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Have you ever wondered about the potential consequences of merging two groundbreaking technologies, AI and quantum computers? Recently, the U.S. government encountered a development that raised concerns and led them to request Google and NASA to shut down their quantum computer projects.
 
 
Japanese guy rents a camping van and travels across Japan doing Rental Car Camping in acclimate weather and showcases all kinds of neat gadgets for tiny spaces.
 
The mystery of what happens when we go from a superposition to a definite state is known as the Measurement Problem, and it’s arguably the most mysterious outstanding problem in physics. The different interpretations of quantum mechanics are really about solving the measurement problem. But Many Worlds offers one thing that the other interpretations do not: there’s no collapse of the wavefunction - which might be the key to solving the measurement problem?
 
The ocean has been friend and foe for as The Netherlands exist. The Dutch have long used their ingenuity to manage the water, but a perfect storm in 1916 prompted them to embark on the most ambitious project to date: to reclaim the Zuider Sea.
 
Hello there! This past month was a great one up here at Cerro Gordo! We had a lot of experts come to look for things like water, gold, and wood. We made progress on a lot of projects and even started some new ones. Thank you all so so much for all the support over the years. It means the world to me!
 
Join Jason in the latest episode of "Opening My Gold Mine!" as he delves into the process of recovering gold from the ore he diligently mined throughout the summer! In this video, the focus is on unlocking the secrets hidden within the ore. Jason begins by meticulously searching for gold in quartz specimens—geologic wonders that not only carry significant gold value but also showcase the unique beauty of the earth's treasures.The journey continues as Jason takes us to his rock shop, where raw gold quartz ore is transformed into stunning standups, slabs, and bookends. These carefully crafted pieces are not only captivating geologic displays but also available for purchase on his eBay page, supporting the ongoing mining endeavors: https://www.ebay.com/usr/mtbakerminin...The heart of the video lies in the ore processing. Jason gets to work crushing and grinding the ore into a fine powder, liberating the gold from its host rock. The intricacies of gold recovery unfold as he pans the concentrated ore, revealing the gleaming results of his summer-long mining efforts.
 
In the Republic of Karelia, a Russian region bordering Finland, there are more than 400 remote villages, where it is not so easy to get by car, as there are hardly any roads there. It’s usually about 40-50 people (mainly old ones) living there. These villages are completely isolated from the rest of the world: there are no supermarkets or grocery stores, some places don't even have stable electricity supply. The only hope for the residents of these villages are mobile shops — vans that deliver food, medicine and even utensils to remote corners of the Russian North.
 
The offshore drilling platform Berkut is one of the largest in the world. This is a huge fully autonomous plant on giant reinforced concrete piles, which not only drills new wells, but also extracts several thousand tons of oil every day from a huge depth. The platform is able to withstand 18-meter waves, withstand temperatures down to -44 C° and the pressure of ice fields up to 2 meters thick.
 
130,000 people. That’s how many people it is estimated died in the initial atomic blasts at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The death toll could have been much higher if the atomic bombs were dropped on Tokyo. What made the US decide not to attack Japan's capital city? Check out today's epic new video to discover why the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki instead of Tokyo.
 
We all know well that a huge number of dinosaurs lived on our planet for hundreds of millions of years. However, the single continent on which they all lived, whose name was Pangea, began to disintegrate. Already at that time, the earth began to take on a typical appearance for us, with 6 continents. Because of this, dinosaur species began to differ from one another. But where did the largest dinosaur on the planet live?
 
Unboxing and enjoying the Tomy Omnibot 2000! A 26-inch home robot that can speak, play music, bring you drinks, and generally felt like 'THE FUTURE' in the 80s. While still a toy, it actually sorta comes close to the type of droid popularized in sci-fi, which back then featured all manner of automaton companions.
 
From hoverboards to flying cars to cloud cities, anti-gravity is a staple of science fiction and our dream of a less Earth-bound future. But in the real universe gravity appears to be a purely attractive force. Feels like its main MO is keeping us stuck to the surface of this lonely rock. But maybe if we science hard enough we can remove the fiction from science fiction. For the sake of our flying cars we should at least try. And for many years, physicists have wondered whether a certain well-known exotic material may experience gravitational repulsion from the Earth. That material is antimatter, and physicists at CERN have just completed a very long and very difficult experiment to answer a seemingly simple question: does antimatter fall down, or does it fall up?
 
