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Offline xor

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In 40 years, the processor power has increased 1000 times, but the time to do a job has not decreased 1000 times.

unnecessary encryption technologies turn into unnecessary energy consumption.

I think a new communication protocol should be created for the internet.
« Last Edit: December 20, 2022, 11:15:03 PM by xor »

Offline vinceASPECT

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Hello F,

Right.

It's how technology gets implemented. 

There is global server farming
for business and all manner of theoretical infrastructures (e.g. the plethora's
of crypto currency's)

There is also a lot of reliability for the tech we have, without any
regard for it's inception and why it wouldn't be good to COPY it
in the future.

   They  use the power line infrastructures for tech networks
since it's already existing.  My old buddy  was saying all citizens will
have their personal own Satellite in orbit. It's almost as though citizens will
run their very own "internets" ....Starlink

........O__o.......

Thx
C.
« Last Edit: December 21, 2022, 05:59:11 AM by vinceASPECT »

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The fluctuation theorem has long been known for a sudden switch of the Hamiltonian of a classical system Z54 . For a quantum system with a Hamiltonian changing from... https://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,25972.msg166580.html#msg166580

Offline vinceASPECT

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Hello ,

THe Global radio states that scientists have found limitless
energy production method.

 The manmade // woman-made suns......... which operate similar as sun.

..... zero energy in......limitless energy ensues (In partical terms)



Thanks
C.

   
« Last Edit: December 22, 2022, 08:15:43 AM by vinceASPECT »

Offline Rich

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Hi vinceASPECT
Time to remove the rose colored glasses and perform a reality check:
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... In terms of specifics, the lasers of the National Ignition Facility deposited 2.05 megajoules into their target in that experiment. Measurements of the energy released afterward indicate that the resulting fusion reactions set loose 3.15 megajoules, a factor of roughly 1.5. That's the highest output-to-input ratio yet achieved in a fusion experiment. ...

Wow. Sounds fantastic. No point in reading any further, or is there ......
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... Before we get to visions of fusion power plants dotting the landscape, however, there's the uncomfortable fact that producing the 2 megajoules of laser power that started the fusion reaction took about 300 megajoules of grid power, so the overall process is nowhere near the break-even point. ...

So 300 Mega Joules of electrical energy was used to create a fusion
reaction that generated about 3 Mega Joules of energy. That means
this process currently returns only 1% of the energy put in.

Although this is a milestone, practical use is still decades away.

Found here:
https://arstechnica.com/science/2022/12/what-enabled-the-big-boost-in-fusion-energy-announced-this-week/
https://www.npr.org/2022/12/13/1142208055/nuclear-fusion-breakthrough-climate-change

Offline GNUser

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I think a new communication protocol should be created for the internet.

Hi, xor. New communication protocols already have been created. For example, Gopher and Gemini. I find Gemini particularly interesting. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemini_(protocol)

I agree that the internet as we know it is a mess. But a bad communication protocol that everybody uses is more useful than a beautiful protocol that very few people use. I think as long as the internet is "good enough" for most people, these alternate protocols will have a hard time growing their user base.
« Last Edit: December 22, 2022, 11:53:50 AM by GNUser »

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So 300 Mega Joules of electrical energy was used to create a fusion
reaction that generated about 3 Mega Joules of energy. That means
this process currently returns only 1% of the energy put in.

Although this is a milestone, practical use is still decades away.

As a nuclear engineer by degree, my money is on rapture coming before fusion. Fusion won't ever be practical and I understand the science of why.

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Hi andyj
... Fusion won't ever be practical and I understand the science of why.
While I'm not smart enough to comment on that, I am comfortable saying that many of the
news agencies reporting on this distorted the story by making it sound like the required
efficiencies for practical fusion had been achieved, and that's simply not true.

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Hi andyj
... Fusion won't ever be practical and I understand the science of why.
While I'm not smart enough to comment on that, I am comfortable saying that many of the
news agencies reporting on this distorted the story by making it sound like the required
efficiencies for practical fusion had been achieved, and that's simply not true.

MAN BITES DOG
i.e. clickbait

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_bites_dog
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clickbait

further reading:
https://news.newenergytimes.net/2021/07/11/review-of-the-fairy-tale-of-nuclear-fusion-by-l-j-reinders/
The fluctuation theorem has long been known for a sudden switch of the Hamiltonian of a classical system Z54 . For a quantum system with a Hamiltonian changing from... https://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,25972.msg166580.html#msg166580