Er, I don't know how "at a current of" slipped in there. Volts are voltage, not current.
The summary is misleading; a look at the paper reveals the 63% is the Faradic efficiency, at a current of -1.2 volts.
No, sorry, you misunderstand.
Cygwin is GNU for Windows. It compiles and puts the GNU system on Windows.
"Windows Subsystem for Linux" is not GNU for Windows. It is subsystem for executing compiled-for-Linux ELF binaries on Windows. It's a Linux subsytem/ABI on Windows much like Wine is a Windows subsystem/ABI on Linux. You can run GNU software compiled for Linux on it, because it implements the Linux system calls on Windows, but it is not a port of GNU software to the Windows kernel.
And even worse: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
= = = Stay out of the way and let the people sort it out. Government interference always makes things worse = = =
Actually, in its response to the FERC's requirement to develop plans for geomagnetic events the US provision-of-electricity industry explicitly said that preparations for ordinary geomagnetic storms (say up to G5-) were its responsibility, but preparation for catastrophic events such as G5+ Carringon Events was not within its capability and should be undertaken by government.
A language that doesn't have everything is actually easier to program in than some that do. -- Dennis M. Ritchie