I know Vi Hart discussed it, but she may have not been the first to entertain the idea. Not sure. The question is do they digits of pi contain copies of hamlet? Yes, yes they do. Not just copies of…

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I know Vi Hart discussed it, but she may have not been the first to entertain the idea. Not sure. The question is do they digits of pi contain copies of hamlet? Yes, yes they do. Not just copies of…

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Posted in computing, Electronics and Engineering, Physics and Mathematics, Stuff

For this article we regard ALL prices in crypto-crypto units, and unless otherwise noted, denominated in units of BTC. Therefore bitcoin costs 1, LTC (today) costs ~.009 BTC/LTC, etc… I have noticed there is a way to burn bitcoin in order…

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Posted in Bitcoin, Electronics and Engineering, Physics and Mathematics, Stuff

This blog post is a glorified (with some images and minor changes) copy pasta of my post on /r/cryptomarkets. LTC – how low can it go? It might be time to take a shot with LTC for a potential bitcoin…

If you write “fail” as 0x0FA11, not fail becomes 0xF05EE..or “foresee!” It’s fun to try and write words in hex, like “deadbeef” of “cafebabe.” If we allow ourselves certain 1337 notations for letters, we can write even more words as…

Introduction This is a full description of a situation often encountered by scientists in the process of fabrication of the NMR probe. The analysis requires some tedious complex algebra, a bit of circuit theory, and enforces a matching condition. I…

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If you have any questions about this process, you can contact me with the form below! Happy mining. In general, the profit margin for miners becomes slimmer through time as the competition to break into…

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Posted in Bitcoin, Electronics and Engineering, Physics and Mathematics, Stuff

An “organized” source is being built here – Help out: https://github.com/Altoidnerd/Mathematica-Synth A picture says a thousand words…so here is the tarball of code fragments: http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~majewski/Mathematica-Synth.tar.gz 4b1e206b50f68dfa0fb464eb0d06116c Mathematica-Synth.tar.gz Video example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUSGOjjfURc

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Locating pure NQR spectra precisely would in many cases clarify NMR studies. Furthermore NQR is indicative of internal field geometry in solids and is thus useful in the identification of quantum phase transitions. The pursuit of pure NQR is difficult however…

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Posted in Electronics and Engineering, Physics and Mathematics, Stuff

I grab the data from coinmarketcap.com and look at plots of the logarithm of the vector of market caps. It looks kinda like this. http://i.imgur.com/TFwe5lD.png [1] Then I zoom in on sections and look for deviation from linearity, kinda like…