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Blockchain Technology Explained: Powering Bitcoin
Blockchain Technology Explained: Powering BitcoinMicrosoft recently became the latest big name to officially associate with Bitcoin, the decentralized virtual currency. However, the Redmond company did not go all out, and will only support bitcoin payments on certain content platforms, making up a tiny fraction of its business.What is The Big Deal With Bitcoin?Like most good stories, the bitcoin saga begins with a creation myth. The open-source cryptocurrency protocol was published in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, an anonymous developer (or group of bitcoin developers) hiding behind this alias. The true identity of Satoshi Nakamoto has not been revealed yet, although the concept traces its roots back to the cypher-punk movement; and there's no shortage of speculative theories across the web regarding Satoshi's identity.Bitcoin spent the next few years languishing, viewed as nothing more than another internet curiosity reserved for geeks and crypto-enthusiasts. Bitcoin eventually gained traction within several crowds. The different groups had little to nothing in common — ranging from the gathering fans, to black hat hackers, anarchists, libertarians, and darknet drug dealers; and eventually became accepted by legitimate entrepreneurs and major brands like Dell, Microsoft, and Newegg.While it is usually described as a "cryptocurrency," "digital currency," or "virtual currency" with no intrinsic value, Bitcoin is a little more than that. Bitcoin is a technology, and therein lies its potential value.This is why we wo not waste much time on the basics — the bitcoin protocol, proof-of-work, the economics of bitcoin "mining," or the way the bitcoin network functions. Plenty of resources are available online, and implementing support for bitcoin payments is easily within the realm of the smallest app developer, let alone heavyweights like Microsoft. Looking Beyond The Hype — Into The BlockchainSo what is blockchain? Bitcoin blockchain is the technology backbone of the network and provides a tamper-proof data structure, providing a shared public ledger open to all. The mathematics involved are impressive, and the use of specialized hardware to construct this vast chain of cryptographic data renders it practically impossible to replicate.All confirmed transactions are embedded in the bitcoin blockchain. Use of SHA-256 cryptography ensures the integrity of the blockchain applications — all transactions must be signed using a private key or seed, which prevents third parties from tampering with it. Transactions are confirmed by the network within 10 minutes or so and this process is handled by bitcoin miners. Mining is used to confirm transactions through a shared consensus system, and usually requires several independent confirmations for the transaction to go through. This process guarantees random distribution and makes tampering very difficult.While it is theoretically possible to compromise or hijack the network through a so-called 51% attack the sheer size of the network and resources needed to pull off such an attack make it practically infeasible. Unlike many bitcoin-based businesses, the blockchain network has proven very resilient. This is the result of a number of factors, mainly including a large investment in the bitcoin mining industry.Blockchain technology works, plainly and simply, even in its bitcoin incarnation. A cryptographic blockchain could be used to digitally sign sensitive information, and decentralize trust; along with being used to develop smart contracts and escrow services, tokenization, authentication, and much more. Blockchain technology has countless potential applications, but that's the problem — the potential has yet to be realized. Accepting bitcoin payments for Xbox in-game content or a notebook battery does not even come close.So what about that potential? Is anyone taking blockchain technology seriously?Originally published at DreamiFly.— — — — — —Please explain me what is blockchain and how is it useful?Blockchain Technology is an upcoming term mostly heard in relation to the cryptocurrencies. This record-keeping tech is very important for bitcoins. In addition to this one can also see the use of Blockchain technology in sectors like banking and investing. It also enables a community of users to control the revision and any necessary updates for the record of information. On this level Blockchain technology seems quite similar to Wikipedia. In Wikipedia, a number of users contribute to a single content. But the main difference between the 2 is in their digital backbone. Wikipedia has a highly protected centralized database. The total control over this centralized database lies with the owner. The owner manages all updates, accesses and also protecting against any cyber threats. On the other hand, for the distributed database of the Blockchain technology, every node in the network has to come to the same conclusion while each updating the record independently. Thereafter only the most popular record is held at the official record instead of the existing master copy.
