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          Purpose-Built Backup Appliance (PBBA) Market Predicted to Expand at a CAGR of 9.3% During Forecast Period      Cache   Translate Page      

Purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) is a disk-based solution which is used for backup data and specifically data coming from a backup application. Purpose-built backup appliances are deployed in standalone configurations. PBBA are designed to improve the backup process by decreasing backup and recovery windows across multiple applications and operating platforms.

Albany City, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/12/2019 -- A new report titled "Purpose-built Backup Appliance Market Predicted to Expand at a CAGR of 9.3% during Forecast Period" has been included in the enormous research repository of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) that compiles various facets of the Purpose-built Backup Appliance market at a global level portraying a holistic analysis of the marketplace along with intelligence on key participants. The report covers an unbiased analysis on various market aspects, emphasizing major trends giving direction to the market, key opportunities paving new growth avenues, key drivers pushing the market's growth and challenges and restraints hindering the market for Purpose-built Backup Appliance across the globe.

The global market for purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) has been segmented on the basis of system, component, enterprise size, industry vertical, and region. Based on system, the market has been segmented into open and mainframe. In terms of component, the PBBA market is bifurcated into product type, software, and professional services. The product type component is further divided into virtual appliances and physical appliances. Professional services are sub-segmented into installation and integration, and support and maintenance. In terms of enterprise size, the market is bifurcatedinto small & medium enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises. The market is segmented based on industry vertical into BFSI (Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance), telecom and IT, government, healthcare, education, manufacturing, travel and hospitality, energy and utility, and others (retail, media and entertainment, etc.).

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The report also highlights the competitive landscape of the global purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market, positioning all the major players according to their presence in different regions of the world and recent key developments initiated by them in the industry. The comprehensive purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market estimates are the result of our in-depth secondary research, primary interviews, and in-house expert panel reviews. These market estimates have been analyzed by taking into account the impact of different political, social, economic, and technological factors along with the current market dynamics affecting the purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market growth.

This report provides all the essential information required to understand the key developments in the purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market, and growth trends of each segment and region. It includesstrategies of companies, financial information, SWOT analysis, and developmentsunder the company profile section. The report also provides insights related to trends and their impact on the market. Furthermore, Porter's Five Forces analysis explains the five forces, namely buyers bargaining power, suppliers bargaining power, threat of new entrants, threat of substitutes, and degree of competition in the purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market.The report also provides a comprehensiveecosystem analysis for thepurpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market. It explains the various participants including software &third-party vendors, system integrators, and distribution channels within the value chain operating in the market.

The research methodology is a perfect combination of primary research, secondary research, and expert panel reviews. Secondary research sources such as annual reports, company websites, broker reports, financial reports and investor presentations, national government documents, internal and external proprietary databases, statistical databases, relevant patent and regulatory databases, market reports, government publications, World Bank database, and industry white papers are referred.

Primary research involves telephonic interviews, e-mail interactions, and face-to-face interviews for detailed and unbiased reviews on the purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market across geographies. Primary interviews are usually conducted on an ongoing basis with industry expertsand participants in order to get the latest market insights and validate the existing data and analysis. Primary interviews offer first hand information on important factors such as market trends, market size, competitive landscape, growth trends, and outlook. These factors help to validate and strengthen secondary research findings and also help to develop the analysis team's expertise and market understanding. Moreover, the data collected and analyzed from secondary and primary research is again discussed and examined by our expert panel.

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The global purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market report provides company market share analysis of various key participants. Some of the key players profiled in the report include Dell Inc., (EMC Corporation), IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, Fujitsu Limited, CommVault Systems, Inc., Barracuda Network Inc. (Thoma Bravo, LLC), Symantec Corporation, Hitachi Vantara Corporation, NetApp, Inc., and Quantum Corporation.

The purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) market has been segmented as below:

Market Segmentation: GlobalPurpose-built Backup Appliance (PBBA) Market

By System

Open

Mainframe

By Component

Product Type

Virtual Appliance

Physical Appliance

Software

Professional Services

Installation and Integration

Support and Maintenance

By Enterprise Size

Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

Large Enterprises

By Industry Vertical

BFSI (Banking, Financial, Services and Insurance)

Telecom and IT

Government

Healthcare

Education

Manufacturing

Travel and Hospitality

Energy and Utility

Others (Retail, Media and Entertainment etc.)

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          DEIPHAGO apresenta o segundo single de 'I, The Devil'      Cache   Translate Page      

No dia 30 de abril de 2019 a gravadora Hells Headbangers Records lançará o quinto álbum de estúdio da DEIPHAGO, com o título de 'I, The Devil'. O álbum foi gravado no Godcity Studios com o produtor Kurt Ballou (Converge), a masterização ficou nas mão de Brad Boatright (Audiosiege) e a capa assinada pelo lendário desenhista Joe Petagno (Motorhead, Krisiun, Autopsy, Marduk, Pink Floyd).

Nesta semana foi extraído o segundo single de 'I, The Devil', a faixa '11:4:6'. A primeira música divulgada do disco foi 'Deus Alienus', ouças as músicas abaixo:



Tracklist:
01. Intro: Decimation
02. Quantum Death
03. Neuro-Satanic Circuit
04. 11:4:6
05. Deus Alienus
06. Chaos Protocols
07. Anti-Cosmic Trigger
08. I, The Devil 

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Open Game License [BUNDLE]Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
This very special 73% off bundle contains 25 Skirmisher Publishing OGL titles, including its just-released "Spontaneous Generation Monsters," its Platinum bestselling "Experts"; its "Men & Monsters of Polynesia," "Noble Wild," "Insults & Injuries," "Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars," "Mutant Plant Monsters," and "Moat Monsters" sourcebooks; three "Six Spells" collections; and lots more.

The Noble Wild
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A 2008 ENnie Award Nominee! This exciting book introduces comprehensive rules for playing intelligent animals in a wide variety of game settings and situations. It will be popular with everyone from groups that want to try all-animal or mixed animal/humanoid parties, to players who want to expand the options for their animal companions and familiars, to game masters who are looking for interesting and unexpected foes to run against their players. Features of this "Animal Player’s Handbook" include: Statistics for more than 60 playable species of noble animal; Modifications and additions to existing classes, skills, and feats appropriate to animal characters; A new basic character class, the Greater Familiar; Eight new Prestige Classes, including the Man-Eater a...

'Noble Wild' Character Sheets
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This is a free accessory for the The Noble Wild, Skirmisher Publishing's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook." Custom features of this four-page set of character sheets include spaces for rules innovations like Boons and Deeds, as well as types of attacks and damage characteristic of animals. They have been formatted specifically for use with the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild but are also suitable for use with the OGL edition of The Noble Wild. ...

Adventures in Wonderland: A Sourcebook for OGL Roleplaying Games
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Welcome to Wonderland, a strange, sometimes creepy alternate world that incorporates aspects of a fairytale land, the elements of children's nightmares, and a demi-plane of chaos! This OGL sourcebook is inspired by the works of Lewis Carroll, including his Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and a number of poems. It includes: * More than 20 monsters and NPCs native to Wonderland. * Chapters of Wonderland Skills, Feats, Spells, and Magic Items. * A Wonderland Gazeteer * Wonderland Adventure Hooks * Tables for selecting Random Wonderland Items...

Claws of the Sirocco ('Noble Wild' Bonus Content)
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This download includes “Claws of the Sirocco” a bonus Deed for Skirmisher Publishing’s The Noble Wild, an “Animal Player’s Handbook” for the OGL system games. Deeds are magical abilities acquired by animal characters through the performance of heroic actions. ...

Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars: Shadows of a Dying World (An OGL Guide to Monsters, Races, and Beasts)
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Set on the red planet not as it exists, but as people at the turn of the 20th century thought it might be, Shadows of a Dying World is drawn from the Mars series of Edgar Rice Burroughs and presents creatures from his world in game terms. Its contents are compatible with any games that use the OGL system and can be inserted into them in whole or in part.  On this Mars, elegant city-states rise along the banks of world-spanning canals, luxurious airships ply the thin atmosphere, feisty princesses and feckless nobles are menaced by killers of the drear dried-up sea-beds, and skilled swordsmen defend dynasties that have ruled for aeons. Despite both wondrous technology and mysterious mental abilities developed beyond the comprehension of Earthlings, however, the most farsighte...

Experts v.3.5
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Experts v.3.5 takes the concept of the Expert non-player-character class briefly described in the Dungeon Master’s Guide and gives it unprecedented depth and playability. This 176-page book includes: * More than 30 fully detailed Expert types, including the Alchemist, Blacksmith, Courtesan, Merchant, Miner, Navigator, Physician, Sage, Sailor, and Weaponmaker. * The Specialist, a new basic character class that players can use to create versatile “adventuring Experts” of any sort. * Guild Master, Militia Leader, and Spellcrafter prestige classes, the latter of which can allow Experts, Specialists, and other characters to gain specialized magical abilities that they can use to enhance their mundane abilities. * More than 100 skills, incl...

Gnoll Crocuta Spells: A Supplement to ‘Tests of Skill’
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The Gnoll Crocuta is a highly detailed, 10-level OGL v.3.5 prestige class that is presented in the Skirmisher Publishing adventure sourcebook Tests of Skill. This publication has been created both for use by owners of that publication and by people who might enjoy introducing some of the often-dark spells available to Crocutaea into their own campaigns. It contains 13 new spells, all of which originally appeared in Skirmisher’s OGL book Warriors but which have been updated and revised here. Tests of Skill is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded version of the innovative OGL adventure module and sourcebook originally released as a version 3.0 publication and intended as a companion volume to Experts v.3.5<...

Insults & Injuries: A Role-Playing Game Sourcebook for Medical Maladies
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You have never read a game book quite like this one! Written by a practicing medical doctor, Insults & Injuries presents real world illnesses in OGL 3.5 system game terms. Why afflict characters with “filth fever” when you can give them rabies, the black plague, or the flu? Within this sourcebook, you will find dozens of sicknesses that your players already know and fear in a format that allows them to be easily and realistically brought into your games. You will also find expanded rules for more effective non-magical healing. This detailed book is divided into an introduction, 13 chapters, and five appendices and includes: * Rules for more than 50 diseases and disorders, their game effects, and how they can be treated by both mundane and magical means. * A ...

Men & Monsters of Polynesia
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One of the most fascinating regions of our own world is most assuredly Polynesia, a vast triangular area in the Pacific Ocean that encompasses Hawaii, New Zealand, Easter Island, Samoa, and Tahiti. This area is home to numerous creatures and beings that can be readily adapted for use in role-playing games and used either in conjunction with campaigns that have a South Seas flavor or as part of one-off encounters.  This sourcebook contains descriptions and game stats for more than a dozen monsters from this huge, varied region and notes on existing monsters that might also be encountered within it. It includes both actual creatures and those derived from myths, legends, folklore, reports from explorers, and other sources, and is inspired by the author’s personal adventures and...

Moat Monsters: A Sourcebook for OGL RPGs
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In most fantasy settings, castles and cities are vital components of civilization, and many of these rely on moats for defense. These large ditches are usually filled with water and meant to stop attackers from reaching the outer walls. Although this tactic was successful in real world history, traditional moats are not as effective in fantasy worlds because of the existence of magic. To counter this and thwart fantasy-world invaders, moats could be filled with different materials and energies, or even populated with monsters.  This sourcebook contains 20 monsters specifically designed to be ideal for occupying moats and enhancing their natural functions, along with ideas on other ways moats can be made more lethal first lines of defense for fortifications. Monsters in it are stat'...

Mutant Plant Monsters
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It is possible to use plant creatures much more effectively than usual by using some real plant biology in conjunction with new mutations, and this publication shows how to do that.  “Mutant Plant Monsters” includes 80 plant mutations, discussions of plant strengths and weaknesses, and six sample monsters that demonstrate how to use the various elements that appear in this sourcebook.  Material in this publication was written specifically for the Mutant Future retroclone of Gamma World and can be used as-is with it and any other sci-fi, fantasy, or post-apocalyptic games that use the "Basic" version of the OGL system, and easily adapted to other games using the same core rules. It was written by prolific game developer Derek Holland. ...

New Golems of the Labyrinth
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Of all the creatures found guarding hoards of lost treasure, Golems — constructs created by powerful spell casters from specific sorts of materials — are among the most interesting and dangerous. Some might even constitute treasure in and of themselves.  Golems crafted from materials like clay, flesh, stone, iron, amber, bone, bronze, and wood are familiar to the players of OGL-based games, but they represent just a narrow glimpse of the possibilities for such creatures. This mini-sourcebook contains 10 new sorts of Golems, all of them are very different from the basic models and some of them pretty weird, that GMs may find useful in making their campaigns more interesting and unpredictable. They include the Cerebral, Ectoplasm, Flesh-and-Blood, Gas ...

Noble Animal Spell Lists
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This free download includes complete replacement spell lists for the various character classes customized for use with the bestselling Noble Wild “Animal Player’s Handbook,” which was nominated for an ENnie award in the “Best Monster or Adversary” category. In addition to old spells that function as normal, the lists in this supplement also include both existing spells that have been added to a particular spellcaster list or had their levels adjusted for noble animal characters, and the new spells that are fully described in The Noble Wild chapter on Magic and Spells.  This free supplement has been created for use with the OGL edition of the Noble Wild but can also be easily used in conjunction with the Pathfind...

Nuisances: Director's Cut
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FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY Nuisances: Director’s Cut is unlike any other fantasy RPG sourcebook! It is a tribute to the early years of fantasy roleplaying games, a parody of the current state of the genre, a guide to an alternate and more fun style of play, a manual for keeping cocky and annoying players off balance, and a poignant philosophical expression of the post-modern, 21st century worldview. It includes: * Hundreds of aggravating and awful and things that can happen to players! * Scores of defective items! * Unfortunate NPC personality traits! * Many, many random d100, d12, and other Random Tables! * 49 unsavory Feats, as well as a section on Subtypes! * 59 character Defects! * Rules on glasses and problems associated with wearing them! * 31 cursed and ...

Prickly Customers: Porcupine & Hedgehog PCs for 'The Noble Wild'
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This download contains free bonus content for the "The Noble Wild," Skirmisher Publishing's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook," including two new player character species/classes, the Hedgehog and Porcupine, a new deed tree, and a new spell!  This material has been formatted specifically for use with the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild but is also easily used with the OGL edition of The Noble Wild. ...

Quantum Flux: Unique Superscience Artifacts
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With his second law, that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” Arthur C. Clarke articulated a concept that could have been a shadowy undercurrent in the wider consciousness for centuries, possibly even millennia. All the items in this book were designed with two ideas in mind: they were created using Ancient technology so advanced that it seems like magic and they’ve gone through Hell since the apocalypse. Damaged, jury-rigged, infested with nanites and parasites, warped by energy, rebuilt by insane machines — these are the kinds of changes that make these artifacts dangerous, unpredictable, and, above all, unique. Quantum Flux contains 86 unique superscience artifacts suitable for use in any modern, sci-fi, or post-apoca...

Six Spells: Festivities
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This title contains six spells related to festivities, celebrations, and holidays! They are formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Six Spells: Festivities
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Many games focus solely on the combat aspects of magic, but in a fantasy world such powers can do almost anything. Spellcasters from more peaceful magical traditions might specialize in promoting health and the social good, often using the six spells described in this publication to enliven harvest festivals and other celebrations (but crafty players could, of course, use them in many situations). "Six Spells: Festivities" is stat'ed for the "Basic version of the d20/OGL game system and can be used as-is or easily adapted for any RPGs using the same core rules. ...

Six Spells: Lizardfolk
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Lizardfolk are a primitive swamp-dwelling people that are considered to be more in touch with nature than most of the other humanoid races. Their shamans have, accordingly, developed a number of useful spells to help them survive and thrive in an environment that most consider hostile. This title contains six spells formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Six Spells: Monster-Making
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This title contains six spells related to studying, altering, and creating creatures. They are formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Spontaneous Generation Monsters
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Spontaneous generation, the idea that life can arise from non-living matter, is one of several obsolete biological concepts that can be used in fantasy games to provide a storyteller with more options for monster and setting design. This concept can include living creatures that, by modern definition, are not biological, such as those made of glass or metal. There are at least three forms of spontaneous generation and these are all covered in this mini-sourcebook. Happenstance due to magical laws is the first and the most similar to the historical definition of spontaneous generation. Alchemy is the use of natural laws to create creatures through spontaneous generation by mortals. Divine intervention involves creation of monsters when circumstances fit the requirements dictated by a god...

Tests of Skill v.3.5: An OGL Adventure and Sourcebook
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Tests of Skill v.3.5 is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded version of the innovative OGL adventure module and sourcebook originally released as a version 3.0 publication and intended as a companion volume to Experts v.3.5. This edition has been expanded by 24 pages, had its character and monster stats corrected and revised, and had added to it one new encounter, one new scenario, one new scenario outline, a section on Defects and how to use them in the game, and numerous other elements. It is intended to be enjoyed both by people familiar with the previous version and those completely new to it. Tests of Skill v.3.5 is designed to entertain and challenge players through scenarios and encounters that can be overcome optimally through role-playing, skill use, a...

The Jester Dragon's Guide to Defects
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Even as characters can have Feats that give them particular aptitudes and enhance their various skills and capabilities, so too can they suffer from Defects that negatively affect their ability to function. Such Defects can be used to make games more fun and unpredictable, and even more plausible. The Jester Dragon’s Guide to Defects is a complete sourcebook that details hundreds of character flaws, mental disorders, physical abnormalities, medical conditions, and outright quirks that DMs and players can use to liven up their characters and campaigns. This book contains: * More than 230 Defects, from minor faults to fatal flaws. * Defects appropriate for any genre, including High Fantasy, Swords-and-Sorcery, and Space Opera. * Innovative “Metagame” Defects...

Updated Animal Familiars: An OGL Supplement Inspired by ‘The Noble Wild’ Animal Player’s Handbook
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This booklet is dedicated to expanding the options for familiars available to arcane spellcasters like Sorcerors and Wizards and is inspired by a number of the concepts introduced in Skirmisher Publishing LLC’s ENnie-nominated The Noble Wild. This book, an “Animal Player’s Handbook,” presents a detailed system for incorporating viable animal characters into a either traditional or animal-oriented OGL campaign. Some of the material in this publication was developed as addenda to The Noble Wild and some of it appears in the current edition of that book. Collectively, however, this material has applications that can be applied outside of the system presented in The Noble Wild. And so, we have created Updated Animal Familiars as a means bo...

Warriors: A Comprehensive OGL Sourcebook for Fantasy Role-Playing Games
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Warriors is a comprehensive OGL sourcebook for fantasy role-playing games that expands upon the description of the Warrior class in the Dungeon Master’s Guide. It is an invaluable resource both for game masters who want to expand the variety and realism of combat encounters and martial non-player characters and for players who want to enhance the military and combat capabilities of their own characters. Features include: 16 military prestige classes, including the Aerial Cavalryman, Charioteer, Combat Engineer, Executioner, Marine, Mechanist Infantry, Mountaineer, and Sheriff. More than 30 military subtypes, including archers, artillerists, cavalrymen, beast handlers, infantrymen, medics, pathfinders, peasant levies, and templars. Nine non-military subtypes, ...

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          PEMBERTON, Daniel - Spider Man: Into The Spider Verse (Soundtrack) (Sony BMG) gatefold picture disc 2xLP with obi-strip      Cache   Translate Page      
Title: Spider Man: Into The Spider Verse (Soundtrack)
Artist: PEMBERTON, Daniel
Label: Sony BMG
Format: gatefold picture disc 2xLP with obi-strip

Track listing:
MP3 Sample Into The Spider-Verse
MP3 Sample Only One Spider-Man
MP3 Sample Visions Brooklyn 1, 2, 3
MP3 Sample Security Guard
MP3 Sample Comic Book
MP3 Sample Green Goblin Fight
MP3 Sample The Amazing Spider-Man
MP3 Sample The Collider
MP3 Sample Destiny
MP3 Sample Escape The Subway
MP3 Sample Mi Amor
MP3 Sample Spider Training
MP3 Sample Rest In Peace
MP3 Sample My Name Is...Peter B Parker
MP3 Sample For The Love Of MJ
MP3 Sample Peter Enters The Spider-Verse
MP3 Sample Cemetery Splat
MP3 Sample Catch The S Train
MP3 Sample Quantum Physics
MP3 Sample Gimme The Goober
MP3 Sample Alchemax Infiltration Plan
MP3 Sample Alchemax Arrival
MP3 Sample Spider-Man Science
MP3 Sample Take The Computer & Run
MP3 Sample Are You Ready To Swing?
MP3 Sample Kingpin Clicks
MP3 Sample Aunt May & The Spider-Shed
MP3 Sample The Prowler
MP3 Sample Breakdown The House
MP3 Sample And Tear Off The Roof
MP3 Sample On Your Way
MP3 Sample The Team Leaves
MP3 Sample Spider-Team Mission
MP3 Sample Suicide Squad
MP3 Sample Miles Morales Returns
MP3 Sample Saying Goodbye
MP3 Sample Shut It Down
MP3 Sample Kingpin Fight
MP3 Sample Shoulder Touch
MP3 Sample Aftermath
MP3 Sample Spider-Man Loves You

          How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Science      Cache   Translate Page      
The latest AI algorithms are probing the evolution of galaxies, calculating quantum wave functions, discovering new chemical compounds and more. Is there anything that scientists do that can't be automated?
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Если вы любите качественные шутеры от третьего лица с крутым сюжетом, то вы наверняка сталкивались с творчеством студии Remedy. Эти финские разработчики давно зарекомендовали себя своими Max Payne, Alan Wake и Quantum Break, и сейчас они готовят новую игру – Control. Как сообщили Remedy, фанаты могут ожидать выхода Control уже этим летом. Это первое релизное окно,
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          Can artificial intelligence solve the mysteries of quantum physics?      Cache   Translate Page      
(The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) A new study published in Physical Review Letters by Prof. Shashua's computer science doctoral students at Hebrew University has demonstrated mathematically that algorithms based on deep neural networks can be applied to better understand the world of quantum physics, as well.
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  1. New Quantum Physics Experiment Suggests That Reality Isn't Objective  ScienceAlert
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GuestDo You QuantumThink? heralds new thinking for a new millennium. Dr Jenn chats with her guest Dianne Collins, a powerful motivational thought leader of our time. Do You QuantumThink? asserts that the human race is at a critical juncture in its development and it is our collective responsibility to evolve our thought process or face the consequences. Ms. Collins explains that our thinking has not evolved past an 'Industrial Age' paradigm rooted in a mechanical world view. Einstein's relativity ...
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Mozilla is reportedly working on a new mobile web browser for Android dubbed Firefox Fenix that will fundamentally change how users manage tabs. According to information based on mockups and development versions of Fenix obtained by gHacks, Mozilla based the browser on Android Components and its GeckoView — a version of the Firefox Quantum engine...

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          Scientists have built a ‘time machine’ in experiment which defies the laws of physics      Cache   Translate Page      
SCIENTISTS have built the world’s first time machine — sort of. Working with electrons in the bizarre realm of quantum mechanics, they first created the equivalent of a break for a game of pool. The “balls” scattered and, according to the laws of physics, should have appeared to split in a haphazard way. But researchers […]
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          Architecture Analyst - Quantum Research International, Inc. - Hanscom AFB, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Works with the CIO, IT Managers and Project Managers to ensure the architecture as a whole is appropriately linked, being leveraged to maximum benefit and ready...
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          Quantum Dots Are Tuned to Build IR Camera Cheaply, Efficiently      Cache   Translate Page      
To build an inexpensive IR camera, scientists at the University of Chicago leveraged the wide spectral tunability of colloidal quantum dots (CQDs), tweaking the CQDs to develop a formula to detect sho ... - Source: www.photonics.com
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Volkswagen ID hatch
The Volkswagen ID hatch will launch later this year
Group will now launch almost 70 full electric models by 2030, and says they will comprise around 40% of total vehicle sales

Volkswagen Group say it wants to sell 22 million fully-electric vehicles over the next ten years and has 70 different models in the pipeline, up from the 50 models it had previously planned.

The VW Group, whose brands include Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Seat, Skoda, Porsche and Volkswagen, had set the initial target of 50 EVs by 2030 as part of its 2017 ‘Roadmap E’ initiative. It now says that, by 2025, VW’s fleet CO2 footprint will be 30% lower than in 2015 with the total investment in ‘electrification’ reaching €30 billion (£25.6 billion) by 2023.

The first two electric vehicles out of the traps will be the Audi E-tron and Porsche Taycan. VW says that it has received around 20,000 ‘expression of interest’ for each of those vehicles.

These will be followed by the mainstream models based on the new MEB bespoke dedicated electric architecture, including three VWs (the ID hatch, Crozz, and Buzz) the Seat el-Born and production version of the Skoda Vision E. The MEB family models will have a maximum range of 340 miles. 

Volkswagen boss Herbert Diess said expanding the number of electric models means the projected number of full electric vehicles the group will build by 2030 will increase from 15 million to 22 million, comprising around 40% of the group’s vehicle fleet. He added that the new goal was part of an effort to make the VW Group CO2-neutral “in all areas from fleet to production to administration” by 2050.

Car firms are facing increasingly tough CO2 targets, and Diess said the VW Group’s goal was in line with those set out in the Paris Agreement on climate change to make Europe CO2-neutral by 2050.

Diess said that "VW is changing fundamentally", adding: "this supertanker is picking up speed and is becoming faster and more agile. VW is evolving from carmaker to software company." 

He added that in order to meet the cost of the VW Group’s electrification programme the group “must make further improvements in efficiency and performance in all areas”.

