pdf24.orgAug 2020 Compare PDF files
Free online tool to compare PDF files. Shows differences of two PDFs files quickly. Easy to use. No installation. No registration. --
forbes.comAug 2020 Radiation And The Value Of A Human Life
The 63rd HPS meeting in Cleveland discussed, among other things, how much we are spending trying to adhere to absurdly-low radiation limits fostered upon society by the LNT, trying to save one theoretical life while not saving millions of real lives for the same amount of money. --
harvard.eduAug 2020 Edward J. Calabrese argues that Muller's LNT model is wrong.
In his Nobel Prize Lecture of December 12, 1946, Hermann J. Muller argued that the dose–response for radiation-induced germ cell mutations was linear and that there was ‘‘no escape from the conclusion that there is no threshold’’. However, assessment of correspondence between Muller and Curt Stern 1 month prior to his Nobel Prize Lecture reveals that Muller knew the results and implications of a recently completed study at the University of Rochester under the direction of Stern, which directly contradicted his Nobel Prize Lecture. This finding is of historical importance since Muller’s Nobel Lecture
gained considerable international attention and is a turning point in the acceptance of the linearity model in risk assessment for germ cell mutations and carcinogens. --
openlegendrpg.comAug 2020 Open Legend RPG
Open-source (FREE) RPG (Roleplaying Game) for any genre. Create heroes your system said you couldn't. Exploding dice drive epic stories. Freeform storytelling with strategic fun. --
reapermini.comAug 2020 Miniature Monk
I bought and painted this one. The metal is soft enough to let you cut off any parts you don't want with a small pair of snips. Painting is easy and makes a huge difference. --
about.comAug 2020 The Best RPGs for the iPad
A copmrehensive review of popular iPad role playing games. --
wnycstudios.orgAug 2020 Plant behaviour that is like thinking
Do you need a brain to think? And are plants much smarter than we give them credit for? Radiolab Podcast by Robert Krulwich. --
wixsite.comAug 2020 Salamander Tales
Salamander Tales comic by Claire Gary --
youtube.comAug 2020 No More Radiophobia!
Many people are afraid of radiation, but scientists make clear that radiation is not so dangerous. Therefore they argue for a relaxing of the safety limits. (LNT) --
theconversation.comAug 2020 Ideas from leading academics and researchers.
Curated by professional editors, The Conversation offers informed commentary and debate on the issues affecting our world. Plus a Plain English guide to the latest developments and discoveries from the university and research sector. --
flickr.comAug 2020 Biodiversity Heritage Library
The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. --
ellenmacarthurfoundation.orgAug 2020 Promoting a Circular Economy
The Ellen MacArthur (sailed around the world) Foundation works to inspire a generation to re-think, re-design and build a positive future circular economy. --
cbc.caAug 2020 CBC Radio: Cost of Living
The Cost of Living loves money -- how we make it, spend it, waste it and grow it. Come along with our host Paul Haavardsrud to discover how innocuous everyday decisions connect with the larger economy in ways big, small, good, bad, obvious and unseen. --
superuser.comJul 2020 PC waking up randomly
Why did my PC wake up by itself? What woke up my PC? Use [powercfg -lastwake] to find out. If it was svchost.exe UpdateOrchestrator the it's just windows updates. You can disable this via: Windows Update Settings > "Choose what updates to install". --
gallerygerard.comJul 2020 Gallery Gerard
The art studio, blog and gallery of Justin Gerard and Annie Stegg Gerard. They produce original paintings, narrative and fantasy illustrations and hand-made art. --
toronto.eduJul 2020 Reducing the Dimensionality of Data with Neural Networks
Geoffrey Hinton's 2006 Science Paper that triggered the "deep learning" revolution. Suggested by MikeO.
If you are serious this is what you should do:
a. Learn plenty of linear algebra
b. Learn how to program GPUs using CUDA and OpenCL.
c. Learn basic theory, like backprop and autoencoders.
d. Write some code, read some books, write more code. --
youtube.comJul 2020 MIT AI Introduction
MIT 6.034 Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2010, Instructor: Patrick Winston. Suggested by MikeO. --