Chinese AV Smart Factory Features Cutting-Edge Technology
Chinese AV Smart Factory Features Cutting-Edge Technology
Chinese AV ‘Smart Factory’ Features Cutting-Edge Technology"Like people, things are the products of their environment, too," says Ding Lei, CEO of Human Horizons. "If we want to build the world's most sophisticated new energy car, we must use the world's most sophisticated manufacturing technologies. If we want to build a new generation of autonomous vehicles, we must use the newest generation of autonomous production machinery. If we want to create an ultra-efficient and personalized car, we must be ultra-efficient and flexible in our manufacturing process."— — — — — —Can I use the word "precipice” to mean "cutting edge”?Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current EnglishLongman Dictionary of Contemporary English If OP takes the time and trouble to consult some dictionaries, it might become quite clear that , precipice often metaphorically describes something which is dangerous and causes disastrous consequences, and by no means suits the the occasion where the state-of-art computer technology would benefit all humans.Besides in the vanguard or at the forefront, which I think are perfect, I recommend pioneer with one of the definitions in OALD.e.g. They were pioneers in the field of microsurgery. You could say:— — — — — —What do you think is the cutting edge in engineering, if there is such, I am not familiar with the word, can you explain?Semiconductor manufacture certainly has a constant progression to finer and finer scales.Manufacturing engineering is making huge strides in additive manufacture, the grown-up version of 3-D printing. Turbine blades are being made of fused metal, with record levels of strength and lightness. The next challenge is hybrid addition - laying down composites of different materials in one pass.I recently watched a building in Germany being manufactured on site with moveable forms and steerable concrete depositors - essentially 4D printing a building.We have to get better at making energy. Safe nuclear power with low decommissioning costs; Fusion; renewables. Wind turbines are great, but we need to slash the maintenance costs.Climate engineering. We have ignored climate change too long, and will soon be forced into geoengineering, whether that be albedo reduction or carbon recovery. I see aluminium foil swarms being put into orbit in less than a decade. Ocean doping; desert reflectors or solar panels; artificial cloud nucleation— — — — — —where can i get a cutting edge penis skin graft?Everything you described sounds pretty normal. My hubby's does not have stretch marks but stretch marks are normal :).. And your penis does not need extra skin to grow more. It will reach whatever size it's going to be with the skin thats' already there. The skin where the ring was... Well it's going to be thinner than the rest, that's normal.. I would stay away from any unnessasary procedures other wise you could end up with scar tissue.— — — — — —What is the difference between oblique and orthogonal cutting?In orthogonal cutting, cutting force is always perpendicular to the cutting edge of tool.but in oblique cutting, cutting force is inclined to the cutting edge of the tool with an aqute angle.(i.e angle less than 90)Orthogonal cutting is known as two dimensional cutting and oblique cutting is known as three dimensional cutting. In orthogonal cutting chip moves normally outwards from chip tool interface whereas in oblique cutting chip moves always away from the chip tool interface at inclination angle.Higher power is required in orthogonal cutting than the oblique cutting— — — — — —When the AK-47 was introduced into the Soviet Armed Forces, was it cutting-edge technology?Howdy, The AK-47 was milled from a block of steel, the STG-44 was stamped metal. The AK-47 was until the AKM soldier proof, simple to use— — — — — —Cutting edge hi-tech culture or renegade loner of forgotten ruins?smokey grey skies, translucent water, shifting shadows, crumbling skylines. flip sides of the same coin. survival, breath, life, living on a moment. i've been both.— — — — — —What's the difference between a laserpointer and a cutting-edge laser?you can not shoot down a missle with a laser pointer. Well if you have like 3 million of them perhaps— — — — — —Cutting-Edge Mold Technologies Boost Customers’ ResultsWhy does the company have a focus on conformal cooling? How are your customers adapting to the idea and the benefits of it? William Cipkar Jr., Crest Mold Technology Inc. Technical Sales: Conformal cooling is something of a specialty, and we are giving significant attention to it as a value-added service for our customers, because we know it will help them reduce cycle times and improve part quality. It's something that a lot of people talk about but many do not implement. There is a lot of interest, but still a lot of hesitation. We are trying to get them to understand that it's not about added tooling cost, it's about increasing profits, reducing scrap and giving them more control over their entire process. It is more work on our end, but in the long run, it helps solidify our value as a supplier to our customer