VW says that by 2022, it will have 13 factories - eight in Europe, four in China and one in the US - on three continents producing electric cars. The first MEB-based VW ID hatch will roll off the line at the re-fitted Zwickau plant at the end of this year.

VW says that wants the new MEB platform to become the "new standard for industry", although it has not yet found a major carmaker partner. However VW has secured a cooperation deal with Ford on building future vans and pick-ups, including the next-generation Amarok pick-up.

Other joint venture deals include Microsoft for the creation of the VW Automotive Cloud. VW Group Components has been established as an independent business which will cover battery life production from the mineral purchased to end-of-life recycling. The new division will also offer electric drive units ‘to third parties’.

VW also says that it wants to become more like a mobile phone company, with drivers ‘buying into’ the VW connected network. In the near future all VW cars will get an individual ID, allowing VW to be in direct connect with drivers.

The group has secured agreements with LG Chem, SKI, CATL and Samsung for supplies of battery cells, but is also looking at establishing a battery cell manufacturing facility in Europe. It is also working with QuantumScape on solid-state battery technology.

The VW Group says it has received more than 20,000 reservations each for the Audi E-tron and Porsche Taycan EVs that will launch later this year. Following the ID hatch, other brands will launch models based on MEB, including the Seat el-Born and production version of the Skoda Vision.

The VW Group is also investigating partnerships with other firms to help expand the use of the MEB platform, starting with a tie-up with e.Go mobile announced at the Geneva show recently.

VW Group: 2018 a success despite hit from WLTP changeover

Covering the VW Group's financial health last year, Diess described it as having "operative strength". He said: "2018 was a successful year despite the strong headwinds. We delivered 10.8m vehicles globally, up from 10.77m in 2017, which included 17 new models.

"VW’s total 2018 sales revenue was up slightly at 235bn (£200.7bn) with 17.1bn (£14.6bn) was profit. This was 7.3% return on sales, at the upper end of the Group’s target corridor’.

Diess said that VW’s biggest challenge in 2018 was the shift to the new WLTP fuel economy test regime in Europe: "This change over caused a downturn in sales and loss of market share, because numerous vehicles were delayed in coming to market. Having a complex product portfolio hit us and hit Audi very hard."

Diess predicted that it would be the end of April this year before all the Audi brand model variants would be in available at dealers.

The WLTP shock meant that the Group’s engine developers "were working around clock". As well as building more vehicle test cells, the VW brand reduced the number of model variants it offers by a massive 25%. Audi’s range reduction was even larger, by some 30% . Diess said these range simplifications also reduced fixed and manufacturing costs. 

He said that "WLTP will still be a challenge in 2019", adding that 99% of German market VW diesels have been "fixed".

Read more

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VW's MEB electric architecture: full details revealed

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Why Volkswagen wants firms to develop their own electric buggies


          Комплект гаек для фиксации пропеллеров DJI Phantom, Cheerson CX-20, Quantum Nova и др (2 пары: 2CW + 2CCW, M6, алюминий, черные, серебристые)      Cache   Translate Page      
Комплект гаек для фиксации пропеллеров DJI Phantom, Cheerson CX-20, Quantum Nova и др (2 пары: 2CW + 2CCW, алюминий, черные, серебристые) Характеристики: Вес:  Диаметр M5.0 2 пары: 2CW+2CCW Материал: алюминий
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Комплект (2 пары) пропеллеров 5045 5.0" х 4.5" для Cheerson CX-20, Quantum Nova и др. Характеристики: Вес: 14 грамм Диаметр 8.0" (20.0см) Шаг: 4.0" (10.0см) 2 пары: 2CW+2CCW Материал: нейлон
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Комплект (2 пары) пропеллеров 5045 5.0" х 4.5" для Cheerson CX-20, Quantum Nova и др. Характеристики: Вес: 14 грамм Диаметр 8.0" (20.0см) Шаг: 4.0" (10.0см) 2 пары: 2CW+2CCW Материал: нейлон
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          (USA-MD-Bethesda) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-CA-Los Angeles) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-NC-Raleigh) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-PA-Philadelphia) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-NC-Research Triangle Park) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-TX-Austin) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-CA-San Jose) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-GA-Atlanta) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-MA-Boston) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-NY-New York) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-MN-Minneapolis) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-TX-Houston) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-AZ-Phoenix) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-IL-Chicago) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-NC-Charlotte) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-MO-St Louis) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-DC-Washington) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-NY-Armonk) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          (USA-TX-Dallas) Research Staff Member      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          Control es diferente a todo lo que ha hecho Remedy según su director      Cache   Translate Page      
Lo poco que he visto es muy similar a Quantum Break, otra cosa es catándolo pero que tiene la esencia es innegable.
          Platform Developer - IRYStec Software - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
All this while leveraging new display technologies such as 4K, HDR, wide-gamut, quantum dots and more! Who are we and what do we do?...
From IRYStec Software - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 08:23:29 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          Software Integration Engineer - IRYStec Software - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
All this while leveraging new display technologies such as 4K, HDR, wide-gamut, quantum dots and more! Who are we and what do we do?...
From IRYStec Software - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 08:23:27 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          Image Processing Software Developer - IRYStec Software - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
All this while leveraging new display technologies such as 4K, HDR, wide-gamut, quantum dots and more! IRYStec is a pure software start-up, with several new...
From IRYStec Software - Wed, 21 Nov 2018 20:23:33 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          Braided C*-quantum groups. (arXiv:1601.00169v2 [math.OA] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Sutanu Roy

We propose a general theory of braided quantum groups in the C*-algebraic framework using the language of multiplicative unitaries. More precisely, we construct C*-quantum groups in the monoidal category of Yetter-Drinfeld C*-algebras over regular C*-quantum groups $\mathbb{G}$ from manageable multiplicative unitaries in the braided monoidal category of $\mathbb{G}$-Yetter-Drinfeld compatible Hilbert space representations. Moreover, we show that braided C*-quantum groups are equivalent to C*-quantum groups with projection which generalises the Radford-Majid bosonization (for Hopf algebras) to C*-quantum groups. We show that complex quantum plane admits a braided C*-quantum group structure and the associated semidirect product is a simplified version of quantum $E(2)$ of Woronowicz.


          Boundary matrices for the higher spin six vertex model. (arXiv:1903.00274v2 [math-ph] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Vladimir V. Mangazeev, Xilin Lu

In this paper we consider solutions to the reflection equation related to the higher spin stochastic six vertex model. The corresponding higher spin $R$-matrix is associated with the affine quantum algebra $U_q(\widehat{sl(2)})$. The explicit formulas for boundary $K$-matrices for spins $s=1/2,1$ are well known. We derive difference equations for the generating function of matrix elements of the $K$-matrix for any spin $s$ and solve them in terms of hypergeometric functions. As a result we derive the explicit formula for matrix elements of the $K$-matrix for arbitrary spin. In the lower- and upper- triangular cases, the $K$-matrix simplifies and reduces to simple products of $q$-Pochhammer symbols.


          Quantization of Magnetic Poisson Structures. (arXiv:1903.02845v1 [hep-th] CROSS LISTED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Richard J. Szabo

We describe three perspectives on higher quantization, using the example of magnetic Poisson structures which embody recent discussions of nonassociativity in quantum mechanics with magnetic monopoles and string theory with non-geometric fluxes. We survey approaches based on deformation quantization of twisted Poisson structures, symplectic realization of almost symplectic structures, and geometric quantization using 2-Hilbert spaces of sections of suitable bundle gerbes. We compare and contrast these perspectives, describing their advantages and shortcomings in each case, and mention many open avenues for investigation.


          Support Tools Developer - Pure Storage - Lehi, UT      Cache   Translate Page      
The world is experiencing a revolution driven by next-generation technology like AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing, and self-driving cars...
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          Knowledge Manager - Pure Storage - Lehi, UT      Cache   Translate Page      
The world is experiencing a revolution driven by next-generation technology like AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing, and self-driving cars...
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          Technical Support Engineer I - Pure Storage - Lehi, UT      Cache   Translate Page      
The world is experiencing a technological revolution driven by AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing and self-driving cars -- all of which...
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          Technical Support Engineer II - NAS/ Storage - Pure Storage - Lehi, UT      Cache   Translate Page      
The world is experiencing a technological revolution driven by AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing and self-driving cars -- all of which...
From Pure Storage - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 08:21:49 GMT - View all Lehi, UT jobs
          Senior Claims Consultant - Property - Lockton, Inc. - Houston, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
Communicate with the Lockton business unit or series on all claim issues including analytics, policy issues, claim development and quantum....
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          Senior Data Scientist - Predictive Enterprise Group - Neudesic LLC - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine Learning Solutions:. The explosion of big data, machine learning and cloud computing power creates an opportunity to make a quantum leap forward in...
From Neudesic LLC - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 21:58:12 GMT - View all Philadelphia, PA jobs
          Solution Architect - Data & Analytics - Neudesic LLC - New York, NY      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine Learning Solutions:. The explosion of big data, machine learning and cloud computing power creates an opportunity to make a quantum leap forward in...
From Neudesic LLC - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 09:58:30 GMT - View all New York, NY jobs
          Industrial Control Technician - New York City DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION - Queens, NY      Cache   Translate Page      
(IFX and Wonderware, Rockwell Software (RS) Logix 5000, In Touch Modicon Quantum). Establish and maintain internal security controls to protect data integrity... $74,395 - $116,126 a year
From NYC Careers - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 13:35:19 GMT - View all Queens, NY jobs
          NSBE Intern- National Society of Black Engineers 2019 National Convention - Visa - Detroit, MI      Cache   Translate Page      
Strong research experiences and publication record in machine learning and/or data mining, advanced cryptography, systems security, blockchain and quantum...
From Visa - Wed, 09 Jan 2019 04:11:40 GMT - View all Detroit, MI jobs
          Quantum Algorithm Researcher - Ford Motor Company - Dearborn, MI      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience in implementing quantum algorithms using Quantum assembly language programming. Conduct independent and team-based research to develop quantum...
From Ford Motor Company - Tue, 08 Jan 2019 14:13:17 GMT - View all Dearborn, MI jobs
          Mid-Level Storage Engineer - ProObject - Annapolis Junction, MD      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience with Quantum and Dell backup hardware. Experience with VMware and configuring backend storage for virtual machines....
From ProObject - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 01:16:54 GMT - View all Annapolis Junction, MD jobs
          Mid Level Systems Engineer - Veteran's Enterprise Technology Solutions, Inc. - Scott AFB, IL      Cache   Translate Page      
VMware Virtual Machine administration. Storage experience NAS/SAN (such as NetApp or Quantum ). Capable of training users in complex topics, making...
From Veteran's Enterprise Technology Solutions, Inc. - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 21:13:40 GMT - View all Scott AFB, IL jobs
          Half-Life Running On Voodoo GPUs? A Modder Made It Possible! [VIDEO]      Cache   Translate Page      
TECH NEWS - No less than EIGHT (!) 3DFX Voodoo 2 GPUs were needed to run Valve's game from 1998. Huh...TECH NEWS – No less than EIGHT (!) 3DFX Voodoo 2 GPUs were needed to run Valve’s game from 1998. Huh… 3DFX might not be a familiar name – this company was fully acquired and absorbed by NVidia at the end of 2000, and they tried as much as they could with discrete graphics with the Voodoo GPUs. Performance-wise, they weren’t that good, proven by Ross Tregemba’s build on the HardOCP forums. He needed a year to find the Quantum3D Obsidian 2 200SBi boards. Tregemba explains what these are: „If you’re not familiar with these boards, they are basically two 3dfx Voodoo 2 chipsets in SLI on a single board. 4 boards = 8 Voodoo 2 chipsets that were used to achieve 4 tap rotated…

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          Episode 75 – The One With Paul’s Game Overdose      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s wayyy too many games for Paul this week, as he shares his enjoyment of We Happy Few, Quantum Break, Mafia 3, and more. Plus, Kris revisits the zombie parkour of Dying Light on Steam, and nearly gets lured into Overwatch‘s seasonal horror theme!
          Travs Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday March 12th, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

Domain Shane Domain Shane:
I enjoy talking to business owners about their experiences.  Tonight, I met my friend for happy hour at a Mexican restaurant that opened about two months ago in a fairly popular spot here in the suburbs of DFW.  It turns out that the owner of the previous restaurant (Mexican themed) spent over a year and an unknown amount of money to renovate the same spot and reopen as a new (also Mexican themed) restaurant.  I talked to the owner for a while, and I asked him how things were going.  It turns out that he was unhappy with the previous customer base, because his restaurant turned into a spot where adults came to drink margaritas while their kids ran wild around the establishment.  On top of that, it was a place where people realized the portions were large and decided to order one meal of fajitas and split it among five adults.  To be blunt, they weren’t making money.  He revamped the restaurant, put in a large bar to let people know that it is an adult oriented restaurant and raised prices on most items so that they could turn a profit.  It will be interesting to see how things turn out.  I didn’t see a single kid (which was nice for me), but there were barely any other customers either.  The owner feels like they are in a rebuilding stage where they drove off all of the previous paying customers with kids, and they are now trying to build a new customer base of people who live in the suburbs and want to spend money at a Mexican restaurant without their kids.  The drinks were good, but I don’t expect it to last long…  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on.
Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction
Portfolio of 25 Domains:  Reserve met at $35.  VideoStreamLive.com, BestNetwork.org and more
PointsUp.com  get your bids in – this name already sold once for $5,600!
FinancialOnline.com  36 bidders and still sitting at $69
axux.com  this one looks cool and is pronounceable if you don’t mind a Klingon ring to your domain
FashionOnly.com  not bad for a fashion oriented site
DoorZero.com  cool name for a nightclub or panic room business
Scrae.com  a Scottish one word 5L meaning an old worn out shoe or a thin wizened person – neither sounds particularly appealing
gex.io  pronouncable 3L dot io
Godaddy Domains With Bids
Lich.com there must be a lot of undead sorcerer fans out there – this one has already crossed $15K
ghps.com nice 4L
ilah.com good 4L
zlmn.com 4L
hkmx.com 4L
92749.com 5N
zoopy.com 2nd most bids on the board, and a few trademarks on this term
TechCareer.com A fantastic 1996 name
GrowStone.com this is a product, but I am surprised by the bid price
ShopKitson.com this one has passed $20K, because it used to be a store frequented by celebrities I guess
LovelyBaby.com infant supplies
ActiveSearch.com lots of bidders – maybe because it is an upgrade name for activesearchresults.com?
PacketZoom.com nice techie sounding name
StacyPhillips.com seems like a pretty common name if you are into that sort of domain
CarMad.com crazy for cars!
SkiSoft.com some kind of ski related software or apparel
FileCraft.com like WarCraft but with files
AdSurfer.com a 1998 name, but I struggle to see much value in it
qanna.com jealous God in Hebrew or brandable misspell of canna
LightFighter.com planes or tactical equipment
HorseHQ.com everything equestrian
VrCraze.com not enough of a craze yet in my opinion
PetPointers.com tips for raising your pets
DebtForgive.com big business here
iVeal.com corner the online veal market?
DietDude.com blog or products
RogueGaming.com eSports name?
SunDip.com sounds delicious
Brandable Names
xesium.com
nozny.com
modanza.com
vegoni.com
xortho.com
politicsy.com
zamtel.com
culturly.com
xarine.com
yuide.com
hypnovia.com
fliction.com
technipath.com
merritech.com
Godaddy Domains With No Bids
QuantumFrog.com the coolest sounding frog ever
LoveIsTheCure.com already a book, a song, a poem and who knows what else
PatriotWatch.com nice name for the upcoming political season
peddro.com vote for Peddro!
IouCafe.com not a good way to run a successful cafe
Wooshed.com a one worder and a shed you can shout in
TheRugCo.com good name for selling rugs
CaptainBanana.com come on, that is funny
vevegan.com not a bad vegan brand
TheGrassBar.com weed bar
oliveplc.com a public limited company called olive
BrandChemist.com need an Efty marketplace name?
OddsArea.com gambling site
BarnRescue.com sounds like an HGTV show
UKroof.com why would a roofer in the UK not want this?
FineSelect.com only the best
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us. (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.
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          Dynamic Granularity Matrix Space Based Adaptive Edge Detection Method for Structured Light Stripes      Cache   Translate Page      
Structured light has been widely applied to 3D shape measurement with the capabilities of rapidness, high-accuracy, and noncontact. Because of uneven illumination and noise, it is difficult to distinguish the light stripes and background of the image, which reduces the measurement accuracy. In this paper, an adaptive Canny edge detection method with two phases is proposed for structured light stripes. Firstly, the idea of dynamic granularity is introduced and the dynamic granularity matrix space is established, in which image segmentation problems are described as the transformations and jumping of image at different granularity layers. The hierarchical structure and optimal granularity layer of image are obtained as the basis of adaptive edge detection. Secondly, a quantum-inspired group leader hybrid algorithm is adopted to calculate the optimal threshold from the optimal granularity layer, which is taken as the adaptive threshold for Canny operator. Finally, experimental tests and comparisons have been conducted to verify the effectiveness of the adaptive method proposed. The experiments show that the proposed method achieves high segmentation accuracy, improves the segmentation efficiency, and has strong robustness to noise.
          دانلود مقاله نانو با عنوان طیف های نوار پهن الکترون های داغ       Cache   Translate Page      
Broadband Cooling Spectra of Hot Electrons and Holes in PbSe Quantum Dots دانلود مقاله نانو با عنوان طیف های نوار پهن الکترون های داغ و حفرات در نقاط کوانتومی PbS
          ill car 扣仙门      Cache   Translate Page      
Quantum Memory Energy By Dominic O’brien By: Kandis Pinnock | Jul 5th 2014 – His first development was a edition of Tic-Tac-Toe. Ill children, ill car, sick dog, ill clients… You then can search that phrase and nearly 25 million outcomes come up. The toy was named after Ruth’s daughter Barbara. Also visit my web […]
          What to Expect From Quantum Mechanics?      Cache   Translate Page      
What to Expect From Quantum Mechanics? Characteristics of Quantum Mechanics Among the curiosities of general relativity is the fact that it appears to allow time travel. Your imagination is just one of your best gifts and is totally unique to […]

          The Secret Truth About Quantum Mechanics Uncovered      Cache   Translate Page      
The Secret Truth About Quantum Mechanics Uncovered How it has the ability to discern patterns in complexity is among the huge mysteries of intuition. Quite simply, it scales in polynomial moment. Whilst an issue of convenience, however, the math formulas […]

          The Hidden Truth About Quantum Biology      Cache   Translate Page      
The Hidden Truth About Quantum Biology Purity has been demonstrated to be a great general measure. Quite simply, when you awaken from the matrix you then start to produce your own matrix, which might or may not reflect reality. The […]

          The Absolute Best System to Use for Quantum Physics Explained Uncovered      Cache   Translate Page      
The Absolute Best System to Use for Quantum Physics Explained Uncovered Based on the model, various different requirements or assumptions might be necessary. For instance, if you know wherever your particle is within a little margin of error, you will […]

          Planthopper bugs use a fast, cyclic elastic recoil mechanism for effective vibrational communication at small body size      Cache   Translate Page      
by Leonidas-Romanos Davranoglou, Alice Cicirello, Graham K. Taylor, Beth Mortimer Vibrations through substrates are an important source of information for diverse organisms, from nematodes to elephants. The fundamental challenge for small animals using vibrational communication is to move their limited mass fast enough to provide sufficient kinetic energy for effective information transfer through the substrate … Continua la lettura di Planthopper bugs use a fast, cyclic elastic recoil mechanism for effective vibrational communication at small body size
          The Basic Facts of Quantum Physics Theories      Cache   Translate Page      
The Basic Facts of Quantum Physics Theories The History of Quantum Physics Theories Refuted The PI isn’t only an institute, but a family, states Myers. This book was particularly interesting in that it details the many false measures and missed opportunities on the way, therefore it’s wonderful for receiving the procedure for science in addition […]
          Buying What Is Quantum Physics      Cache   Translate Page      
Buying What Is Quantum Physics The 30-Second Trick for What Is Quantum Physics In summary, it’s good to be humble in the surface of the mysteries that physics throws up. Dozens of interpretations of quantum mechanics are developed over recent years. As soon as you have understood why quantum mechanics is needed, and why it’s […]
          Top Guide of Quantum Universe      Cache   Translate Page      
Top Guide of Quantum Universe Mass can be transformed into pure energy. Daily we encounter systems that are entirely classical, i.e. systems that behave in agreement with the laws of classical physics. Placing the output beside the machine, he chose to re-enter a few of the data and run the program longer. 1 way to […]
          How Quantum Sensing Is Changing the Way We See the World      Cache   Translate Page      

Imagine a world where you can find out exactly what lies under your feet, get advanced warning of volcanic eruptions, look around corners or into rooms, and detect initial signs of multiple sclerosis.


          Το Control της Remedy θα κυκλοφορήσει αυτό το καλοκαίρι      Cache   Translate Page      

Όπως μάθαμε από το Gameinformer που βούτηξε στα άδυτα της Remedy για τον επόμενο τίτλο της, το Control, αυτό αναμένεται να κυκλοφορήσει μέσα στο καλοκαίρι αν και δε γνωρίζουμε ακριβώς την ημερομηνία κυκλοφορίας. Όσοι έχουν δει κάποιο gameplay βίντεο από το Control έχουν κάνει την παρατήρηση με το πόσο μοιάζει στο στυλ με το Quantum […]

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          A thing of beauty      Cache   Translate Page      
Sabrine Hossenfelder's new book, Lost in Math:  How Beauty Leads Physics Astray is stirring up quite a stir with multiple reviews.  Hossenfelder has recently stuck her oar into the question about whether a new supercollider should be built as a follow-on to CERN.
The just-look-argument is of course well and fine. But, as I have pointed out many times before, the same just-look-argument can be made for any other new experiment in the foundations of physics. It therefore does not explain why a larger particle collider in particular is a good investment. Indeed, the opposite is the case: There are less costly experiments for which we have good reasons, such as measuring more precisely the properties of dark matter or probing the weak field regime of quantum gravity.
Eli got into this a little bit on Twitter
but the issue of beauty in physics, in science in general, what is worth doing, at least to Eli is of interest.  About a month ago the Rabett in a comment to Hossenfelder thought that beauty in physics was a matter of being terse, spare simple.  She really did not like that, and after all, who is Eli.  Reading the New Yorker this week a rather better description appeared in James Marcus' memorial to his father, a bioscientist, who died a difficult death.
Later, after his death, one of his colleagues noted that my father "believed that beauty would save the world".  My father would never have said that about himself.  Yet it was true, if you understood beauty to encompass not only ecstasy but precision, rigor a relish for the tiniest (literally microscopic) details. And it was true about me, too. We were a religious sect consisting of two people, and now half the congregation was gone. There would be no closure, no healing. I would simply adjust myself to a new and severely depleted reality. The world would come to an end, as it always does, one world at a time.

          Firefox Releases ‘Firefox Send’ a Free, Simple & Private File Sharing Service      Cache   Translate Page      

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This very special 73% off bundle contains 25 Skirmisher Publishing OGL titles, including its just-released "Spontaneous Generation Monsters," its Platinum bestselling "Experts"; its "Men & Monsters of Polynesia," "Noble Wild," "Insults & Injuries," "Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars," "Mutant Plant Monsters," and "Moat Monsters" sourcebooks; three "Six Spells" collections; and lots more.

The Noble Wild
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A 2008 ENnie Award Nominee! This exciting book introduces comprehensive rules for playing intelligent animals in a wide variety of game settings and situations. It will be popular with everyone from groups that want to try all-animal or mixed animal/humanoid parties, to players who want to expand the options for their animal companions and familiars, to game masters who are looking for interesting and unexpected foes to run against their players. Features of this "Animal Player’s Handbook" include: Statistics for more than 60 playable species of noble animal; Modifications and additions to existing classes, skills, and feats appropriate to animal characters; A new basic character class, the Greater Familiar; Eight new Prestige Classes, including the Man-Eater a...

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This is a free accessory for the The Noble Wild, Skirmisher Publishing's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook." Custom features of this four-page set of character sheets include spaces for rules innovations like Boons and Deeds, as well as types of attacks and damage characteristic of animals. They have been formatted specifically for use with the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild but are also suitable for use with the OGL edition of The Noble Wild. ...

Adventures in Wonderland: A Sourcebook for OGL Roleplaying Games
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Welcome to Wonderland, a strange, sometimes creepy alternate world that incorporates aspects of a fairytale land, the elements of children's nightmares, and a demi-plane of chaos! This OGL sourcebook is inspired by the works of Lewis Carroll, including his Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and a number of poems. It includes: * More than 20 monsters and NPCs native to Wonderland. * Chapters of Wonderland Skills, Feats, Spells, and Magic Items. * A Wonderland Gazeteer * Wonderland Adventure Hooks * Tables for selecting Random Wonderland Items...

Claws of the Sirocco ('Noble Wild' Bonus Content)
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This download includes “Claws of the Sirocco” a bonus Deed for Skirmisher Publishing’s The Noble Wild, an “Animal Player’s Handbook” for the OGL system games. Deeds are magical abilities acquired by animal characters through the performance of heroic actions. ...

Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars: Shadows of a Dying World (An OGL Guide to Monsters, Races, and Beasts)
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Set on the red planet not as it exists, but as people at the turn of the 20th century thought it might be, Shadows of a Dying World is drawn from the Mars series of Edgar Rice Burroughs and presents creatures from his world in game terms. Its contents are compatible with any games that use the OGL system and can be inserted into them in whole or in part.  On this Mars, elegant city-states rise along the banks of world-spanning canals, luxurious airships ply the thin atmosphere, feisty princesses and feckless nobles are menaced by killers of the drear dried-up sea-beds, and skilled swordsmen defend dynasties that have ruled for aeons. Despite both wondrous technology and mysterious mental abilities developed beyond the comprehension of Earthlings, however, the most farsighte...

