Don't know of any Mott transitions except by pressure, temperature or doping though
Madshrimps overclocked a Netburst Celeron 352 to 8,1 GHz in liquid nitrogen. With air cooling they did 5.7 GHz
the 40W and 60W equivalent I've had no issues with, has anyone tried the 75W equivalent.
Maybe 100W equivalent (13.5 watts) is just too much heat in too small an area for LEDs
do tell the $500 solution that would "fix the power" for an entire house.
Nope, in fact it is the opposite situation. OS X has the BSD userland
But a Linux distro only need have the Linux kernel, period
Android is a Linux, deal with it
Microsoft is actually on the side of those corporations that want to take control of your system away from you, for marketing and advertisement and monetization purposes. You are the product, not their customer.
Sorry but UNIX with all caps is the trademark, while many non-certified systems are Unix. For example OpenBSD and DragonFly are BSD Unix (and many would argue of higher quality and security than the certified UNIX(tm) systems)
funny, plenty of those 'fat americans' use that linux distro known as "Android" without problem
Yes, laser process is happening in laser diodes. The electrical engineers are annoyed at your astounding ignorance of the subject
the light at each of three frequencies (actually a distribution around a peak for real world lasers) will be coherent. There is also amplification of light by stimulated emission happening. So the device is indeed a laser and you armchair amateurs should just be quiet
because such an accident has actually happened...never
you might get stomped by a hippo that escaped from your local zoo, why don't you worry about that instead.
a two year old could sit with a plastic steering wheel going "br-br-br-br-br-br", but that doesn't mean they're driving a car down the road
You keep milking that cheesy cow fetish whey too much.
pfft, with Martin Tajmar? He has a history of making B.S. claims, look it up: "Tajmar Gravitomagnetic Waves" in your favorite search engine. The guy is full of shit
You're confused, an ion engine is a type of rocket. The problem with this type of drive is too much thrust is claimed for the amount of energy expended. You really can propel something with photons, whether microwave or light, since photons have momentum. But it's to the tune of a newton per 300 megawatts; in other words a fiendish amount of power to get a very small amount of thrust. Our universe is perverse like that.
This "physicist" Tajmar has made all kinds of absurd unreproducible claims and experiments of making gravity wave effects with superconductors and similar. In short, a self-deluded person trying to be the next Einstein when really he's more snake-oil purveyor.