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          Watch Every Season of Game Of Thrones in 10 Mins ! #Cocktales      Comment   Translate Page      
For all my GOT’ers out there !!! If you watch this show you will understand just how rich the lore is and how easy it is to forget some of it. With the shows return to HBO this weekend for its final season, Gizmodo has compiled the perfect refresher of every season and everything you […]
          Marvel finally explained those matching suits in the trailers for ‘Avengers: Endgame’      Comment   Translate Page      
A series of toy leaks months ago revealed that several of the surviving Avengers would don matching white suits in Avengers: Endgame, similar to the armor that Hank Pym wore in Ant-Man and the Wasp to go to the Quantum Realm. Theories soon formed around those toys leaks, as fans expected the heroes to find a way to travel through time with the help of Scott Lang’s knowledge of Pym's work and the Quantum Realm. The Endgame directors then said in an interview that those toy leaks might not reflect the final version in the film, but that didn’t change the fact that both Lego and Hasbro had Avengers minifigs and figurines dressed up in Quantum Realm suits (that’s what we ended up calling them for lack of an official explanation). Soon after that, Marvel released new trailers and Endgame footage that showed several of the Avengers wearing the white outfits. And now we finally have an explanation about the new armor. Before we proceed, beware that some spoilers may follow below. Marvel dropped an Endgame trailer featuring several of the Avengers wearing the white suits, including Captain America, Iron Man, Nebula, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and War Machine. At the time, I wondered how many of the Avengers would wear the new suits, thinking that Marvel may have altered those scenes to make it look as if more team members would embark on the same mission. In a clip released a few days ago, we also got to see Rocket in the same white suit. In total, nine heroes would wear the uniforms, if the clip shows footage that will make it into the final cut of the film, which prompted us to speculate that one of them is Hulk/Professor Hulk. But Marvel has never explained why they have the suits, and what purpose they serve. After all, the Avengers each have their own costume. Even though they’ve been fighting as a team for years, they’ve never had matching outfits. One reason for not having them all dressed in similar battle gear is that the heroes are much easier to identify visually because of their unique suits. You can tell them apart with ease no matter how complex the battle sequence is because each of them wears whatever he or she feels comfortable wearing in battle. We’ve speculated for months now that, just as Hank and Ant-Man need suits to survive the trip to the Quantum Realm, every other Avenger who will join Lang will need similar protection. Some theories even speculated that the suits will let them survive in space, and they’re made of the same nanoparticles that Tony Stark uses for his Iron Man suit. The housing of these suits will be on the wrists of the surviving Avengers, these theories said, which would explain all those leaked photos from the Endgame set that showed several Avengers with an identical wearable parked on their wrists. That’s all the unofficial information about the white suits that’s out there. But Marvel this week finally addressed the uniforms. It was Marvel boss Kevin Feige who addressed the new armor in an interview with io9. “We call them the team suits,” Feige said. “And we early on decided [revealing them] was a big differentiating factor between [Endgame] and the other films. The Avengers have never had matching outfits before, [so] we thought it was a very intriguing image to see something that made this film feel new.” Feige said that Marvel and Disney’s marketing issues weren’t just about hiding spoilers, but also about making sure the audience knows Endgame isn’t Infinity War 2, but a standalone movie. The suits helped with that. “[We had to] make it feel more than just Infinity War II. Because it’s not,” he said. “Those team suits add something fresh to it. As does Hawkeye, as does Captain Marvel. As does Scott Lang.” The fact that the surviving Avengers will wear the same suits does send a powerful message. Whatever happened between them, they’re ready to put their differences aside and work as a team to defeat the most significant threat they’ve encountered so far. Seeing Tony and Steve rocking the team suits in various scenes is a signal that the moment we’ve been dying to see since Civil War is coming soon. The two Avengers leaders will meet for the first time in years and make up. The purpose of the suits isn’t just to let the audience know that Endgame is a new movie, or that the Avengers have grown a lot as a team since the original movie. It's also functional armor. As expected, Feige didn't address that in the interview. We’re probably going to have to wait until April 26th to learn exactly what the suits do and why Stark created them. And Stark wouldn't just create these matching suits without having some solid reasons to do it. How many of the Avengers will wear them while going back in time via the Quantum Realm? Up to nine, if the latest TV spot is accurate, although the clips may be misleading. The Russo brothers confirmed more than once that their trailers mislead the audience on purpose, to protect the plot. With that in mind, Joe Russo also addressed the team suits in the same interview, although he shared even less information about them. “Obviously anything that goes into the trailers is really well considered,” he said. “And whatever people want to take away from that they can take away from that.” The main takeaway from Feige’s revelations is that the suits are real, they’re called the team suits, and we’re going to see them in the film.
          The Feds, Police Are Using Google's Location History Feature to Track Down Suspects      Comment   Translate Page      

Law enforcement queries of Google’s massive mobile device Location History database, which employees call Sensorvault, has “risen sharply in the past six months,” the New York Times reported on Saturday, citing sources at the company.