Experts v.3.5
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Experts v.3.5 takes the concept of the Expert non-player-character class briefly described in the Dungeon Master’s Guide and gives it unprecedented depth and playability. This 176-page book includes: * More than 30 fully detailed Expert types, including the Alchemist, Blacksmith, Courtesan, Merchant, Miner, Navigator, Physician, Sage, Sailor, and Weaponmaker. * The Specialist, a new basic character class that players can use to create versatile “adventuring Experts” of any sort. * Guild Master, Militia Leader, and Spellcrafter prestige classes, the latter of which can allow Experts, Specialists, and other characters to gain specialized magical abilities that they can use to enhance their mundane abilities. * More than 100 skills, incl...

Gnoll Crocuta Spells: A Supplement to ‘Tests of Skill’
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The Gnoll Crocuta is a highly detailed, 10-level OGL v.3.5 prestige class that is presented in the Skirmisher Publishing adventure sourcebook Tests of Skill. This publication has been created both for use by owners of that publication and by people who might enjoy introducing some of the often-dark spells available to Crocutaea into their own campaigns. It contains 13 new spells, all of which originally appeared in Skirmisher’s OGL book Warriors but which have been updated and revised here. Tests of Skill is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded version of the innovative OGL adventure module and sourcebook originally released as a version 3.0 publication and intended as a companion volume to Experts v.3.5<...

Insults & Injuries: A Role-Playing Game Sourcebook for Medical Maladies
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You have never read a game book quite like this one! Written by a practicing medical doctor, Insults & Injuries presents real world illnesses in OGL 3.5 system game terms. Why afflict characters with “filth fever” when you can give them rabies, the black plague, or the flu? Within this sourcebook, you will find dozens of sicknesses that your players already know and fear in a format that allows them to be easily and realistically brought into your games. You will also find expanded rules for more effective non-magical healing. This detailed book is divided into an introduction, 13 chapters, and five appendices and includes: * Rules for more than 50 diseases and disorders, their game effects, and how they can be treated by both mundane and magical means. * A ...

Men & Monsters of Polynesia
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One of the most fascinating regions of our own world is most assuredly Polynesia, a vast triangular area in the Pacific Ocean that encompasses Hawaii, New Zealand, Easter Island, Samoa, and Tahiti. This area is home to numerous creatures and beings that can be readily adapted for use in role-playing games and used either in conjunction with campaigns that have a South Seas flavor or as part of one-off encounters.  This sourcebook contains descriptions and game stats for more than a dozen monsters from this huge, varied region and notes on existing monsters that might also be encountered within it. It includes both actual creatures and those derived from myths, legends, folklore, reports from explorers, and other sources, and is inspired by the author’s personal adventures and...

Moat Monsters: A Sourcebook for OGL RPGs
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In most fantasy settings, castles and cities are vital components of civilization, and many of these rely on moats for defense. These large ditches are usually filled with water and meant to stop attackers from reaching the outer walls. Although this tactic was successful in real world history, traditional moats are not as effective in fantasy worlds because of the existence of magic. To counter this and thwart fantasy-world invaders, moats could be filled with different materials and energies, or even populated with monsters.  This sourcebook contains 20 monsters specifically designed to be ideal for occupying moats and enhancing their natural functions, along with ideas on other ways moats can be made more lethal first lines of defense for fortifications. Monsters in it are stat'...

Mutant Plant Monsters
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It is possible to use plant creatures much more effectively than usual by using some real plant biology in conjunction with new mutations, and this publication shows how to do that.  “Mutant Plant Monsters” includes 80 plant mutations, discussions of plant strengths and weaknesses, and six sample monsters that demonstrate how to use the various elements that appear in this sourcebook.  Material in this publication was written specifically for the Mutant Future retroclone of Gamma World and can be used as-is with it and any other sci-fi, fantasy, or post-apocalyptic games that use the "Basic" version of the OGL system, and easily adapted to other games using the same core rules. It was written by prolific game developer Derek Holland. ...

New Golems of the Labyrinth
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Of all the creatures found guarding hoards of lost treasure, Golems — constructs created by powerful spell casters from specific sorts of materials — are among the most interesting and dangerous. Some might even constitute treasure in and of themselves.  Golems crafted from materials like clay, flesh, stone, iron, amber, bone, bronze, and wood are familiar to the players of OGL-based games, but they represent just a narrow glimpse of the possibilities for such creatures. This mini-sourcebook contains 10 new sorts of Golems, all of them are very different from the basic models and some of them pretty weird, that GMs may find useful in making their campaigns more interesting and unpredictable. They include the Cerebral, Ectoplasm, Flesh-and-Blood, Gas ...

Noble Animal Spell Lists
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This free download includes complete replacement spell lists for the various character classes customized for use with the bestselling Noble Wild “Animal Player’s Handbook,” which was nominated for an ENnie award in the “Best Monster or Adversary” category. In addition to old spells that function as normal, the lists in this supplement also include both existing spells that have been added to a particular spellcaster list or had their levels adjusted for noble animal characters, and the new spells that are fully described in The Noble Wild chapter on Magic and Spells.  This free supplement has been created for use with the OGL edition of the Noble Wild but can also be easily used in conjunction with the Pathfind...

Nuisances: Director's Cut
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FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY Nuisances: Director’s Cut is unlike any other fantasy RPG sourcebook! It is a tribute to the early years of fantasy roleplaying games, a parody of the current state of the genre, a guide to an alternate and more fun style of play, a manual for keeping cocky and annoying players off balance, and a poignant philosophical expression of the post-modern, 21st century worldview. It includes: * Hundreds of aggravating and awful and things that can happen to players! * Scores of defective items! * Unfortunate NPC personality traits! * Many, many random d100, d12, and other Random Tables! * 49 unsavory Feats, as well as a section on Subtypes! * 59 character Defects! * Rules on glasses and problems associated with wearing them! * 31 cursed and ...

Prickly Customers: Porcupine & Hedgehog PCs for 'The Noble Wild'
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This download contains free bonus content for the "The Noble Wild," Skirmisher Publishing's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook," including two new player character species/classes, the Hedgehog and Porcupine, a new deed tree, and a new spell!  This material has been formatted specifically for use with the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild but is also easily used with the OGL edition of The Noble Wild. ...

Quantum Flux: Unique Superscience Artifacts
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With his second law, that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” Arthur C. Clarke articulated a concept that could have been a shadowy undercurrent in the wider consciousness for centuries, possibly even millennia. All the items in this book were designed with two ideas in mind: they were created using Ancient technology so advanced that it seems like magic and they’ve gone through Hell since the apocalypse. Damaged, jury-rigged, infested with nanites and parasites, warped by energy, rebuilt by insane machines — these are the kinds of changes that make these artifacts dangerous, unpredictable, and, above all, unique. Quantum Flux contains 86 unique superscience artifacts suitable for use in any modern, sci-fi, or post-apoca...

Six Spells: Festivities
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This title contains six spells related to festivities, celebrations, and holidays! They are formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Six Spells: Festivities
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Many games focus solely on the combat aspects of magic, but in a fantasy world such powers can do almost anything. Spellcasters from more peaceful magical traditions might specialize in promoting health and the social good, often using the six spells described in this publication to enliven harvest festivals and other celebrations (but crafty players could, of course, use them in many situations). "Six Spells: Festivities" is stat'ed for the "Basic version of the d20/OGL game system and can be used as-is or easily adapted for any RPGs using the same core rules. ...

Six Spells: Lizardfolk
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Lizardfolk are a primitive swamp-dwelling people that are considered to be more in touch with nature than most of the other humanoid races. Their shamans have, accordingly, developed a number of useful spells to help them survive and thrive in an environment that most consider hostile. This title contains six spells formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Six Spells: Monster-Making
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This title contains six spells related to studying, altering, and creating creatures. They are formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Spontaneous Generation Monsters
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Spontaneous generation, the idea that life can arise from non-living matter, is one of several obsolete biological concepts that can be used in fantasy games to provide a storyteller with more options for monster and setting design. This concept can include living creatures that, by modern definition, are not biological, such as those made of glass or metal. There are at least three forms of spontaneous generation and these are all covered in this mini-sourcebook. Happenstance due to magical laws is the first and the most similar to the historical definition of spontaneous generation. Alchemy is the use of natural laws to create creatures through spontaneous generation by mortals. Divine intervention involves creation of monsters when circumstances fit the requirements dictated by a god...

Tests of Skill v.3.5: An OGL Adventure and Sourcebook
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Tests of Skill v.3.5 is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded version of the innovative OGL adventure module and sourcebook originally released as a version 3.0 publication and intended as a companion volume to Experts v.3.5. This edition has been expanded by 24 pages, had its character and monster stats corrected and revised, and had added to it one new encounter, one new scenario, one new scenario outline, a section on Defects and how to use them in the game, and numerous other elements. It is intended to be enjoyed both by people familiar with the previous version and those completely new to it. Tests of Skill v.3.5 is designed to entertain and challenge players through scenarios and encounters that can be overcome optimally through role-playing, skill use, a...

The Jester Dragon's Guide to Defects
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Even as characters can have Feats that give them particular aptitudes and enhance their various skills and capabilities, so too can they suffer from Defects that negatively affect their ability to function. Such Defects can be used to make games more fun and unpredictable, and even more plausible. The Jester Dragon’s Guide to Defects is a complete sourcebook that details hundreds of character flaws, mental disorders, physical abnormalities, medical conditions, and outright quirks that DMs and players can use to liven up their characters and campaigns. This book contains: * More than 230 Defects, from minor faults to fatal flaws. * Defects appropriate for any genre, including High Fantasy, Swords-and-Sorcery, and Space Opera. * Innovative “Metagame” Defects...

Updated Animal Familiars: An OGL Supplement Inspired by ‘The Noble Wild’ Animal Player’s Handbook
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This booklet is dedicated to expanding the options for familiars available to arcane spellcasters like Sorcerors and Wizards and is inspired by a number of the concepts introduced in Skirmisher Publishing LLC’s ENnie-nominated The Noble Wild. This book, an “Animal Player’s Handbook,” presents a detailed system for incorporating viable animal characters into a either traditional or animal-oriented OGL campaign. Some of the material in this publication was developed as addenda to The Noble Wild and some of it appears in the current edition of that book. Collectively, however, this material has applications that can be applied outside of the system presented in The Noble Wild. And so, we have created Updated Animal Familiars as a means bo...

Warriors: A Comprehensive OGL Sourcebook for Fantasy Role-Playing Games
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Warriors is a comprehensive OGL sourcebook for fantasy role-playing games that expands upon the description of the Warrior class in the Dungeon Master’s Guide. It is an invaluable resource both for game masters who want to expand the variety and realism of combat encounters and martial non-player characters and for players who want to enhance the military and combat capabilities of their own characters. Features include: 16 military prestige classes, including the Aerial Cavalryman, Charioteer, Combat Engineer, Executioner, Marine, Mechanist Infantry, Mountaineer, and Sheriff. More than 30 military subtypes, including archers, artillerists, cavalrymen, beast handlers, infantrymen, medics, pathfinders, peasant levies, and templars. Nine non-military subtypes, ...

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If you're Native American, there's a good chance that you've thought a lot about blood quantum — a highly controversial measurement of the amount of "Indian blood" you have. It can affect your identity, your relationships and whether or not you — or your children — may become a citizen of your tribe. Blood quantum was initially a system that the federal government placed onto tribes in an effort to limit their citizenship. Many Native nations, including the Navajo Nation and the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, still use it as part of their citizenship requirements. And how tribes use blood quantum varies from tribe to tribe. The Navajo Nation requires a minimum of 25 percent "Navajo blood," and Turtle Mountain requires a minimum of 25 percent of any Indian blood, as long as its in combination with some Turtle Mountain. Blood quantum minimums really restrict who can be a citizen of a tribe. If you've got 25 percent of Navajo blood — according to that tribe's blood quantum
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1. LEITMOTIF (NOUN): (पदार्थ/ विषय-वस्तु) subject matter 

Synonyms: stuff, material 

Antonyms: exterior, exteriority 

Example Sentence: 

There are two leitmotifs behind the air strike by IAF in Pakistan. 

2. IDYLL (NOUN): (आराम) lull 

Synonyms: respite, hiatus 

Antonyms: start, beginning 

Example Sentence: 

Portugal obtained a respite from civil strife. 

3. PANDEMIC (ADJECTIVE): (आम/ देशव्यापी) universal 

Synonyms: common, general 

Antonyms: abnormal, unusual 

Example Sentence: 

it showed no power of pandemic diffusion. 

4. TUTELARY (ADJECTIVE): (संरक्षी) Protecting 

Synonyms: guardian, advisory 

Antonyms: careless, inattentive 

Example Sentence: 

He is using tutelary fabian policy in his company. 

5. DEEMING (VERB): (मान लेना) 

Synonyms: regard, consider 

Antonyms: disregard, disbelieve 

Example Sentence: 

Deeming their demands inconvenient, the speaker soon found occasion to suspend the council once more. 

6. QUANTUM (NOUN): (मात्रा) Quantity 

Synonyms: sum, amount 

Antonyms: part, whole 

Example Sentence: 

While quantum energy could not be measured fully, the scientist continued to work on the experiment. 

7. PRECINCT (NOUN): (प्रसीमा) Department 

Synonyms: area, ward 

Antonyms: whole, full 

Example Sentence: 

I am working in this precinct. 

8. PROCLIVITY (NOUN): (इच्छा/प्रवृत्ति) Inclination 

Synonyms: penchant, predilection 

Antonyms: dislike, hate 

Example Sentence: 

Your proclivity towards him is getting on my nerves. 

9. APPENDAGE (NOUN): (जोड़ी हुई वस्तु) accessory 

Synonyms: adjunct, addendum 

Antonyms: reduction, subtraction 

Example Sentence: 

The hair is a superficial appendage of simple structure, which may be borne by any of the other members. 

10. QUIETUDE (NOUN): (शांति/संतोष) Calm 

Synonyms: doldrums, hush 

Antonyms: disturbance, agitation 

Example Sentence: 

Be quietude don’t escape your lips.


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I am currently running a single WEBER 40 DCOE (TIPO 40DCOE 149, No 4). I'm not entirely unhappy with performance but it does run rich and I can't seem to lock down the problem. What I have done is purchased a dual set of SU HS4 carbs and sent them off to Joe Curto (sp) for rebuilding.

What I would like to do is assemble a dual WEBER 40 DCOE system. Just how close do the Weber bodies need to match just in case I can't find an exact match.

The more information I read about the WEBERs the less I understand them. Quantum physics would be easier to understand.

Thanks in advance for the input.
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Restored Republic via a GCR as of March 13 2019

Compiled 13 March 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. CEO, Child Abuse Recovery, Author, “Twenty Two Faces: the biography of Jenny Hill.”As a young child Jenny was tortured by a CIA Operative and forced to witness a child sacrifice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F626Lsrdwg4 Articles on a CIA/Vatican Ninth Circle Child Sacrifice Cult: http://beforeitsnews.com/contributor/pages/243/590/stories.html

Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it is valid. A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth, Dale who keeps me in line and Ken who uncovers almost unlimited intel on pedophilia to help us Save the Children.

Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world. In all your giving, please don’t forget exploited children.


Judy Note - in my opinion nothing has changed since yesterday:

1. Reno received notice of the payment codes on Sun. March 10.

2. The payment codes were released to payers on Mon. March 11.

3. That same Mon. March 11 XI Ping was at Maralago signing papers with President Trump.

4. President Trump then released the codes for the “doors to open” on Tues. March 12.

5. Geopolitical issues have been handled behind the scenes and were not released to news outlets.

6. Some have said that we would receive information to set our appointments by Fri. March 15.

A. Apparent Global Currency Reset/GESARA Schedule:

Fri. March 1: The new USTNs were made live Fri. March 1 at 3pm EST.

Sat. midnight March 2: The debt ceiling was hit, the AIIB ended their fiat credit to the Federal Reserve and US Taxpayer monies were sent to the new US Treasury in Reno.

Mon. March 4: Zimbabwe demonetized their Zim Bond Notes, released them on Tues. March 5, at 1 pm EST - the same time that the green light was issued for payments to buyers and payers at the new US Treasury in Reno (Zim Bonds were backing the entire Global Currency Reset and they had just been demonetized for the RV).

Wed. March 6 at 8:15 pm EST some fines, penalties and a group known as the Big Boys were paid out. It was rumored that by Thurs. March 7 the Cherokee Nation had been paid and that by Sat. March 9 five Indian Nations had been paid out. Farm Claims and F&Ps were to be paid out the evening of Sat. March 9.

Friday March 8 intel behind the now over 82,324 sealed indictments began to be revealed when Hannity on Fox News broke the story on the Deep State FISA Conspiracy to Commit Fraud on a Court by the DNC, Clinton Campaign and FBI. Although other mainstream news outlets have yet to pick up the story, according to Pentagon sources, "The Ides of March should bring 85,000 sealed indictments and many arrests in the U.S.”

This Week: The European exit (Brexit) from the Euro would take away the Cabal’s last bastion of rule over the global financial system by closing the Queen’s Bank of London, though Brexit wouldn’t be made official until March 29.

Mon. March 11: Rumor was that on March 11 XI Ping was at Maralago with President Trump and that the codes had been released.

March 13: Zimbabwe to make gold announcement.

Fri. March 15: We should be able to obtain our appointments by Fri. March 15.

Fri. March 15: Back on Oct. 1 2018 the NY Stock Market lost all gains for the year and for the last six months has been on the brink of collapse, with no revival in sight. The Stock Market plummet would be a distraction to hide the RV, along with the Mueller report due out by the Ides of March 15.

March 19: Q tweeted that big things were happening on March 19.

March 20: Military Tribunals began in various secret locations on Jan. 2 and the 9/11 Tribunal began at GITMO on Jan. 28. The FISA Warrant Tribunal was set to begin on March 20. FISA Warrant declassification was expected to expose that the FBI, Justice Department, Obama, Clinton campaign and Democrats were in cahoots to take down duly elected US President Trump – an act of Treason.

March 20: According to a March 6 2019 Institute of Physics of the Earth Report sent to Prime Minister Putin, around March 20 the western coasts of the US, Mexico, Central and South America was set to experience a catastrophic 9 mega-earthquake that would unleash a deadly tsunami with 30 metric-high waves. Scientists were warning leaders to prepare the general population.

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=118719&fbclid=IwAR1v_WKmlxdyCkSxFUPyGfo3a6sOAp3J8_ob8JJf4luv9u9BE9xA1HPJNzc

March 29: Some say that the Bank of International Settlements planned to announce the gold/asset- backed currency standard on March 29. Others say the new global asset-backed currency system would be announced on Aug. 1 and put in force Jan. 1 2020.

April 1: The transition into the new Quantum Financial System.

August 1: All countries were expected to be GESARA compliant by Aug. 1 2019.

Oct. 2019: The Federal Reserve and IRS would close their books in Oct. 2019. US Taxpayer monies were being sent from the Federal Reserve/IRS to the new US Treasury in Reno as of Sat. midnight March 2.

B. March 12 2019 The Big Call, Bruce: Thebigcall.net: 712-770-4016 pin123456#

1. Iraqi Dinar was supposed to be pre-traded by Sun. March 10 at a $6.73 start.

2. Dong started pre-trading Mon. morning March 11. Supposed to be within 5% of the Dinar.

3. Iranian Rial should come in close to the Dinar.

4. Dinar would be available at the new rate Thurs. morning March 14.

5. Native American claims have been settled. Farm claims have been notified. CMX settle out tonight. The core groups may go overnight tonight March 12.

6. The 800#s may go right after the core groups go.

7. Prosperity Packages have been paid out to those trustees so they can pay them to the recipients.

8. Paymasters were liquid, have release codes.

9. We should be there by the end of the week.

C. March 12 2019 8:48 am EST Intel Alert: Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for March 12, 2019 Operation Disclosure (Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)

1. The entire world was waiting on Brexit to be passed as it would mark the end of the remaining Cabal structure.

2. Trump was expected to start making moves on removing the Fed after Brexit was passed.

3. The Fed was connected to the City of London and Brexit would relinquish the City of London from Cabal control.

4. This explained why the EU was doing everything in their power to prevent Brexit from being voted on. The EU continued to make profits from the City of London as they delayed Brexit. These profits were being used to fund the last Cabal/Deep State remnants.

5. If Brexit was not passed, the Alliance was prepared to temporarily crash European markets to force the EU to collapse.

6. Brexit was inevitable and it would happen either way, whether through a democratic process or a total collapse of the EU.

7. The fall of the City of London meant no more funding for the Cabal (in the EU) and the Deep State (in the US). This was the Cabal's last stand.

8. Sources expected everything to be settled (total GESARA compliance) by August.

9. The RV was expected to occur this month of March (after Brexit was voted on).

D. March 12 2019 Bluwolf:

1. We are about to receive a GO message in a short while (minutes, hours, days) for there is nothing out there obstructing or delaying this or anything.

2. The rates will be satisfying to all involved and things pertaining to the exchange will be as it was accorded with both banks elected or chosen for this important RV event.

3. All things expected of Iraq has been 100 % covered, written off in there Gazette and accepted by all governments involved.

4. The voice in charge of awarding the banks the GO permission to open up there envelopes which contains the 800 # they are all in agreement that we are finally heading to the desire end.

5. The PLAN has had a lot of obstacles by the money rich and the corrupted government individuals but according to those in charge that has been dealt with.

6. The system for this exchange has been tested and APPROVED 100% secure and safe with no flaws whatsoever.

E. March 12 2019 1:36 pm EST Update March 12: Restored Republic via a GCR as of the Morning of March 12, 2019

F. One Unknown Family Rules the World; Two Dueling Branches; w/ Dr. Dave Janda Pt 1 - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFFBDNraxS0

G. Q Decode NXIVM - What MSM isn't Reporting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q48-ZHhAX-g The Cult out of Clifton Park NY has a million connections that the mainstream media are ignoring. In this vid I first introduce the cult & a few of its practices, then I go over how the Clintons have a cozy relationship with a lot of NXIVM's members. Q mentioned NXIVM by name a week ago, but human trafficking has been a theme throughout the Q.

H. International Child Trafficking:

BOMBSHELL BEAUMONT TESTIMONY SET TO SHOCK THE WORLD! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9W0aLPw1ZBk

Rachel Vaughan's testimony highlights the 1966 "Disappearance of the Beaumont Children" case in South Australia, unresolved after half a century. It also raises serious concerns regarding the Mullighan Report, (a 600-page Royal Commission report of sex abuse against Australia's children in state care over four decades).

The Child Abuse Cover Up: A Police Whistleblower Speaks... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-yHHMhFWns

In a courageous and explosive audio interview with UK Column "Despatches from the Front", a Metropolitan Police Detective Constable child protection specialist takes the lid off the scale of child abuse, trafficking and prostitution in London and UK. This criminal conspiracy seeks to deceive the public.

Hollywood's Satanic Roots - The Movie - Reloaded // Jason Cooley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1IAilcq3P0

A Sound the Battle Cry Production: Hollywood's Satanic Roots - The Movie, Reloaded

Ireland's forgotten mixed-race child abuse victims https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC_CpnwZPYM

Rosemary Adaser was one of many mixed-race children considered illegitimate who was brought up in institutions run by the Catholic Church in Ireland between the 1950s and 1970s. She tells of the abuse and racist treatment she suffered, and returns to her school in Kilkenny.

How the Catholic Church Hid Away Hundreds of Irish Children | Times Documentaries
: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoulaehrD_I


Ireland wanted to forget, but the dead don't always stay buried. One woman made it her mission to unearth the truth.

We Saw Nuns Kill Children: The Ghosts of St. Joseph's Catholic Orphanage
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o13yTTAeM30 Read the full investigation: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/


This is the haunting story of children who survived horrors in American orphanages, and their fight to make the world believe them.

Documentary Nuns Abuse & Crimes against Thousands of Women Revealed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfDOrLnhNh8

Documentary Nuns Abuse & Crimes against Thousands of Women Revealed

Human Trafficking Survivor Story: Dellena, California
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OntjTAsfhpo


In California, many vulnerable women and young girls are held against their will and forced to sell their bodies. The victims are often girls as young as 12 who are sexually exploited for the financial gain of human traffickers.

POLITICIANS ASKED ABOUT BOHEMIAN GROVE COMPILATION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=013tHIfnvi4

Answers from Bill Clinton, Newt Gingrich, David Gergen, Rush Limbuagh, Bill Richardson, Richard Nixon, and Larwrence O'donnel on the Bohemian club.

The Devil Of Little St. James: The True Jeffrey Epstein Story (Full Documentary 2017) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WH406_rMIY

Jeffrey Edward Epstein is a billionaire American financier and registered Level 3 sex offender. The Palm Beach Police Department investigated the cases of over 30 underage females who had been sexually abused and/or commercially exploited by Epstein for the purposes of sex trafficking. To this day Epstein has been convicted of a single count.

TTB w/ @LizCrokin * The Hollywood Cesspool https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFWwKrJmoL0

EXCLUSIVE Interview With Former Employee of Bohemian Grove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsoNwUC-gLQ

Bohemian Grove, the place where the richest and most powerful MEN in the world go to dress up as women and poo and pee all over each other. Those that go fervently deny its existence but today we have an EXCLUSIVE interview with someone who was there in 2007 to witness all the hi-jinks and lo-jinks.