base. A recent example of how we are promoting the benefits of using conformal cooling involves a customer who needed a high-volume mold. The customer was going to buy a new, 1,800-ton injection molding machine to run the mold full time. If the volumes took off, it would need to order a second mold and purchase another 1,800-ton press. We told the customer that we can build molds that run twice as fast as normal tools by using conformal cooling, so it would only have to buy one mold and one press. That mold might cost 40-50 percent more, but the overall savings would be significant. Conformal cooling is not about throwing as much cold water through the mold as possible. It is about controlling the mold surface so that there is a uniform distribution of heat and a uniform ability to pull heat away so that the part does not warp. When a part cools unevenly, it starts twisting and warping. When it is possible to control that molding surface, it is possible to control the process and tune the part to where it needs to be. How else does Crest Mold create advantages for its customers? Cipkar: When it comes to creating advantages for our customers, we invest time and resources into new technologies like conformal cooling and hot/cold injection molding. These technologies are all for the betterment of the customer. Admittedly, these technologies do not make the tooling any easier or faster to build. In truth, they are more complex and take more time to manufacture. The customer sees the benefits from its improved cycle times or from the ability to eliminate a paint process, which sometimes carries very significant percentages in relation to the cost of the part. We do this to be an asset to our customers and to make our tooling a more effective capital investment. Sometimes people do not look at tooling as an investment, but when they sign up for a program to deliver hundreds of thousands of parts over the next four or five years, they are relying on the tooling to make that happen. We are putting that money to work for the customer. For example, with hot/cold paint elimination, there are sometimes big portions of the part cost that get invested in paint lines and the waste that the paint lines create. When we use a hot/cold process, we create an environment in the tool that enables the butadiene to rise to the surface and provide that high-gloss finish. (Currently, the best resins to use for this purpose are ABS resins, but there are Nylon resins in development as well.) Another great example is biodegradable materials, and I am referring to true bio materials, not those that are cut with resins. Hot/cold molding helps this process because bio resins do not have the same flow properties as petroleum resins, so having a hot tool enables the resin to flow more easily. In normal molding conditions without hot tools, it can be impossible to even fill a part. When hot plastic is shot into a mold that is as much as 100-200°F cooler than the plastic, the plastic cools immediately. As the plastic is pushed through the mold, it freezes and breaks. Forcing the plastic through like that inherently stresses the resin. By injecting the plastic into a tool that is effectively the same temperature of the hot plastic, the plastic can flow more easily, which reduces tonnage and in turn reduces wear on the press and on the mold itself. The result is a better molded part, because the resin is not as stressed from freezing while filling the part. Using a hot tool also reduces warpage, which creates more dimensionally stable parts. Additionally, Crest's involvement with the National Research Council and the Canada Makes Consortium keeps us updated on additive manufacturing and machine tool advancements, and it acquaints us with early users who are attempting to overcome the associated obstacles. We remain committed to offering our customers the best technologies available with the objective of providing the most suitable solution for each individual application.
List of Manuscripts in the Cotton Library
List of Manuscripts in the Cotton Library
List of manuscripts in the Cotton libraryThis is an incomplete list of some of the manuscripts from the Cotton library that today form the Cotton collection of the British Library. Some manuscripts were destroyed or damaged in a fire at Ashburnham House in 1731, and a few are kept in other libraries and collections. Robert Bruce Cotton organized his library in a room 26 feet (7.9 m) long by six feet wide filled with bookpresses, each with the bust of a figure from classical antiquity on top. Counterclockwise, these were Julius Caesar, Augustus, Cleopatra, Faustina, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. (Domitian had only one shelf, perhaps because it was over the door). In each press, each shelf was assigned a letter; manuscripts were identified by the bust over the press, the shelf letter, and the position of the manuscript (in Roman numerals) counting from the left side of the shelf. Thus, the Lindisfarne Gospels, Nero B.iv, was the fourth manuscript from the left on the second shelf (shelf B) of the press under the bust of Nero. For Domitian and Augustus, which had only one shelf each, the shelf letter was left out of the press-mark. The British Museum retained Cotton's press-marks when the Cotton collection became one of the foundational collections of its library, so manuscripts are still designated by library, bookpress, shelf, and number (even though they are no longer stored in that fashion). For example, the manuscript of Beowulf is designated Cotton MS Vitellius A.xv, and the manuscript of Pearl is Cotton MS Nero A.x.