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## Comment: Re:Well, there's a simple explanation, really. (Score 1)134

by aled (#45376285) Attached to: Bizarre Six-Tailed Asteroid Dumbfounds Scientists

I actually live in Buenos Aires and right now there's nothing to wor%&/.....................

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## Comment: Re:Only smells funny? (Score 1)84

by lachlan76 (#45314759) Attached to: A MathML Progress Report: More Light Than Shadow

Things are changing a little bit. Elsevier offer HTML+MathJax at least for the journals that I've used. MathJax (a JS library) makes things quite a bit easier in that you can use LaTeX and have it automatically rendered to MathML, picking up \begin{align}\end{align}s and such in your HTML.

## Comment: Re:can "do quantum mechanics" at school (Score 1)71

by lachlan76 (#45178089) Attached to: Google Sparking Interest To Quantum Mechanics With <em>Minecraft</em>

One runs the experiment in the dark with a photographic film or movable photomultiplier behind the slits, allowing the observation of single photons. The density of the photons exhibits an interference pattern.

I've not done this experiment myself, but remember being told that it was possible using film during high school.

## Comment: Re:Steam Family Sharing (Score 1)317

by lachlan76 (#44977301) Attached to: Valve Announces Steam Controller
It doesn't work, because you can only share the library in its entirety. It therefore makes no difference if you would otherwise share passwords.

## Comment: Re:Blacklists and signing applets (Score 1)55

by aled (#44953109) Attached to: Java Update Implements Whitelists To Combat 0-Day Hacks

Recent Java updates, for around the past year or so, have been increasingly draconian in their security measures.

Well, considering that Oracle has been consistently bashed here in Slashdot and other sites because of the security problems with applets and client side Java I would think that is very reasonable for them to increased greatly security.

## Comment: Re:Uses of tantalum? (Score 1)136

by lachlan76 (#44908591) Attached to: Conflict Minerals and Cell Phones
The main problem with tantalum capacitors is that they tend to be low-voltage and will catch fire if you put a reverse voltage on them.

## Comment: Re:so... (Score 1)172

by aled (#44704053) Attached to: Un-Un-Pentium On Your Periodic Table of the Elements?

...which would revolutionize landfills, since they would have fewer contributions. Sheesh, do I have to explain everything here?

What do you mean? EXPLAIN! EXPLAIN!

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