Saturday, December 15, 2007
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Monday, December 10, 2007
Wow 1/5 support the taliban. So that means that
80% dont support them. This BBC is really
something else and seems to want the Taliban to
Posted 5 hours ago by "WEEDBENDER" (R)
Jesus, is Bin Laden writing his press releases for
Who took a pounding? We did? Did anyone tell the
Lads? I don't think they know that.
Posted 2 hours ago by "Edwulf" (R)M
Sunday, December 09, 2007
I was using this for stories of interest to my self,
but have converted to automated Taliban OSINT
Hope you find it useful.
Current Youtube taiban vids,
My blog posts
Search top 50 terror blogs.
Thursday, December 06, 2007
This effect is called meissner... Basically when something is made really cold, it becomes characterized by an absence of magnetic permeability, and the exclusion of the internal magnetic field. A phenomenon known as Superdiamagnetism. Basically the nitrogen cools the first substance to its critical temperature ( or below ) and then that substance excludes its magnetic field.
Seems to violate the laws of conservation of energy?
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Monday, November 12, 2007
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Are we missing a dimension of time?
Could "hypertime" help develop a theory of everything? Roger Highfield reports
A scientist has put forward the bizarre suggestion that there are two dimensions of time, not the one that we are all familiar with, and even proposed a way to test his heretical idea next year.
Time is no longer a simple line from the past to the future, in a four dimensional world consisting of three dimensions of space and one of time. Instead, the physicist envisages the passage of history as curves embedded in a six dimensionals, with four of space and two of time.
"There isn't just one dimension of time," Itzhak Bars of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles tells New Scientist. "There are two. One whole dimension of time and another of space have until now gone entirely unnoticed by us."
Bars claims his theory of "two time physics", which he has developed over more than a decade, can help solve problems with current theories of the cosmos and, crucially, has true predictive power that can be tested in a forthcoming particle physics experiment.
If it is confirmed, it could point the way to a "theory of everything" that unites all the physical laws of the universe into one, notably general relativity that governs gravity and the large scale structure of the universe, and quantum theory that rules the subatomic world.
In the quest for that all embracing theory, scientists have been adding extra dimensions of space to their equations for decades. As early as the 1920s, mathematicians found that moving up to four dimensions of space, instead of the three we experience, helped in their quest to reconcile theories of electromagnetism and gravity.
Today, theoreticians are studying a theory of everything called M-theory that adds yet another dimension, taking the total to 11: 10 of space and one of time.
Until now, they have been reluctant to meddle with time because it can lead to unexpected consequences, such as time travel.
Changing our picture of time from a line to a plane (one to two dimensions) means that the path between the past and future could loop back on itself, allowing you to travel back and forwards in time and allowing the famous grandfather paradox, where you could go back and kill your grandfather before your mother was born, thereby preventing your own birth.
Bars first found hints of an extra time dimension in M-theory in 1995 and, when he looked into it, discovered the grandfather paradox and other fears could be overcome by using a new kind of symmetry - a mathematical property to work out the relationship between the quantities of position and momentum. It is this symmetry that might help reconcile the two mighty pillars of 20th-century physics, quantum mechanics and relativity.
Simply adding an extra dimension of time doesn't solve everything, however. To produce equations that work with the new symmetry that describe the world accurately, an additional dimension of space is needed as well, giving a total of four space dimensions, he explained in the journal Physical Review D.
According to Bars, the familiar four dimensional world we see around us is merely a "shadow" of the six-dimensional reality, just as a hand makes many different shadows on a wall when lit from different angles.
Although we cannot experience the extra time dimension directly, we can effectively notice it through the different perspectives of the different "shadows".
In this sense, he points to already existing evidence of physical phenomena at both macroscopic and microscopic scales. Furthermore, he believes that more evidence for his theory could emerge next year, when particles are smashed together in CERN's Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland to create hitherto unseen "supersymmetric" particles.
The work poses a question: is his proposal a mathematical fix, rather than a real physical entity?
Bars insists his extra dimensions are more than mathematical sleight of hand. "Absolutely not," he told New Scientist. "These extra dimensions are out there, as real as the three dimensions of space and one of time we experience directly."
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Posted by gerald at 3:06 AM
Saturday, September 22, 2007
They got it right but missed the point.
GRB's are births of black holes.
The black holes are pieces of the orginal seminal prime.
When the black holes exceed their limits they explode. big bang!
Till then they are busy swolling up the universe reverse of the big bang.
9.22.07 11:40 pm
Thursday, July 19, 2007
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs has announced the upcoming launch of a website aimed at fighting extremism and to reform individuals with extremist views. The website, which will have sections in Arabic and in English, is aimed at Muslim audiences worldwide. It will in_clu_de forums for debating controversial issues like takfir (accusing other Muslims of heresy) and al-walaa wal-baraa. 
The site is to be operated by the Al-Sakinah Campaign, an independent Saudi initiative supported by the Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs. The campaign initiates dialogue with extremists on the Internet with the aim of preventing the spread of extremist views. 
In an interview with the Saudi daily Al-Riyadh, the public relations director of the Al-Sakinah Campaign, Khaled Al-Mushawwah, provided details on the planned site.
