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Discard this bullshit, go straight to the source here :
pubs.aip.org/…/Accuracy-of-the-explicit-energy-co…
INTRODUCTION
Delivering advanced semiconductor manufacturing capabilities for the coming decades will require an unprecedented control of plasma chemistry and kinetic behavior at the wafer surface. Developing equipment that can enable this control will necessitate increasing reliance on predictive modeling tools which can accurately capture this physics. Such tools, perhaps in combination with artificial intelligence approaches, will also enable the generation of digital twins for plasma equipment and reduce the time for optimization of integrated circuit fabrication recipes (…)

A_A ,
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Very sophisticated experiment measures that there is nothing new at small scales. (but give us more money so eventually we can measure something new)

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Thanks and indeed I intended my comment be a tldr but also I was trying to debunk the clickbait title.

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So, it’s not Scarborough, UK. Of course that would have been really surprising. Thanks for this summary, ideally it should be in the body of the post.

Scientists develop game-changing 'glass brick' that could revolutionize construction: 'The highest insulating performance' (www.thecooldown.com)

Scientists develop game-changing ‘glass brick’ that could revolutionize construction: ‘The highest insulating performance’::The team of scientists developed an aerogel glass brick, which is a translucent and thermally insulating material.

A_A ,
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You are confusing the units : the value for aerogel is for a 1 m thick wall, while the value for your glass blocks is for 16 centimeter (one block thick). So an error of 16/100 ratio (or 100/16).

A_A OP ,
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I would accept any article which try at least to be educational and sustain science // not confuse people or sell snake oil.

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This science community lacks rules !
(and I made a post about it)

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(…) The team’s results were published in January in the journal Nature Astronomy.
… :
paywalled
Weak-lensing detection of intracluster filaments in the Coma clusterwww.nature.com/articles/s41550-023-02164-w
AbstractThe concordance cosmological model predicts that galaxy clusters grow at the intersection of filaments that structure the cosmic web and extend tens of megaparsecs. Although this hypothesis has been supported by the baryonic components, no observational study has detected the dark matter component of the intracluster filaments (ICFs), the terminal segment of the large-scale cosmic filaments at their conjunction with individual clusters. We report weak-lensing detection of ICFs in the Coma cluster field from the ∼12-deg2 Hyper Suprime-Cam imaging data. The detection is based on two methods, the matched-filter technique and the shear-peak statistic. The matched-filter technique yields detection significances of 6.6σ and 3.6σ for the northern and western ICFs at 110° and 340°, respectively. The shear-peak statistic yields detection significances of 3.1σ and 2.8σ for these ICFs. Both ICFs are highly correlated with the overdensities in the weak-lensing mass reconstruction and are well aligned with the known large-scale (>10 Mpc) cosmic filaments associated with the Coma supercluster.

A_A OP ,
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Many people are (…)* by big profits.
(*) I can’t find the right word.

A_A OP ,
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Yes, fitting word, but not the best since it has a double meaning (sexual).

A_A OP ,
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This is exactly the right word, unfortunately, we see it use too often in this context : “Many people are corrupted by big profits”. … and because we got habituated, it’s not striking anymore as it should.

A_A OP ,
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ideally, I was hoping (but I failed) to put the spotlight on the positives :
1- Now we don’t have lead in gasoline (except for airplane & sport races) ,
2- Put the emphasis on one hero on this story which I name in the body of the post,
3- See how people can triumph over greed.

A_A OP , (edited )
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You are right : the corporations were criminal here, but there was also a hero here (Clair Cameron Patterson) I did put his name + a link in the body of my post, and he won in the end.
Edit : ok, i updated my post to put a spotlight on this.