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          Petting Zoos May Be Chock Full of Superbugs      Comment   Translate Page      

Those adorably tame goats and other animals you love to touch at your local petting zoo might not be so harmless after all, according to some early research out this weekend. It suggests that many petting zoo animals could harbor and potentially spread dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria, including two strains of

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          Breaking Down Hellboy's Cryptic Post-Credits Scenes      Comment   Translate Page      

Neil Marshall’s Hellboy is a reboot that does the source material little justice in terms of the quality of the adaptation, but it is jam-packed with nods and references to the comics, one of which suggests that, at least in theory, there might (have) been plans for future films.

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          In the First Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer, a New Jedi Hero Rises      Comment   Translate Page      

At this year’s Star Wars Celebration the creative team behind Respawn’s upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order took to the stage to debut the game’s first trailer and discuss Star Wars’ newest Jedi: Cal Kestis.

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          Report: Hackers Steal, Publish Data on Thousands of Federal Agents, Police Officers Across US      Comment   Translate Page      

Hackers have stolen data from “several FBI-affiliated websites” and are distributing it across the web, TechCrunch reported on Friday, with details on “thousands of federal agents and law enforcement officers” now floating around on the web.

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          Janelle Monáe Brought Her Vision of the Future to Coachella Through Music and Fashion      Comment   Translate Page      

All it takes is listening to a few tracks of Janelle Monáe’s music (or watching her music videos) to grasp hold of the multifaceted, Afrofuturistic energy coursing through nearly every aspect of the artist’s work. For her set at this year’s Coachella, though, Monáe made a point of making sure that her numerous costume…

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          Los tres cohetes no son lo único que SpaceX aterrizó tras el lanzamiento del Falcon Heavy      Comment   Translate Page      
El primer lanzamiento comercial del Falcon Heavy fue un éxito total. El cohete más potente del mundo insertó un satélite de comunicaciones en órbita geoestacionaria y aterrizó sus tres propulsores par ... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          Primer teaser tráiler del Episodio IX. Prepárate para Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker      Comment   Translate Page      
A continuación un dato que te hará sentirte un poco más viejo. La primera película de Star Wars (A new Hope) se estrenó el 25 de mayo de 1977. Llevamos 42 años esperando ver el final de una de las sag ... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          Este vídeo hecho por un artista belga fantasea con mezclar los mundos de Westworld y Juego de Tronos      Comment   Translate Page      
¿A que no sabías que existe una teoría que afirma que Juego de tronos es en realidad otro parque temático dentro de Westworld ? Sí, esa teoría existe de verdad , y resulta que es totalmente cierta. Bu ... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          The Feds, Police Are Using Google's Location History Feature to Track Down Suspects      Comment   Translate Page      

Law enforcement queries of Google’s massive mobile device Location History database, which employees call Sensorvault, has “risen sharply in the past six months,” the New York Times reported on Saturday, citing sources at the company.

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          Petting Zoos May Be Chock Full of Superbugs      Comment   Translate Page      

Those adorably tame goats and other animals you love to touch at your local petting zoo might not be so harmless after all, according to some early research out this weekend. It suggests that many petting zoo animals could harbor and potentially spread dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria, including two strains of

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          Breaking Down Hellboy's Cryptic Post-Credits Scenes      Comment   Translate Page      

Neil Marshall’s Hellboy is a reboot that does the source material little justice in terms of the quality of the adaptation, but it is jam-packed with nods and references to the comics, one of which suggests that, at least in theory, there might (have) been plans for future films.

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          In the First Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer, a New Jedi Hero Rises      Comment   Translate Page      

At this year’s Star Wars Celebration the creative team behind Respawn’s upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order took to the stage to debut the game’s first trailer and discuss Star Wars’ newest Jedi: Cal Kestis.

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          Put Alexa In Three Rooms With This $70 Echo Dot Bundle      Comment   Translate Page      

If you’re looking to jump into Alexa-powered household, or need a few more to litter your home with, boy, do we have a deal for you. Add three Echo Dots to your cart and you’ll get all of them for $70. That’s $80 in savings, and about $23 per dot.

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          Report: Hackers Steal, Publish Data on Thousands of Federal Agents, Police Officers Across US      Comment   Translate Page      

Hackers have stolen data from “several FBI-affiliated websites” and are distributing it across the web, TechCrunch reported on Friday, with details on “thousands of federal agents and law enforcement officers” now floating around on the web.

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          Janelle Monáe Brought Her Vision of the Future to Coachella Through Music and Fashion      Comment   Translate Page      

All it takes is listening to a few tracks of Janelle Monáe’s music (or watching her music videos) to grasp hold of the multifaceted, Afrofuturistic energy coursing through nearly every aspect of the artist’s work. For her set at this year’s Coachella, though, Monáe made a point of making sure that her numerous costume…

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          Tech Should Solve Tax Problems, Not Cause Them      Comment   Translate Page      

There’s a good chance that like millions of Americans, you’re currently procrastinating on filing your taxes despite the fact Tax Day is less than 48 hours away. That makes sense. After all, technology gave us e-filing, thereby enabling all of our worst impulses to leave this very important legal obligation to the…

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          Satuday's Best Deals: Echo Dots, Razer Blade Pro, TP-Link Smart Plugs, J.Crew Factory, and More      Comment   Translate Page      

An air fryer, PhoneSoap, Sport Research Gold Box, and a Fossil sale lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web.