The Website Will Contribute to the War on Extremism
"The [Al-Sakinah] Campaign is about to step up [its activities] with the launching of a very big site that the campaign is currently working on. We have [already] contracted a large firm to construct it in the best possible manner. The primary goal of the site is to display the efforts of the Al-Sakinah Campaign in fighting extremist and deviant ideology, to correct [aberrant] views, and to explain the position of shari'a on questions like terrorist activity and takfir. The site also aims to propagate the correct ideology and to publish materials related to the campaign's activities, e.g. fatwas by senior 'ulama and sheikhs as well as studies on [relevant] issues. The site aims to take part in proper [Islamic] da'wa and to spread the correct views regarding Islam..."
The Site Will Be In Arabic and English
"The site will benefit Muslims worldwide. There will be a section in Arabic and a section in English. [The site will serve] preachers and individuals who seek knowledge on the [Islamic] faith, from all over the world. It will in_clu_de advanced forums on various controversial issues like takfir, the presence of infidels in the Arabian Peninsula, [the principle of] al-walaa wal-baraa, and the heated debate surrounding these [issues].
"The site will have several sections: The first section will introduce the [Al-Sakinah] Campaign. The second will contain an audio-library that the campaign has been compiling for a long time... There will also be a library [of texts], containing over 10,000 pages of books and studies... and a library of video clips featuring interviews with individuals who have renounced [their extremist views], including TV interviews with them and the conversations [that the campaign activists] conducted with them on the Internet.
"There will also be a media section, containing [media] reports about the campaign and its goals, and [we] will monitor [the media] for articles by columnists and intellectuals about issues of terrorism and extremism... There will be a section for fatwas by 'ulama... and a special section devoted to individuals who have returned to the right path. This section will in_clu_de clips from TV [interviews with] these individuals as well as the dialogues conducted by the campaign [activists] with some of them..."
We Decided to Set Up the Site in Response to Requests from All Over the World
Al-Mushawwah said further that "the site, [which] will be very large... will be launched in the upcoming months, and may be completed by the end of the year... Initially," he added "the campaign had no intention of setting up a site. But in light of the many requests we received from inside and outside Saudi Arabia, from some of the Gulf states and from [other] countries around the world, and even from some Islamic centers in Europe, [we] decided that we must share our unique experience by [setting up] a website, so that everyone will be able to benefit from this experience..."
Religious Leaders, Not the Extremists Themselves, Are the Site's Primary Target Audience
ANNOUNCED Oct 12 2006, 07:33 PM
WELL WHERE IS IT?
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Wednesday, April 25, 2007
By ANICK JESDANUN, AP Internet Writer Tue Apr 24, 6:33 PM ET
NEW YORK - A group of researchers led by the University of Tokyo has broken Internet speed records — twice in two days. Operators of the high-speed Internet2 network announced Tuesday that the researchers on Dec. 30 sent data at 7.67 gigabits per second, using standard communications protocols.
The next day, using modified protocols, the team broke the record again by sending data over the same 20,000-mile path at 9.08 Gbps.
That likely represents the current network's final record because rules require a 10 percent improvement for recognition, a percentage that would bring the next record right at the Internet2's current theoretical limit of 10 Gbps.
However, the Internet2 consortium is planning to build a new network with a capacity of 100 Gbps. With the 10-fold increase, a high-quality version of the movie "The Matrix" could be sent in a few seconds rather than half a minute over the current Internet2 and two days over a typical home broadband line.
Researchers used the newer Internet addressing system, called IPv6, to break the records in December. Data started in Tokyo and went to Chicago, Amsterdam and Seattle before returning to Tokyo. The previous high of 6.96 Gbps was set in November 2005.
Speed records under the older addressing system, IPv4, are in a separate category and stand at 8.8 Gbps, set in February 2006.
The Internet2 is run by a consortium of more than 200 U.S. university. It is currently working to merge with another ultrahigh-speed, next-generation network, National LambdaRail.
The announcement of the new record was made at the Internet2 consortium's spring meeting, which ends Wednesday in Arlington, Va.
Sunday, April 08, 2007
Thursday, March 29, 2007
First we have Ipod, actually a hard drive on our hip.
Second we have the cel phone with that one little 1" screen.
Third we have white spaces in local tv channels.
Fourth MS NEW OS has voice recognition.
now lets mix them together.
Ipod picks up a operating system, and increases size.
cell phone grows a second screen, and ear handles.
and the white space is picked up by internet broad band.
SO NOW WE HAVE A WEARABLE PC, VOICE ACTIVATED, CELL PHONE HAS MORPHED INTO GLASSES WITH TWO STEREO VIEW SCREENS. AND CONNECTED TO INTERNET VIA CHEAP TV SIGNALS, FOR COUNTRY WIDE SERVICE.
eventually WE WILL HAVE A CHIP INSERTED INTO OUR HAND THAT IS OUR LIFE TIME HARD DRIVE, WITH WIFI YOU NEED TO SIMPLY BRING YOUR HAND NEAR A TERMINAL AND INPUT PASSWORDS, OR FINGER PRINT TO ACCESS YOUR PERMANENT HARD DRIVE.
Posted by gerald at 11:22 AM