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Thanks. Well, …I know since others made similar comments 😋
(see comments from th3dogcow and from @shottymcb )

A_A ,
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Nice ! (also : typo @ uaere user )

A_A ,
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…sub we’re on (…) this is pushing it …

Lol ! Could be on explain like I’m 5

A_A ,
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On first thought : yes.
But on second thought : no (i.e. : not really, because of system’s redundancies)

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President : Katalin Novák
Prime Minister : Viktor Orbán

They were are the last to deny Sweden’s accession to NATO … is there some connections here ?
Edit : thanks to @ObviouslyNotBanana for correction

A_A ,
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My error, you are right. I’ll edit it.

A_A ,
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To me the title is deceptive as there is no extinction level event and so I read the above comment (by @stoneparchment ) as sarcasm :

Why is it being down voted? /sarcasm

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I guess the answer is that people don’t like the title?

Yes, this is what I was trying to say and despite this, I believe you that it’s a good article.

OpenAI wants to raise 5-7 trillion dollars. Yes, Trillion (decrypt.co)

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is in talks with investors, including from the United Arab Emirates, to raise between $5 trillion to $7 trillion in funding. The goal, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal, is to increase the world's chip manufacturing capacity and enhance AI capabilities....

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So crazy we should fire this guy (again).

Sphere in Las Vegas made $167.8M in revenue for first three full months | KSNV (news3lv.com)

Sphere in Las Vegas made $167.8M in revenue for first three full months | KSNV::KSNV NBC Las Vegas covers news, sports, weather and traffic for the Las Vegas, Nevada area including Paradise, Spring Valley, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Indian Springs, Sloan, Searchlight, Laughlin and Nellis AFB.

A_A ,
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A planetarium (…) is a theatre built primarily for presenting educational and entertaining shows about astronomy and the night sky, or for training in celestial navigation.
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planetarium

A_A ,
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I would say a billboard

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Read more on Sky News:Snow warning issued for large parts of the UKUK state pension age will have to rise, say experts

Ooups, you “AutoTL;DR” did bad there.

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The UK’s former chief scientific adviser, Prof Sir David King, told the BBC: “When the world is faced with threats from the climate emergency, would it not be wiser to channel these research funds into the endeavours to create a manageable future?

Yes I would say. Anyway, we receive cosmic ray at 10^21^ electronVolts from outer space. So, nature phenomenas should be studied otherwise.

New coal mine proposed for BC Rockies (www.victorianow.com)

I’ve been to Elkford, BC. It’s a beautiful place nestled in Elk Valley. Surrounded by the Rockies on all sides and many hours from any city, it’s like being on a different planet. What I remember most was the enormous mines and equipment I drove past jut before entering Elkford....

A_A ,
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typo in title : ine instead of mine

A_A ,
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cork : nice, but very expensive as far as I know

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Disclaimer : I don’t work in this field

This study seems legitimate for me, despite your post receiving lots of downvotes and bad comments.

Original source :
Hannes Zacher Wilhelm Wundt Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University, Germany
at :
www.sciencedirect.com/…/S0191886923004294?via%3Di…

via : original.newsbreak.com…
mediabiasfactcheck.com/news-break/
Questionable Reasoning: Poor Sourcing, Fake News
Bias Rating: LEFT-CENTER
Factual Reporting: MIXED
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Media Type: News App
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History
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A_A ,
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Do you work in this field ? (I don’t)

A_A ,
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I hope you are right as well but sometimes science reveal some strange psychological human traits, …and l “love” science.

A_A ,
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One more of those titles where I think to myself : there must be some English grammatical pervert mechanism (which I don’t understand) that would hint some meaning to a native speaker.

A_A ,
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What ’s are you finding confusing with it?

For me the worst part was “dognapping”. Followed by : “frantic owner clinging to car hood”. Because at this point, I am on the wrong track … since I am trying to figure out how the owner of the car was napping (like a dog ?) on his car’s hood (??) or whatever. I couldn’t make sense of that.