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          Meet the Wild Creatures That Roamed Historic Texas – Gizmodo      Comment   Translate Page      

Artist’s interpretation of Texas wildlife some 11 million to 12 million years ago.Image: Jay Matternes/ The Smithsonian Institution A comprehensive analysis of thousands of fossils collected during the Great Depression in Texas has revealed a remarkable diversity of ancient wildlife. With elephant-like gomphotheres, rhinos, antelopes, and camels, the Lone Star State was once a very…

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          韓国のホテルで1600人を盗撮してネットで配信される事件      Comment   Translate Page      
韓国のホテルで1600人を盗撮してネットで配信される事件

元スレ

1 :2019/04/07(日) 15:18:06.95 ID:DsKT96xS0.net ?PLT(12001)

安心して眠れるはずのホテルなのに。
韓国の警察はホテルに違法に設置したカメラでおよそ1600人の宿泊客を盗撮されていたことがわかったと発表しました。
しかも何千人もの人がその盗撮映像を見ていたとのこと。小さな盗撮カメラは、10都市、42ヶ所のホテルの部屋のテレビの中や電源コンセントなどの中に隠されていました。
映像はあるウェブサイトでライブ映像で見られるようになっていて、サイトの登録者は4000人を超えていました。CNNが伝えるところによると、サイト会員は
月に50ドル(約5,500円)を払うと盗撮のライブ映像の視聴が可能で、録画されているものも視聴できたそうです。女性の隠し撮りなどの犯罪の広がりで、
盗撮探知器の売上は跳ね上がっているとも伝えられています。

68 :2019/04/07(日) 23:25:43.58 ID:s9Qfcy0/0.net

撮られた人は出演料を貰った方がイイな

33 :2019/04/07(日) 16:11:34.22 ID:68Vld4bt0.net

なんか数日前に韓国ホテルの宿泊客が減っててピンチみたいなスレ有ったな
そりゃ減るわ

35 :2019/04/07(日) 16:29:26.39 ID:+jAflim60.net

人類は天動説から地動説へのパラダイムシフトを経験しました。 
不動の地球から宇宙を見るのではなく、宇宙から地球を見るのです。
多くの文明国では、世界全体の観点から客観的に自国を見ています。
しかし韓国人は、「不動の」韓国から、主観的に世界を見ています。
自分たちは何も変わらずに、韓国以外に変わることを要求しています。
韓国人が天動説から脱却できるのは、いつになることでしょうか?

3 :2019/04/07(日) 15:19:22.77 ID:2pDsJ7VU0.net

韓国に安心して泊まれるホテルって無いのか?

34 :2019/04/07(日) 16:17:54.09 ID:HVqwPhJj0.net

韓国じゃ日常茶飯事だろ?

21 :2019/04/07(日) 15:33:38.33 ID:aqF2Zozd0.net

ホテル従業員が合鍵で入ってきてレイプするのが韓国ホテル

19 :2019/04/07(日) 15:30:21.30 ID:Cu89ZDrC0.net

6500人だろ

54 :2019/04/07(日) 18:52:05.98 ID:ndnDCy+L0.net

分かってるのだけでも1600人て凄いな

80 :2019/04/08(月) 17:08:00.45 ID:n9IpR7jX0.net

    ■■■■■■■■
.   ■..   ザイニティ  ■ _人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人
  .. ii    /”..  ”\ .ii ..> 日本人のAV! 日本人のテレビ番組! 日本人のゲーム!<
  . |  ( 。)   ( 。) | > 美味しい日本料理! 日本の文化に支配されるウリの人生!!!!<
 .  〈___::: ⌒ ||⌒..:::__〉  ̄Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^Y^
    |     ●_●    |    __
     \    |r┬|. / ̄ ̄⌒/⌒   /
    (⌒   Uー’´/ AV . /     /
    i\  \ ,(つ 情報/   ⊂)
    |  \   y(つ__./,__⊆)
    |   ヽ_ノ    |
    |       ∩  ..|_     _,,..i'”‘:,      民族の裏切り者・・・・
     ヽ、___     ̄ ヽ ヽ   |\`、: i’、       韓国に差別されるパンチョッパリニダ〜
     と_______ノ_ノ   \\`_’,..-i 
                      .\|_,..-┘

4 :2019/04/07(日) 15:19:26.03 ID:M0PDr1I/0.net

ウヨさん「日本も韓国に負けるな!」

38 :2019/04/07(日) 16:45:52.93 ID:uKCpA/sj0.net

81 :2019/04/09(火) 01:13:05.00 ID:XABRHsVF0.net

【12日まで】500円を貰える春のばらまきキャンペーン開催中です
   
スマホのApp Storeから「プリン(pring)」をインストールする   
会員登録を済ませる 
下図の通りに進む 
    
コードを登録 [5gAYSz]
  
