Fact of the day: Quantium teleportation is the observed entanglement of two particles, although typically photons, by which if one action is taken upon one of the entangled, the opposite can be observed happening on the other. A simple example of this is if you imagine each particle or photon has a north and south poll based on the axis they spin, typically if you observe a photon it's state would collapse from a waveform to its particle form with it either being in an up state or down state (this is rather simplistic for what's going on and is the spark notes of it) and depending upon what you observe, its partner would have the opposite state. What this effectively means is that the information of particles can be transferred instantaneously and faster than light. No matter is transferred, only information.
Interestingly, there is an experiment that used quantum teleportation to change the outcome of something that already happened.
This also allows unbreakable encryption methods that utilize two sets of entangled particles (again, namely photons since they are super easy to entangle) to create an access key that can be used to unlock access to encrypted files. How this is done, is that (let's say a bank is sending you information that you requested) sends you a packet of these entangled particles are sent to you and your computer reads them out and communicates this with the bank, if their set of the entangled particles reads out the same information, then your line of communication is secure, if it shows that the information states of the particles changed, it means that someone had intercepted your data and thus the line of communication is flagged as unsafe. (Although I'm not well versed on this topic so I recommend to take what I say with a mountain of salt.)
The violent protests in US and a still raging pandemic. If everyone stayed home and watch anime, the world would be a much better place.
Edit: Just heard that Trump wants to b̶a̶n̶, I mean label the ANTIFA as "terrorists". Wonder what the NS ANTIFA think.
Fact of the day: Quantum Tunnelling is the process of subatomic particles effectively "teleporting" through very thin bits of matter. This happens because at this scale, all matter can technically be seen as an energy wave, this energy wave when pushed against something slightly phases through an object giving a relative ratio based chance that the particle may shift its existence on the other side of a barrier.
This has real world implications with computer processors where, now that they have gotten so small, they are now suffering the issue of quantum tunnelling by the electrons that power them, sending out false signals. This means we've effectively gotten to the maximum capabilities with traditional computational chips.
Quantum Tunnelling also plays a role in nuclear decay and the fusion in stars. For nuclear decay, there is a small chance at any given moment that a neutron will leave the atom it is housed in, this is has only been observed in isotopes and atoms with a mass greater than Iron.
Fact of the day: The Ocean Sunfish can weigh between 247kg and 1,000kg when they're an adult, but don't let this fool you, they are capable of high bursts of speed with the use of their anal fin, allowing them to jump several metres out of the water; however, they typically lazily cruise about at a speed of 3.7km/h. When Sunfish reproduce, they do so with egg clutches of up to 300,000,000 in an instance. Even though their mouth is the size of a human head, they only eat jellies and plastic bags, which lead to their deaths. The Sunfish is also the largest bony fish on Earth.
Such a big shocker that a president who has restated Hitler's sentiments about the press wants to get rid of anti-fascists!
Our government is back, so it's that time again. This time, y'all get to be preachy instead of me!
Life cycle analysis is the tool by which a product’s impact on the environment through its lifetime is evaluated. In the context of recycling, it helps to determine if waste reduction, recycle, resource recovery or disposal is the best practicable environmental option. It has been extensively applied in solid waste management (McDougall et al., 2001). The analysis quantifies the energy and raw materials used and solid, liquid and gaseous waste produced at each stage of the process...It can be [e]specially useful in comparing the environmental impact of a product made by recycling and the same made from virgin materials.
(More here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/earth-and-planetary-sciences/life-cycle-analysis)
I suggest beginning with a visual diagram to guide your research. If you wish to include ethical and/or health analysis in this exercise, that would be wonderful! If you do not wish to write anything, please consider running through this mentally!
I will be writing up my analysis before July. If you write anything, please consider TGing it to me (Turbeaux) because I am hoping to assemble a compilation of these.
Thank you and please stay safe!
Here is my analysis: page=dispatch/id=1397917
Actually I thought they where officially branded as a terrorist group a few years ago..
anyways i'm back from the Covid 19 infested now complete with riots in Atlanta.. We have two new WA thingies!
Rights Of The Employed!
Commend Crushing Our Enemies
Fact of the day: King Tut's gems are made of glass that predates the formation of Egypt. This indicates that they were made by a meteor impact in the sahara. Also, in the black stone inside the Kaaba, it is made of a strong heat treated glass, this is also thought to be created by a meteor impact.
To be fair, seeing as to how quantum mechanics work, only a mad man like good ol' Quentin could come up with it.
A pandemic, threats of a riot nothing too serious where I'm at, and an incoming tropical storm. Oh well at least I'll get a day off for the storm.
Apparently it's not even legally possible to label them as such. They're not exactly a single organized entity, and more importantly they're not foreign.
Wait, do they have to be foreign to be terrorists?
Really? I guess skool shooters aren't called terrorists so i guess you're right.
To me the nz shooter was a terrorist. But he was Australian so i guess it also counts as foreign.
I mean, you probably won't be called terrorists, but traitors doesn't sound much better.
I don't deny that that is what terrorists are, but I was talking about official US designations here. *shrug*
*slaps U.S. Code § 1189 on the table*
(1) In general
The Secretary is authorized to designate an organization as a foreign terrorist organization in accordance with this subsection if the Secretary finds that-
(A) the organization is a foreign organization;
(B) the organization engages in terrorist activity (as defined in section 1182(a)(3)(B) of this title or terrorism (as defined in section 2656f(d)(2) of title 22), or retains the capability and intent to engage in terrorist activity or terrorism); and
(C) the terrorist activity or terrorism of the organization threatens the security of United States nationals or the national security of the United States.
And no, there is no domestic equivalent. I don't know why.
Slams 18 U.S. Code § 2331 on the table.
(5) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that—
(A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State;
(B) appear to be intended—
(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
(ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or
(iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and
(C) occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States; and
Fact of the day: Goldfish have been recorded to living as long as 43 years, although the only typically live to 10 to 15 years. They also have a memory that allows them to remember things they were taught for over a year.
Domestic terrorism, yeah. Unfortunately, not domestic terrorist organization. Still not an equivalent.
I just remembered a shirt that said I'm a tourist not a terrorist. My classmate bought it while we were in Czech.