then there was the time they released a bacteria on the extremely inhabited London underground, you know, just to see what would happen. Indeed, the only country to use bioweapons on Britain was... Britain. It was “just” a stomach bug but Jesus Zombie Christ, yer majesty, could you not?

At this lab they developed weaponized versions of botulinum, cholera, and typhoid. Most notoriously, they developed weaponized anthrax.

Inhalation anthrax has an 80% fatality rate, and it takes an alarmingly small amount to wipe out a city. Any good scientist knows that you can’t just expect something to work without running an experiment. To deploy anthrax, they needed a remote location that nobody would accidentally stumble across, which is hard when you’re already on a relatively small island nation.

So they decided to try wiping out an even itsier island. Of sheep. Specifically, Gruinard, Scotland.

How does that first conversation go? “Yeah, I need a test site. Uh-huh, anthrax. Yes, a whole island.”’ A decade later Porton Down tested sarin gas on soldiers under the guise of testing a cure for the common cold, so I’m pretty sure the response was something like “will a flock of sheep suffice?”

An island approximately two square kilometers in size, records show Gruinard only had six occupants who all vacated the island by the 1920s. In 1942, eighty sheep were tied up on the island, and anthrax bombs were set off close to their locations. The anthrax caused a severe case death in every sheep. Gruinard was so contaminated it was uninhabitable.

It’s unclear if this convinced Britain that anthrax was a bad idea because it worked a little too well, or if they never pulled the trigger on bioweapons because nobody else did and they were playing a game of salt-the-earth chicken. But they haven’t dropped a load of anthrax anywhere else. Uh, that we know of.

But because a clean up effort was seemingly beyond reason, the government let a field of anthrax sit there until someone started using dead sheep island as a bioweapon against them.

In the 1980s, a group called the Dark Harvest Commando started sneaking over to the island, collecting samples of soil, and sending them to government buildings. Which is, uh, terrorism but also the government kinda left a bioweapon sitting out on an island for anyone to access and went “how could this possibly come back to haunt us?”

Dunno, fucking boats?

It took an extraordinary cleanup effort starting in 1986, being declared “safe” in 1990. Sheep have grazed there now without incident for many years. However, as did the bacteria for decades, fears about the place likewise persist, and it’s taken a while to shake a reputation as Anthrax Island.

This has been your daily Moment of Science, suggesting that if your experiment has a possible result of “location made uninhabitable for a generation,” you don't need to be turned down for funding. You need an ethics class.

For bonus content and more tales of scientific experiments gone horribly awry sent straight to your inbox, head to patreon.com/scibabe.

Image source: atlasobscura.com

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I mean it is still there but plugins may stop working as I have stopped paying for them. Like the chat feature nobody seems to use. :–)

Also, I quit facebook and facebook messenger, which is fantastic for your mental health, and over-all well being.

Cannot recommend that enough.

Thats all for now,

Consider checking this short entry at the bottom with a photo out at my official daily, www.ramo.today


Please note all the other blogs will be slipstreamed (integrated) into this one, and ramo.today, and I will likely not keep agglomerator.io, which I set not to renew, and will change the third blog- (can’t handle more than 3,) to be either harmony-dynamics.com or aether-flux.org

over and out for now! With love,

Omar / Ramo !

https://write.as/ramo/084-2021-cat-tails

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so. i have been making my life , very much better. lol this takes a lot of time an focus.

the funny thing about self improvement, is once you get to a certain point into the thick of it, you cannot stop. The train of love, or the train of whatever, – well that boat set sail.

The interesting thing tho is you always learn somethings at this point. Because you are all in.

The rest, is and should be fun.

I will free write later, but for now this was significant enough to whet my appetite for more self expression. :)

The pipes have unclogged @no more writers block, ha ha I was very busy with other things and the need to write is here, and will be realized in due short course.

meow. purr. r0arr.

~ Omar —

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nothing like #science and #coffee type morning:

https://write.as/omfg-blog/holography (the miracle of redundant text), fulltext of that is here without needing to leave the face borgle:

photo credit: (denisyuk at the vavilov optical state institute, 1966)– photo via Academician.

Yuri N. Denisyuk and a number of his colleagues [27-31] developed what is known as the TIW hologram, and is a rather.. “dynamic hologram of the traveling intensity waves” (TIW) – is a unique hologram.

We emphasize that in fact it is a unique (and little known to the wider circle of specialists) property of holography – its ability to record light holograms directly within light itself, as well as the reconstruction of “light” holograms (from light structures) in a form of the new light structures.

It is crucial to note that this process which represents a complex interference of light waves cannot be observed directly optically (by a human eye). And, perhaps, that’s why this process has never drawn any attention. However, the phenomenon of generation and operation of traveling waves of intensity (TIW) holograms, discovered by Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Yury Denisyuk, actually known since 1974, was repeatedly proved by special experiments, as well as a variety of relevant works and mathematical calculations [27].

see also:

DNA Decipher Journal | December 2015 | Volume 5 | Issue 3 | pp. 155-173 Korneev, A. A. & Gariaev, P. P., Some Aspects of Wave Gene Transmission ISSN: 2159-046X DNA Decipher Journal Published by QuantumDream, Inc. www.dnadecipher.com

reading from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/292411121_Some_Aspects_of_Wave_Gene_Transmission

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i will fix that soon. :)

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