これで五百円を貰えます     
スマホを使ってセブンATMからお金を下ろせたり(キャッシュカード不要)便利なアプリですので是非ご利用下さい    

40 :2019/04/07(日) 16:56:26.94 ID:GoyYNafx0.net

【12日まで】500円を貰える春のばらまきキャンペーン開催中です
   
スマホのApp Storeから「プリン(pring)」をインストールする   
会員登録を済ませる 
下図の通りに進む 
    
コードを登録 [5gAYSz]
  
これで五百円を貰えます     
スマホを使ってセブンATMからお金を下ろせたり(キャッシュカード不要)便利なアプリですので是非ご利用下さい    

41 :2019/04/07(日) 16:57:35.30 ID:KtWvU5g50.net

チョソコーは基本「姑息」だからねーw

29 :2019/04/07(日) 15:52:48.95 ID:qhpY5CMe0.net

tokyoumotionはなぜ許されたのか?定期

16 :2019/04/07(日) 15:28:07.43 ID:8L9C9mNG0.net

盗撮とレイプは下朝鮮のお家芸

18 :2019/04/07(日) 15:29:46.88 ID:jHzYNCZV0.net

若い女性に人気で、その割に観光客が少なくて、こんなことすんのか。

28 :2019/04/07(日) 15:52:38.38 ID:y7NGEdZx0.net

これで脅されるんだろ。

84 :2019/04/09(火) 07:35:15.46 ID:DK5vMcas0.net

外貨獲得手段として韓国国営で運営すればいいだろう

49 :2019/04/07(日) 17:43:27.80 ID:+MX8jnGi0.net

その頃日本では電車ですら危険だった

【盗撮】電車内の音を録音してただけの男がキモいとま○さんに盗撮される。

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          iPhoneのネットが遅い? だったら有線LANでつないじゃえばいいじゃない!      Comment   Translate Page      
Image:サンコーレアモノショップやっぱり有線LAN最強!iPhoneでストリーミング動画の再生をしたり、逆に動画配信を行ないたいとき、Wi-Fiでは不安定だなと感じることがあります。そういうときは、有線LANのほうが安定していいのですが、そもそもiPhoneに有線LANの端子なんてないので、使えませんよね。ああ、iPhoneで有線LANが使えたらなー。そんな願いを叶えてくれるのが、サンコーレア
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Amazon(アマゾン)では、期間限定セールが多数開催されています。執筆現在、人気の1,000円台のUSB充電式エチケットカッターやタブレットにも対応のノートPCスタンドがお買い得なセールを開催中です。
          Westworld Welcomes Lena Waithe to Season Three      Comment   Translate Page      

Westworld’s last season ended with the power dynamics between the titular park’s human guests and cybernetic hosts shifting in a radical way as the inorganic beings moved forward on their path to wrestling freedom from their creators. But for the show’s next season, the cast is getting larger in order to tell even…

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          Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight      Comment   Translate Page      

Stratolaunch, the world’s largest plane by wingspan and the brainchild of late Silicon Valley billionaire Paul Allen, finally took off at around 10:00 a.m. local time on Saturday for a two and a half hour inaugural flight, the Washington Post reported.