— — — — — —Significant manuscripts (with articles)Cotton Genesis, 4th or 5th century, heavily illustrated. Images copied before the original was mostly destroyed in the Cotton library fire in 1731, leaving only eighteen charred fragments. Ambrosian Iliad, 52 small images cut out in the Middle Ages from a 5th-century manuscript Old Testament fragment (Naples, Biblioteca Vittorio Emanuele III, I B 18), 5th-century Coptic fragment Rabbula Gospels, 6th-century Syriac gospel book Alexandrian World Chronicle, probably 6th-century fragmentary world history London Canon Tables, 6th-7th century fragment of a grand gospel book. Syriac Bible of Paris, 6th-7th century, much missing Vienna Dioscurides, early 6th-century medical text Naples Dioscurides, 7th century Paris Gregory, c. 880, a gift for the emperor Sacra Parallela, a 9th-century manuscript in Paris has 1,658 illustrations Chludov Psalter, 9th century, many small illustrations, some related to the controversy over Byzantine iconoclasm Paris Psalter, 10th-century luxury psalter with 14 full-page miniatures Joshua Roll, 10th century scroll with large illustrations of the story of Joshua Menologion of Basil II, c. 1000, 430 mostly half-page pictures Madrid Skylitzes, 12th century chronicle with 574 small miniatures, produced in Sicily, probably copying an older version— — — — — —ManuscriptsThe Kamasutra manuscripts have survived in many versions across the Indian subcontinent. While attempting to get a translation of the Sanskrit kama-sastra text Anangaranga that had already been widely translated by the Hindus in regional languages such as Marathi, associates of the British Orientalist Richard Burton stumbled into portions of the Kamasutra manuscript. They commissioned the Sanskrit scholar Bhagvanlal Indraji to locate a complete Kamasutra manuscript and translate it. Indraji collected variant manuscripts in libraries and temples of Varanasi, Kolkata and Jaipur. Burton published an edited English translation of these manuscripts, but not a critical edition of the Kamasutra in Sanskrit. According to S.C. Upadhyaya, known for his 1961 scholarly study and a more accurate translation of the Kamasutra, there are issues with the manuscripts that have survived and the text likely underwent revisions over time. This is confirmed by other 1st-millennium CE Hindu texts on kama that mention and cite the Kamasutra, but some of these quotations credited to the Kamasutra by these historic authors "are not to be found in the text of the Kamasutra" that have survived.— — — — — —Extant manuscripts with philosophical interestAll of Demarco's manuscripts are held at the National Library of Malta in Valletta, and still in their manuscript form. Though some interest in the man's activities and intellectual endeavours had always been kept alive amongst academics, little serious effort had ever been made to bring his scientific and philosophical accomplishments fully out in the open. The ones commented upon here are solely those which retain some philosophical interest. Of course, from a medical point of view all of his works would be relevant and worthy of thorough comprehension. All manuscripts are written in Demarco's typical minuscule, crammed and barely legible handwriting, which of course makes reading, transliteration, translation and study immensely difficult. This is one of the most pertinent reasons, amongst others, for which Demarco's intellectual enterprise remains unexplored completely unto this day. PhilosophyDe Logica (Concerning Logic; c. 1760) - A work in Latin (with unnumbered pages) which bears the subtitle Prlectiones Nonnull (A Few Instructions). It seems to have been intended as an introduction to logic for beginners. Atrium in Universam Physicam Experimentalem (An Introduction to Universal Experimental Physics; 1760) - This extant manuscript in Latin is incomplete and was left in draft form by Demarco himself. It is a commentary on the first book of Aristotle's De Naturalibus (On Natural Things) or, in other words, on his De Sensu et Sensato (On Sense and Sensibility) of his Parva Naturalia (Brief Comments on Natural Things). What brought Demarco to commence this commentary was a new publication issued at Avignon, France, of Aristotle's work. Varia (Miscellaneous; c. 1760) - Two Latin manuscripts which are together composed of 550 folios. They contain a colossal number of reflections in no order whatsoever. Herein Demarco simply jotted down any thought and musing as they came to mind. Very often is quite difficult to distinguish one from the other. At the end of the work, Demarco was considerate enough to include an index of contents. Obviously this was for his own use, as it is absolutely impossible to follow. Generalis Philosophi Atrium (A General Introduction to Philosophy; 1763) - The