How about Randall Mills? He has been making claims a lot longer than Rossi. Here is an interesting article. http://www.martincwiner.com/power-from-water-at-bargain-basement-prices/. His site is blacklightpower.com. Even at this site there is no new press since May 22 of last year blacklightpower.com/press/. So I guess nothing much has happened in the past year.
I just started it to test it. I went to google news. I scrolled down and started to read a link. I was interrupted three times in less than a minute by two updates to the page and a pop up. I am trying to read and the screen is flashing with updates and pop ups. It is very annoying. At least put a button on the screen that would change color when an update is available so I can decide if I want to view it and for pop ups make them show up before I start to read because if I am reading I will become annoyed and will without thought close the pop up.
I have now installed Ubuntu 13.04 4 times and for every installation, I had to wait between 20 to 30 minutes for the files to download. After which I had to respond to a dialog box which had only one response. The response was forward. Only after clicking on it did it finish with the installation. I have a mixture of windows and Ubuntu computers. My windows computers do not recognize any of my Ubuntu computers. I do have a program called Network Magic that will tell me if my Ubuntu computers are on line so it can be done. My Ubuntu computers just give me an error message when I try to access my network. I do have a goflex network drive that is recognized by all of my windows computers but not any of my Ubuntu computers so it is hard to back up any of those to that network drive. Backing up one's computer should be done automatically after one shuts down the computer. Restoration should be part of the installation dvd as it should be able to recognize a network drive and a backup copy and ask if it should restore that copy. I recently got a laptop since it was not working. I found that the problem was the hard drive. Since the hard drive did not work it would not recover from the second partition. There was a sticker on it with the code for windows but it had long been worn off. I did not have a windows 7 installation disk and did not have a code so it would be difficult for me to reinstall windows. I installed Ubuntu on it. I did spend around a hour on the hp site but did not find a solution. I do not think anyone cares a lot after the sale.
It was probably just part of the Hatfield-McCoy feud. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatfield%E2%80%93McCoy_feud They been throwing stones at each other for over 150 years now.
Maybe it is because Seymour Cray died in 1996 of complications from a automobile accident. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seymour_Cray I would think that most people who have a passing interest in supercomputer would have known that fact. Seymour Cray did a lot of work in establishing the supercomputers. I can remember seeing his supercomputers on the cover of Popular Science back in the 70's. I think he deserves a little more respect than shown here by that remark.
I am now trying to upgrade a computer. I was surprised by the speed of the download since for a lot of the time I was getting around 10 mbps. I am suppose to get 30 but 10 was a lot better than I ever got with past upgrades especially on the first day. I left the upgrade after it started to install. I came back about an hour later to find that it was stuck on a message that the only response was forward. So I clicked on the forward button. The progress bar indicated about 5% so I hope that it does not expect me to continue to watch it for an hour or two so that I can tell it to continue.
I have heard the FBI have found a man with a compass, ruler, protractor, and a calculator. These are all instruments of math instruction. After questioning the man they found that he was a member of the al-gebra movement. They are now seeking anyone with knowledge of this al-gebra.
If the potential of these solar panel is so great, why can't they generate enough capital to purchase or rent time on a supercomputer? Why are they relying on 6,000 volunteers? I sure hope if something of monetary value comes out of this project, the volunteers are at least given something for their efforts.
I have read the Bradley Manning was an E2 in rank. I was in the military and it took only a couple of months to reach E2 in rank. So the army has so little amount of people with rank of E6 and above or an officer that they have to entrust that much power to an E2. To me that is the same as a bank manager giving someone in the bank who was hired just a couple of months ago with the responsibility of closing the safe, locking all the doors and setting the alarm. I once had access to top secret information but the rule was that the information was never accessed without someone else being present. So there is no way Manning should have had access or at the least have had access without someone else being there. The officer in charge should bear more responsibility than Manning. To me it is the same as someone leaving their money in a bag on their front lawn and wondering why it was stolen.
There are leaders in every country that just love to justify military expense. How do we know that this is just a game that is being played between them so that all of the local populations will not question those expenses?
Here is a link http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-03/uoc-dod032113.php. It mentions a beer refrigerator size unit. I would imagine that would be smaller than a normal refrigerator. I live near a water pumped storage unit. They are investing close to a billion dollars in changing the turbine blades. They also built 56 windmills here at a cost of around 250 million dollars. It would seem to me that the money spent for the blades would be better spent on the home units since they would be much closer to where the electricity is being used. I would think that they could make bigger units for industry. I would hope that the units would be free and it would be like an air conditioner unit so it would be external to the house.
I want a program that would maintain a backup of the hard drive on a network drive every time the computer is shut off. I want an installation disk that would look for a backup on the network drive and install that backup instead of a new installation.
There was no force behind the big bang or the expansion of the universe. Only fools would believe that there was a force. Obviously there was a force so the question is whether or not that force had intelligence. The nature of the universe and the fact that the laws of physics being just right for our existence would be an indication of intelligence. I do not know if there is a god. I know that I would not believe in any of the gods explained by any of the religions of today. I know I would not call anyone who believes in a god a fool.
As for the doorbell system, what are the probabilities that the device to send a text message will be closer than the door itself? Forget doorbells all together. If someone wants to see me let them bring a cell phone. The cell phone would have to be able to remotely get the number to dial so that your house did not give your cell phone number to everyone. Than one would be able to answer even if they were not home. This would mean than any door to door salesperson would be able to contact you even if you are not home but caller id should be able to screen most of them out.