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          Marvel finally explained those matching suits in the trailers for ‘Avengers: Endgame’      Comment   Translate Page      
A series of toy leaks months ago revealed that several of the surviving Avengers would don matching white suits in Avengers: Endgame, similar to the armor that Hank Pym wore in Ant-Man and the Wasp to go to the Quantum Realm. Theories soon formed around those toys leaks, as fans expected the heroes to find a way to travel through time with the help of Scott Lang’s knowledge of Pym's work and the Quantum Realm. The Endgame directors then said in an interview that those toy leaks might not reflect the final version in the film, but that didn’t change the fact that both Lego and Hasbro had Avengers minifigs and figurines dressed up in Quantum Realm suits (that’s what we ended up calling them for lack of an official explanation). Soon after that, Marvel released new trailers and Endgame footage that showed several of the Avengers wearing the white outfits. And now we finally have an explanation about the new armor. Before we proceed, beware that some spoilers may follow below. Marvel dropped an Endgame trailer featuring several of the Avengers wearing the white suits, including Captain America, Iron Man, Nebula, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and War Machine. At the time, I wondered how many of the Avengers would wear the new suits, thinking that Marvel may have altered those scenes to make it look as if more team members would embark on the same mission. In a clip released a few days ago, we also got to see Rocket in the same white suit. In total, nine heroes would wear the uniforms, if the clip shows footage that will make it into the final cut of the film, which prompted us to speculate that one of them is Hulk/Professor Hulk. But Marvel has never explained why they have the suits, and what purpose they serve. After all, the Avengers each have their own costume. Even though they’ve been fighting as a team for years, they’ve never had matching outfits. One reason for not having them all dressed in similar battle gear is that the heroes are much easier to identify visually because of their unique suits. You can tell them apart with ease no matter how complex the battle sequence is because each of them wears whatever he or she feels comfortable wearing in battle. We’ve speculated for months now that, just as Hank and Ant-Man need suits to survive the trip to the Quantum Realm, every other Avenger who will join Lang will need similar protection. Some theories even speculated that the suits will let them survive in space, and they’re made of the same nanoparticles that Tony Stark uses for his Iron Man suit. The housing of these suits will be on the wrists of the surviving Avengers, these theories said, which would explain all those leaked photos from the Endgame set that showed several Avengers with an identical wearable parked on their wrists. That’s all the unofficial information about the white suits that’s out there. But Marvel this week finally addressed the uniforms. It was Marvel boss Kevin Feige who addressed the new armor in an interview with io9. “We call them the team suits,” Feige said. “And we early on decided [revealing them] was a big differentiating factor between [Endgame] and the other films. The Avengers have never had matching outfits before, [so] we thought it was a very intriguing image to see something that made this film feel new.” Feige said that Marvel and Disney’s marketing issues weren’t just about hiding spoilers, but also about making sure the audience knows Endgame isn’t Infinity War 2, but a standalone movie. The suits helped with that. “[We had to] make it feel more than just Infinity War II. Because it’s not,” he said. “Those team suits add something fresh to it. As does Hawkeye, as does Captain Marvel. As does Scott Lang.” The fact that the surviving Avengers will wear the same suits does send a powerful message. Whatever happened between them, they’re ready to put their differences aside and work as a team to defeat the most significant threat they’ve encountered so far. Seeing Tony and Steve rocking the team suits in various scenes is a signal that the moment we’ve been dying to see since Civil War is coming soon. The two Avengers leaders will meet for the first time in years and make up. The purpose of the suits isn’t just to let the audience know that Endgame is a new movie, or that the Avengers have grown a lot as a team since the original movie. It's also functional armor. As expected, Feige didn't address that in the interview. We’re probably going to have to wait until April 26th to learn exactly what the suits do and why Stark created them. And Stark wouldn't just create these matching suits without having some solid reasons to do it. How many of the Avengers will wear them while going back in time via the Quantum Realm? Up to nine, if the latest TV spot is accurate, although the clips may be misleading. The Russo brothers confirmed more than once that their trailers mislead the audience on purpose, to protect the plot. With that in mind, Joe Russo also addressed the team suits in the same interview, although he shared even less information about them. “Obviously anything that goes into the trailers is really well considered,” he said. “And whatever people want to take away from that they can take away from that.” The main takeaway from Feige’s revelations is that the suits are real, they’re called the team suits, and we’re going to see them in the film.
          Stratolaunch Flies - AVweb      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Stratolaunch Flies  AVweb
  2. Stratolaunch, the world's largest airplane and built to launch rockets, takes first flight  CNBC
  3. The world's largest plane just flew for the first time  CNN
  4. Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight  Gizmodo
  5. National News Watch: The world's largest plane just flew for the first time CNN Newsource 8  ABC15 Arizona
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Apple産の謎レトロマシン「W.A.L.T.」が動作してる…      Comment   Translate Page      
Image:SonnyDicksonなにコレ…。現在販売されているプロダクトが生まれる前には、企業によるさまざまな試行錯誤が存在します。今回動作する実機が登場したのは、Apple(アップル)が25年以上前に披露した謎のマシン「W.A.L.T.」です。SonnyDicksonの説明によれば、1993年にMacworldBostonにて披露されたこのW.A.L.T.。「WizzyActiveLifes
          マスクの 紐を首にかけれる補助具「くびにかけるくん」      Comment   Translate Page      
マスクの紐で耳が痛くなったり、わずらわしくなったりする問題を解決してくれる、補助具「くびにかけるくん」。紐を首の後ろを通すことによって、耳にかかる負担を解消します。
          J.J. Abrams Discusses How General Leia and Carrie Fisher Live on in The Rise of Skywalker      Comment   Translate Page      

Carrie Fisher’s sudden death in 2016 surprised the entire world, but it hit the Star Wars fandom particularly hard given the actress’ connection to the franchise and the plans for General Leia Organa’s involvement in future films. After initial uncertainty whether Fisher would appear in Episode IX, it was eventually…

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          World's largest airplane completes first test flight - Shine News      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. World's largest airplane completes first test flight  Shine News
  2. World's largest plane makes first test flight  The Sun Daily
  3. Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight  Gizmodo
  4. Stratolaunch First Flight  Stratolaunch
  5. Giant Stratolaunch - the world's widest plane - just completed its inaugural flight  Daily Mail
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          Stratolaunch plane makes first flight - SpaceNews      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. Stratolaunch plane makes first flight  SpaceNews
  2. World's largest plane makes first flight over California  Reuters
  3. The world's largest plane just flew for the first time  CNN
  4. Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight  Gizmodo
  5. Stratolaunch, the World's Biggest Aircraft, Makes Historic 1st Flight  Live Science
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          World’s largest plane makes first test flight - Malay Mail      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. World’s largest plane makes first test flight  Malay Mail
  2. Stratolaunch, the world's largest airplane and built to launch rockets, takes first flight  CNBC
  3. The world's largest plane just flew for the first time  CNN
  4. Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight  Gizmodo
  5. Paul Allen’s Stratolaunch flies world’s biggest plane for the first time: ‘Paul would have been proud’  GeekWire
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          The future is here      Comment   Translate Page      
Trumpieboy just announced he is supporting 5 G, something China has recently pushed too.

What is 5 G?

