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Extech HD300-NIST Thermo-Anemometer with Nist

Reviews Extech HD300-NIST Thermo-Anemometer with Nist for sale

Please take a few moments to view the Extech HD300-NIST Thermo-Anemometer with Nist. deals, in order to get an idea about the top quality and features of this product item. 70 more words

My Metric System Demo at the Los Alamos Science Fest

On Saturday I spent four hours talking up the metric system at the Science Festival here in Los Alamos. Specifically, I was trying to help people understand how much easier the metric system is to use in the kitchen. 654 more words

Metric System

A Cloud Computing Primer, Part 2 -- classes of clouds

Last post I discussed the essential characteristics of cloud computing. This time, let’s discuss the types of cloud. In general, there are 3 types of cloud services: 619 more words

Fit For Purpose

JILA Team Finds First Direct Evidence of 'Spin Symmetry' In Atoms: NIST Tech

Just as diamonds with perfect symmetry may be unusually brilliant jewels, the quantum world has a symmetrical splendor of high scientific value.

Confirming this exotic quantum physics theory, JILA physicists led by theorist Ana Maria Rey and experimentalist Jun Ye have observed the first direct evidence of symmetry in the magnetic properties—or nuclear “spins”—of atoms. 767 more words


Secure at any IoT deed

In his classic book, “Unsafe at Any Speed,” Ralph Nader assailed the auto industry and their approach to styling and cost efficiency at the expense of safety during the 1960s. 712 more words

Engineering Perspectives

A Cloud Computing Primer -- Cumulo-nimbus or stratus?

In prior posts, I have discussed fit for purpose and selecting the right IT tool for the job depending on the non-functional requirements that an infrastructure needs to provide. 380 more words

Fit For Purpose

The Feynman Lectures on Physics now online

The lectures of Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman were legendary. They are most famously preserved in The Feynman Lectures. The three-volume set may be the most popular collection of physics books ever written, and now… 183 more words