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(Image Source: The University of Rochester) BY GINA COOK ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN Text messaging with neutrinos? That’s what scientists are saying could be in our future now that they’ve sent a message through 780 feet of stone using the subatomic particles. Live Science explains the process of sending the message. “...researchers turned their neutrino beam on and off in the fashion of a binary system of 1's and 0's used by computers to encapsulate information... To make a 1, the scientists turned the neutrino beam on and let it send its signal to the detector. To make a zero, they stopped the beam, losing a pulse. Thus they were able to spell out ‘neutrino’ in a way that could be read by scientists at the detector.” Why do you care? Because neutrinos can travel through pretty much anything — and that could mean better, faster communication--without the use of satellites and wires. In The University of Rochester’s press release, a scientist says, “Using neutrinos, it would be possible to communicate between any two points on Earth without using satellites or cables. Neutrino communication systems would be much more complicated than today's systems, but may have important strategic uses.” And ZDNet says, “With their neutral electric charge and almost non-existent mass, neutrinos are not subject to magnetic attractions and are not significantly altered by gravity, so they are virtually free of any possible interference...” But Geekosystem says the capability of neutrinos to travel through anything might be a downfall. ‘Now that could be a double-edged sword if you’re in the market of trying to block signals and communication for whatever reason, but for most of us it would just be heavenly.” Scientists say they had to fire the neutrinos in large groups because only about 1 in 10 billion of the tiny particles are detected. One factor in their favor was that they used the world’s largest particle accelerator and underground neutrino detectors at the Fermi National Accelerator Lab outside of Chicago. A writer for Government Computer News says that’s why the technology won’t be practical for many more years. “Given the vastly increased complexity (and cost) of the infrastructure that would be necessary for this type of communication, don’t expect it to totally replace satellites any time soon. But this experiment is definitely a first step toward this end.” The State Column is already imagining the possibilities neutrino messages. “Neutrino communication could also have significant implications for the military. The ability to communicate messages over long distances through solid materials and liquids could be an important tool...” One of those tools being considered is using neutrinos for communicating through water to submarines, which the scientists say is hard to do with current technology.
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Bob Wiltfong (The Daily Show) discovers a terrifying secret about The Westside Eclectic Theater.
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Highlights from the last shooting day in Minos. The underground neutrino experiment tunnel at fermi lab. More information follows below --- What is Star Wars:Forgotten Realm? From the official production blog: *******liquidquicheproductions.blogspot**** Star Wars:Forgotten Realm is a set 7 years after the events of Revenge of the Sith. The Emperor has mandated the expansion of the Empire. The Rebellion is in it's infancy. Rebel spy Yari'el Loor has secured the plans to an Imperial invasion of an area of the galaxy known as the Proteus Cluster. She hires Jared Dunkin, a xeno-archaeologist, to deliver her to her contact on the planet Berrata Prime. The Empire forces the them to crash on an uncharted planet located in a nebula. A Jedi, Web Mallick, and detachment of clone troopers, stranded on the planet for 10 years, witness the crash and rescue Jared and Yari'el from Imperial troops. Once the Emperor learns of this, he sends Vader and the 501st to deal with the Jedi. Forgotten Realm is a 2 hour fan film that will air on FVTV in January of 2009. The cast and crew are very talented. We have a prop builder, two Productions Assistants, Director's Assistant, set designer, and costumer. The lead role of Yari'el Loor is played by Laura L. Crawford. Jim Kirkhoff plays archaeologist Jared Dunkin. Maxwell Monningh has taken on the role of Jedi Master Web Mallick. The young Princess Leia is played by Victoria L. Crawford. The 501st Legion has been instrumental is making this a reality. Darth Vader is played by Ted O'Sullivan. Numerous stormtroopers, TIE pilots, and officers have already been filmed. The script was written in 2005 and production began on January 2006. Production continues through 2007 and all of 2008 will be devoted to CG creation, rendering, compositing, and editing. Release is slated for January 2009. This film production is not associated with Lucasfilm, LTD.
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This lecture is on the excessive reactivity of neutrinos. In future lectures, I will show how antineutrinos catalyze nuclear fusion.
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*******www.movieclown**** In 2009, American geologist Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) travels to India to meet his friend Satnam, who has discovered that neutrinos from a massive solar flare have penetrated the Earth and are causing the temperature of its core to increase rapidly. Adrian returns to Washington D.C. to inform White House Chief of Staff Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt) and US President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover) that this will instigate a chain of events that will bring about the end of the world. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
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*******www.movieclown**** In 2009, American geologist Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) travels to India to meet his friend Satnam, who has discovered that neutrinos from a massive solar flare have penetrated the Earth and are causing the temperature of its core to increase rapidly. Adrian returns to Washington D.C. to inform White House Chief of Staff Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt) and US President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover) that this will instigate a chain of events that will bring about the end of the world. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
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*******www.movieclown**** In 2009, American geologist Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) travels to India to meet his friend Satnam, who has discovered that neutrinos from a massive solar flare have penetrated the Earth and are causing the temperature of its core to increase rapidly. Adrian returns to Washington D.C. to inform White House Chief of Staff Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt) and US President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover) that this will instigate a chain of events that will bring about the end of the world. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
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*******www.movieclown**** In 2009, American geologist Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) travels to India to meet his friend Satnam, who has discovered that neutrinos from a massive solar flare have penetrated the Earth and are causing the temperature of its core to increase rapidly. Adrian returns to Washington D.C. to inform White House Chief of Staff Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt) and US President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover) that this will instigate a chain of events that will bring about the end of the world. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
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In 2009, American geologist Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) travels to India to meet his friend Satnam, who has discovered that neutrinos from a massive solar flare have penetrated the Earth and are causing the temperature of its core to increase rapidly. Adrian returns to Washington D.C. to inform White House Chief of Staff Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt) and US President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover) that this will instigate a chain of events that will bring about the end of the world. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
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*******www.movieclown**** In 2009, American geologist Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) travels to India to meet his friend Satnam, who has discovered that neutrinos from a massive solar flare have penetrated the Earth and are causing the temperature of its core to increase rapidly. Adrian returns to Washington D.C. to inform White House Chief of Staff Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt) and US President Thomas Wilson (Danny Glover) that this will instigate a chain of events that will bring about the end of the world. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
25 Nov 2009
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