Gizmodo article (for later reading)

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Scott Adams (Dilbert) discusses why it is good at the end of this podcast including it's ability to enable education.


he also has been pushing these newfangled and safe nuclear reactors, which could revolutionize the way we obtain energy.

more at MIT review: safe nuclear power, half the price.

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Dilbert also discusses Trumpieboy's trolling of the Democrats by saying he's going to move immigrants to their "safe" cities instead of settling them in the poorer regions of the south and Southwest.

Heads explode. But why? Don't they want cheap nannies/maids/gardeners/construction workers? (yes, I'm being sarcastic. My immigrant family members work at these jobs, but it is also well known that affluent areas of the country frequently hire illegals to do these jobs because they don't have to pay as much: For example, no workman's comp or social security taxes for them and you can threaten to fire them if they complain about working overtime or in dangerous areas...when a boss made a threat against my son that he'd call "la migra", my son laughed at him...he is a US Citizen, but what about the other workers?).


one more comment on his discussion of immigration:

What no one is discussing is that maybe the "solution" is not just to build a wall or stop the funding of the caravans by people who have an agenda to change the demographics of the USA (not to actually help poor people) but to cut crime and corruption in these countries.

This can be done: but when someone tries to do it, the SJW/human rights types oppose this solution.

For example, Duterte has cut crime here, but the SJW (and the Catholic bishops) are busy demonizing him (often by taking his jokes/irony out of context) because hey, stopping criminals by rough justice is evil....

my answer: Yes, it is evil: better to convert the criminals to embrace Jesus. 

But from a pragmatic standpoint, rough justice works. Here the "carrot and stick" approach to drug gangs and drug addicts who were fueling the crime wave enabled the ordinary folks to live in safety. But alas too many of the politicians are using the corrupt and inefficient court system to get away with their crimes, and even when they are arrested, the international human rights types take their part and pressure the courts to let them go.

Yes, Mrs. George Clooney, I am talking about you.




          National News Watch: The world's largest plane just flew for the first time CNN Newsource 8 - ABC15 Arizona      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. National News Watch: The world's largest plane just flew for the first time CNN Newsource 8  ABC15 Arizona
  2. Stratolaunch, the world's largest airplane and built to launch rockets, takes first flight  CNBC
  3. The world's largest plane just flew for the first time  CNN
  4. Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight  Gizmodo
  5. World's largest plane makes first flight over California  Yahoo News
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          DIY gravitational waves with 'BlackHoles@Home' - Phys.org      Comment   Translate Page      
  1. DIY gravitational waves with 'BlackHoles@Home'  Phys.org
  2. More black-hole mergers from LIGO-Virgo  physicsworld.com
  3. Gravitational Wave Detectors Spot Two Potential Black Hole Collisions In A Week  Gizmodo Australia
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          Music Industry Piracy Fears: A Historical Perspective [Image Cache]      Comment   Translate Page      

There is nothing about this old Dead Kennedys cassette single I don't love. [SB1 via HypeMachine]




          Science updates!      Comment   Translate Page      

It's hard to evade politics, even in a weekend science update. for example when a top Republican factotum declares: “Science is a Democrat thing.” 

Um. They say it proudly! Yes, science, but also every single fact-based profession. Including medicine, law, teaching, journalism and those "deep state" enemies -- the Intel/FBI/military officer corps -- who know that fact and science and climate change are real.


== Long ago at least they had an excuse for ignorance... ==

As we re-examine our distant past...

We’re finding numerous past eras when the male population in a region was winnowed to a narrow gene pool or else replaced by newcomers. One massive swing happened about 12,000 years ago, about the same time that two technologies might have exacerbated male death rates: agricultural kingdoms and the availability of plentiful beer. (This is actually my own theory, based upon traveller reports from Polynesia and other places that told of kings ordering the instant death of offending louts. It would help explain human resistance to addiction, which though terribly imperfect is greater than in most species.)

Now comes evidence that a mass migration of males transformed the genetic make-up of people in Spain during the Bronze Age. It remains unclear whether there was a violent invasion or whether a male-centric social structure played an important role.” Interesting article!  And yet, in my “contrarian gadfly” role, I must point out that while dominance by top king-chief-patriarchs seems the most likely explanation, there IS another way that a Y chromosome winnowing could have occurred. 

Female dominance. There have been a few cases of matriarchy in which women councils exerted strong control over which males were allowed to breed. It is quite conceivable (get it?) for such councils to enforce hypergamy – preference to share those males who meet strict standards, rather than “settle” for average. 

A mild version of this practice was seen among the Cherokee and Iroquois, for example.  Yes, our sad litany of nasty and oppressive patriarchies was far more common. But it’s wrong simply to assume that Y chromosome winnowing happened because of inter-male strife. It might have been female selection, which is actually the great driver of evolution in many non-human species.

== More evidence from the past ==

And the Denisovan story gets even more complicated and strange: our Denisovan cousins may have mated with modern humans as recently as 15,000 years ago.

A fossil discovery in North Dakota is strongly believed to be a fish that was blasted and killed precisely the very day that the Cretaceous ended with the Chicxulub meteorite impact, 66 million years ago, the most incredible (and precise) paleontological discovery of the century, so far. If this story is even 5% true...wow. Just wow.

