Does anybody know how the bionic eyes which have been tested do this? Do they attempt to send their entire data stream, or do they know to do this part in silica?
There's work being done to put compute in 3/4G base stations, since PC sales have been declining.
There might be a market for a console-like solution that works on the same 'carrier' as those base station things.
Seems like cognitive radio & 60GHz tech tier though. Right now that means waiting for multiple IP mongers to compete with 60GHz SiO so the prices come down from la-la land.
Weird assumption that you could ditch the air gap, AC... This firewall is for the data that must inevitably bridge the gap. You only allow a few protocols through it and you know how those protocols behave. The list of secrets isn't one of eternal taboos, but one which is used to keep track of when to allow through what. - It's not like the grand gate FW at your network perimeter.
To get data through it you should need to know what the FW expects to see. Assuming an attacker somehow gets arbitrary execution on the dry net they either need a truly sophisticated way of disguising the data or a willing insider. You raise the bar, which is all you can ever do.
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Things can be proven. - You just have to accept that all provable things exist within a minute fantasy world which affirms itself. The study of these fantasy worlds is called axiomatic set theory.
GÃdel further proved that proof itself becomes a fantasy when your fantasy becomes elaborate enough. He labeled this rather odd artifact 'Incompleteness'.
Consequently many teeth were gnashed among the faithless dogmatists. At least DnD fanatics get updated rulebooks once in a while.
This is no cause for a scientist to have an existential crisis. We have a rulebook which appears not to be an artifact and we have a track-record of taking things from fantasy and making them real, e.g. artificial satellites. This is a strange situation to be in.
I'll bet all my credit balance that they probably learned to use a malware generator right to just PDFed the clicktomaniac back-office, and that even if the paydata was air-gapped they're leaking USB drives all over the place.
A firewall which is more than just an occasional inconvenience has to stop any data which it can't compare to its list of secrets which may not be leaked. - That is at least what one of the firewall's tasks used to be, but none which did this were sold, apparently because they were just too secure and therefore too inconvenient.
If you're in the security business and didn't know firewalls used to do this, I'd love to know.
Writing in mild anger, I did not expect a reply, so thanks!
I should have specified 'magnetism in permanent magnet'.
Stimulated emission is the interaction of an incoming photon with the electron before and during transition, not with the soon to be emitted photon.
I read a claim on a
Magnetic fields will contribute to local energy density and bend space gravitationally as a result as would anything else that contributes to mass-energy density.
I'm referring to the much stronger force which you can vividly feel when you hold one magnet in each of your hands and move them close to each other. - I intended to make an extraordinary claim by saying that this is bending space the same way as gravity bends space. I really had forgotten about Kaluza-Klein, but now I might have have developed the intuition to understand it better. - You're saying the LHC doesn't say booh or baah about KK? I find that extraordinary, too.
I intended to write popular science to an audience of laymen, so I skipped some facts. I think it is important for laymen to know that photons are bosons and so are Higgs particles.
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Electrons have 'spin'. Electrons also have an electric field. Do electrons have a magnetic field? - Yes they do. An electron's magnetic field is its 'spin'.
Why even call it 'spin'? Back in the day the function of magnetism was explained with the 'turtles all the way down' analogy of 'elementary magnets' meaning they didn't have a clue and possibly did not want to admit ignorance.
Today we know that this elementary magnet is the property of an electron spinning on an axis just like a planet does. It can not spin faster or slower, but it can turn to any alignment. When a bunch of electrons line up their axis of spin in this way (and maintain their position), what we get is of course a proper magnet. - Magnetism is therefore a quantum effect on a macroscopic scale.
Magnets interact with bosons, which in lasers do their thing by depleting entropy so that space is bent, aligning the emission of photonic bosons. Emission of photons from electrons is usually in a random direction, but lasers do things differently. - Magnets attract or repulse by bending space because their homogeneous ferromagnetic material locally depletes entropy. The Higgs particle, a boson famous for is ability to cause gravity, bends space too.
The old vestiges of ignorance persist however, among popular press and celebrity scientists who have followers not because of their theories but because of their charisma. It's eppur si muove all over again, though he Vatican did admit they made a mistake after 350 years...
They do it in order to address an audience with a varying background. For this purpose it is actually an excellent literary technique since most readers who are familiar with the subject will just gloss it over while the laymen are still able to get the gist of things.
How do you explain the discrepancy between the two tests?
Open up a history book once in a while. Look up 'monarchy'.
They started out in 1904 making rubber. Today they provide large part of Finland's export, so around here they are considered 'too big to fail'.
Importing a CEO from abroad was seen with great suspicion, which is why Elon made such a grand and public gesture of assimilating Finnish culture for a few months. - A venture about as daft as scheduling Tibet for two years to get enlightened.
According to the article, that cause is email.
Thoughts of a free man:
State, Treasury, Justice, Interior, Agriculture, Commerce, Labor, Defense, Health and Human Services,
Housing and Urban Development,
Transportation, Energy, Education, Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security
On a completely unrelated note, farmers need drones, don't they? Big ones, for dusting crops, herding cattle and what not.
That's objective and not the subjective outcome though. In each of our worlds one would be rich and the other would be dead.