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Tag Archives: computers
Though most people are familiar with Murphy’s Law – whatever can go wrong, will go wrong – a lot of folks are probably much less familiar with Moore’s Law. That one states that the number of transistors that can be … Continue reading
The progress computers have made in the past five decades is astounding. From giant, room-sized calculators that have less computational power than today’s graphing calculators used by high schoolers everywhere to today’s nano-scaled, silicon-based super processors, the field has come … Continue reading
A New Reason for Childhood Obesity A new study reported by the University of Illinois identifies another reason for childhood obesity – one that I had never really thought of before. Crime. The researchers asked children from two middle schools … Continue reading
In the not-too-distant-future, there’s a very good chance you’ll be leaving with a tattoo. No, hospitals aren’t going to resort to tattoo artistry in order to raise funds to pay for the climbing cost of healthcare. The tattoos will be … Continue reading
Sleep Not an All-or-Nothing Event Finally, a good use for epilepsy patients! In order to monitor the sources of seizures of 13 patients at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, doctors implanted 129 electrodes into 8 to 12 regions of … Continue reading
Vortex Nanodomains and Such In typical computer memory, information is stored digitally in the binary language of ones and zeroes. The question of how to store a one or a zero, however, can be varied. Again, traditionally this is done … Continue reading
A Bugged Antenna Antennas are tricky things to build. Due to some complex laws of physics, they typically have to be roughly about the same size as the wavelength of the signal it’s trying to pick up. Otherwise, the antenna … Continue reading