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 1   TODAY'S OFF-TOPIC NEWS / Re: RC Adventures  on: Yesterday at 8:06pm
Started by Gort | Post by Sys_Config
on Sep 27th, 2017, 08:06am, MrGort wrote:
An old video but any Drone, Nemo, Nautilus fans might like. The Nautilus is jet propelled.



I remember when I first saw it 10 years ago..stellar work..I seam to recall a pic of two guys holding it..have to recheck archives It might have been you..but I believe it was someone else..It's great to see it in action!
 
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 2   TODAY'S OFF-TOPIC NEWS / Re: RC Adventures  on: Yesterday at 7:46pm
Started by Gort | Post by MrGort
I wonder if it has a return to home. If you blink it could be gone.

Impressive but too fast.
 
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 3   TODAY'S OFF-TOPIC NEWS / Re: Paddock : The Man with Two Brains  on: Yesterday at 7:46pm
Started by Sys_Config | Post by Sys_Config
It gets more bizarre before you can pounce on the first inconsistency


I remember when Crowd strike had a grand steakhouse dinner..
after the allegedly cleaned the pandas out of the system
Here..another steakhouse dinner only problem was the backdrop used in the Union Heroes award dinner does not exist as the restaurant was remodeled back in July



 
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 4   Your own online space here at UFO Casebook / Re: Stuff and Nonsense Unleashed  on: Yesterday at 6:25pm
Started by WingsofCrystal | Post by Sys_Config
on Yesterday at 5:35pm, WingsofCrystal wrote:
Good idea Sys,

It would be fun to irritate @Jack

Crystal



Thank you Crystal I dropped that in @AnonScan s hat..please feel free to drop..where you think to do most exposure..I'm sick of being profiled and looking over my shoulder
 
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 5   Your own online space here at UFO Casebook / Re: Stuff and Nonsense Unleashed  on: Yesterday at 5:36pm
Started by WingsofCrystal | Post by WingsofCrystal
on Yesterday at 4:08pm, Swamprat wrote:
I tip my hat to Burger King...



https://www.wimp.com/burger-kings-interesting-take-on-anti-bullying/



I second that Swamprat.

Crystal



 
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 6   Your own online space here at UFO Casebook / Re: Stuff and Nonsense Unleashed  on: Yesterday at 5:35pm
Started by WingsofCrystal | Post by WingsofCrystal
on Yesterday at 4:01pm, Sys_Config wrote:
Attention All Twitter Users

Operation #Tame_The_Beast About To Start

I have been thinking of a way...to counter Twitters fowlow Track Assess and control Methods..This is open to all Antifa Keks Conservatives every category including Green Thumb Garderners. Isnspired by the UFO Blurs and the starlings

Recap to what I posted on the WikiLeaks 2010 expose of Palantir

..note the emphasis on twitter agains "haters" while having no problem lumping mere dissenters into that bracket. .they extract who follows them..what they say..etc...what if..we could kill them with kindness. ie start giving likes to opinions and topics you don't care about. even hate..yes hater..daily..like follow retweet on matters opposite and even disconnected to your profile?..the cloud of traceable dots..becomes a giant BLUR..they can't make money off of it..they cant put a label on you..or sort you into a box..they can't predict!.they rely on birds of a feather..flock together...the separate ideological flocks become one swarm you cannot discern who is who..you can't monetize a group like that,.or do behavioral studies on it..or influence its behavior this would provide protection to us as a swarm down to the individual member, while retaining your beliefs expressions ideas.

You dont have to you can stay in their box but everyone here knows precicesly what I'm talking about

Lets Tame the beast..at least

go to respective chat channels and pass on..




Good idea Sys,

It would be fun to irritate @Jack

Crystal



 
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 7   Your own online space here at UFO Casebook / Re: Stuff and Nonsense Unleashed  on: Yesterday at 4:08pm
Started by WingsofCrystal | Post by Swamprat
I tip my hat to Burger King...



https://www.wimp.com/burger-kings-interesting-take-on-anti-bullying/

 
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 8   Your own online space here at UFO Casebook / Re: Stuff and Nonsense Unleashed  on: Yesterday at 4:01pm
Started by WingsofCrystal | Post by Sys_Config
Attention All Twitter Users

Operation #Tame_The_Beast About To Start

I have been thinking of a way...to counter Twitters fowlow Track Assess and control Methods..This is open to all Antifa Keks Conservatives every category including Green Thumb Garderners. Isnspired by the UFO Blurs and the starlings

Recap to what I posted on the WikiLeaks 2010 expose of Palantir

..note the emphasis on twitter agains "haters" while having no problem lumping mere dissenters into that bracket. .they extract who follows them..what they say..etc...what if..we could kill them with kindness. ie start giving likes to opinions and topics you don't care about. even hate..yes hater..daily..like follow retweet on matters opposite and even disconnected to your profile?..the cloud of traceable dots..becomes a giant BLUR..they can't make money off of it..they cant put a label on you..or sort you into a box..they can't predict!.they rely on birds of a feather..flock together...the separate ideological flocks become one swarm you cannot discern who is who..you can't monetize a group like that,.or do behavioral studies on it..or influence its behavior this would provide protection to us as a swarm down to the individual member, while retaining your beliefs expressions ideas.

You dont have to you can stay in their box but everyone here knows precicesly what I'm talking about

Lets Tame the beast..at least

go to respective chat channels and pass on..



 
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 9   TODAY'S OFF-TOPIC NEWS / Re: RC Adventures  on: Yesterday at 3:55pm
Started by Gort | Post by Swamprat
https://www.wimp.com/451-mph-rc-jet/
 
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 10   Your own online space here at UFO Casebook / Re: Stuff and Nonsense Unleashed  on: Yesterday at 3:51pm
Started by WingsofCrystal | Post by WingsofCrystal
Science Magazine

Stanford researchers build a ‘billion sensors’ earthquake observatory with optical fibers

19 October 2017

Thousands of miles of buried optical fibers crisscross California's San Francisco Bay Area delivering high-speed internet and HD video to homes and businesses.

Biondo Biondi, a professor of geophysics at Stanford's School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, dreams of turning that dense network into an inexpensive "billion sensors" observatory for continuously monitoring and studying earthquakes.

Over the past year, Biondi's group has shown that it's possible to convert the jiggles of perturbed optical fiber strands into information about the direction and magnitude of seismic events.

The researchers have been recording those seismic jiggles in a 3-mile loop of optical fiber installed beneath the Stanford University campus with instruments called laser interrogators provided by the company OptaSense, which is a co-author on publications about the research.

"We can continuously listen to – and hear well – the Earth using preexisting optical fibers that have been deployed for telecom purposes," Biondi said.

Currently researchers monitor earthquakes with seismometers, which are more sensitive than the proposed telecom array, but their coverage is sparse and they can be challenging and expensive to install and maintain, especially in urban areas.

By contrast, a seismic observatory like the one Biondi proposes would be relatively inexpensive to operate. "Every meter of optical fiber in our network acts like a sensor and costs less than a dollar to install," Biondi said. "You will never be able to create a network using conventional seismometers with that kind of coverage, density and price."

Such a network would allow scientists to study earthquakes, especially smaller ones, in greater detail and pinpoint their sources more quickly than is currently possible. Greater sensor coverage would also enable higher resolution measurements of ground responses to shaking.

"Civil engineers could take what they learn about how buildings and bridges respond to small earthquakes from the billion-sensors array and use that information to design buildings that can withstand greater shaking," said Eileen Martin, a graduate student in Biondi's lab.


more after the jump:
https://scienmag.com/stanford-researchers-build-a-billion-sensors-earthquake-observatory-with-optical-fibers/

Crystal



 
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