Meanwhile a new fossil trove in China - the Qingjiang biota - has yielded thousands of Cambrian period specimens, with dozens of new species, yet to be named.

Gabonionta are the earliest multicellular macroscopic organisms discovered so far, vastly older –by almost 4x ! – than previous evidence for complex life. Known only from their fossilized mucous trails in black shale from Gabon. Likely something like colonial amoebae or slime molds, they seem to have appeared almost right after Earth finally got appreciable oxygen in its atmosphere. Good science reporting.

My old Caltech housemate Joe Kirschvink has done it again, proving (with colleagues) that humans have a small but verified sensitivity to magnetic fields. 

== Tech updates ==

Via Peter Diamandis: Researchers at Boston University have mathematically designed a 3D acoustic metamaterial that can block up to 94 percent of noise flowing through it. Most dramatically, however, the 3D-printed structure reflects noise-producing vibrations without impeding the passage of light or airflow itself.

GauGAN, from NVIDIA, may be the “MS Paint for the AI age.” Using a generative adversarial network (GAN) trained on 1 million Flickr images, GauGAN can create photorealistic images from just a few lines drawn by a user. As an example, a user could click on “tree,” draw a line, and GauGAN will create an image of a tree trunk.

And “Google has successfully shrunk its speech algorithm storage demands down to 80MB, rendering its speech recognizer small enough to fit on your smartphone, and work offline.”

A world game-changer would be to wean billions off cattle or other inefficient and eco-damaging meats, either with vegetable substitutes like the (yummy) Beyond Burger or else real-meat by tissue culture. Latest: “Memphis Meats, for example, recently filed a patent describing a method to create real chicken and beef tissue using CRISPR.”

Goodyear unveiled its new concept Aero tire, designed to run on roads and double as a propulsion system for flying vehicles.  Yes, the tires become rotors capable of downward thrust and lift. Yipe. Amazing tech.

Optical interferometry has long promised to help us parse distant planets from their hugely brighter nearby stars. Now a group claims to have done it. But then, a few weeks later, we got that image of a real black hole(!) via a method very similar.

 == short takes ==

Methane is so good at trapping heat that one ton of the gas causes 32 times as much warming as one ton of CO2. And Methane is spiking. The possible sources are worrisome. The GOP blocked Obama efforts to fund more inspectors to prevent venting from oil fields. But Trump savagely cut them further and progress toward an international treaty have foundered. 

Even worse are signs that methane is bubbling forth from permafrost and undersea hydrate ices, threatening the “blurp” cascade that would truly make it all deadly, making Earth an almost literal hell. These people are outright enemies of your children.

Slime molds’ ability to reconfigure their volume while fleeing from spots of light has enabled scientists to use these biological computers to solve complex mathematical  conundrums like the Traveling Salesman Problem.

Our opportunity to save ourselves includes ideas like the “Circular Economy.” Watch the video. Then re-read Earth?

An article on Vox discusses the latest silly-wrongheaded attempt by zealots to shout “messages” into the cosmos without ever doing risk analysis or talking it over with the rest of humanity, or allowing their assumptions to be examined. The saddest part is their dislike of science fiction, since SF explores a wide horizon of possibilities, and their religious fanaticism allows for only one.

Wallace’s bee, the size of your thumb and thought extinct, rediscovered!

Evidence that the huge Deccan Traps volcanic eruptions started just before the Yucatan asteroid impact, and hence may have severely weakened the dinosaurs and other species… but then got even worse after the impact, possibly tightening the noose. “The researchers' dates are also consistent with a major shift in the properties of the erupted rock occurring at the same time as the impact. This supports the idea that the impact's seismic effects reached across the entire planet.”

Wired ran a story on Valentine’s Day about OpenAI, the nonprofit institute founded by Elon Musk and Y Combinator founder Sam Altman, which has apparently designed a system that can learn natural language patterns better than any previous attempt so far after feeding it eight million web pages to train it. What is newsworthy to me about this is what they did next: they stopped to consider the implications.  “It could be that someone who has malicious intent would be able to generate high-quality fake news,” an OAI vice president told Wired.

We are a glorious, scientific civilization. Pictures of black holes! SpaceX triple landings! New disease cures! Meat substitutes! And if the enemies of all this want to make this partisan, then let's go.


          Juul Plans A New Device Tracking Program To Regulate Minor Consumption      Comment   Translate Page      

A glass case shows Juul products for sale.

Major e-cigarette company Juul has been under pressure by the FDA for some time, due to the number of underage consumers purchasing their vape products. Vaping has been on a rise recently, with many children and teens taking part in the trend by using Juul’s easy-to-conceal device. The Juul itself, as well as the cartridges, known as pods, can be purchased at just about any local gas station or convenience store. Yes, you are supposed to be 18-years-old to purchase the product, but many underage users have of course found ways around that stipulation. The result is that many young people are getting hooked on nicotine, a problem that FDA is fighting hard to regulate, according to Gizmodo.

