That has got to be one of the better examples of properly applied sarcasm I've see here in a while.
According to article, yes I admit to having read it, they have a stand-alone java based version that runs on just about anything; the 'cloud' version is constantly collecting historical data that allows the diagnostic algorithms to learn and improve themselves. I'm not sure that last part is actually true but it is a nice thought.
The Federal Appeals Court should repeat ultimatum in an even firmer tone of voice. Add the words, "or else".
Umm... I'm pretty sure hospitals already have these units deployed.
I'd swear the night nurse I had the last time I was in hospital was a robot.
Okay, I'm replying to an AC--I know it's never a good idea--but that post was really "FUNNY".
I'm not sure of your budget or whether you are looking at this for yourself or your son, but a trinocular scope allows human binary focus on the subject/target as well as a digital imaging output that can be displayed on a dedicated Workstation or PC. These images can then be captured and later analysed.
This is what my techs use at work for FA on PCAs... but YMMV with "bacteria to paramecium's".
The article describes a closed loop system, not one where they'd be simply dumping water down the pipe continuously from an infinate supply. Some volume of water is being pumped down, the water heated by the rock, the energy extracted, and then that same water being sent back down through the loop.
There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about. -- John von Neumann