Updates for the week prior:

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 12, 2019

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 11, 2019

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 10, 2019

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 9, 2019

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 8, 2019

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 7, 2019

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of March 6, 2019
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          Structural and Magnetic Studies of KOsO4, a 5d1 quantum magnet oxide      Cache   Translate Page      
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/C9CP00448C, Communication
Sean Injac, Alexander Kah Liem Yuen, Maxim Avdeev, Fabio Orlandi, Brendan J. Kennedy
The quantum magnet KOsO4 has been characterized by a combination of X-ray and neutron diffraction techniques. The tetrahedrally coordinated Os7+ 5d1 S = ½ cations were determined to order antiferromagnetically...
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          MASSAIE E COCCODRILLI-2      Cache   Translate Page      
Il lavoro è entrato anche in un’altra interessante discussione: la valutazione dei beni. I pensatori del Settecento distinguevano il valore d’uso di una merce dal suo valore di scambio. Il valore d’uso dello zucchero consiste nel fatto che preferiamo un tè zuccherato a un tè amaro. Il prezzo di un chilo di zucchero può variare nel tempo, ma il nostro piacere del tè zuccherato (cioè il nostro valore d’uso) rimane invariato. Ma se, per il singolo, il valore d’uso è pressoché costante, il valore di scambio di ogni merce varia col tempo e con le circostanze (variazione dei prezzi). Se un chilo di zucchero vale tre chili di grano, diremo che il valore di scambio fra le due derrate ha il rapporto uno-tre. Poi, se lo zucchero diviene scarso, il suo valore di scambio aumenta (e ci vorrà più grano per averlo), e viceversa se diviene abbondante. Il valore di scambio di una merce è misurato con i termini del baratto, o col denaro, che quella merce costa. 
Alla ricerca di un elemento obiettivo per determinare il valore di una merce, David Ricardo - uno dei fondatori dell’economia classica e dunque uno dei miei idoli - ricorse all’idea che questo valore oggettivo fosse la quantità di lavoro necessaria a produrlo. Metro che, essendo sganciato, almeno teoricamente, dal valore di scambio (nel senso che è costante) è “incorporato” nella merce. Secondo Ricardo, in un’economia di mercato equilibrata, valore d’uso e valore di scambio (prezzo) tendono a convergere. Non intendo rivedere le bucce di Ricardo, non me lo potrei permettere, ma se non credo in  niente sarò pure autorizzato a muovere obiezioini.
Innanzi tutto, non vedo a che scopo ricercare il valore oggettivo delle merci. Non serve a niente, e per giunta non è nemmeno detto che un valore oggettivo esista. Quanto al valore d’uso è troppo soggettivo per essere usato come metro del valore oggettivo della merce. Né mi sembra che lo stesso lavoro sia un buon metro, in materia di valore. Se camminando trovo una pepita d’oro da cinquanta grammi, come lavoro mi sarà costata soltanto la fatica di abbassarmi a raccoglierla e come valore di scambio andremmo a parecchie migliaia di euro. Il lavoro “incorporato” in essa è insignificante.  Inoltre il tempo e la fatica necessari alla produzione di un bene variano molto nel tempo e nello spazio. Filare la lana con un fuso di legno significava produrre poco filo in molto tempo, mentre una moderna filanda produce moltissimo filo in poco tempo. Il valore dei beni misurato con il lavoro “incoroprato” in essi, è fuorviante. Il contadino del Burundi che gratta la terra con la zappa si affatica come uno schiavo e ricava poco dalla terra; l’americano della “Corn belt” coltiva i cereali con macchinari moderni, sta comodamente seduto e produce infinitamente più grano del contadino del Burundi. Il lavoro incorporato in un quintale di grano del Burundi è costato molto più sudore di quello incorporato in una tonnellata americana ma non per questo potrà essere venduto ad un prezzo maggiore.
Il riferimento alla fatica del produttore  - oggi così frequente - risponde a mio parere a un pregiudizio morale, che del resto presumo Ricardo non avesse affatto. La gente sarebbe capace di pensare che bisognerebbe rimunerare più generosamente la merce che è costata molto lavoro rispetto a quella che è costata poco lavoro. Perché essa ha “più valore”. Ma è un errore. In questo campo ho ricevuto una lezione indimenticabile. Parlando con un amico del più e del meno mi è capitato di dire che avevo per le mani una traduzione di lingua francese, e mi sentivo come un ladro perché, venendomi molto facile, andavo come un treno. Quasi mi limitassi a copiare il testo. Soprattutto procedevo molto più speditamente che se la traduzione fosse stata di lingua inglese. Forse, dicevo,  dovrei proporre uno sconto al committente. Il mio amico mi smentì con sdegno: “Dici sciocchezze. Al contrario, dovresti chiedere di più. Se per il francese vai tanto veloce significa che sei estremamente competente e il tuo lavoro sarà ottimo. Dunque meriti di essere pagato di più per il francese che per l’inglese”. Aveva perfettamente ragione. Al cliente non importa quanta fatica è costato il lavoro, gli importa soltanto la qualità del risultato.
Non credo nel tempo di lavoro incorporato nella merce come misura del suo valore. Non credo al valore morale del lavoro come elemento che debba influenzarne la remunerazione. Rimane soltanto il valore più pedestre: il prezzo , quale lo determina il mercato. E questo elemento mi basta e avanza, per orientarmi . Il resto è letteratura. 
Tutto ciò vale, al passaggio, per sorridere ancora una volta della nostra Costituzione, quando dice che il lavoro deve “in ogni caso” assicurare al lavoratore e alla sua famiglia una vita dignitosa”. Al datore di lavoro del genere di vita della controparte non importa assolutamente nulla, come al lavoratore non importa nulla sapere se i produttori della merce che compra al supermercato siano stati sufficientemente remunerati, per fargli avere quel prodotto a quel prezzo. 
Il lavoro non deve assicurare niente a nessuno, a parte la remunerazione al lavoratore e la prestazione al datore di lavoro. Il loro quantum – in un mercato libero – dipende dalla domanda e dall’offerta. Se nel villaggio c’è un solo idraulico ed avete la casa allagata, quell’artigiano potrà richiedere qualunque prezzo e voi dovrete pagarlo. Se invece nel villaggio ce ne sono quattro, cioè troppi, voi potrete tirare sul prezzo, magari fino a non assicurare una vita dignitosa a quell’artigiano e alla sua famiglia. Se poi vi facesse pena, dategli un buon consiglio: che cambi mestiere o luogo di residenza. 
Quando si tratta di denaro, la realtà è spietata. E sono spietati anche i moralisti. Costoro sono molto generosi col denaro degli altri o dello Stato, ma al loro badano come tutti gli altri. Nessuno pagherebbe a ciglio asciutto un prezzo abnorme solo per fare vivere dignitosamente la famiglia dell’elettricista o del tappezziere. La realtà non ha mai letto la Costituzione Italiana.
Gianni Pardo, giannipardo1@gmail.com 
13 marzo 2019, fine
Ho letto qualche pagina su Marx e mi riservo di commentarla. Si direbbe che il filosofo di Treviri, nel caso del lavoro  dipendente (che è un caso particolare di scambio) - capisca l’utilità del capitalista (e la chiama plusvalore) e non capisca l’utilità del lavoratore, che per lui è sfruttato. Se ho capito bene, siamo all’assurdità più completa. Ma mi riservo di scrivere un autonomo articolo, al riguardo.


          Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

Michael, I think that what is flawed is the Wigner's friend interpretation of the experiment and they are not the original source of it. Instead, they just parrot a theorist, namely the confused quasi philosopher Časlav Brukner, references 3,4.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1507....

Brukner has written other wrong stuff. For example here in 2015

https://motls.blogspot.com/...

he and others claim that just sitting in gravitational fields makes quantum systems decohere. And then the experimentalists blindly take the wrong reference 5 by Renner-Frauchiger that has been discussed on this blog earlier.


          Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

It is disheartening that a team of professional physicists cannot get basic graduate level quantum mechanics right. To be honest, it matters little that they meant to demonstrate something that is actually right. The experiment is flawed and frankly as useless as a third tit.


          Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

This is awesome!

There is no way to objectively label phenomena as measurements or non-measurements and there is no viable way (and no way that would be compatible with relativity) to make the collapse of the wave function – describing the change of the observer's knowledge – as an objectively real collapse.


the descriptions of the phenomena by the two people must be fundamentally distinct and impossible to unify into one "collective" let alone "objective" description. Different observers have different lists of observations with their generally different results, and therefore generally different predictions for the future and different microscopic descriptions what happened.


Can't wait for your conclusions!
And for anyone still puzzled/confused with "irreconcilable views" on reality, I strongly recommend to go back to The word salad interpretation of quantum mechanics article :)


          Chief Science Advisor intern programme      Cache   Translate Page      
The Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor has set up an internship programme in her office - hiring new PhD graduates with expertise in areas like artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and diversity. 
          Control de sortie pour l'été      Cache   Translate Page      

Control, le jeu des créateurs d’Alan Wake et Quantum Break, se rappelle à notre bon souvenir et vient de se trouver une date ou plutôt une fenêtre de sortie.

Il semble que les choses se concrétisent pour une sortie du jeu de Remedy durant l’été selon les indications communiquées par le studio au magazine Game Informer. 

Maintenant, il sera intéressant de savoir quel mois sera choisi pour le lancement du jeu. Juin est le mois de l’E3 de Los Angeles. Juillet est généralement déserté par les éditeurs et août est le début des offensives automnales des mastodontes vidéo ludique. Wait & see comme on dit.

S’agit-il d’un jeu que vous attendez?


          Студия Remedy и разработка Quantum Break      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Travs Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday March 12th, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

Escrow.com

I enjoy talking to business owners about their experiences.  Tonight, I met my friend for happy hour at a Mexican restaurant that opened about two months ago in a fairly popular spot here in the suburbs of DFW.  It turns out that the owner of the previous restaurant (Mexican themed) spent over a year and an unknown amount of money to renovate the same spot and reopen as a new (also Mexican themed) restaurant.  I talked to the owner for a while, and I asked him how things were going.  It turns out that he was unhappy with the previous customer base, because his restaurant turned into a spot where adults came to drink margaritas while their kids ran wild around the establishment.  On top of that, it was a place where people realized the portions were large and decided to order one meal of fajitas and split it among five adults.  To be blunt, they weren’t making money.  He revamped the restaurant, put in a large bar to let people know that it is an adult oriented restaurant and raised prices on most items so that they could turn a profit.  It will be interesting to see how things turn out.  I didn’t see a single kid (which was nice for me), but there were barely any other customers either.  The owner feels like they are in a rebuilding stage where they drove off all of the previous paying customers with kids, and they are now trying to build a new customer base of people who live in the suburbs and want to spend money at a Mexican restaurant without their kids.  The drinks were good, but I don’t expect it to last long…  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on.

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          Blockchain Resistant Quantum, IlCoin, Melanjutkan Perdagangan di FUBT Exchange      Cache   Translate Page      
IlCoin (ILC) telah melanjutkan perdagangan di bursa FUBT setelah jeda perdagangan singkat selama pembaruan kode sumbernya. IlCoin awalnya berhenti memperdagangkan crypto-nya di FUBT dan pertukaran lainnya untuk menerapkan peningkatan ke [...]
          On the parallel transport in quantum mechanics with an application to three-state systems. (arXiv:1903.04928v1 [math-ph])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Raphaël Leone (LPCT)

The aim of this article is to give a rigorous although simple treatment of the geometric notions around parallel transport in quantum mechanics. I start by defining the teleparallelism (or generalized Pancharatnam connection) between n-dimensional vector subspaces (or n-planes) of the whole Hilbert space. It forms the basis of the concepts of parallel transport and of both cyclic and non-cyclic holonomies in the Grassmann manifold of n-planes. They are introduced in the discrete case (broken lines) before being rendered 'continuous' (smooth curves) and the role of the geodesics is stressed. Then, I discuss the interest of such a construction to geometrize a part of the dynamics when a (quasi-)dynamical invariant is known, especially in the adiabatic limit. Finally, I illustrate the general theory with a three-state toy model allowing for non-Abelian adiabatic transports.


          Solitons and Black Holes in 4 and 5 Dimensions. (arXiv:1903.04942v1 [gr-qc])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: G.W. Gibbons

Two lectures given in Paris in 1985. They were circulated as a preprint Solitons And Black Holes In Four-Dimensions, Five-Dimensions. G.W. Gibbons (Cambridge U.) . PRINT-85-0958 (CAMBRIDGE), (Received Dec 1985). 14pp. and appeared in print in De Vega, H.J. ( Ed.), Sanchez, N. ( Ed.) : Field Theory, Quantum Gravity and Strings*, 46-59 and Preprint - GIBBONS, G.W. (REC.OCT.85) 14p.

I have scanned the original, reformatted and and corrected various typos.


          Energy level splitting for weakly interacting bosons in a harmonic trap. (arXiv:1903.04974v1 [cond-mat.quant-gas])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Ben Craps, Marine De Clerck, Oleg Evnin, Surbhi Khetrapal

We consider identical quantum bosons with weak contact interactions in a two-dimensional isotropic harmonic trap. When the interactions are turned off, the energy levels are equidistant and highly degenerate. At linear order in the coupling parameter, these degenerate levels split, and we study the patterns of this splitting. It turns out that the problem is mathematically identical to diagonalizing the quantum resonant system of the two-dimensional Gross-Pitaevskii equation, whose classical counterpart has been previously studied in the mathematical literature on turbulence. Enhanced symmetry structures are known for this resonant system, and our purpose is to report on powerful implications these symmetries have for the level splitting in the quantum case. In particular, the symmetries relate energy shifts of different unperturbed levels so that infinitely many exactly integer energy differences survive at linear order in the interaction strength. The highest energy state emanating from each unperturbed level is explicitly described by our analytics. Considerable simplifications in computing the spectrum numerically result from exploiting the symmetries. We furthermore discuss the energy level spacing distributions in the spirit of quantum chaos theory. After separating the eigenvalues into blocks with respect to the known conservation laws, we observe the Wigner-Dyson statistics within such individual blocks, which suggests that no integrable structures beyond the symmetries we display should be expected in the problem.


          An index theorem for split-step quantum walks. (arXiv:1903.05061v1 [math-ph])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Yasumichi Matsuzawa

Split-step quantum walks admit supersymmetry, and thus their Witten indices can be defined. We prove that the Witten index of a split-step quantum walk coincides with the difference between the winding numbers of functions corresponding to the right-limit of coins and the left-limit of coins. As a corollary, we give an alternative derivation of the index formula for split-step quantum walks, which is recently obtained by Suzuki and Tanaka. Our method is general, it can be applied to various models of supersymmetric quantum walks.


          Quantum cohomology and toric minimal model programs. (arXiv:1207.3253v7 [math.AG] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Eduardo Gonzalez, Chris Woodward

We give a quantum version of the Danilov-Jurkiewicz presentation of the cohomology of a compact toric orbifold with projective coarse moduli space. More precisely, we construct a canonical isomorphism from a formal version of the Batyrev ring to the quantum orbifold cohomology at a canonical bulk deformation. This isomorphism generalizes results of Givental, Iritani, and Fukaya-Oh-Ohta-Ono for toric manifolds and Coates-Lee-Corti-Tseng for weighted projective spaces. The proof uses a quantum version of Kirwan surjectivity and an equality of dimensions deduced using a toric minimal model program (tmmp). We show that there is a natural decomposition of the quantum cohomology where summands correspond to singularities in the tmmp, each giving rise to a collection of Hamiltonian non-displaceable tori.


          Quantum-classical correspondence on associated vector bundles over locally symmetric spaces. (arXiv:1710.04625v3 [math.SP] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Benjamin Küster, Tobias Weich

For a compact Riemannian locally symmetric space $\mathcal M$ of rank one and an associated vector bundle $\mathbf V_\tau$ over the unit cosphere bundle $S^\ast\mathcal M$, we give a precise description of those classical (Pollicott-Ruelle) resonant states on $\mathbf V_\tau$ that vanish under covariant derivatives in the Anosov-unstable directions of the chaotic geodesic flow on $S^\ast\mathcal M$. In particular, we show that they are isomorphically mapped by natural pushforwards into generalized common eigenspaces of the algebra of invariant differential operators $D(G,\sigma)$ on compatible associated vector bundles $\mathbf W_\sigma$ over $\mathcal M$. As a consequence of this description, we obtain an exact band structure of the Pollicott-Ruelle spectrum. Further, under some mild assumptions on the representations $\tau$ and $\sigma$ defining the bundles $\mathbf V_\tau$ and $\mathbf W_\sigma$, we obtain a very explicit description of the generalized common eigenspaces. This allows us to relate classical Pollicott-Ruelle resonances to quantum eigenvalues of a Laplacian in a suitable Hilbert space of sections of $\mathbf W_\sigma$. Our methods of proof are based on representation theory and Lie theory.


          Some Quantum-Mechanical Relations in case of singular operators and potentials. (arXiv:1806.01268v4 [quant-ph] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Anzor Khelashvili, Teimuraz Nadareishvili

Elaboration of some fundamental relations in three dimensional quantum mechanics is considered taking into account the restricted character of areas in radial distance. In such cases the boundary behavior of the radial wave function and singularity of operators at the origin of coordinates contribute to these relations. We derive the relation between the average value of the operator time derivative and the time derivative of mean value of this operator, which is usually considered to be the same by definition. The deviation from the known result is deduced and manifested by extra term, which depends on the boundary behavior mentioned above. The general form for this extra term takes place in the hypervirial like theorems. As a particular case, the virial theorem for Coulomb and oscillator potentials is considered and correction to the Kramers sum rule is derived. Moreover the corrected Ehrenfest theorem is deduced and its consistency with real physical picture is demonstrated.


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          On completion of the cone of CP linear maps with respect to the energy-constrained diamond norm. (arXiv:1810.10922v2 [math.FA] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: M.E.Shirokov

For a given positive operator $G$ we consider the cones of linear maps between Banach spaces of trace class operators characterized by the Stinespring-like representation with $\sqrt{G}$-bounded and $\sqrt{G}$-infinitesimal operators correspondingly. We prove the completeness of both cones w.r.t. the energy-constrained diamond norm induced by $G$ (as an energy observable) and the coincidence of the second cone with the completion of the cone of CP linear maps w.r.t. this norm.

We show that the sets of quantum channels and quantum operations are complete w.r.t. the energy-constrained diamond norm for any energy observable $G$.

Some properties of the maps belonging to the introduced cones are described. In particular, the corresponding generalization of the Kretschmann-Schlingemann-Werner theorem is obtained.

We also give a nonconstructive description of the completion of the set of all Hermitian-preserving completely bounded linear maps w.r.t. the ECD norm.


          Estos son los más de 600 juegos disponibles ya en PSNow en España      Cache   Translate Page      

Estos son los más de 600 juegos disponibles ya en PSNow en España#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Ha tardado más de lo deseado, pero PlayStation Now ya se puede disfrutar en España y lo único que necesitas para acceder al catálogo de más de 600 juegos (según la web oficial) son tres cosas: disponer de una PS4 o un PC, una conexión de internet y -lógicamente- al menos un mando.

Un servicio que significa acceso a una enorme colección instantánea de juegos, pero también la supondrá la puerta de entrada de títulos esenciales de PS2, PS3 (como Red Dead Redemption) y PS4 a los sistemas en los que es compatible. Por no hablar del hito de jugar a Bloodborne o The Last of Us en PC.

No está de mas recordar que PS Now da la opción de descargar los videojuegos de PS4 y PS2 directamente a la consola PS4 para poder jugar sin conexión y a la resolución nativa de cada título.

Dicho lo anterior, la pregunta es obvia: ¿a qué juegos tendré acceso por lo que cuesta una mensualidad? Bueno, está la opción de activar los siete días de prueba gratuita del servicio, aunque estamos seguros de el siguiente listado es mucho más práctico, sencillo y está ordenado por consola y alfabéticamente:

Lista con todos los juegos de PlayStation Now

Playstation Now

Títulos de PS4

Ps4

A

  • A Boy And His Blob
  • Abzû
  • Aces Of The Luftwaffe
  • Act It Out! A Game Of Charades
  • Action Henk
  • Adventure Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion
  • Agatha Christie: The Abc Murders
  • Air Conflicts: Vietnam Ultimate Edition
  • Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers
  • Alchemic Jousts
  • Alienation
  • Amazing Discoveries In Outer Space
  • Anomaly 2
  • Ape Escape 2 (Ps2 Classics)
  • Aragami
  • Atari Flashback Classics Vol 1
  • Assault Suit Leynos
  • Assetto Corsa

B

  • Back To Bed
  • Baja: Edge Of Control Hd
  • Baseball Riot
  • Batman - The Telltale Series - Episode 1: Realm Of Shadows
  • Battalion Commander
  • Battleborn
  • Battle Chasers: Nightwar
  • Battlefield Hardline
  • Battle Worlds Kronos
  • Ben 10
  • Beyond: Two Souls
  • Binaries
  • Black Mirror
  • Blazblue Chronophantasma Extend
  • Bloodborne
  • Blood Bowl 2
  • Bokosuka Wars II
  • Bound
  • Broken Age
  • Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons
  • The Bug Butcher
  • Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back

C

  • Carmageddon: Max Damage
  • Castle Invasion: Throne Out
  • Castlestorm Definitive Edition
  • Chess Ultra
  • Crimsonland
  • Clouds & Sheep 2
  • Croixluer Sigma

D

  • Dandara
  • Darksiders
  • Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition
  • Darksiders: Warmastered Edition
  • Day Of The Tentacle Remastered
  • Dead Nation Apocalypse
  • Dead Island: Definitive Edition
  • Dead Island: Retro Revenge
  • Deadlight: Director’s Cut
  • Defense Grid 2
  • Destroy All Humans!
  • Dirt 4
  • Dirt Rally
  • Disagaea 5: Alliance Of Vengeance
  • Divinity Original Sin - Enhanced Edition
  • Doki-Doki Universe
  • Don't Die, Mr. Robot!
  • Dungeons 2

E

  • Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow Of New Despair
  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
  • Electronic Super Joy
  • Entwined
  • Escape Plan
  • Eve: Valkyrie - Warzone
  • Eventide: Slavic Fable
  • Everybody's Gone To The Rapture
  • Evolve
  • Exile's End
  • Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky
  • Extreme Exorcism

F

  • Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force
  • Farming Simulator 17
  • Fat Princess Adventures
  • F1 2015
  • F1 2016
  • F1 2017
  • For Honor
  • Fluster Cluck

G

  • Garou: Mark Of The Wolves
  • Gem Smashers
  • Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Director's Cut
  • God Of War 3: Remastered
  • Grand Ages: Medieval
  • Gravity Rush Remastered
  • Grim Fandango
  • Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride
  • Guilty Gear Xrd -Revelator-

H

  • Hardware: Rivals
  • Heavy Rain
  • Helldivers
  • Hohokum
  • Hotel Transylvania 3 Monsters Overboard

I

  • In Space We Brawl
  • Ironcast

J, K

  • Joe Dever's Lone Wolf
  • Kickbeat Special Edition
  • Killzone Shadow Fall
  • Kingdom: New Lands
  • King Oddball
  • Knack
  • Krinkle Krusher
  • Kromaia Omega

L

  • Legend Of Kay Anniversary
  • Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
  • Leo's Fortune
  • Limbo
  • Lock's Quest
  • Locoroco Remastered
  • Lone Survivor: Director’s Cut
  • Lords Of The Fallen
  • Lost Sea
  • Lovely Planet

M

  • Mafia III
  • Magicka 2
  • Mantis Burn Racing
  • Mastercube
  • Megadimension Neptunia Vii
  • Metal Gear Solid Hd Collection
  • Metal Slug 3
  • Metro 2033 Redux
  • Metro: Last Light Redux
  • Minutes
  • Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae
  • Momonga Pinball Adventures
  • Mordheim: City Of The Damned
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • Mount & Blade: Warband
  • Mousecraft
  • Mxgp2 - The Official Motocross Videogame
  • Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics

N

  • Nba 2k18
  • N.E.R.O.: Nothing Ever Remains Obscure
  • Natural Doctrine
  • Nba 2k16
  • Need For Speed Rivals
  • Neon Chrome
  • Neurovoider
  • Nidhogg
  • Nightmares From The Deep: The Cursed Heart
  • Nom Nom Galaxy
  • No Time To Explain
  • Nova-111

O

  • Obliteracers
  • Olliolli
  • Olliolli2: Welcome To Olliwood
  • Omega Quintet
  • Overlord: Fellowship Of Evil

P

  • Pang Adventures
  • Payday 2
  • Pharaonic
  • Pillars Of Eternity: Complete Edition
  • Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic
  • Pixel Piracy
  • Plague Road
  • Poncho
  • Prey
  • Pumped Bmx +
  • Pure Chess
  • Pure Hold'em World Poker Championship
  • Pure Pool

Q

  • Q*Bert: Rebooted
  • Costume Quest 2

R

  • Raiden V: Director's Cut
  • Rebel Galaxy
  • Red Faction
  • Resogun
  • Reus
  • Risen 3: Titan Lords - Enhanced Edition

S

  • Saint’s Row Iv Re-Elected
  • Saint’s Row: Gat Out Of Hell
  • Seasons After Fall
  • Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo
  • Shadow Of The Beast
  • Shadwen
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter
  • Sine Mora Ex
  • Skyscrappers
  • Slime-San: Superslime Edition
  • Soul Axiom
  • Sound Shapes
  • Space Hulk
  • Sparkle 2
  • Sparkle Unleashed
  • Square Heroes
  • Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax
  • Stealth Inc Ultimate Edition
  • Stealth Inc 2: A Game Of Clones
  • Steep
  • Steredenn: Binary Stars
  • Styx: Master Of Shadows
  • Styx: Shards Of Darkness
  • Stick It To The Man
  • Strider
  • Strike Suit Zero: Director's Cut
  • Super Exploding Zoo!
  • Super Mega Baseball
  • Super Stardust Ultra
  • Super Star Wars
  • Super Toy Cars

T

  • Tearaway Unfolded
  • Tennis In The Face
  • Terraria
  • Teslagrad
  • The Dwarves
  • The Keeper Of 4 Elements
  • The Last Tinker: City Of Colors
  • The Metronomicon: Slay The Dance Floor
  • The Spectrum Retreat
  • The Swapper
  • The Swindle
  • The Town Of Light
  • The Treausres Of Montezuma 4
  • This War Of Mine: The Little Ones
  • Thomas Was Alone
  • Tiny Brains
  • Tiny Troopers Joint Ops
  • Toki Tori 2+
  • Tokyo Xanadu Ex+
  • Torment: Tides Of Numenera
  • Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity
  • Tour De France 2017
  • Tricky Towers
  • Tron Run/R
  • Tropico 5

U

  • Unfinished Swan
  • Ultratron
  • Ultra Street Fighter IV

V

  • Valentino Rossi The Game
  • Vegas Party
  • Velocibox
  • Velocity 2x
  • Victor Vran Overkill Edition
  • Vikings: Wolves Of Midgard

W

  • Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide
  • Wasteland 2: Director's Cut
  • Whispering Willows
  • World To The West
  • Wwe 2k16
  • Wwe 2k18

X, Y, Z

  • Xcom 2
  • Yesterday Origins
  • Ziggurat
  • Zombie Vikings

0-9

100ft Robot Golf

Títulos de PS3

PS3

A

  • Air Conflicts: Vietnam
  • Alchemic Jousts
  • Alex Kidd In The Miracle World
  • Alien Rage
  • Alien Spidy
  • Alpha Protocol
  • Altered Beast
  • Anarchy: Rush Hour
  • Anna Extended Edition
  • Anomaly Warzone Earth
  • Ar Nosurge
  • Arcana Heart 3

B

  • Bard's Gold
  • Batman: Arkham Asylum Game Of The Year
  • Batman: Arkham City
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • Battle Princess Of Arcadias
  • Battlefield 4
  • Battle Vs Chess
  • Bentley's Hackpack
  • Beyond: Two Souls + Advanced Experiments Dlc
  • Big Sky:Infinity
  • Bionic Commando Rearmed
  • Bionic Commando Rearmed 2
  • Bioshock
  • Bioshock 2
  • Bioshock Infinite
  • Black Knight Sword
  • Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War
  • Bladestorm - Nightmare
  • Blast 'Em Bunnies
  • Blazblue Calamity Trigger
  • Blazblue Chronophantasma
  • Blazblue Continuum Shift
  • Blazblue Continuum Shift Extend
  • Blazerush
  • Blood Knights
  • Bloodrayne Betrayal
  • Bodycount
  • Bolt
  • Bomberman Ultra
  • Borderlands 2 Ultimate Edition
  • Borderlands Game Of The Year Edition
  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Ultimate Edition
  • Bound By Flame
  • Braid
  • Brave
  • Brink

C

  • Capcom Arcade Cabinet: All-In-One-Pack
  • Cars 2 The Videogame
  • Cars Race-O-Rama
  • Castlevania: Harmony Of Dispair
  • Catherine
  • Cel Damage Hd
  • Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer
  • Contrast
  • Costume Quest 2
  • Counter Spy
  • Crash Commando
  • Crazy Taxi
  • Critter Crunch
  • Cuboid

D

  • Damnation
  • Dark Mist
  • Dark Void
  • Darkstalkers Resurrection
  • Daytona Usa
  • De Blob 2
  • Dead Island
  • Dead Island: Riptide
  • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate
  • Dead Space 3
  • Death Track: Resurrection
  • Deception Iv: The Nightmare Princess
  • Deception Iv: Blood Ties
  • .Detuned
  • Devil May Cry Hd Collection
  • Disgaea 3: Absence Of Justice
  • Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten
  • Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness
  • Disney Universe Ultimate Edition
  • Devil May Cry 4
  • Disney Epic Mickey: The Power Of Two
  • Don Bradman Cricket 14
  • Double Dragon Neon
  • Duke Nukem Forever
  • Dynamite Fishing - World Games
  • Dynasty Warriors 6
  • Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires
  • Dynasty Warriors 7
  • Dynasty Warriors 7 Empires
  • Dynasty Warriors 7 Xtreme Legends
  • Dynasty Warriors 8
  • Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

E

  • Earth's Dawn
  • Eat Them!
  • Echochrome
  • The Elder Scrolls Iv: Oblivion
  • Elefunk
  • Enigmatis 2: The Mists Of Ravenwood
  • Ethan: Meteor Hunter
  • Eufloria
  • Everybody's Golf
  • Everybody's Golf: World Tour

F

  • Fallout 3
  • Fallout: New Vegas
  • F.E.A.R. First Encounter Assault Recon
  • F1 2014
  • F1 Race Stars
  • Faery : Legends Of Avalon
  • Fat Princess
  • Fighting Vipers
  • Final Exam
  • Final Fight: Double Impact
  • The Final Station
  • Flow
  • Flower
  • Frogger Returns

G

  • Genji: Days Of The Blade
  • G-Force
  • Go! Puzzle
  • God Of War Ii Hd
  • God Of War Iii
  • God Of War Hd
  • God Of War: Ascension
  • God Of War: Chains Of Olympus Hd
  • God Of War: Ghost Of Sparta Hd
  • Golden Axe
  • Gravity Crash
  • Greg Hastings Paintball 2
  • Grid 2
  • Grid Autosport
  • Guacamelee!

H

  • Hakuoki: Stories Of The Shinsengumi
  • Hamilton's Great Adventure
  • Hamsterball Unleashed
  • Heavenly Sword
  • Heavy Fire Afghanistan
  • Hohokum
  • House Of The Dead 4
  • How To Survive
  • Hunted
  • Hunter's Trophy 2 - America
  • Hunter's Trophy 2 - Australia
  • Hustle Kings

I

  • Ico Classics Hd
  • Infamous
  • Infamous 2
  • Infamous: Festival Of Blood
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
  • Invizimals The Lost Kingdom

J

  • Jetpack Joyride Deluxe
  • Joe Danger 2: The Movie
  • Journey
  • Judge Dee - The City God Case
  • Jurassic Park: The Game - Episode 1
  • Jurassic Park: The Game - Episode 2
  • Jurassic Park: The Game - Episode 3
  • Jurassic Park: The Game - Episode 4

K

  • Killzone
  • Knytt Underground

L

  • Learning With The Pooyoos - Episode 1
  • Legasista
  • Lego Batman 2: Dc Super Heroes
  • Lego Batman: The Videogame
  • Lego Disney Pirates Of The Caribbean The Videogame
  • Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4
  • Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
  • Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
  • Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues
  • Limbo
  • Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
  • Lego Star Wars Iii: The Clone Wars
  • Lemmings
  • Linger In Shadows
  • Locoroco Cocoreccho
  • Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut
  • Lost Planet
  • Lost Planet 2
  • Lost Planet 3

M

  • Machinarium
  • Mafia 2
  • Magic Orbz
  • Magus
  • Mahjong Tales : Ancient Wisdom
  • Mars: War Logs
  • Mega Man 10
  • Mega Man 9
  • Metro: Last Light Complete Edition
  • Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns Of The Patriots
  • Mirror's Edge
  • Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: Lechuck’s Revenge
  • Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition
  • MotoGP 15
  • Motorcycle Club
  • Motorstorm Apocalypse
  • Motorstorm Rc Complete Edition
  • Mousecraft
  • Mx Vs Atv: Alive
  • Mx Vs Atv: Untamed
  • Mx Vs. Atv: Reflex
  • Mxgp – The Official Motocross Videogame

N

  • Nba 2k14
  • Nights Into Dreams
  • Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge
  • Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
  • Nobunaga's Ambition : Sphere Of Influence
  • Numblast

O

  • Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath Hd
  • Of Orcs And Men
  • Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
  • Operation Flashpoint: Red River
  • Order Up!!
  • Overlord II
  • Overlord Raising Hell

P, Q

  • Painkiller Hell & Damnation
  • Papo & Yo
  • Phineas And Ferb Across The 2nd Dimension
  • Pid
  • Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End
  • Pixeljunk Eden Fully Grown Edition
  • Pixeljunk Monsters Big Bite Edition
  • Pixeljunk Racers 2nd Lap
  • Pixeljunk Shooter
  • Pixeljunk Shooter 2
  • Pixeljunk Sidescroller
  • Pool Nation
  • Piyotama
  • Planet Minigolf
  • Planets Under Attack
  • Poker Night 2
  • Port Royale 3
  • Proteus
  • Puppeteer
  • Puzzle Agent
  • Quantum Theory

R

  • Rage
  • Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists Of Plastic
  • Ragnarok Odyssey Ace
  • Raiden Iv: Overkill
  • Rain
  • Rainbow Moon
  • Ratatouille
  • Ratchet & Clank All 4 One
  • Ratchet & Clank Nexus
  • Ratchet & Clank Q-Force
  • Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time
  • Ratchet & Clank:Quest For Booty
  • Realms Of Ancient War
  • Red Dead Redemption
  • Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare
  • Red Faction: Guerrilla
  • Red Johnson's Chronicles
  • Red Johnson's Chronicles - One Against All
  • Renegade Ops
  • Resident Evil Code:Veronica X
  • Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City
  • Resident Evil Revelations
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2
  • Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles
  • Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles
  • Resistance 3
  • Retro City Rampage Dx
  • Retro/Grade
  • Ricochet Hd
  • Ride
  • Riff: Everyday Shooter
  • Rise Of The Argonauts
  • Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken
  • Rotastic
  • R-Type Dimensions
  • Rune Factory Oceans
  • Runner 2: A Flat Out Run Of The Rhythm Alien

S

  • Sacred Citadel
  • Saints Row 2
  • Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space - Ep 1
  • Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space - Ep 2
  • Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space - Ep 3
  • Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space - Ep 4
  • Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space - Ep 5
  • Sam & Max The Devil's Playhouse - Ep 1
  • Sam & Max The Devil's Playhouse - Ep 2
  • Sam & Max The Devil's Playhouse - Ep 3
  • Sam & Max The Devil's Playhouse - Ep 4
  • Sam & Max The Devil's Playhouse - Ep 5
  • Samurai Warriors 4-Ⅱ
  • Samurai Warriors 4 Empires
  • Savage Moon
  • Shadow Of The Colossus Classics Hd
  • Shatter
  • Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution
  • Silent Hill Hd Collection
  • Siren Blood Curse
  • Skullgirls Encore
  • Sky Fighter
  • Skydive: Proximity Flight
  • Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time
  • Smash Cars
  • Snakeball
  • Sniper Elite V2
  • Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition
  • Sniper Ghost Warrior 2
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior
  • Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype
  • Soldner-X: Himmelssturmer
  • Sonic Adventure
  • Sonic CD
  • Sonic Generations
  • Sonic The Fighters
  • Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode Ii
  • Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1
  • Sonic Unleashed
  • Space Ace
  • Sparkle 2
  • Spec Ops: The Line
  • Spelunky
  • Split/Second Velocity
  • Starhawk
  • Starwhal
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Ii
  • Strider
  • Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People - Episode 1
  • Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People - Episode 2
  • Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People - Episode 3
  • Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People - Episode 4
  • Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People - Episode 5
  • Super Hang-On
  • Super Puzzle Fighter Ii Turbo Hd Remix
  • Syberia
  • Syberia 2

T

  • Tales From Space: About A Blob
  • Tales From The Borderlands - Episodes 1 & 2
  • Tales Of Monkey Island - Chapter 1
  • Tales Of Monkey Island - Chapter 2
  • Tales Of Monkey Island - Chapter 3
  • Tales Of Monkey Island - Chapter 4
  • Tales Of Monkey Island - Chapter 5
  • The Awakened Fate Ultimatum
  • The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2
  • The Darkness
  • The Darkness Ii
  • The Guided Fate Paradox
  • The House Of The Dead 3
  • The House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut
  • The King Of Fighters Xiii
  • The Last Guy
  • The Last Of Us
  • The Last Of Us: Left Behind
  • The Lego Movie Videogame
  • The Raven: Legacy Of A Master Thief
  • The Sly Trilogy
  • The Walking Dead Game Of The Year Edition
  • The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episodes 1 & 2
  • The Witch And The Hundred Knight
  • The Wolf Among Us
  • Titan Attacks!
  • Tokyo Jungle
  • Toy Home
  • Toybox Turbos
  • Toy Story Mania
  • Trash Panic
  • Trine
  • Trinity: Souls Of Zill O'll
  • Tron : Evolution
  • Truck Racer
  • Twisted Metal
  • Two Worlds II

U

  • Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
  • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
  • Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception Game Of The Year Edition
  • Urban Trial Freestyle

V

  • Velocity Ultra
  • Vessel
  • Virtua Fighter 2
  • Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown

W

  • Wakeboarding Hd
  • Warhawk
  • Warriors Orochi 3
  • Warriors: Legends Of Troy
  • Wet
  • When Vikings Attack!
  • White Knight Chronicles
  • White Knight Chronicles 2
  • Wrc 4 Fia World Rally Championship
  • Wrc 5 Fia World Rally Championship
  • Wwe 2k15

X, Y, Z

  • X Blades
  • Xcom: Enemy Within
  • Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z
  • Yakuza 4
  • Yakuza 5
  • Yamayama
  • Zen Pinball 2
  • Zeno Clash 2
  • Zombie Tycoon 2 - Brainhov's Revenge

Títulos de PS2

PS2

A

  • Ape Escape 2
  • Arc The Lad: Twilight Of The Spirits

D

  • Dark Chronicle
  • Dark Cloud

E

  • Everybody's Tennis

F

  • Fantavision
  • Forbidden Siren

K

  • Kinetica

O

  • Okage: Shadow King

P

  • Primal

R

  • Red Faction
  • Rogue Galaxy

W

  • Wild Arms 3

Por último, es posible contratar el servicio PS Now desde la la PlayStation Store de PS4 la página web de PlayStation, donde encontraremos dos alternativas de suscripción:

PS Now
  • Una suscripción mensual de 14,99 euros.
  • Una suscripción anual (12 meses) de 99,99 euros.

A lo que hay que sumar siete días de juego gratuito para que pruebes el servicio. Te dejamos con el tráiler oficial de PlayStation Now.

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This very special 73% off bundle contains 25 Skirmisher Publishing OGL titles, including its just-released "Spontaneous Generation Monsters," its Platinum bestselling "Experts"; its "Men & Monsters of Polynesia," "Noble Wild," "Insults & Injuries," "Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars," "Mutant Plant Monsters," and "Moat Monsters" sourcebooks; three "Six Spells" collections; and lots more.

The Noble Wild
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A 2008 ENnie Award Nominee! This exciting book introduces comprehensive rules for playing intelligent animals in a wide variety of game settings and situations. It will be popular with everyone from groups that want to try all-animal or mixed animal/humanoid parties, to players who want to expand the options for their animal companions and familiars, to game masters who are looking for interesting and unexpected foes to run against their players. Features of this "Animal Player’s Handbook" include: Statistics for more than 60 playable species of noble animal; Modifications and additions to existing classes, skills, and feats appropriate to animal characters; A new basic character class, the Greater Familiar; Eight new Prestige Classes, including the Man-Eater a...

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This is a free accessory for the The Noble Wild, Skirmisher Publishing's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook." Custom features of this four-page set of character sheets include spaces for rules innovations like Boons and Deeds, as well as types of attacks and damage characteristic of animals. They have been formatted specifically for use with the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild but are also suitable for use with the OGL edition of The Noble Wild. ...

Adventures in Wonderland: A Sourcebook for OGL Roleplaying Games
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Welcome to Wonderland, a strange, sometimes creepy alternate world that incorporates aspects of a fairytale land, the elements of children's nightmares, and a demi-plane of chaos! This OGL sourcebook is inspired by the works of Lewis Carroll, including his Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and a number of poems. It includes: * More than 20 monsters and NPCs native to Wonderland. * Chapters of Wonderland Skills, Feats, Spells, and Magic Items. * A Wonderland Gazeteer * Wonderland Adventure Hooks * Tables for selecting Random Wonderland Items...

Claws of the Sirocco ('Noble Wild' Bonus Content)
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This download includes “Claws of the Sirocco” a bonus Deed for Skirmisher Publishing’s The Noble Wild, an “Animal Player’s Handbook” for the OGL system games. Deeds are magical abilities acquired by animal characters through the performance of heroic actions. ...

Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars: Shadows of a Dying World (An OGL Guide to Monsters, Races, and Beasts)
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Set on the red planet not as it exists, but as people at the turn of the 20th century thought it might be, Shadows of a Dying World is drawn from the Mars series of Edgar Rice Burroughs and presents creatures from his world in game terms. Its contents are compatible with any games that use the OGL system and can be inserted into them in whole or in part.  On this Mars, elegant city-states rise along the banks of world-spanning canals, luxurious airships ply the thin atmosphere, feisty princesses and feckless nobles are menaced by killers of the drear dried-up sea-beds, and skilled swordsmen defend dynasties that have ruled for aeons. Despite both wondrous technology and mysterious mental abilities developed beyond the comprehension of Earthlings, however, the most farsighte...

Experts v.3.5
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Experts v.3.5 takes the concept of the Expert non-player-character class briefly described in the Dungeon Master’s Guide and gives it unprecedented depth and playability. This 176-page book includes: * More than 30 fully detailed Expert types, including the Alchemist, Blacksmith, Courtesan, Merchant, Miner, Navigator, Physician, Sage, Sailor, and Weaponmaker. * The Specialist, a new basic character class that players can use to create versatile “adventuring Experts” of any sort. * Guild Master, Militia Leader, and Spellcrafter prestige classes, the latter of which can allow Experts, Specialists, and other characters to gain specialized magical abilities that they can use to enhance their mundane abilities. * More than 100 skills, incl...

Gnoll Crocuta Spells: A Supplement to ‘Tests of Skill’
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The Gnoll Crocuta is a highly detailed, 10-level OGL v.3.5 prestige class that is presented in the Skirmisher Publishing adventure sourcebook Tests of Skill. This publication has been created both for use by owners of that publication and by people who might enjoy introducing some of the often-dark spells available to Crocutaea into their own campaigns. It contains 13 new spells, all of which originally appeared in Skirmisher’s OGL book Warriors but which have been updated and revised here. Tests of Skill is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded version of the innovative OGL adventure module and sourcebook originally released as a version 3.0 publication and intended as a companion volume to Experts v.3.5<...

Insults & Injuries: A Role-Playing Game Sourcebook for Medical Maladies
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You have never read a game book quite like this one! Written by a practicing medical doctor, Insults & Injuries presents real world illnesses in OGL 3.5 system game terms. Why afflict characters with “filth fever” when you can give them rabies, the black plague, or the flu? Within this sourcebook, you will find dozens of sicknesses that your players already know and fear in a format that allows them to be easily and realistically brought into your games. You will also find expanded rules for more effective non-magical healing. This detailed book is divided into an introduction, 13 chapters, and five appendices and includes: * Rules for more than 50 diseases and disorders, their game effects, and how they can be treated by both mundane and magical means. * A ...

Men & Monsters of Polynesia
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One of the most fascinating regions of our own world is most assuredly Polynesia, a vast triangular area in the Pacific Ocean that encompasses Hawaii, New Zealand, Easter Island, Samoa, and Tahiti. This area is home to numerous creatures and beings that can be readily adapted for use in role-playing games and used either in conjunction with campaigns that have a South Seas flavor or as part of one-off encounters.  This sourcebook contains descriptions and game stats for more than a dozen monsters from this huge, varied region and notes on existing monsters that might also be encountered within it. It includes both actual creatures and those derived from myths, legends, folklore, reports from explorers, and other sources, and is inspired by the author’s personal adventures and...

Moat Monsters: A Sourcebook for OGL RPGs
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In most fantasy settings, castles and cities are vital components of civilization, and many of these rely on moats for defense. These large ditches are usually filled with water and meant to stop attackers from reaching the outer walls. Although this tactic was successful in real world history, traditional moats are not as effective in fantasy worlds because of the existence of magic. To counter this and thwart fantasy-world invaders, moats could be filled with different materials and energies, or even populated with monsters.  This sourcebook contains 20 monsters specifically designed to be ideal for occupying moats and enhancing their natural functions, along with ideas on other ways moats can be made more lethal first lines of defense for fortifications. Monsters in it are stat'...

Mutant Plant Monsters
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It is possible to use plant creatures much more effectively than usual by using some real plant biology in conjunction with new mutations, and this publication shows how to do that.  “Mutant Plant Monsters” includes 80 plant mutations, discussions of plant strengths and weaknesses, and six sample monsters that demonstrate how to use the various elements that appear in this sourcebook.  Material in this publication was written specifically for the Mutant Future retroclone of Gamma World and can be used as-is with it and any other sci-fi, fantasy, or post-apocalyptic games that use the "Basic" version of the OGL system, and easily adapted to other games using the same core rules. It was written by prolific game developer Derek Holland. ...

New Golems of the Labyrinth
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Of all the creatures found guarding hoards of lost treasure, Golems — constructs created by powerful spell casters from specific sorts of materials — are among the most interesting and dangerous. Some might even constitute treasure in and of themselves.  Golems crafted from materials like clay, flesh, stone, iron, amber, bone, bronze, and wood are familiar to the players of OGL-based games, but they represent just a narrow glimpse of the possibilities for such creatures. This mini-sourcebook contains 10 new sorts of Golems, all of them are very different from the basic models and some of them pretty weird, that GMs may find useful in making their campaigns more interesting and unpredictable. They include the Cerebral, Ectoplasm, Flesh-and-Blood, Gas ...

Noble Animal Spell Lists
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This free download includes complete replacement spell lists for the various character classes customized for use with the bestselling Noble Wild “Animal Player’s Handbook,” which was nominated for an ENnie award in the “Best Monster or Adversary” category. In addition to old spells that function as normal, the lists in this supplement also include both existing spells that have been added to a particular spellcaster list or had their levels adjusted for noble animal characters, and the new spells that are fully described in The Noble Wild chapter on Magic and Spells.  This free supplement has been created for use with the OGL edition of the Noble Wild but can also be easily used in conjunction with the Pathfind...

Nuisances: Director's Cut
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FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY Nuisances: Director’s Cut is unlike any other fantasy RPG sourcebook! It is a tribute to the early years of fantasy roleplaying games, a parody of the current state of the genre, a guide to an alternate and more fun style of play, a manual for keeping cocky and annoying players off balance, and a poignant philosophical expression of the post-modern, 21st century worldview. It includes: * Hundreds of aggravating and awful and things that can happen to players! * Scores of defective items! * Unfortunate NPC personality traits! * Many, many random d100, d12, and other Random Tables! * 49 unsavory Feats, as well as a section on Subtypes! * 59 character Defects! * Rules on glasses and problems associated with wearing them! * 31 cursed and ...

Prickly Customers: Porcupine & Hedgehog PCs for 'The Noble Wild'
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This download contains free bonus content for the "The Noble Wild," Skirmisher Publishing's Ennie Award-nominated "Animal Player's Handbook," including two new player character species/classes, the Hedgehog and Porcupine, a new deed tree, and a new spell!  This material has been formatted specifically for use with the Pathfinder edition of The Noble Wild but is also easily used with the OGL edition of The Noble Wild. ...

Quantum Flux: Unique Superscience Artifacts
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With his second law, that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” Arthur C. Clarke articulated a concept that could have been a shadowy undercurrent in the wider consciousness for centuries, possibly even millennia. All the items in this book were designed with two ideas in mind: they were created using Ancient technology so advanced that it seems like magic and they’ve gone through Hell since the apocalypse. Damaged, jury-rigged, infested with nanites and parasites, warped by energy, rebuilt by insane machines — these are the kinds of changes that make these artifacts dangerous, unpredictable, and, above all, unique. Quantum Flux contains 86 unique superscience artifacts suitable for use in any modern, sci-fi, or post-apoca...

Six Spells: Festivities
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This title contains six spells related to festivities, celebrations, and holidays! They are formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Six Spells: Festivities
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Many games focus solely on the combat aspects of magic, but in a fantasy world such powers can do almost anything. Spellcasters from more peaceful magical traditions might specialize in promoting health and the social good, often using the six spells described in this publication to enliven harvest festivals and other celebrations (but crafty players could, of course, use them in many situations). "Six Spells: Festivities" is stat'ed for the "Basic version of the d20/OGL game system and can be used as-is or easily adapted for any RPGs using the same core rules. ...

Six Spells: Lizardfolk
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Lizardfolk are a primitive swamp-dwelling people that are considered to be more in touch with nature than most of the other humanoid races. Their shamans have, accordingly, developed a number of useful spells to help them survive and thrive in an environment that most consider hostile. This title contains six spells formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Six Spells: Monster-Making
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This title contains six spells related to studying, altering, and creating creatures. They are formatted so as to be compatible with any games using the sorts of basic fantasy role-playing game rules developed starting in the 1970s. They can be used as-is with games like Goblinoid Games’ Labyrinth Lord and Mutant Future and can be easily modified and expanded for use with successor systems like OGL or other games altogether. ...

Spontaneous Generation Monsters
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Spontaneous generation, the idea that life can arise from non-living matter, is one of several obsolete biological concepts that can be used in fantasy games to provide a storyteller with more options for monster and setting design. This concept can include living creatures that, by modern definition, are not biological, such as those made of glass or metal. There are at least three forms of spontaneous generation and these are all covered in this mini-sourcebook. Happenstance due to magical laws is the first and the most similar to the historical definition of spontaneous generation. Alchemy is the use of natural laws to create creatures through spontaneous generation by mortals. Divine intervention involves creation of monsters when circumstances fit the requirements dictated by a god...

Tests of Skill v.3.5: An OGL Adventure and Sourcebook
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Tests of Skill v.3.5 is thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded version of the innovative OGL adventure module and sourcebook originally released as a version 3.0 publication and intended as a companion volume to Experts v.3.5. This edition has been expanded by 24 pages, had its character and monster stats corrected and revised, and had added to it one new encounter, one new scenario, one new scenario outline, a section on Defects and how to use them in the game, and numerous other elements. It is intended to be enjoyed both by people familiar with the previous version and those completely new to it. Tests of Skill v.3.5 is designed to entertain and challenge players through scenarios and encounters that can be overcome optimally through role-playing, skill use, a...

The Jester Dragon's Guide to Defects
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Even as characters can have Feats that give them particular aptitudes and enhance their various skills and capabilities, so too can they suffer from Defects that negatively affect their ability to function. Such Defects can be used to make games more fun and unpredictable, and even more plausible. The Jester Dragon’s Guide to Defects is a complete sourcebook that details hundreds of character flaws, mental disorders, physical abnormalities, medical conditions, and outright quirks that DMs and players can use to liven up their characters and campaigns. This book contains: * More than 230 Defects, from minor faults to fatal flaws. * Defects appropriate for any genre, including High Fantasy, Swords-and-Sorcery, and Space Opera. * Innovative “Metagame” Defects...

Updated Animal Familiars: An OGL Supplement Inspired by ‘The Noble Wild’ Animal Player’s Handbook
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This booklet is dedicated to expanding the options for familiars available to arcane spellcasters like Sorcerors and Wizards and is inspired by a number of the concepts introduced in Skirmisher Publishing LLC’s ENnie-nominated The Noble Wild. This book, an “Animal Player’s Handbook,” presents a detailed system for incorporating viable animal characters into a either traditional or animal-oriented OGL campaign. Some of the material in this publication was developed as addenda to The Noble Wild and some of it appears in the current edition of that book. Collectively, however, this material has applications that can be applied outside of the system presented in The Noble Wild. And so, we have created Updated Animal Familiars as a means bo...

Warriors: A Comprehensive OGL Sourcebook for Fantasy Role-Playing Games
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Warriors is a comprehensive OGL sourcebook for fantasy role-playing games that expands upon the description of the Warrior class in the Dungeon Master’s Guide. It is an invaluable resource both for game masters who want to expand the variety and realism of combat encounters and martial non-player characters and for players who want to enhance the military and combat capabilities of their own characters. Features include: 16 military prestige classes, including the Aerial Cavalryman, Charioteer, Combat Engineer, Executioner, Marine, Mechanist Infantry, Mountaineer, and Sheriff. More than 30 military subtypes, including archers, artillerists, cavalrymen, beast handlers, infantrymen, medics, pathfinders, peasant levies, and templars. Nine non-military subtypes, ...

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Topological materials are solids with nontrivial topology in their electronic band structures. The periodic lattice of atoms in solids limits the electrons in a compact reciprocal lattice space and leads to nontrivial band topology in both insulators and metals, namely topological insulators and topological semimetals. Band inversion is an intuitive picture for understanding the underlying physics since it is related with Berry phase and Berry curvature of bands. How to find a material with nontrivial band topology had been a quite elusive and difficult task. However, some exotic and abnormal physical phenomena related with nontrivial band topology have been noticed and successfully applied for locating the exact topological materials, which includes a large band gap two-dimensional TIs in ZrTe5, the first Dirac semimetal Na3Bi and the first Weyl semimetal TaAs. These discoveries have greatly advanced the whole field of topological quantum states. Recently, the band inversion have been found to be efficiently identified with symmetry indicators formed by irreducible representation of bands at high symmetrical momenta, which can be calculated through first-principles. High throughput calculation of known non-magnetic materials is thus performed and thousands compounds have been identified to have nontrivial band topology.   


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From Boltzmann to quantum theory, from Einstein to loop quantum gravity, our understanding of time has been undergoing radical transformations. Carlo Rovelli brings together physics, philosophy and art to unravel the mystery of time. Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibe Watch the Q&A: https://youtu.be/FIgYmNYXMas Time is a mystery that does not cease to puzzle us. Philosophers, artists and poets have long explored its meaning while scientists have found that its structure is different from the simple intuition we have of it. Time flows at a different speed in different places, the past and the future differ far less than we might think, and the very notion of the present evaporates in the vast universe. Carlo Rovelli is a theoretical physicist who has made significant contributions to the physics of space and time. He has worked in Italy and the US, and is currently directing the quantum gravity research group of the Centre de physique théorique in Marseille, France. His books 'Seven Brief Lessons on Physics' and 'Reality Is Not What It Seems' are international bestsellers translated into forty-one languages. This talk and Q&A was filmed in the Ri on 30 April 2018. --- Thank you for our Patreon supporters who help us make more videos like this: Alan Delos Santos, ... === Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6rWqJhDv7M Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 13 Mar 2019 00:34:33 GMT Available for 30 days after download
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The second generation Fujitsu Digital Annealer is now enabling organizations to make a rapid and affordable leap to solve complex combinatorial optimization problems – enabling breakthroughs in areas such as optimizing manufacturing processes, minimizing traffic congestion and enabling financial services providers to align investment portfolios against ever-changing risk landscapes. Powered by pioneering quantum -inspired technology, the Fujitsu Digital Annealer delivers unprecedented disruptive new solutions including prioritizing rollout locations for next-generation mobile networks to maximize customer uptake, drug discovery, and molecular
          Physicists reverse time using quantum computer - EurekAlert      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. Physicists reverse time using quantum computer  EurekAlert
  2. Scientists ‘reverse time’ with quantum computer in breakthrough study  The Independent
  3. Move over Doctor Who: Scientists have 'time machine'  Daily Mail
  4. Doctor Who? Physicists have built their own 'time machine'  Metro.co.uk
  5. Scientists Have Reversed Time in a Quantum Computer  Newsweek
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          Maybe Quantum Mechanics is On to Something      Cache   Translate Page      
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Data transmission at 1300 nm using optical interposer comprising hybrid integrated silicon waveguide and dilute nitride electroabsorption modulator Sheehan, Robert N.; Guina, Mircea; Viheriälä, Jukka; Isoaho, Riku; Harjanne, Mikko; Azarello, Francesco; Yang, Mingqi; Malacarne, Antonio; Aalto, Timo; Peters, Frank H. High speed back-to-back transmission of NRZ data at 12.5 Gbit/s was achieved over a repeaterless optical network without the use of forward error correction or optical clock recovery using a hybrid integrated silicon photonics optical interconnect. The interconnect comprises an electroabsorption modulator based on dilute nitride multiple quantum well material on GaAs substrate optically coupled to large core silicon waveguide using passive alignment and flip-chip bonding.
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          Russians Invent ‘Time Machine’ Capable Of Moving Tiny Particles A Fraction Of A Second Into The Past      Cache   Translate Page      

A plane flying in front of the moon.

A “time machine” capable of rewinding the clock by a fraction of a second has been built in Russia, scientists have claimed.

The longest journey begins with the smallest step, and although this new machine does not seem capable of the same magnificent feats of physical impossibility, as, say, “Doc” Emmett Brown’s modified and plutonium-powered DeLorean in the Back to the Future series, it’s still pretty impressive stuff.

The Daily Mail reports that researchers have branded the device as capable of moving particles in the opposite direction of “Time’s arrow.”

It’s heady stuff, but then again, quantum physics always is. The Russian team who seek to command time and make it their plaything have bragged that they have basically defied the second law of thermodynamics.

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          Quantum Buzz      Cache   Translate Page      
C60 with isosurface of ground-state electron density as calculated with DFT.

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The Loh Down On Science

Hate crowds? Need your “personal space?” Negatively charged electrons do too!  

This is Sandra Tsing Loh with the Loh Down on Science.

To understand electrons, scientists have developed a special technique called density functional theory - D-F-T for short.  D-F-T is used to predict how electron crowds move in an unknown material.  Could this be used to predict how living things move too?

Meet Professor Tomas Arias of Cornell University.  His team let fruit flies loose and tracked how they moved.  Then, they pretended the flies were electrons and applied D-F-T.

Turns out, crowds of creatures AND crowds of electrons follow similar behavior rules.  D-F-T accurately predicted how the flies would spread into a new space.

They could even detect the flies’ overall mood!  Flies that are hungry and frustrated buzz around differently. D-F-T could tell the difference.

The ability to detect subtle changes in movement patterns could be important for monitoring human crowds.  A frustrated -- or hungry -- crowd might turn into an angry mob.  Density functional theory could warn us before this happens!

There’s certainly a lot of BUZZ around this discovery!

 

This content is from Southern California Public Radio. View the original story at SCPR.org.


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           Job Posting: Tenured Full Professor, Tenure-Track Associate Professor, Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Post-Doc       Cache   Translate Page      

Job Posting: Tenured Full Professor, Tenure-Track Associate Professor, Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Post-Doc
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China

The School of Cyber Science and Engineering of Shanghai Jiao Tong University was founded in October 2000. It was the first school-level training base for high-level information security professionals in China and was jointly established by the Ministry of Education of China, the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, and the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government. In order to dock the international academic frontiers and national development strategies, the key research areas of school\'s planning include: 1) Theory of Cryptography and Algorithms, 2) Quantum Computing and Post-quantum Cryptography, 3) Software and System Security, 4) Hardware and Embedded System Security, 5) Security Architecture, 6) Information Content Security, 7) Artificial Intelligence Security, 8) Cloud Security and Big Data Privacy Protection, 9) Industrial Internet, Wireless Network and Internet of Things Security, 10) Blockchain and Financial Security.

The school now has 20 open positions on the cyberspace security including 1) tenured full professors, 2) tenure-track associate professors, 3) tenure-track assistants professors, 4) full-time research fellows and postdoctoral. Applicants should have (a) a doctoral degree in Computer Science, Electronic Engineering, Communication, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics closely related to cyberspace security; (b) an established track record in research and scholarship; (c) expertise in the abovementioned 10 strategic research areas; and (d) a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching. We sincerely invite academic talents engaged in research related to cyberspace security from both abroad and domestic to join us. The school will provide highly competitive remuneration packages, superior research conditions and high-quality graduate students. We will assist to apply for various national, provincial and ministerial level talent programs. The university will also assist on employment of spouses, schooling for children and medical care.

Please refer to the link: http://english.seiee.sjtu.edu.cn/english/info/14810.htm

Closing date for applications: 15 August 2019

Contact: Dawu GU, Professor/Head of School of the CSE

Email: dwgu (at) sjtu.edu.cn


          Nadšenec zprovoznil Half-Life na osmi starých grafických čipech VooDoo 2      Cache   Translate Page      
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TheeRaccoon působící na fórech [H]ardOCP sehnal rovnou čtyři grafické karty Quantum3D 200SBI, z nichž každá využívá rovnou dva grafické čipy VooDoo 2. Máme tu tak celkem osm čipů. Jak na nich běží Half-Life? 

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Die Schöpfer von Max Payne und Quantum Break wollen es mit Control ein weiteres Mal wissen. Remedy hat aber bis zum heutigen Tag keinen Termin für Control verraten. Jetzt aber gibt es zumindest ein Zeitfenster, für das Control angesetzt worden ist. Remedy verriet, dass Control diesen Sommer für Xbox One und PS4 erscheinen soll. Ein …
          IBM Introduces ‘Quantum Volume’ to Track Progress Towards the Quantum Age      Cache   Translate Page      
Quantum computing companies are racing to squeeze ever more qubits into their devices, but is this really a solid sign of progress? IBM is proposing a more holistic measure it calls “quantum volume” (QV) that it says gives a better indication of how close we are to practical devices. Creating quantum computers that can solve […]
          2013: ILHAM CHESS IN REVIEW      Cache   Translate Page      
THE QUIET PART
...me and my wife when went our separate ways in end 2012. As such in 2013... every afternoon, going back to my empty home with no Astro, no TV, half broken laptop (heck, i do not have even a proper radio!) and no kids laughter to greet me...not an easy period, i have to admit... but i guess rather than thinking about it....i guess i better use this quiet period by studying chess.

...during this time i managed to finish about ten chess books from cover to cover ( Capablanca’s Chess Fundamentals, Euwe’s Judgement and Planning in Chess, Chernev’s Most Instructive Chess Games, Franco’s Chess Self Improvement etc)

...i also managed to half finished a dozen of chess books ( My System, Study Chess with Tal etc)...fully intent to finish these books this year. Amin!

...most of it is a classic books...with the idea of building up my basic chess foundations (at young age of 39!)

...its really a quiet period of my life...suddenly i found that i study chess not only to remember the theory but also to forget all the memory...the painful memory. 

THE NOT SO QUIET PART
...just when i planned to have a faithful relationship and undivided devotion to Chernev’s, Nunn’s, Nimzovitch’s etc, suddenly i found myself being seduce by Ayn Rand’s, Twan Eng’s and my usual mid night partners (Grisham’s, Crichton’s, Archer’s, Puzo’s etc)

...and also all of sudden i found my interest zip zap everywhere...from Theology to Teohlogy...from Mexican’s marathon runners to Blackjack strategy...from Quantitative Trader to Quantum Physic....its just everywhere (pss...i also read Richard Dawkins' book!..just curious to know about the arguments from ‘the other side’)

...and yes, i bought 42 inches TV two months ago at RM1500 ( Finally!...after  surviving a year without TV and after bargaining for half an hour from original price of RM1800)...feel damn good about it (Ha ha...big TV at RM1500...) but later discovered same TV set is priced at RM1200 at Jusco...Grrrr

With this TV suddenly i found my interest change again...now my aim is to watch all the movies under Top 100 Movies of All Time (so far manage to achieve 20 % success...ET, Godfather, Casablanca, Gone with the winds, Star Wars, 2001:Space Odyssey etc)...still have like 80 films to go...sigh!

...Well, all these (and the friendly calls, SMSes, comments on this blog, e-mails...you know who i am referring to here and for that TQVM) help me went through this lonely chapter...

...and all above (Books, Films) i guess is good to make me a more ‘rounded’ person but it comes at the cost of my chess study....how?

TO CUT A LONG STORY SHORT....
Chess wise...I consider 2013 as a successful year for me...i manage to increase my ELO Rating from 1994 to 2023 (highest at 2034...before Malaysian Open...before Nafisa Muminova), a gain of 29 points in one calendar year.

Well, progressing at a cruising speed of 29 points a year, i should be an IM in 10 years time and a GM in 20 years time...just in time for that GM BY 58! (...or maybe not, in future good chances that IM and GM ‘marks’ will be move forward to reflect the inflation) 

...In 2013, in most of the tournaments i manage to perform better than my seeding (my usual bench mark) and as a result i manage to gain positive return on my entrance fee investment...sometimes double or triple it (though occassionally zero or negative returns).

My biggest ‘win’ is RM500 cash...not due to top finishing but via winning lucky draw for eligible contestant at one of the INSOFAR events!

Ha! ha! I love Insofar events! Full of surprises! :)

Next Posting: MALAYSIAN CHESS: WHAT TO WATCH IN 2014. 

          Business Development Manager, Quantum Computing - Amazon Web Services, Inc. - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Support Tools Developer - Pure Storage - Lehi, UT      Cache   Translate Page      
The world is experiencing a revolution driven by next-generation technology like AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing, and self-driving cars...
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The world is experiencing a technological revolution driven by AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing and self-driving cars -- all of which...
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The world is experiencing a technological revolution driven by AI, machine learning, virtual reality, quantum computing and self-driving cars -- all of which...
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          Senior Claims Consultant - Property - Lockton, Inc. - Houston, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
Communicate with the Lockton business unit or series on all claim issues including analytics, policy issues, claim development and quantum....
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          Senior Data Scientist - Predictive Enterprise Group - Neudesic LLC - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine Learning Solutions:. The explosion of big data, machine learning and cloud computing power creates an opportunity to make a quantum leap forward in...
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          Solution Architect - Data & Analytics - Neudesic LLC - New York, NY      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine Learning Solutions:. The explosion of big data, machine learning and cloud computing power creates an opportunity to make a quantum leap forward in...
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          Industrial Control Technician - New York City DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION - Queens, NY      Cache   Translate Page      
(IFX and Wonderware, Rockwell Software (RS) Logix 5000, In Touch Modicon Quantum). Establish and maintain internal security controls to protect data integrity... $74,395 - $116,126 a year
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          NSBE Intern- National Society of Black Engineers 2019 National Convention - Visa - Detroit, MI      Cache   Translate Page      
Strong research experiences and publication record in machine learning and/or data mining, advanced cryptography, systems security, blockchain and quantum...
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          Quantum Algorithm Researcher - Ford Motor Company - Dearborn, MI      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience in implementing quantum algorithms using Quantum assembly language programming. Conduct independent and team-based research to develop quantum...
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          Mid-Level Storage Engineer - ProObject - Annapolis Junction, MD      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience with Quantum and Dell backup hardware. Experience with VMware and configuring backend storage for virtual machines....
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          The Quantum Magician by Derek Kunsken      Cache   Translate Page      
The Quantum Magician by Derek Künsken published 2018 Where I got it: purchased new . . . . . . . . Belisarius Arjona gets bored easily.  A homo quantus, he’s able to enter a savant trance to access the quantum computing parts of his brain, giving him the ability (and undeniable urge) to understand […]
          IBM Introduces ‘Quantum Volume’ to Track Progress Towards the Quantum Age      Cache   Translate Page      
Quantum computing companies are racing to squeeze ever more qubits into their devices, but is this really a solid sign of progress? IBM is proposing a more holistic measure it calls “quantum volume” (QV) that it says gives a better indication of how close we are to practical devices. Creating quantum computers that can solve […]
          Квантов експеримент доказа, че обективната реалност не съществува      Cache   Translate Page      

Физиците отдавна подозират, че квантовата механика дава възможност на двама наблюдатели да виждат различни противоречиви реалности. Сега тези реалности бяха наблюдавани експериментално. През 1961 година американският физик Юджин Уигнър проведе мислен експеримент, с който демонстрира един от парадоксите на квантовата механика. Той показа, че странната природа на Вселената дава възможност на два наблюдателя – да […]

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          Vizio’s Best 2018 Inch 4K HDR TV Just Got A Huge Price Drop (but with a catch)      Cache   Translate Page      

Stephan Jukic – March 12, 2019 The Vizio P-Series Quantum 4K HDR LCD TV is one of the best that the company has ever created and is also one of the single most absolutely impressive 4K LCD HDR TVs made since 2018. We really mean this: The Quantum isn’t at all like Vizio’s ordinary 4K HDR […]

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Discovery of Fractional Quantum Hall Effect in a strained Germanium semiconductor indicates superior quality of epitaxial material and offers the simplest system to research quantum physics.


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The discovery suggests a new area of experimentation in 1D systems, particularly direct measurement of the charge, with implications for possible schemes of topological quantum information processing.


          Two-Target Responsive Reversible Ratiometric pH Nanoprobe: A White Light Emitting Quantum Dot Complex      Cache   Translate Page      
Chem. Commun., 2019, Accepted Manuscript
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Herein we report the use of a white light emitting quantum dot complex (comprised of orange emitting Mn2+-doped ZnS quantum dot and greenish-blue emitting zinc-quinolate complex) as a two-target responsive...
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          The most detailed ‘Avengers: Endgame’ theory we’ve ever seen could be packed with spoilers      Cache   Translate Page      
With less than a month and a half to go before Avengers: Endgame finally hits theaters around the world, fans are really kicking things into high gear. Captain Marvel was released this past weekend and it's the final piece of the puzzle that we'll see before the epic conclusion arrives for the current phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe films. It's been a heck of a ride so far, needless to say, and Avengers: Infinity War has set the stage for what will undoubtedly be the most action-packed Marvel movie to date. In fact, a recent interview with the Russo brothers revealed that Avengers 4 might be packed with so much action that the final runtime could end up being around 3 hours long. Apart from all that inevitable action, Avengers: Endgame is also expected to be the most elaborate tale that Marvel has ever told. We've seen leaks time and time again that suggest time travel will play a big role in the new movie. Beyond that, the movie could also introduce alternate dimensions that our favorite heroes end up accessing via the Quantum Realm. We've seen the Avengers team's new costumes leak time and time again, and they look just like the suit Hank Pym wore when he entered the Quantum Realm in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Thanks to those leaks and more, we're now privy to the most detailed Avengers: Endgame theory we've ever seen. We know Avengers 4 is going to involve time travel, and there are countless clues that suggest Dr. Strange bounced around through time to ensure the events of the Avengers' battle with Thanos unfolded in a very particular way. He might have even created a time loop similar to the one he used to defeat Dormammu in order to give himself enough time to get everything done. Now, Reddit user "copydawg83" has taken all the leaks we've seen and all the most believable Avengers: Endgame theories to compile what is undoubtedly the most extensive collection of Endgame theories we've ever seen. It's obviously not all going to be accurate, but there's a very good chance he nailed at least a few solid spoilers considering all the evidence we've seen out there. The action in Avengers: Endgame will obviously focus on undoing the damage Thanos did when he snapped his fingers and wiped out half of all like in the universe. Wait, did we say "the" universe? Perhaps we should have said "a" universe, because this Redditor believes that Avengers 4 won't simply transition us to the next phase of the MCU. Instead, it will transition us from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse. So long MCU, hello MCM. He goes a bit too far with his theory, suggesting that Marvel could use its new multiverse to swap out actors between universes and pull in storylines from a wide range of new sources. Those things are unlikely. But the overarching theme of his theory is feasible, and it has even been hinted at in earlier leaks. Here's what the Redditor had to say about the quantum mechanics and logic behind his theory:
  • These parallel earths and the multiverse can be accessed through Quantum Realm (And even Michael Douglas said that the Quantum Realm will play a crucial role in the MCU).

  • Even though it’s called Microverse in the comics, in the MCU it is specifically named the Quantum, because Quantum is metaphysics, it can “explain” the concept of parallel universe and earths.

  • Quantum entanglement made Scott a medium for Janet in Ant-Man and the Wasp. It’s already hinted in this video by Caltech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hi0BzqV_b4 In the opening, there’s even a clip from the 1st Ant-Man, where Scott Lang went to the Quantum Realm. Even in the conversation, Paul Rudd told Stephen Hawking that *he* went to said realm. Interestingly, as they both play a game of Quantum Chess, in the end it was Rudd who utilized entanglement as his winning move.

  • There’s a “sequel” to that video with Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, and Stephen Hawking showing up again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR-eHmNpicM The opening sequence mentioned the Tesseract, there’s a Groot Funko Pop on the table, how much more MCU can this be? This time, Zoe or Gamora, brought up the idea of EPR or Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen’s theory that reality provided by quantum mechanics was incomplete. The video also brought up the concept of wormholes and Quantum Superpositions.

  • It’s important to note that the main plot of the video is Zoe was trying to find Schrodinger, Simon Pegg’s cat. This of course refers to Erwin Schrodinger, who came up with the paradox of a cat being in a state that is neither alive or dead, at the same time. This is what Superposition is all about, two states existing at the same time.

  • Schrodinger’s thought exercise poses the question when does a Quantum state stop existing as a superposition of states and become one or the other.

  • Superpositions can be either constructive or destructive. A constructive one can be said to coexist with one another, while a destructive one cancels each other out.

And here's what he had to say about how his theory explains the events of Infinity War as well as what's about to happen in Endgame:
  • As crazy as this may sound, the snap or Decimation is Thanos’ way in breaking out of Schrodinger’s paradox. It immediately, forcefully, and randomly decides whether an entity is dead or alive in the MCU.

  • In a natural way of things, the paradox or superposition doesn’t last indefinitely. The constant expansion and overpopulation of life in the universe will eventually reach critical mass, which will lead to its own collapse. This is known as Objective Collapse theory. This is what happened to Titan.

  • To maintain perfect balance, as everything should be, Thanos became the “external quantum observer” that interferes with the superposition of things, to set a clear, definitive state.

  • However, since a paradox was a result of two different states, what about the other state that “didn’t happen”? I think it was “kept” inside the pocket dimension known as the Soul World, inside the Soul stone.

  • My theory in Endgame, the Avengers will be trying to restore the superposition. Releasing the “kept” state inside the Soul Stone and restore everything as it was. But to do that, they need all 6 Infinity Stones in good condition.

  • Obviously, the Avengers wouldn’t know about this until they find Thanos and learn of the condition of the stones. But how can they find him?

That barely scratches the surface, as this Reddit user went much further to explain how his theory ties in with Captain Marvel, Thanos's plan, the multiverse, and much more. If you're a Marvel fan who can't wait for Avengers: Endgame to be released on April 26th, you definitely need to check out the entire post on Reddit, or you'll find it all embedded below. https://www.reddit.com/r/FanTheories/comments/b0kebi/endgame_theory_quantum_physics_marvel_cinematic/
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              Re: The Reference Frame: AdS bulk is a neural network, entanglement is a quantum gauge field      Cache   Translate Page      

    A surprising political comment. The first reference in the paper by Czech et al. is this 2016 preprint:

    https://arxiv.org/abs/1601....

    The author list is Xi Dong, Daniel Harlow, and Aron Wall. Now, as you know, Daniel Harlow is one of the most aggressive far left activists in the theoretical physics community - and the author of the anti-Strumia "particles for justice" hit piece, among other things. What about Aron Wall?

    It turns out that last summer, a homosexualist outlet ran a hit piece against Wall who was hired by Cambridge yet he dared to say that homosexuality was unnatural:

    https://www.pinknews.co.uk/...

    Despite these differences, Harlow and Wall could have still written a rather influential paper (118 cits now). Would it be possible today?


              Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

    OK, I'll end with a final attempt to make my point as clearly as possible.

    First, when you hear "observer-dependence" you might be thinking of a scenario like this: I measure a spin and say to my colleague: "It was spin up, you agree, Alice?" Alice says: "Nope, I measured it as spin down." This is not what is meant by observer-dependence! My disagreement with Alice would be an observable inconsistency (or a mistake in a measurement which we will neglect). Both classical and quantum physics predict that such inconsistencies cannot arise.

    Observer-independence is a metaphysical (or religious, if you will) idea that cannot be tested.

    Classical physics is compatible with metaphysical observer-independence but it does not require it.
    Classical physics does not make any testable predictions about observer-independence because there are none.
    Classical physics postulates that all observables can in principle be observed simultaneously.
    Classical physics predicts that no inconsistencies arise.
    Classical physics makes a lot of testable predictions which have turned out to be false (for example it predicts that atoms collapse in fractions of a second).

    Quantum physics is incompatible with metaphysical observer-independence.
    Quantum physics postulates that only commuting observables can in principle be observed simultaneously.
    Quantum physics predicts that no inconsistencies arise.
    All testable predictions of quantum physics which have been checked turned out to be correct.

    P.S.: You may want to read my use of "observer-independence" as the concept taken "modulo consistency and simultaneous compatibility of all observations" if you want to consider the latter two as the (only) physical content of observer-independence, which is also a fair point of view. It does not change the essential conclusions.


              Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

    Andrei, a physicist might call what he measured a "fact of the world" but what does that mean physically? It just means he measured something. An observer can never tell whether something he measured is observer-independent. How would he? It is self-evidently impossible. People can assume all kinds of things which correspond to sequences of English words but that does not mean that these assumptions have some physical meaning.

    Classical physicists and quantum physicists are exactly in the same situation when they make observations because those adjectives only indicate what someone has read or understood, they do not change a iota about physical being and observation.

    Yes, measurement results are facts but that is pretty much an identity by definition. It does not elevate either side of the identity to anything which might be justly called observer-independent.


              Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

    Edwin,

    "well, in the experiment they copy the polarization to another photon. The copy is successful 50% of the time. So this additional photon is like the note in a notebook, although it will probably not satisfy your "macroscopic" criterion."

    Obviously, this procedure cannot be counted as a measurement.

    In regards to the problem of observer dependence I do not see how Proietti's experiment has any relevance. The question is if properly recorded experimental results should be consider objective facts or not. The "observation" performed by a photon does not qualify as a properly recorded experimental result so I would not ascribe any objective status to it.

    There is, I think a very important lesson to be learned from Bohr. He insisted not so much on observer dependence but on the physical effect the measurement context has on the quantum system. If you change the type of measurement you change the physical situation in which the system evolves so you cannot import the observations performed in one experiment in a different one. If this is what you consider to be "observer dependence" then I agree with it.


              Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

    Edwin,

    "However, such shielding was clearly sufficient in the reported experiment, wasn't it."

    Can you point out in this paper where the results of photon polarization measured by Alice's and Bob's friends are macroscopically available (as a record on paper, an instrument reading, etc.)?

    In regards to the quantum eraser experiments, the which-path information is never available. If it were, it could not have been erased.

    "The important question is always what is actually being observed, not what could be observed if you did something different."

    I said nothing about doing anything different. I said that once an experimental result is available in principle there is no superposition anymore. In the Wigner-type experiments such a result is always available in the macroscopically detectable electric, magnetic and gravitational fields. Obviously, if no result is actually recorded inside the box, no result is available outside of the box either, which seems to be the case of Proietti's paper.

    " It is not required that the "witness" tensor factors are completely colinear, i.e. that the shielding is perfect. It is good enough if there is some uncertainty about the path. The larger the uncertainty about "which path" has been taken, the more interference you will see."

    If we are in agreement that a box, regardless of its material, cannot shield electric, magnetic and gravitational fields then the uncertainty in regards to the situation inside the box is given by Heisenberg's principle, just like it is the case for the observer situated inside the box. But for a macroscopic system, like an instrument pointer there is practically no uncertainty, so both observers would agree both on the specific result and on the tyme this result has been recorded.

    "Once you are convinced that QM is right, you really do not need to care too much about any details of the experiment."

    I am certainly convinced that QM is right. Problem is, there is no QM postulate that deals with such shielding boxes. This is a supplementary assumption that, in my opinion is wrong and leads to false conclusions in regards with what QM predicts.


              Re: The Reference Frame: Six photons claimed to prove that Wigner, his friend have irreconcilable views      Cache   Translate Page      

    Andrei, you claim that it is

    a wrong assumption, that it is possible in principle to shield the classical/macroscopic state of the objects inside the box from the outside observer.

    However, such shielding was clearly sufficient in the reported experiment, wasn't it. They set it up so that they could either "open the box" or leave the box closed and only verify that the mechanism in the box worked (they call the mechanism an "observation", which is the only mistake they make in my opinion) but not get its result. In the latter case ("closed box"), they see the expected interference. The shielding, i.e. isolation of the system under observation is important in quantum experiments but it does not have to be perfect in principle. It just needs to be good enough with respect to the observations you actually make.

    First, I think it is important to notice that what matters in an experiment is not what the observer actually knows or believes but what information is in principle available to him. For example, the interference pattern in a two-slit experiment will disappear when particle detectors are placed at the slits even if the observer chooses to ignore the detectors' readings.

    No, that's not generally true.[*] See the "quantum eraser" type of experiments for counterexamples. The important question is always what is actually being observed, not what could be observed if you did something different. (P.S.: The actual observations may however be scrambled in very complicated ways, for example if the system has interacted thermally with a larger system that the observer observes.)

    The rules are really simple: If you gain certain "which way" witness information by observation, there is no interference. It follows directly from the mathematics in QM. Having certain "witness" information means that you have a tensor product of the "each way" states with some distinguishable (i.e. orthogonal) states. This makes the overall states orthogonal (tensor product states are orthogonal as soon as any of their factors are orthogonal) and orthogonal states cannot give interference because they obey the Pythagorean theorem, i.e. the squared amplitudes (probabilities) are simply added up as one expects for classical probabilities. In order to get interference, you must observe in such a way that the two ways are not fully distinguishable. It is not required that the "witness" tensor factors are completely colinear, i.e. that the shielding is perfect. It is good enough if there is some uncertainty about the path. The larger the uncertainty about "which path" has been taken, the more interference you will see.

    Once you are convinced that QM is right, you really do not need to care too much about any details of the experiment.

    *P.P.S.: OK, the interpretation may depend on what you take "ignore" to mean. I took it to mean to "not know". If you understand it in the colloquial sense of "to know but not care" then the interpretation would be different.

    *P.P.P.S.: It's also important to be very clear about what one considers the system and what the observer (i.e. the rest). If you define the system very restrictively (e.g. just a few photons and mirrors, etc.) then the observer is huge and knows a lot but that knowledge may become scrambled and distributed over a large part of the universe and not be conveniently available in one human brain. If you are more restrictive about the observer, then the system is huge and you must trace over the parts you do not care about, e.g. if there is some complicated thermal interaction with parts you do not care about.


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    Binary collations are, in many ways, simpler to understand than non-binary collations because they don’t have any complex, culture-based linguistic rules. They just work with the character values and there is little room for mystery: all characters have underlying values; if two characters have the same underlying value then they are equal, else they are not; and the underlying value is the order, right?

    Still, there are some complexities related to binary collations that you might not be aware of. To figure out what they are, we need to look at why there are so many binary collations in the first place. I mean, binary collations work on the underlying values of the characters, and comparing numbers doesn’t change between cultures or versions: 12 = 12, 12 > 11, and 12 <13, always. So, then what is the difference between:

    • Latin1_General_100_BIN2 and Hebrew_100_BIN2 (only the culture is different), or
    • Latin1_General_100_BIN2 and Latin1_General_BIN2 (only the version is different), or
    • Latin1_General_100_BIN2 and Latin1_General_100_BIN (only the binary comparison type is different)

    Let’s take a closer look at each of those three cases.

    Different Cultures

    From the names alone we can see that Latin1_General_100_BIN2 and Hebrew_100_BIN2 are both “_100_BIN2” collations, and the difference between them is just “Latin1_General” vs “Hebrew” (i.e. the culture). For NVARCHAR data this difference is entirely meaningless: the behavior of all binary collations of the same version and same binary comparison type is exactly the same.

    For VARCHAR data, however, there is an important difference. All collations have an associated code page that is the character set used for 8-bit (i.e. VARCHAR) data. Even if that code page is 0, meaning “no code page”, it still determines what characters can be stored in 8-bit datatypes. And in that case, it would be “none”, which is why these collations are called “Unicode-only”, and why they don’t work with VARCHAR data:

    SELECT COLLATIONPROPERTY(N'Syriac_100_BIN2', 'CodePage');
    -- 0
    
    SELECT 'not gonna work, trust me ;-)' COLLATE Syriac_100_BIN2;
    /*
    Msg 459, Level 16, State 1, Line XXXXX
    Collation 'Syriac_100_BIN2' is supported on Unicode data types
    only and cannot be applied to char, varchar or text data types.
    */
    

    No code page means that there is no 8-bit (i.e. VARCHAR) character set. Of course, the difference in culture will be more obvious if we look at a few non-zero code pages:

    -- Which 8-bit code page is used for each of these collations:
    SELECT COLLATIONPROPERTY(N'Latin1_General_100_BIN2', 'CodePage'),
           COLLATIONPROPERTY(N'Hebrew_100_BIN2', 'CodePage'),
           COLLATIONPROPERTY(N'Korean_100_BIN2', 'CodePage');
    -- 1252    1255    949
    

    Now we will inject the same underlying values into each of those three code pages. Please note that we need to use values in the range of 128 – 255 (0x80 – 0xFF) since the 0 – 127 range (0x00 – 0x7F) is the same across all of the code pages that can be represented in SQL Server, including Unicode data (both UTF-16 via NVARCHAR and, starting in SQL Server 2019, UTF-8 via VARCHAR).

    DECLARE @Data TABLE
    (
      [CodePage-1252]  VARCHAR(50) COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN2,
      [CodePage-1255]  VARCHAR(50) COLLATE Hebrew_100_BIN2,
      [CodePage-949]   VARCHAR(50) COLLATE Korean_100_BIN2
    );
    
    INSERT INTO @Data VALUES (0xE1FA, 0xE1FA, 0xE1FA);
    INSERT INTO @Data VALUES (0xE4E8, 0xE4E8, 0xE4E8);
    
    SELECT * FROM @Data;
    /*
    CodePage-1252    CodePage-1255    CodePage-949
    ÃÔ               בת               守
    äè               הט               怏
    */
    

    As you can see in the results, the exact same two bytes — 0xC3 and 0xD4 — produce very different characters due to the code pages being different (code page 949 is a Double-Byte Character Set (DBCS) which is why there is only a single character returned for the Korean collation). This is the only reason for having more than a single “_100_BIN2” collation. And, this is also why Microsoft could have simply provided a single UnicodeOnly_90_BIN2 collation and a single UnicodeOnly_100_BIN2 collation instead of the 15 that exist across both of those versions:

    SELECT ROW_NUMBER() OVER (
      PARTITION BY CASE WHEN col.[name] LIKE N'%[_]90[_]%' THEN 1 ELSE 2 END
      ORDER BY CASE WHEN col.[name] LIKE N'%[_]90[_]%' THEN 1 ELSE 2 END,
               col.[name]
                             ),
           col.[name]
    FROM   sys.fn_helpcollations() col
    WHERE  col.[name] LIKE N'%[_]BIN2'
    AND    COLLATIONPROPERTY(col.[name], 'CodePage') = 0;
    
    /*
    1      Divehi_90_BIN2
    2      Indic_General_90_BIN2
    3      Syriac_90_BIN2
    
    1      Assamese_100_BIN2
    2      Bengali_100_BIN2
    3      Divehi_100_BIN2
    4      Indic_General_100_BIN2
    5      Khmer_100_BIN2
    6      Lao_100_BIN2
    7      Maltese_100_BIN2
    8      Maori_100_BIN2
    9      Nepali_100_BIN2
    10     Pashto_100_BIN2
    11     Syriac_100_BIN2
    12     Tibetan_100_BIN2
    */
    

     

    Different Versions

    From the names alone we can see that Latin1_General_100_BIN2 and Latin1_General_BIN2 are both “Latin1_General_*_BIN2” collations, and the difference between them is just “{no number ; implied 80}” vs “100” (i.e. the version). For VARCHAR data this difference is entirely meaningless: the behavior of all binary collations of the same culture is exactly the same.

    For Unicode data (mainly NVARCHAR, but starting in SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.3, also VARCHAR if using the new UTF8_BIN2 collation), however, there is an important difference. All collations map code points to various properties such as: sort weights (used for sorting and comparisons), numerical values for “numbers”, uppercase and lowercase versions, etc. For example:

    SELECT 1 WHERE N'½' COLLATE Latin1_General_100_CI_AS LIKE N'[3-5]';
    -- {no rows returned}
    SELECT 2 WHERE N'½' COLLATE Latin1_General_100_CI_AS LIKE N'[0-1]';
    -- 2
    

    But, it is those uppercase and lowercase mappings that are important here. There are quite a few code points that are missing these mappings, but as each new version of collations is introduced, more and more of the code points are having their mappings added. For example, the following shows a code point that is missing its uppercase mapping in both version 80 and 90 collations (if it’s missing in any particular version, then it’s missing in all prior versions as well, which is why I don’t need a field for the version 80 collation):

    SELECT NCHAR(0x1FF3) AS [TheChar],
           UPPER(NCHAR(0x1FF3) COLLATE Japanese_90_BIN2) AS [v90],
           UPPER(NCHAR(0x1FF3) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_100_BIN2) AS [v100],
           UPPER(NCHAR(0x1FF3) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2) AS [v140];
    /*
    TheChar    v90    v100    v140
    ῳ          ῳ      ῼ       ῼ
    */
    

    And, the following shows a code point that is missing its uppercase mapping in version 80, 90, and 100 collations:

    SELECT NCHAR(0x0250) AS [TheChar],
           UPPER(NCHAR(0x0250) COLLATE Japanese_90_BIN2) AS [v90],
           UPPER(NCHAR(0x0250) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_100_BIN2) AS [v100],
           UPPER(NCHAR(0x0250) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2) AS [v140];
    /*
    TheChar    v90    v100    v140
    ɐ          ɐ      ɐ       Ɐ
    */
    

    Ok, so how many of these mappings are missing from each version? I’m glad you asked 😉

    The only way we have to determine which mappings are missing is by looking at the differences between the oldest version (highest number of missing mappings) and newest version (least number of missing mappings) collations. Logically, this means that since there are four versions — 80, 90, 100, and 140 — the version 80 data will naturally be “all missing” while the version 140 data will naturally be “none missing”. There might be additional mappings missing from all versions, but a) we have no way to determine that now as that requires cross-referencing the official Unicode Character Database, which is possible but way out of scope, and b) any potential missing mappings aren’t relevant to the question of “what are the differences between the existing collations available in SQL Server”.

    The query below finds all code points that return the same character that was passed into the LOWER function when using a version 80 collation, but that also return a different character when the same initial character was passed in, but this time using a version 140 collation. For the version 90 and 100 collations, if the LOWER function returns a character that is different from what was passed in, the lowercase character is displayed, else it will be NULL. The final row is a summary line showing the totals. A field for the version 80 collations is included just to show clearly that there is no lowercase mapping for those characters.

    ;WITH nums AS
    (
      SELECT TOP (65534) ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY @@SPID) AS [num]
      FROM   master.sys.all_columns ac1
      CROSS JOIN master.sys.all_columns ac2
    ), chars AS
    (
    SELECT nums.[num] AS [CodePoint],
           CONVERT(BINARY(2), nums.[num]) AS [CodePointHex],
           NCHAR(nums.[num]) AS [ TheChar ],
           LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_BIN2) AS [v80],
           '    ' AS [----],
           IIF(LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_90_BIN2)
                 <> NCHAR(nums.[num]),
               LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_90_BIN2),
               NULL) AS [v90],
           IIF(LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_100_BIN2)
                 <> NCHAR(nums.[num]),
               LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_100_BIN2),
               NULL) AS [v100],
           IIF(LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2)
                 <> NCHAR(nums.[num]),
               LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2),
               NULL) AS [v140]
    FROM   nums
    WHERE  LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_BIN2)
             = NCHAR(nums.[num]) -- mapping not in version 80 collations
    AND    LOWER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2)
             <> NCHAR(nums.[num]) -- mapping in version 140 collations
    )
    SELECT * FROM chars
    UNION ALL
    SELECT NULL, NULL, N'TOTALS:', 
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v80])),
           '    ' AS [----],
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v90])),
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v100])),
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v140]))
    FROM chars;
    
    /*
    CodePoint    HexValue     TheChar    v80    --    v90    v100    v140
    ...
    502          0x01F6       Ƕ          Ƕ            NULL   ƕ       ƕ
    ...                       
    8498         0x2132       Ⅎ          Ⅎ            NULL   ⅎ       ⅎ
    ...                       
    11374        0x2C6E       Ɱ          Ɱ            NULL   NULL    ɱ
    ...                       
    42820        0xA744       Ꝅ          Ꝅ            NULL   NULL    ꝅ
    ...
    NULL         NULL         TOTALS:    305           0     200     305
    */
    

    I have included a random(ish) sampling of 4 rows from the result set above, plus the final / summary line. The summary shows that there are 305 characters missing their lowercase mapping in the version 80 collations. The version 90 collations add no mappings (sad). But, the version 100 collations add 200 mappings, and the version 140 collations added another 105 mappings, giving it 305 mappings that are missing from the version 80 and 90 collations.

    Interesting, but we aren’t done yet. The lowercase mappings are just one direction. We need to include the uppercase mappings as well. And, while it’s tempting, we should not assume that the missing uppercase mappings are merely the uppercase versions of the characters that are missing their lowercase mappings. Each code point has an uppercase or lowercase mapping (or can have), and these are completely independent, so just because one entry was added doesn’t mean that any other mapping has been added, even if it seems like it should have been.

    The query below finds all code points that return the same character that was passed into the UPPER function when using a version 80 collation, but that also return a different character when the same initial character was passed in, but this time using a version 140 collation. For the version 90 and 100 collations, if the UPPER function returns a character that is different from what was passed in, the uppercase character is displayed, else it will be NULL. The final row is a summary line showing the totals. A field for the version 80 collations is included just to show clearly that there is no uppercase mapping for those characters.

    ;WITH nums AS
    (
      SELECT TOP (65534) ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY @@SPID) AS [num]
      FROM   master.sys.all_columns ac1
      CROSS JOIN master.sys.all_columns ac2
    ), chars AS
    (
    SELECT nums.[num] AS [CodePoint],
           CONVERT(BINARY(2), nums.[num]) AS [CodePointHex],
           NCHAR(nums.[num]) AS [ TheChar ],
           UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_BIN2) AS [v80],
           '    ' AS [----],
           IIF(UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_90_BIN2)
                 <> NCHAR(nums.[num]),
               UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_90_BIN2),
               NULL) AS [v90],
           IIF(UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_100_BIN2)
                 <> NCHAR(nums.[num]),
               UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_100_BIN2),
               NULL) AS [v100],
           IIF(UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2)
                 <> NCHAR(nums.[num]),
               UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2),
               NULL) AS [v140]
    FROM   nums
    WHERE  UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_BIN2)
             = NCHAR(nums.[num]) -- mapping not in version 80 collations
    AND    UPPER(NCHAR(nums.[num]) COLLATE Japanese_XJIS_140_BIN2)
             <> NCHAR(nums.[num]) -- mapping in version 140 collations
    )
    SELECT * FROM chars
    UNION ALL
    SELECT NULL, NULL, N'TOTALS:', 
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v80])),
           '    ' AS [----],
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v90])),
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v100])),
           CONVERT(NVARCHAR(5), COUNT(chars.[v140]))
    FROM chars;
    
    /*
    CodePoint    HexValue     TheChar    v80    --    v90    v100    v140
    ...
    1165         0x048D       ҍ          ҍ            NULL    Ҍ       Ҍ
    ...
    8097         0x1FA1       ᾡ          ᾡ            NULL    ᾩ       ᾩ
    ...
    42805        0xA735       ꜵ          ꜵ           NULL    NULL    Ꜵ
    ...
    42849        0xA761       ꝡ          ꝡ           NULL    NULL    Ꝡ
    ...
    NULL         NULL         TOTALS:    344          0      238     344
    */                       
    

    I have included a random(ish) sampling of 4 rows from the result set above, plus the final / summary line. The summary shows that there are 344 characters missing their uppercase mapping in the version 80 collations. The version 90 collations add no mappings (sad). But, the version 100 collations add 238 mappings, and the version 140 collations added another 106 mappings, giving it 305 mappings that are missing from the version 80 and 90 collations.

    Putting the data from both queries together, the total totals are:

    • Version 80: missing 649 mappings (305 + 344)
    • Version 90: missing 649 mappings (305 + 344)
    • Version 100: added 438 mappings (200 + 238) over versions 80 and 90 ; only missing 211 mappings (105 + 106, or 649 – 438)
    • Version 140: added 211 mappings (105 + 106) over version 100 ; added all 649 over versions 80 and 90

    This data is why:

    1. if possible, it is important to use the newest version available (version 100 was introduced in SQL Server 2008, 140 was introduced in SQL Server 2017)! Please keep in mind that these mappings are just one difference. There are also many thousands of sort weights missing from the earlier versions (almost 20k missing from version 80, almost 13k missing from version 90, and almost 5k missing from version 100).
    2. the UTF8_BIN2 collation, new in CTP 2.3 of SQL Server 2019, is better than having no binary UTF-8 collation (which was the case prior to CTP 2.3), however, being a version 80 collation, it’s missing 649 uppercase / lowercase mappings 😿

     

    Different Binary Comparison Types

    From the names alone we can see that Latin1_General_100_BIN2 and Latin1_General_100_BIN are both “Latin1_General_100” collations, and the difference between them is just “_BIN” vs “_BIN2” (i.e. the binary comparison type). For non-UTF-8 VARCHAR data this difference is entirely meaningless: the behavior of all binary collations of the same culture is exactly the same.

    For Unicode data (mainly NVARCHAR, but starting in SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.3, also VARCHAR if using the new UTF8_BIN2 collation), however, there is an important difference. When comparing values, the behavior of all binary collations is exactly the same. So, what we are interested in is sorting.

    According to the Microsoft documentation page for Collation and Unicode Support:

    In a BIN2 collation all characters are sorted according to their code points. In a BIN collation only the first character is sorted according to the code point, and remaining characters are sorted according to their byte values. (Because the Intel platform is a little endian architecture, Unicode code characters are always stored byte-swapped.)

    That means: the behavior is exactly the same for the first character only. So, if you are testing the difference between “_BIN” and “_BIN2” by sorting a list of single characters, then you will never see a difference. In order to see the difference in behavior, you need to skip the first character. The following test shows this by providing both a field with a single character, and a field with a prefix character that is the same for both rows, cancelling out the effect of the first character on the sorting:

    SELECT tab.[ID],
           tab.[col] AS [TheChar],
           N'_' + tab.[col] AS [PrefixedChar],
           '--' AS [--],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN) AS [TheCharBIN],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY N'_' + tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN) AS [PrefixedBIN],
           '--' AS [--],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN2) AS [TheCharBIN2],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY N'_' + tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN2) AS [PrefixedBIN2]
    FROM   (VALUES (1, NCHAR(0x1225)), (2, NCHAR(0x2113))) tab([ID], [col])
    ORDER BY tab.[ID];
    /*
    ID   Char   Prefixed   --   Char   Prefixed   --   Char   Prefixed
                                BIN    BIN             BIN2   BIN2
    1    ሥ     _ሥ        --    1      2         --     1      1
    2    ℓ     _ℓ         --    2      1          --    2       2
    */
    

    The “PrefixedBIN” field shows a difference because starting at byte #3, the “_BIN” collation sees 0x25 and 0x13 (due to the byte-swapping of the Little Endian encoding), while the “_BIN2” collation sees 0x12 and 0x21. If that is not clear, maybe the following chart will help. And keep in mind we are working with the “Prefixed” value that effectively skips the first character since there is no sorting difference with that first position. The chart below shows the character and its underlying bytes starting at character position / index #2.

    CodePoint Character UTF-16 LE BIN ordering BIN2 ordering
    U+1225 0x2512 0x25 then 0x12 0x12 then 0x25
    U+2113 0x1321 0x13 then 0x21 0x21 then 0x13

    This next query shows how Supplementary Characters are handled across “_BIN“, “_BIN2“, and non-binary collations of version 90 or higher:

    SELECT tab.[ID],
           tab.[col] AS [TheChar],
           N'_' + tab.[col] AS [PrefixedChar],
           '---' AS [---],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN) AS [Char_BIN],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY N'_' + tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN) AS [Prefixed_BIN],
           '---' AS [---],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN2) AS [Char_BIN2],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY N'_' + tab.[col]
              COLLATE Latin1_General_100_BIN2) AS [Prefixed_BIN2],
           '---' AS [---],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY tab.[col]
              COLLATE Japanese_90_CI_AS) AS [Char_CI_AS],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY N'_' + tab.[col]
              COLLATE Japanese_90_CI_AS) AS [Prefixed_CI_AS]
    FROM   (VALUES (1, NCHAR(0xFB06)), (2, NCHAR(0xD802) + NCHAR(0xDC2C)),
                   (3, NCHAR(0xD83D) + NCHAR(0xDE43))) tab([ID], [col])
    ORDER BY tab.[ID];
    /*
    ID  Char   PrefixedChar  ---  Char_BIN  Prefixed_BIN  ---  Char_BIN2  Prefixed_BIN2  ---  Char_CI_AS  Prefixed_CI_AS
    1   st    _st   --- 3   2   --- 3   3   --- 1   1
    2   𐠬   _𐠬  --- 1   1   --- 1   1   --- 2   2
    3   ??   _??  --- 2   3   --- 2   2   --- 3   3
    */
    

    { will finish filling this out in the morning }

    /*
    Binary              CodeUnit        CodePoint
    0xD802DC2C (02D8)   0xD802DC2C      0xFB06     (U+FB06)
    0xFB06     (06FB)   0xD83DDE43      0xD802DC2C (U+1082C)
    0xD83DDE43 (3DD8)   0xFB06          0xD83DDE43 (U+1F643)
    */
    

    UTF-8 Bonus Round

    SELECT tab.[ID],
           tab.[col] AS [TheCharNVC],
           CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), tab.[col] COLLATE UTF8_BIN2) AS [TheCharVC],
           '--' AS [--],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY tab.[col] COLLATE UTF8_BIN2) AS [CharNVC_UTF8_BIN2],
           ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), tab.[col] COLLATE UTF8_BIN2)) AS [CharVC_UTF8_BIN2]
    FROM   (VALUES (1, NCHAR(0xFB06)), (2, NCHAR(0xD802) + NCHAR(0xDC2C)), (3, NCHAR(0xD83D) + NCHAR(0xDE43))) tab([ID], [col])
    ORDER BY tab.[ID];
    /*
    ID  TheCharNVC  TheCharVC   --- CharNVC_UTF8_BIN2   CharVC_UTF8_BIN2
    1   st    st    --- 3   1
    2   𐠬   𐠬   --- 1   2
    3   ??   ??   --- 2   3
    */
    

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    Arrow of time and its reversal on the IBM quantum computer

    Un reciente trabajo recién publicado de investigadores del Instituto de Física y Tecnología de Moscú esta dando lugar a grandes y espectaculares titulares del tipo «El sueño cumplido de viajar al pasado» (Diario Vasco) o «Físicos logran revertir el tiempo una fracción de segundo gracias a un ordenador cuántico» (El Confidencial) o «Físicos hacen retroceder el tiempo usando una computadora cuántica» (Europa Press). Especialmente notable es que todas estas «noticias» incluyen (a) una foto de Regreso al futuro y (b) menciones al DeLorean.

    Yo no soy físico, y por mucho que leo sigo sin entender la mecánica cuántica más allá de sus rudimentos, pero en Phys.org se explica un poco mejor el asunto, que por cierto ha comenzado en un trabajo publicado en el Scientific Reports de Nature: Arrow of time and its reversal on the IBM quantum computer (en PDF en ArXiV).

    Para empezar hay que aclarar que el experimento en cuestión está realizado en un ordenador cuántico de IBM; forma parte de un intento de idear métodos para posibilitar la violación de la Segunda ley de la termodinámica e incluso para invertir la llamada Flecha del tiempo. La física distingue entre varias Flechas del tiempo: desde la que experimentamos los humanos –flecha del tiempo psicológica– la causal (las causas anteceden a los efectos) y otras como la flecha del tiempo cuántica que es de la que trata el experimento y tiene matices diferentes.

    El tema es tan complicado que yo me esperaría a la explicación del profe Villatoro en La ciencia de la mula Francis pero en Phys.org. De momento en MetaFilter ya le quitan «espectacularidad» al asunto haciendo un paralelismo: se trata básicamente de añadir energía a un sistema para devolverlo a un estado anterior. Algo así como conseguir que un huevo roto se recomponga, algo que no está prohibido por las leyes de la física pero es estadísticamente improbable (por no decir imposible). Si en vez de huevo se utiliza un electrón solitario (o un par de qubits), y si en vez de unos segundos de tiempo se reduce el «viaje» a billonésimas de segundo, el asunto parece simplificarse. De este modo algo que parece en principio imposible se puede preparar y observar en un experimento… en un ordenador cuántico, no en el aparcamiento del centro comercial de Hill Valley. Y no siempre, pero sí con cierta probabilidad, algo que incluso muy pronto decae debido a «imperfecciones propias de los ordenadores cuánticos actuales».

    En el ejemplo por analogía que ponen queda más claro:

    La mayor parte de las leyes de la física no distinguen entre el futuro y el pasado. Por ejemplo, las leyes que describen la colisión de dos bolas de billar idénticas. Si se graba y se reproduce luego la película al revés no se puede distinguir un sentido del otro.

    Pero si en vez de eso vemos una bola de billar rompiendo el triángulo inicial y las bolas saliendo en todas direcciones será muy fácil de distinguir de la misma película vista al revés.

    Lo que habrían hecho en el experimento –salvando la analogía, especialmente porque poco tienen que ver los electrones y qubits con bolas de billar– sería algo así como simplificar esa mesa de billar y conseguir grabar una película normal pero que parece «ir al revés». Habrían inyectado energía y hecho que una bola golpee a otra y vuelva a su posición inicial, algo «aparentemente» imposible pero factible en esas condiciones. No olvidemos la naturaleza estadística de la segunda ley de la termodinámica. Según explican es algo complicado y delicado, pero no imposible, aunque no tiene mucho que ver con «viajes en el tiempo», DeLoreans ni regresos al pasado. Como dicen en MeFi,

    Es un buen truco, pero hablar de «invertir la flecha del tiempo» suena bastante exagerado.

    – Cirgue

    El caso recordó un poco aquel vídeo que parecía grabado al revés… pero en realidad no. Y estaba grabado en una sola toma: buen truco.

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    Although scientists have yet to replicate the futuristic scenes of The Jetsons or the 1985 sci-fi classic Back to the Future, researchers from Moscow's Institute of Physics and Technology partnered with scientists in the U.S. and Switzerland to "experimentally demonstrate time reversal — sending a qubit from a more complicated state to a simpler one," writes Newsweek.

    The findings, which were published in Scientific Reports were almost like "magic," the study's author, Andrei Lebedev, told Newsweek.

    Researchers, however, are far from achieving "time travel, or going back to the past, or reversing the principle of cause and effect," says scientist Henning Bostelmann at the U.K.'s University of York, which he acknowledged may be a "disappointment to science-fiction fans," per Newsweek. Instead, researchers managed to send quantum bits back into their states from a split second earlier, which could demonstrate the "possibility of violating the second law of thermodynamics," lead author Gordey Lesovik said, per Phys.org.

    The "reversal algorithm" was successful in at least 85 percent of two-qubit cases, reports Phys.org. Lebedev says he plans to expand the research and investigate further.


              Big Blend Radio: Travel and Tourism Excellence      Cache   Translate Page      
    Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Parks & Travel Magazine, for Big Blend Radio focusing on Travel Tips and Tourism Excellence. On This Episode: - Tourism Excellence with Bobbi DePorter - Co-founder of SuperCamp, President of Quantum Learning Network and creator of the 8 Keys of Excellence, and Adam M. Roberts - Executive Director of Bethesda Green. Part of the series on How to Put the “I&rdquo
              Hacking the Higher Brain & Transcendent Consciousness ~ with Dr. Michael Cotton      Cache   Translate Page      
    Changing the brain before meditation changes the rules of the game and leads to quantum breakthroughs in higher consciousness. With this technique we can unlock our brain's potential and awaken to transcendence.  Distilled from the world's most comprehensive philosophy and Integral Metatheory, the 9 Summits of Transformation provide a step by step guide to mobilize subtle energy in your body, awaken your higher brain and change your life. Dr. Michael Cotton holds a doctorate
              Why IBM Thinks Quantum Computers Will Boost Machine Learning      Cache   Translate Page      
    IBM figured out how to use a quantum computer to make machine learning algorithms better than ever before. But no quantum computer is good enough yet.

    Quantum Leap When full-scale quantum computers finally arrive, they could give machine learning algorithms a major boost, letting the AI systems find hidden patterns in data that today’s best technology has no hope of spotting. At least, that’s the gist of research by IBM scientists, first shared online last year that was published in the […]

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              First Graphene-Based Device Is A “Few Months” Away, Says Startup      Cache   Translate Page      
    A University of Cambridge spin-out company claims it has found a way to produce graphene at commercial scale and will release a device soon.

    The Waiting Game Scientists first isolated graphene — a transparent layer of carbon just one atom thick — in 2004. Almost immediately, we began hearing about all the wondrous ways the material could transform our world, ushering in everything from quantum computers to unlimited drinking water. Fifteen years later, that transformation has yet to take place, as graphene’s complex, […]

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              Russian Scientists Used a Quantum Computer to Turn Back Time      Cache   Translate Page      
    Russian physicists, armed with a quantum computer, managed to send a single electron back in time, resetting the computer to its state from a moment earlier

    Fall Back Russian scientists have apparently reversed the flow of time in an experiment they conducted on a quantum computer. The finding is unlikely to lead to a time machine that would work on people. But the team of physicists managed to restore IBM’s public quantum computer to the state it had been in just a moment earlier, according to […]

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              Quantum Physics Experiment Suggests That Reality Isn’t Objective      Cache   Translate Page      
    A new quantum physics experiment demonstrates that objective reality may not exist. Two scientists can make irreconcilable measurements of an event.

    He Said, She Said A new quantum physics experiment just lent evidence to a mind-boggling idea that was previously limited to the realm of theory, according to the MIT Technology Review — that under the right conditions, two people can observe the same event, see two different things happen, and both be correct. According to research shared to […]

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              Are You Ready for Your Ideas About Reality to Be Turned into Mush?      Cache   Translate Page      
    by Charles Mudede
    The universe as imagined by art in the lobby of an office building in Kent, Washington.
    The universe as imagined by art in the lobby of an office building in Kent, Washington. Charles Mudede

    This is very weird, even for me. It seems that it is scientifically possible for two people to experience reality in completely different ways. But what separates the two is not reality itself, but what one knows about it. Knowing is the key here (and the point of this post). What this means is that the mind (the organ that generates knowing) has a relationship with what can be known that is not at all intuitive. The reality is, only the reality you know exists. And this has been proven by a new experiment that verified an old thought experiment know as “Wigner’s Friend.”

    It is basically this: The Nobel Prize–winning physicist Eugene Wigner imagined, in the early 1960s, a quantum-event experiment conducted in a friend's lab, but he, Wigner, does not know the results of this test. But the experimenter, his friend, does. Winger speculated that what's in the head of the experimenter will not be the same as what's in his own head. The experimenter has a result that says the elementary particle is doing this and that. But from Wigner's position of understanding, that elementary particle is still in a state of fuzziness—meaning, that according to Wigner's position of knowing, the characteristics of the particle have not been resolved or determined. It is still everywhere and nowhere. This condition of indeterminateness is called superposition (or, the quantum field of potential). It spooked Einstein. It should spook you. But it's a fact of life, and there is no way around it. The universe is ghostly.

    Basically, before an elementary particle like an electron appears somewhere, it's pure potential. And when you measure it, it pops into, and very briefly participates in, what we recognize as ordinary reality. That is weird enough. But now scientists led by Massimiliano Proietti at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh validated the Wigner’s Friend thought experiment. It does speak to an aspect of the reality we can understand. A mind that does not know where an elementary particle is (in this case, a single photon), has a completely different experience of it than one who does.

    Seriously, stop and think about that.

    And, sorry, but it only gets weirder. If Wigner’s Friend happens to call him and say he has done the experiment on the single photon's behavior, when it popped into conventional reality out of quantum fuzziness, and knows the result, as long as he does not say this result, as long as Wigner does not know the behavior of that specific photon, they are still experiencing two different realities. For Wigner's friend, the reality is the photon doing such and such. But for Wigner, it is still in the condition of potential (or what the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze called the virtual). And this is where language, of all things, enters the bizarre picture and makes it more bizarre. If Wigner's friend tells him what that photon is doing, their realities merge and become one in an instant. Just saying it, makes it so.

    The article about this experiment is called "A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality." This, I think, is misleading or unhelpful. The fact that a-temporal quantum states, when isolated or investigated, reveal unexpected properties of reality does not mean unconventional ones should be dismissed or considered invalid. There is such a thing as an objective reality, and there is, we are discovering, such thing as its non-existence. Or, to put it another way, there is a world that is out there, but, apparently, it is made possible by it not being out there but by a process of co-creation that involves no distinction between the subjective and objective. In a sense, we can only see the world we know.

    This curious conclusion has much in common with a brilliant idea presented by Carlo Rovelli is his little book, The Order of Time. He speculates that the universe as we see it is not the whole universe but one of its many parts (or subsets). This includes the Big Bang, and its evolution and key features, such as entropy, the root of time. (Entropy means moving from a state of order to one of disorder because the latter, obviously—for example, a messy room—is more stable than the former—a clean room). But for Rovelli, the configuration of the universe we call the "all in all," is more about how we see it and not the whole of it. The implications of this line of thinking are revolutionary. It means we may see a Big Bang (issuing from a state of low entropy) because one of the many configurations, or subsets, of the universe happens to involve knowability. We can know it because it can be known. And so the knower and the known are one and the same.

    Rovelli writes:

    It is with respect to the dramatic blurring produced by our interactions with the world, caused by the small set of macroscopic variables in terms of which we describe the world, that the entropy of the universe was low. This, which is a fact, opens up the possibility that it wasn’t the universe that was in a very particular configuration in the past. Perhaps instead it is us, and our interactions with the universe, that are particular. We are the ones who determine a particular macroscopic description. The initial low entropy of the universe, and hence the arrow of time, may be more down to us than to the universe itself. This is the basic idea.

    And when Rovelli means we, he means not just humans but entities (or societies, to use the language of Alfred North Whitehead) that participate in a subset of the universe that is initiated by a memory of its initial and self-driving conditions. The birth of the universe includes the condition to remember this birth. Is there a connection between this grand (or macro) picture and that of quantum physics? I bring this up because there has been so much work done by great mathematicians to unify the formulas that explain the ordinary world with that which explains the maddening quantum realm. Is it possible that what links the two, at least from philosophical position, is knowability? Meaning, it's not so much a question of ontology (being) as epistemology (knowing). The first emerging from the second.

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              Nerdy Events Aside From Emerald City Comic Con This Week      Cache   Translate Page      
    Parties, Trivia, Comic Book Signings, and More ECCC 2019 Alternatives by Stranger Things To Do Staff

    Whether or not you have tickets to Emerald City Comic Con (March 14-17), this week brings plenty of opportunities to wear your cosplay, rock out to nerdy tunes, and meet comic creators—no ECCC badge required. We've rounded them all up below, from JK POP! Comic-Con Edition to the Fourth Annual Emerald City Comic Con Afterparty to official events presented by ECCC, like Star Trek: The Next 50 Years.

    MARCH 13

    ART

    Arcane's Pre-ECCC Party: Drink & Draw + Sit & Scribble Edition
    Grab a drink and some snacks (outside food and beverages are welcome) and decompress with a night of doodling. 
    Arcane Comics, Shoreline

    READINGS & TALKS

    Long Con / Our Super Adventure Double-Signing!
    Comic creators Meconis (The Long Con) and Sarah Granley (Our Super Adventure) will sign copies of their newest works. 
    Phoenix Comics & Games, Capitol Hill

    MARCH 14

    GAMING

    Fourth Annual Night of Board Gaming for Good on Top of the World!
    Look out over the city while you play board games and feast on a buffet to raise money for the Seattle Children’s Hospital's Uncompensated Care program, which provides financial assistance to the families of low-income patients.
    Columbia Tower, Club Downtown

    READINGS & TALKS

    Magdalene Visaggio Signing
    Join Magdalene Visaggio, author of Kim & Kim, Quantum Teens Are Go, Eternity Girl, Vagrant Queen, Sex Death Revolution, and the upcoming series Morning in America and Calamity Kate, for a signing. 
    Outsider Comics, Fremont

    Star Trek: The Next 50 Years
    Author and podcast host Mark A. Altman, a bonafide Star Trek expert, will share stories about the making of the five-decade-long series through archival film footage, memos, and photos that true Trekkies will appreciate. Right after, he'll lead another talk on Battlestar Galactica.
    ACT Theatre, Downtown

    MARCH 14-17

    GAMING

    Pokemon Play Zone
    All you Pokémon fans can take advantage of photo ops and special giveaways, see demos with the Poké Ball, and play games, even if you don't have an ECCC badge. Pokémon GO players will find some extra special surprises.
    Hyatt Regency Seattle, Downtown

    MARCH 14-30

    PERFORMANCE

    Ms. Pak-Man: Mazed and Confused
    Ms. Pak-Man is a bright yellow disaster portrayed by local comedy hero Scott Shoemaker (Ian Bell's Brown Derby Series and Homo for the Holidays), and she'll be back in voracious form for another adventure.
    Re-bar, Downtown

    MARCH 15

    COMEDY

    Nerd Rage: The Great Debates!
    If you've ever stood your ground as the lone Star Wars fan in a room full of Trekkies, you'll have fun watching impassioned stand-up comics as they debate nerdy subjects like Buffy vs. Laura Croft, Superman vs. Goku, and more.
    Rendezvous, Belltown

    FOOD & DRINK

    Hellboy Beer Release Party
    Be the first to try the limited edition Hellboy beer at this tapping hosted by the Pine Box and Dark Horse Comics. The first 25 people to arrive will receive a free pint.
    The Pine Box, Capitol Hill

    MUSIC

    Kracklefest 9 - A Night Of Nerd Rock!
    This nerd-rock/comedy showcase features music by Halifax rapper Wordburglar, Portland’s Megathruster, and "nerd-rock pioneer" Kirby Krackle, along with stand-up comedy and themed specialty drinks.
    Hard Rock Cafe, Downtown

    Pop Secret: Comic Con Edition
    Sing your favorite pop hits by everyone from Whitney Houston to Shawn Mendes with DJs Jerry Wang and Jack at this post-Comic Con party. 
    Q Nightclub, Capitol Hill

    PARTIES

    Con-vergence of Geek: ECCC + GDC Kickoff Party!
    Wear your best cosplay and bop around to chiptunes by Pacific Noise Works artists. You'll also get to discover indie games you might not know about and drink beer.
    Contour, Pioneer Square

    PERFORMANCE

    Star Wars: Attack of the Drag Clones
    Before you change out of your Carrie Fisher (ahem, we mean Princess Leia) cosplay, keep your fandom going with an evening of Star Wars-inspired drag numbers.
    Kremwerk, Downtown 

    Women of Wakanda: A Variety Show Tribute to Black Panther
    Londyn Bradshaw and friends will pay tribute to the women of Black Panther, drag style.
    Timbre Room, Downtown 

    QUEER

    Queer Mixer
    Grab a beer and some snacks and play all sorts of games from Gamma Ray and Outsider with fellow LGBTQ+ geeks and creatives.
    The Raygun Lounge, Capitol Hill

    MARCH 15-16

    PERFORMANCE

    ECCC and Jo Jo Stiletto Present: Guardians of Sexy
    With the help of nerd-loving burlesque performers Al Lykya, Annie-Mae Allure, Caramel Knowledge, Crystal Storm, Iva Handfull, and others, Jo Jo Stiletto ("professor of Nerdlesque") will explore where fandom and burlesque collide.
    ACT Theatre, Downtown

    MARCH 16

    MUSIC

    JK POP! Comic-Con Edition
    Up the cuteness factor of your cosplay by bouncing around to K-Pop with DJs Hostboi, Mooncakes, and Yung Futon.
    Kremwerk, Downtown

    PARTIES

    Fourth Annual Emerald City Comic Con Afterparty
    Whether you spent all day at Emerald City Comic Con or you're waiting for a no-badge-required party, here's a chance to wear your best cosplay for a night of live DJs, drinks, and free ping pong, and geeky bliss. 
    SPiN, Downtown

    Qomix: Queer Comicon Party
    Wear your best cosplay and party in the company of terrific local drag performer Arson Nicki, DJs Joy Ma and Calente Cardwel, and other geeky queers at Queerspace Magazine's annual event.
    Timbre Room, Downtown

    The Wicked + The Divine + Bombsheller ECCC After Party
    Take your sweatiness and exhaustion to the next level (in a fun way) with Bombsheller and the Wicked + the Divine after geeking out at Comic Con. They'll have two bars, tunes spun by DJs Jamie McKelvie and Kieron Gillen, raffle prizes, drink specials, and a welcoming dance floor.
    Fred Wildlife Refuge, Capitol Hill

    X-Plain the X-Men ECCC Meetup & Party!
    Jay and Miles—hosts of the podcast Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men—invite you to hang out, win swag, eat snacks, and gush over your favorite characters.
    Phoenix Comics & Games, Capitol Hill

    PERFORMANCE

    DC vs. Marvel: The Drag Show
    In honor of Emerald City Comic Con, WEIRD queens Old Witch and Londyn Bradshaw will clash two major comic universes. 
    Kremwerk, Downtown

    READINGS & TALKS

    Colleen Frakes and Tatiana Gill Signing
    Meet two great local women comics artists, autobiographical/social justice-focused Tatiana Gill (RecoveryDown to Clown, Plus: Body Positive Drawings, contributions to The Stranger) and fantasy-spinner Colleen Frakes (Tragic Relief, Iron Scars).
    Outsider Comics, Fremont

    Dana Simpson Signing
    Meet Washington comics artist Dana Simpson, author of the totally charming kids' graphic novel series Phoebe and Her Unicorn and the Calvin and Hobbes-esque Ozy and Millie. 
    Outsider Comics, Fremont


              NVIDIA Acquires Mellanox: Beyond the Numbers      Cache   Translate Page      

    In a bit of a surprise this past weekend NVIDIA announced that it is purchasing the networking company Mellanox for approximately $6.9 billion US. NVIDIA and Intel were engaged in a bidding war for the Israel based company. At first glance we do not see the synergies that could potentially come from such an acquisition, but in digging deeper it makes much more sense. This is still a risky move for NVIDIA as their previous history of acquisitions have not been very favorable for the company (Ageia, Icera, etc.).

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    Mellanox’s portfolio centers around datacenter connectivity solutions such as high speed ethernet and InfiniBand products. They are already a successful company that has products shipping out the door. If there is a super computer somewhere, chances are it is running Mallanox technology for high speed interconnects. This is where things get interesting for NVIDIA.

    While NVIDIA focuses on GPUS they are spreading into the datacenter at a pretty tremendous rate. Their NVLink implementation allows high speed connectivity between GPUS and recently they showed off their NVSwitch which features 18 ports. We do not know how long it took to design the NVSwitch and get it running at a high level, but NVIDIA is aiming for implementations that will exceed that technology. NVIDIA had the choice to continue in-house designs or to purchase a company already well versed in such work with access to advanced networking technology.

    Intel was also in play for Mellanox, but that particular transaction might not have been approved by anti-trust authorities around the world. If Intel had made an aggressive bid for Mellanox it would have essentially consolidated the market for these high end networking products. In the end NVIDIA offered the $6.9B US for the company and it was accepted. Because NVIDIA has no real networking solutions that are on the market it will likely be approved without issue. Unlike other purchases like Icera, Mellanox is actively shipping product and will add to the bottom line at NVIDIA.

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    The company was able to purchase Mellanox in a cash transaction. They simply dove into their cash reserves instead of offering Mellanox shareholders equal shares in NVIDIA. This $6.9B is above what AMD paid for ATI back in 2006 ($5.4B). There may be some similarities here in that the price for Mellanox could be overvalued compared to what they actually bring to the table and we will see write downs over the next several years, much as AMD did for the ATI purchase.

    The purchase will bring them instant expertise with high performance standards like InfiniBand. It will also help to have design teams versed in high speed, large node networking apply their knowledge to the GPU field and create solutions better suited for the technology. They will also continue to sell current Mellanox products.

    Another purchase in the past that looks somewhat similar to this is AMD’s acquisition of SeaMicro. That company was selling products based on their Freedom Fabric technology to create ultra-dense servers utilizing dozens of CPUs. This line of products was discontinued by AMD after poor sales, but they expanded upon Freedom Fabric and created the Infinity Fabric that powers their latest Zen CPUs.

    I can see a very similar situation occurring at NVIDIA. AMD is using their Infinity Fabric to connect multiple chiplets on a substrate, as well as utilizing that fabric off of the substrate. It also has integrated that fabric into their latest Vega GPUs. This philosophy looks to pay significant dividends for AMD once they introduce their 7nm CPUs in the form of Zen 2 and EPYC 2. AMD is not relying on large, monolithic dies for both their consumer and enterprise parts, thereby improving yields and bins on these parts as compared to what Intel does with current Xeon parts.

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    When looking at the Mellanox purchase from this view, it makes a lot of sense for NVIDIA. With process node advances moving at a much slower pace, the demand for higher performance solutions is only increasing. To meet this demand NVIDIA will be required to make efficient, multi-chip solutions that may require more performance and features than what can be covered by NVLINK. Mellanox could potentially provide the expertise and experience to help NVIDIA achieve such scale.

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              Business Development Manager, Quantum Computing - Amazon Web Services, Inc. - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page      
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              New Quantum Physics Experiment: Reality Isn't Objective      Cache   Translate Page      
    A new quantum physics experiment just lent evidence to a mind-boggling idea that was previously limited to the realm of theory, according to the MIT Technology Review -- that under the right conditions, two people can observe the same event, see two different things happen, and both be correct.
               Google Builds Cryogenic Chip to Scale-Up Its Quantum Computers       Cache   Translate Page      
    A IEEE Spectrum report said that Google has developed an integrated circuit that can work at cryogenic temperatures to program the qubits in a quantum computer.
               IBM Develops Machine Learning Algorithm Fit for Quantum Computers       Cache   Translate Page      
    IBM has developed a quantum computing-optimized algorithm that should allow for more advanced AI in the future.


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