A_A ,
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Ok, well, after reading the title I went on to read the “body” of the post and so I was rapidly back on track and understood that “dognapping” word … and was then able to grasp the rest…

I like this (newspaper article) title :
Foot heads arms body” meaning :
“Mr Foot is heading a group of people which is called a body that is concerned with a type of weapons which is designated by the word : arms

Sometimes it is fun to go beyond my initial confusion … but most often it is just making me lose some time … then I don’t understand and I just give up… and sometime, like today, I make some kind of a rant.

Thanks for your time, attention and your kindness 👍

A_A ,
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This is personal so I won’t comment 😋
what about you ?

A_A ,
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Answer:

NYU’s Applied Mathematics Laboratory Ristroph et al. found that the reverse sprinkler rotates a good 50 times slower than a regular sprinkler, but it operates along similar mechanisms, which is surprising. “The regular or ‘forward’ sprinkler is similar to a rocket, since it propels itself by shooting out jets,” said Ristroph. “But the reverse sprinkler is mysterious since the water being sucked in doesn’t look at all like jets. We discovered that the secret is hidden inside the sprinkler, where there are indeed jets that explain the observed motions.”

A reverse sprinkler acts like an “inside-out rocket,” per Ristroph, and although the internal jets collide, they don’t do so head-on. “The jets aren’t directed exactly at the center because of distortion of the flow as it passes through the curved arm,” Ball wrote. “As the water flows around the bends in the arms, it is slung outward by centrifugal force, which gives rise to asymmetric flow profiles.” It’s admittedly a subtle effect, but their experimentally observed flow patterns are in excellent agreement with the group’s mathematical models.

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A_A ,
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An   will be visible in your comment if you define it as code.
As for the post, it should be edited to remove any visible ones.

A_A ,
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That isn’t inversely not un_good, not.

A_A ,
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arithmetic arithmancy
source :
Arithmancy | Harry Potter Wiki
harrypotter.fandom.com/wiki/Arithmancy

A_A ,
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Scientist : We are bad for trashing the wild.
Wild Life : Thanks humans for these wonderful artificial things.

A_A ,
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Switch it on and you’ll get a Flying_Crab 🤣

A_A OP ,
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Thanks to
:::spoiler all of you here :
@AmidFuror @kbin.social
@Bipta @kbin.social
@fidodo @lemmy.world
@GreyShuck @feddit.uk
@HubertManne @kbin.social
@IdiosyncraticIdiot @sh.itjust.works
@lvxferre @mander.xyz
@Nemo @midwest.social
@originalucifer @moist.catsweat.com
@PeepinGoodArgs @reddthat.com
@Rhynoplaz @lemmy.world
@southsamurai @sh.itjust.works
@TheInsane42 @lemmy.world
@whenigrowup356 @lemmy.world
:::
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For your interest in this discussion. I cannot decide for all of you of the final conclusion … but after careful pondering here is what I say :

The strongest point would be this :
from(@PeepinGoodArgs )

(…) And when you get less that most of what you want, the population is left with even greater feelings of disappointment in their political leaders. Free speech will be used to exploit these vulnerabilities. Free speech can also alleviate the pressure of these vulnerabilities on democracy. (…)

But this would work only if debates go well enough. The following is relevant here :

from(@whenigrowup356 )

I’d argue that debates aren’t useful without a neutral, mutually trusted media source that listeners from both sides would refer to for fact-checking. The US has debates but the soundbites that partisan media air are the main way people consume them. Few people watch the whole debate, and few want to because they’re mostly just hot air. (…)

I feel this whole social process is really critical (at this point in time) so, thanks again to everyone here.

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Hi @anarchy79,

since I forgot what I was saying here 4 months ago I read the whole thread again and basically what I said is that I agree with what you said then (4 months ago) and I added a couple of references//ideas to make this point stronger.

Also, I have no idea why you did receive this notification only today, 4 months after the discussion. I guess the Lemmy software is buggy since for my account I did not receive some notifications in a few instances where someone replied to some of my comments and I just happened to see those replies anyway since I was reading all again.

take care, 👍

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