main idea of this manuscript in Latin is to provide a general introduction to what Demarco calls philosophi experimentalis (experimental philosophy) and all its divisions. The work has 43 chapters organised under 13 titles. The extant manuscript also includes marginal notes added by Demarco himself. The content deals with philosophy by respectively focusing on its qualifications; its structure; its objectives; its initial history; its history after classical times; its development; its academic divisions; the growth of its schools of thought; its main themes; its results; important Presocratic themes, and their meaning. The last title is reserved for some general comments concerning philosophy.Social philosophyEpistola Dedicatoria (A Memorial Missive; 1754) - Text of an open letter in Latin supposedly sent from Senglea, Malta, on January 12, 1754, to Don Josepho de Dueas, one of the Knights Hospitallers in Malta. The 15-folio long letter is certainly of a historical and literary value. However, also is interesting for the fact that it reveals some of Demarco's philosophical aptitudes. Delle Torture (Concerning Torture; c. 1750) - This manuscript in Italian had been left unfinished by Demarco himself. It is a very interesting study on the use of torture (common still in Demarco's day) from different angles. Nonetheless, Demarco stops short of expressing any moral pronouncement on the subject. Mannarino (Mannarino; 1773) - This is another open letter dedicated to a personality in Maltese history, Don Gaetano Mannarino. This priest was actually a contemporary of Demarco. From February 1773, he organised a group of fellow priests who, eventually, took up arms against Francisco Ximenes de Texada, the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitallers, in protest for retracting some of their rights and privileges. The actual revolt of the priests took place on September 9, 1775. Nonetheless, Demarco's letter was written on October 22, of two years earlier. It still addresses some of the presumed issued which were being brought forward by the priests. Typically (and revealingly), in his missive Demarco sides with the Grand Master's point of view, and admonishes Mannarino and his collaborators for being so unreasonable and unruly.PathologyFasti: Morborum Melitensis (A Record: Maltese Infirmities; 1763-87) - An interesting document in which Demarco progressively recorded his thoughts and reflections. The manuscript, which is composed of 296 folios, is reserved for observations concerning infirmities of the body and also of the soul. Some entries are of philosophical interest. The document opens with a Latin preface, and closes with a Latin epilogue and, finally, 50 aphorisms. Physiologie Cursus: Anatomico - meccanico - experimentalis (A Course in Physiology: Anatomical - mechanical - experimental; 1765) - A study in Latin which deals with various aspects of physiology. Though the mechanistic concept of the body and of creation is accepted as basic, Demarco produces some objections and discussions for the acknowledgement of its absolute validity. Patologicus Brevis Cursus (A Short Course in Pathology; 1774) - A work in Latin which goes into the nature of mental illnesses. The content is divided in 222 parts.Philosophical physiologyTractatus de Rabie (A Treatise concerning Rabies; c. 1742) - This Latin composition is made up of only 23 folios. The content, which does not include any internal divisions, was the work of a young Demarco probably before studying in France. It largely focuses on the nature of anger, especially from a physiological point of view. Nevertheless, Demarco also sees it fit to touch upon some philosophical themes here and then. Tractatus de Affectione (A Treatise on the Passions; 1764) - The main theme of this manuscript in Latin is the passions which overcome humans when their freedom of will becomes wanting. The work, which is made up of 76 folios, is divided in subtitles. At the end it includes an index of contents.ScienceTrattato della Trigonometria Piana (A Treatise concerning Standard Trigonometry; 1742) - The work bears the subtitle: Con un breve saggio della Geometria Practica (With a brief study concerning Practical Geometry). The manuscript is made up of 212 folios, and written in Italian. The content is divided in Explications, Definitions (meaning concepts), and Propositions (including examples). The work is basically about flat triangles as distinguishable from spherical triangles. Vulgaris Arithmetic Elementaris Theoria (A Common Theory of Elementary Arithmetic; c. 1742) - This manuscript in Latin is made up of 58 folios, and divided into subtitles. Demarco focuses respectively on algebra, numerics, addition, and other arithmetic functions. An effort seems to have been made to make such an abstract subject understandable by non-professionals. Trait de Physique (A Treatise concerning the Human Body; 1745) - Notes in French of a course given by Demarco at the University of Montpellier while terminating his studies there. The content is divided in Subtitles and Sections. Of course, it deals with various aspects of the physical constitution of human beings.
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