Delve into the riveting tapestry of the Hundred Years' War, tracing its roots and milestones that shaped a tumultuous era. Explore the genesis of conflict and the Edwardian phase marked by pivotal clashes like the Battles of Sluys, followed by the Breton Civil War and the seismic Battle of Crécy. Witness the turbulent saga unfold with the Siege of Calais amid the harrowing backdrop of the Black Death, and the subsequent upheavals during the Breton Civil War. The era of Chevauchées dawned, culminating in the epochal Battle of Poitiers and the Treaty of Brétigny that marked the Edwardian phase's end. Venture into the Caroline Phase, navigating through conflicts like the Castilian Civil War and decisive battles at Pontvallain, Limoges, and la Rochelle. The era witnessed the passing of legends and shifts in power, culminating in the Battle of Roosebeke. The Lancastrian Phase unfurled, characterized by monumental sieges at Harfleur and the legendary Battle of Agincourt and Verneuil. Experience the awe-inspiring presence of Joan of Arc during the Siege of Orléans and the resounding triumph at the Battle of Patay, fostering a French resurgence amidst peace talks and reforms. Witness the gradual reconquest of territories like Normandy and Gascony, leading to the dramatic climax at the Battle of Castillon, finally concluding the Hundred Years' War. Discover the aftermath as England and France shaped their destinies after the war, political shifts, and societal changes that reverberated across both nations, forever altering their trajectories.
 
My brother, Andrew and I bought this old abandoned house in Portugal and spent the next 18 months, renovating it back to new. Not going to lie, it was tough, but we got there. Watch the transformation through my eyes as we went full steam at taking on tasks well out of our comfort zones.This is a story of perseverance and determination, that I am incredibly proud of our achievement.
 
 
Fort Drum, originally known as El Fraile Island, is a huge, now ruinous complex of concrete and steel that once guarded the southern entrance to Manila bay. It's construction took years and for much of it's history, it was regarded as strange, unique oddity on the horizon of manila bay. For a brief few months amid the desperate defence of the Philippines during WWII, it proved to be a formible and impervious foe.
 
By the 1930’s it was well understood that military aircraft would play a crucial role in future conflicts. But there was an issue that had challenged aircraft designers since the dawn of flight. Large, heavy aircraft, like bombers, could carry plenty of fuel, allowing them to fly great distances, but smaller planes like fighters needed to be light and agile could carry only a small amount, limiting their range. This mismatch in flight range meant that on long range missions, bombers couldnt rely on the protection of escorting fighters. In 1932 a pioneering Soviet engineer named Vladamir Vakhmistrov proposed a novel solution to this problem. Vakhmistrov realized that larger aircraft could be used to carry smaller ones to their targets where they could then be deployed to defend the bombers whenever needed.
 
Discover the captivating reasons behind Australia's exclusive use of road trains in this intriguing video. From their exceptional length and weight to their vital role in remote regions, we explore why Australia stands alone in embracing these massive vehicles.Join us as we delve into the fascinating origins of road trains and their significant impact on transportation.
 
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    I have converted the Headline News forum to an Article type forum. It will now show the top 20 threads with more detail of each thread.
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    I do not see a way to go past the 1st page of posts on the forum though
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    It is OK though for the main page to open up on the forum in the view it was before. As long as the portal has its own URL so it can be viewed that way I do want to try it as a regular forum view for a while
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    Yeah I'm not sure what the deal is with the pagination.
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    It SHOULD be there so I think it might just be an artifact of having an older style.
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    I switched it to a "Standard" article forum. This will show the thread list like normal, but the threads themselves will have the first post set up above the rest of the "comments"
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    I don't really get that article forum but I think it is because I have never really seen it used on a multi post thread
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    What do you think Tom?
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    I will have to get used to this.
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    I would like to see it again like Ghan had it the first time with pagination though - without the pagination that view will not work but with pagination it just might...
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    This drink recipe I have had more than a few times back in the day! Mind Eraser https://www.thehelper.net/threads/cocktail-mind-eraser.194720/
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    I'm not so sure, there's still a lot of Thursday left for it to become unhappy.
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    Its Friday!!!!
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    Thursday 7/10 would Thursday again
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    New forum coming soon going to be for my friend Saylor who is blind and he is doing motivational speaking and has an internet radio show and podcast. I am going to put a forum to promote him and other inspirational speaker stuff going to have some good stuff in it.

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