‘Damn Simple' Tiny House Costs Just $1,200 To Build Yourself. (Photo Credit: Relaxshacks) If you thought you could never live in a tiny house, think again.
This tiny A-frame cabin is just 80 square feet at its base, but it packs a totally livable punch. Inside, there’s a bed, storage space, sink, mini-fridge and overhead loft. Open up the roof extension, and you’ve got an outdoor sleeping porch (complete with another bed and a mosquito net covering, of course). The best part is that you can build it yourself: The plans are sold online for $29.95. “The impetus for the design was to keep things damn simple and very affordable,” he told HuffPost. And they surely are.
Courtesy of Relax Shacks Courtesy of Relax Shacks Courtesy of Relax Shacks Courtesy of Relax Shacks Courtesy of Relax Shacks Pender Island Tiny House Treehouse Geoff de Ruiter designed and built this tiny home treehouse on Pender Island in British Columbia. Geoff de Ruiter. Slashdot. Layzej writes from a report via Ars Technica: In 2015, NOAA released version 4 of their marine temperature dataset called ERSST.
The new dataset accounted for a known cooling bias introduced when ocean temperature measurements transitioned from being taken in ship engine intake valves to buoy-based measurements. The warming of the last couple decades increased ever so slightly in NOAA's new analysis. This was a red flag for U.S. House Science Committee Chair Lamar Smith (R-TX), who rejects the conclusions of climate science -- like the fact that the Earth's climate is warming. Suddenly he wanted to see the researchers' e-mails and echoed the accusations of contrarian blogs about scientists' supposedly nefarious adjustments to sea surface temperature measurements. Open source math and numerical computing tools. For many students in mathematics, physical sciences, engineering, economics, and other fields with a heavy numeric component, MATLAB is their first introduction to programming or scientific computing in general.
It can be a good tool for learning, although in my experience many of the things that students and researchers alike use MATLAB for are not particularly demanding calculations that easily could be conducted with any number of basic scripting tools, with or without statistical or math-oriented packages. However, it does have a near ubiquity in many academic settings, bringing with it a large community of users familiar with the the language, plugins, and capabilities in general. But MATLAB is a proprietary tool. Without access to its source code, you are limited in how you can truly understand how it works, and how you can modify it. Fortunately, there are many great open source alternatives.
GNU Octave. My WATCH runs GNU/Linux And It Is Amazing – LearntEmail. In 2015, I found myself becoming a very independent smart-watch reviewer.
Due to some lucky conditions, I ended up with a free LG Watch Urbane. It was very snazzy, but I just didn't get the point of smartwatches. One day in 2016, I forgot to put it on. From then on I realized that smartwatches were just a fad (for me at least), and this was a device I could experiment with. How can I experiment with a smartwatch? Then I found Asteroid OS: Hacking? 3-2-1 FastBoot The contributors to Asteroid OS have done an amazing job with the install process. The Asteroid OS image is a whopping 414 Mb. Wow! Back to reality, the download finished and it copied itself to my watch. The moment of truth! Enter Asteroid - My 1st Wayland Device Here's the sad thing; on my laptop, I still am running the bloated, legacy X11 display server.
Icists detect exotic looped trajectories of light in three-slit experiment. (Phys.org)—Physicists have performed a variation of the famous 200-year-old double-slit experiment that, for the first time, involves "exotic looped trajectories" of photons.
These photons travel forward through one slit, then loop around and travel back through another slit, and then sometimes loop around again and travel forward through a third slit. Interestingly, the contribution of these looped trajectories to the overall interference pattern leads to an apparent deviation from the usual form of the superposition principle. This apparent deviation can be understood as an incorrect application of the superposition principle—once the additional interference between looped and straight trajectories is accounted for, the superposition can be correctly applied. The team of physicists, led by Omar S. Magaña-Loaiza and Israel De Leon, has published a paper on the new experiment in a recent issue of Nature Communications.
Loops of light. Gizmodo. Why Did The Vatican Remove 14 Books From The Bible in 1684? - ORGANIC AND HEALTHY. The Vatican church, or the Roman Catholic church, has a long history of corruption and deception.
Aside from literally committing acts of outright genocide several centuries ago against the Cathars, to sexually abusing children in more modern times, it is certainly one of the most corrupt organizations in history. In the year 1611 the Bible was translated from Latin into English. Back then the Bible contained a total of 80 books and the last 14 books, which today have been excluded, made up the end of the Old Testament and were as follows: