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Comment: Re:Solutions for charged particles (Score 1) 505

by roscaf (#42453305) Attached to: Trip To Mars Could Damage Astronauts' Brains
Would this be useful? "Eleven months later and it looks like the British team have found their answer. In results just published in the journal Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, they have devised a system no bigger than a large desk that uses the same energy as an electric kettle." Read more: http://www.universetoday.com/20671/ion-shield-for-interplanetary-spaceships-now-a-reality/#ixzz2GqilqIy1

Comment: Re:But where do you start? (Score 2, Insightful) 361

by roscaf (#24699733) Attached to: The Mainframe World Is Alive, Even For Those Under 40
Get a job in a bank or insurance company. They'll train you in and you should be up on your own as an operator in about a year. Its really not to complicated. Only cavet is its mostly shift work, people don't tend to last long at it and don't stay with it for more than 10 years unless they really love working nights. The trick is to get good enough as a mere operator to get into consulating, thats where the real fun stuff is and the money

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