May 28, 02 / May 20, 18 18:22 UTC

Today i dismounted an old desktop computer and mounted everything in a tower model. Had some fiddling to do with psu but in the end i have placed it at the bottom. Just a few fans to be installed and gluing the psu to the bottom and where done. ...

May 24, 02 / May 16, 18 20:28 UTC

The universe i personally see is not one of a one time event, is see it as a recycling event. If we start with the smallest particles, the so called dark matter, we say that they are the largest mass of the universe, only we can not see them ...

May 24, 02 / May 16, 18 01:48 UTC

With the recent new findings about black-holes and quantum physics i was thinking about a link between these two. If sub-atomic particles could have a link to each-other in different atoms that are at very large distances from each other, then they must have had a close relation to ...

May 24, 02 / May 16, 18 02:49 UTC
The entanglement may be real, but: 1) No practical way to identify entangled pairs in post-explosion plasma (too many particles and too high temperature) 2) Likely quantum coherence time even for more robust nuclear magnetic moment will be measured in picoseconds in the environment of stellar merger/explosion. The measuring of ...
May 21, 02 / May 13, 18 10:38 UTC

Today is meccano-day. Disassembling a computer to the bare case. Just leaving, psu, motherboard, harddisk and a tiny knob to start the thing. A real bare-bone.

Meccano: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meccano

Grtz, Dirk.

May 18, 02 / May 10, 18 17:53 UTC

Today was a day of recycling computer stuff. I had 3 boxes in the end, 1 for metals that i had cleaned up as much as i could, 1 for hard plastic parts and 1 for print-plates with as much taken of as i could. These boxes will go ...

May 19, 02 / May 11, 18 03:44 UTC
Great moment in a recicler day, congratulations!!!
May 18, 02 / May 10, 18 11:48 UTC
Another world..

This one was a surprise to me. As we see here the sharks in their underwater-world we see the usual cyan color of the water. If we invert that, then that would take us to the colors that are absorbed. Interesting to see here is that the seawater is ...

May 18, 02 / May 10, 18 09:22 UTC
From above..

Another heat problem from above. Recently the Internet is overloaded with images of aurora's. Personally i am not happy with those pictures as they point us to the dangers of radiation from the sun. Our vision is based on reflection so if you invert the green then you ...

May 19, 02 / May 11, 18 09:02 UTC
Interesting read. What i personally know is that to much radiation and to less oxygen is not good for our brain. Also are we building up a stress-world based on money and selfishness. We are a product from nature not a bank product. I think we have gone to far ...
May 19, 02 / May 11, 18 02:26 UTC
I forgot to add the link to my post about control dramas: Asgardian MPS 101: Understanding Control Dramas that EVERY human has. https://asgardia.space/en/blog/25806-asgardian-mps-101-understanding-control-dramas-that-every-human-has/ Also, my post on why 'Utopian' communities fail, and what we could be aware of to prevent that: Why 'Utopian' communities fail - and what Asgardians will ...
May 19, 02 / May 11, 18 02:24 UTC
IF the sources I have read are correct - and although I am not sure they are 100% correct, my intuition tells me that we are on the cusp of VERY significant and profound changes on the DNA level in our species. The Schumann Resonance (heartbeat) of the Earth has ...
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May 16, 02 / May 8, 18 08:23 UTC
UV and roads..

Every time that we lay some asphalt or concrete we eliminate the possibility to absorb UV like all green nature on earth. This radiation bounces back to the atmosphere and heats it. It is time that we build roads that absorb UV and in the mean time we could ...

May 14, 02 / May 6, 18 14:54 UTC

Today i saw Olegnizhnik's blog posts, he is doing some sort of diary what he is doing daily. I am going to adopt this and plant here some stuff about computers what i do for hobby. This way maybe someone can learn from it. Ok, today i cleaned up ...

May 6, 02 / Apr 28, 18 04:20 UTC
Heat vs Density..

Ok this one is a though one and will surely stir some brains around. We are questioning ourselfs where all dark matter is gone. I will give you a theory that could explain some questions. Here it goes. We are saying that all mass-body's in space are very hot ...

May 6, 02 / Apr 28, 18 17:44 UTC
Hi Dirk. You'd be interested to know why these large bodies are hottest on the inside. Neutron stars themselves, for instance, were once large suns. The fusion process that releases heat was only possible with sufficient pressure and heat, so more likely in the core. When the fusion dies off ...
May 6, 02 / Apr 28, 18 05:11 UTC
Stephen Hawkings, handsome and happy in this argument, yes heat like as a big warm!! look his words: Towards the beginning of the 60s of the last century there was an intense debate about whether the Universe had a beginning a finite time ago. In the event that this is ...
Apr 28, 02 / Apr 22, 18 13:10 UTC
Material vs gases..

As a follow-up to my previous article here you can see the difference of perception with our biological view and an inverted logical view. In the first picture of the nebula we see clearly the material on the outside of the explosion as by the second picture the focus ...

Apr 28, 02 / Apr 22, 18 12:15 UTC
Biological vs Inverted..

We are born on earth and are a biological life-form. Our eyes are a biological by-product from nature to see what is eatable and not, for example. What if we would build a new logical space-eye not based on our biological eye but on the most logical way to ...

May 6, 02 / Apr 28, 18 17:58 UTC
You'd have to consider what's useful. Do we need to see all of the light waves that travel in directions that don't concern us? What you can do, though, is calculate the expected energy of light that you might encounter in space, for instance, on a trip to Mars. When ...
Apr 14, 02 / Apr 8, 18 05:42 UTC
Mining Route..

If we are planning to go mining in space then the obvious plan would go to the broken up planets. That is the only way to get the internal dense iron materials from inside a planet. The nearest by is the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Because ...

Apr 8, 02 / Apr 2, 18 07:53 UTC
Observations and contra-forces..

As long as there has been a knowledge of our night-sky there have been observations about this mysterious happening. Recent observations have put forward that the universe is continuous expanding. It is here that i want to start my personal view on this ever existing universe with my personal ...

Mar 18, 02 / Mar 15, 18 22:23 UTC

What is gravity? That was the question i asked myself today. Our atmosphere is gas, so everything that is denser then our atmosphere will fall to the ground. The more dense a material is, like iron, the more heavier it is and the lesser empty space it has around ...

May 23, 02 / May 15, 18 17:55 UTC
Have done a little update with an additional part.
Apr 5, 02 / Mar 30, 18 07:28 UTC
Interesting opinion ... Here is my opinion: Our planet "flies" - falls in space in orbit around the sun with great speed. And it does not separate, because the sun has an attraction higher due to a higher mass and also a high speed of movement. What I lead to, ...
Apr 2, 02 / Mar 27, 18 15:13 UTC
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Mar 17, 02 / Mar 14, 18 14:24 UTC
Sideways and Up.

Just had this idea. Moving sideways to bring something upwards. Grtz, Dirk.

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