while interesting and definitely worthwhile it is not particularly exciting.
maybe not. But the asterisk tells us the baryon itself is excited.
Maybe an impedance mismatch at the end(s) of the cable caused the biggest part of the signal to reflect back and forth a couple of times, over the entire length of the cable?
60ns delay is 18m of cable.
Or 6m of cable in which the signal bounces back and forth once.
ADC ----- GPS
I get a "gpg: decryption failed: secret key not available" error.
You forgot to add the key to your post, common mistake.
That country is Pakistan, and you read it on slashdot a month ago.
They're not oblivious to that fact. That's the whole point. The aim is to get more effective therapy with lower doses of X-rays.
If this plasma method only requires half the X-rays for the same effect, you will affect the healthy tissue 50% less.
The purpose is to surround the metals with a small layer of plasma. This plasma is what kills the cancer cells.
This plasma will only occur where
a) there is gold/platinum
b) where they focus the X-rays. Focusing the X-rays is done just like your gamma knife: multiple beams from different directions, converging on the tumor.
Since liver and kidneys are not radiated, you get no plasma there...
So it's more precise than only using converging beams of X-rays.
It's about companies that offer micropayment.
There was a list of companies that offered this service, and Hi-Media removed their competitor from that list. The competitor (Rentabiliweb) noticed this, and found out that the IP address of the edit belonged to a computer at Hi-Media, which the judge saw as proof that Hi-Media sanctioned it.
Rentabiliweb claimed 150 000 in damages, but only got 25 000, because "people don't usually visit Wikipedia to find companies that offer services"
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