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          J.J. Abrams Discusses How General Leia and Carrie Fisher Live on in The Rise of Skywalker      Comment   Translate Page      

Carrie Fisher’s sudden death in 2016 surprised the entire world, but it hit the Star Wars fandom particularly hard given the actress’ connection to the franchise and the plans for General Leia Organa’s involvement in future films. After initial uncertainty whether Fisher would appear in Episode IX, it was eventually…

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          Westworld Welcomes Lena Waithe to Season Three      Comment   Translate Page      

Westworld’s last season ended with the power dynamics between the titular park’s human guests and cybernetic hosts shifting in a radical way as the inorganic beings moved forward on their path to wrestling freedom from their creators. But for the show’s next season, the cast is getting larger in order to tell even…

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          Stratolaunch, World's Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight      Comment   Translate Page      

Stratolaunch, the world’s largest plane by wingspan and the brainchild of late Silicon Valley billionaire Paul Allen, finally took off at around 10:00 a.m. local time on Saturday for a two and a half hour inaugural flight, the Washington Post reported.

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          Great Hill Partners, Private Equity Firm, Buys Gizmodo Media Group From Univision - The Daily Beast      Comment   Translate Page      
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          WPS Office - Word, Docs, PDF, Note, Slide & Sheet v11.5.4 Full - Apk Atualizado      Comment   Translate Page      

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          Oculus fabricó mandos con miles de mensajes secretos por accidente      Comment   Translate Page      
Si has comprado o reservado una los nuevos headsets de Oculus, los Oculus Rift S y Oculus Quest, es posible que veas una pequeña sorpresa en los mandos que vienen con tus gafas. Read more... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          Facebook ya no te pedirá que felicites a un amigo que ya haya fallecido en su cumpleaños      Comment   Translate Page      
Muchos de nosotros utilizamos Facebook para recordar los cumpleaños de los amigos. La red social, en general, es una buena herramienta para eso. Sin embargo, a más de uno le ha saltado un recordatorio ... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          Cómo esta mosca terminó atrapada en una lente de cámara de $2.000      Comment   Translate Page      
La próxima vez que estés mirando una de las lentes de tu cámara y encuentres una partícula de polvo, no te quejes. Los profesionales de Lensrentals recibieron una devolución de una Canon 70-200mm f2.8 ... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          J.J. Abrams rodó The Rise of Skywalker con las escenas de Carrie Fisher que no se usaron en The Force Awakens      Comment   Translate Page      
El estreno del primer teaser tráiler de Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker nos dio mucho de que hablar. Provocó gritos, infartos y hasta se dice que rompió Twitter por un momento . Uno de los detalles q ... - Fuente: es.gizmodo.com
          Enter the Smart Home With This Terrific Discount on the August Smart Lock Pro      Comment   Translate Page      

August’s Smart Lock Pro lets you lock and unlock your door from anywhere using your phone, it’s even compatible with Siri, and you can get it for just $165 today, when bundled with a Connect Hub.

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          Entenda por que a imagem real do buraco negro é tão importante, mesmo "borrada"      Comment   Translate Page      

Para a comunidade científica e entusiastas da ciência, a revelação da primeira imagem real de um buraco negro foi recebida com louvor. Já para parte do público geral, o feito histórico da ciência moderna foi encarado com posts decepcionados nas redes sociais e muitos memes — tudo porque a foto "borrada" não se parecia com Gargantua, o buraco negro de Interestelar, tido como uma representação cientificamente fiel de como se esperaria que um buraco negro se parecesse.

Bom, antes de qualquer coisa, vamos explicar rapidamente o que é um buraco negro: são objetos extremamente massivos, cujo campo gravitacional é tão intenso que nada consegue escapar dali de dentro, nem mesmo a luz, uma vez que estiver na região chamada de horizonte de eventos — ao redor do "buraco". Sendo assim, acreditava-se que jamais seria possível fotografar um buraco negro (afinal, a luz não escapa dali para "viajar" pelo espaço até chegar a nós). Contudo, a equipe do Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) deu um jeitinho para fotografar o que estava acontecendo ao redor do buraco negro que fica no centro da galáxia M87, a 55 milhões de anos-luz da Terra.

A imagem levou dois anos para ser elaborada, pois o EHT conecta radiotelescópios de todo o mundo para criar um telescópio virtual gigantesco, do tamanho da Terra. Então os dados coletados em 2017 foram reunidos e depois compilados por um algoritmo, que gerou a imagem mostrando o real aspecto do buraco negro. Essa imagem, apesar de "borrada", é bastante próxima ao que os cientistas do EHT imaginavam, por sinal:

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À esquerda, a imagem do buraco negro da M87. No centro, a simulação de como o buraco negro seria. À direita, a mesma simulação borrada digitalmente para corresponder à resolução do telescópio, mostrando que a imagem real registrada está totalmente de acordo com o esperado pelas simulações (Imagem: Akiyama et al (ApJL (2019))

Quanto à imagem hollywoodiana de Gargantua, Kazunori Akiyama, pesquisador do Observatório Haystack do MIT, que liderou a equipe responsável pela imagem do EHT, disse que "a imagem em Interestelar é quase correta". No filme, o buraco negro em questão tem uma fina faixa de matéria ao redor de seu centro, algo que não vemos na imagem do buraco negro da M87, mas isso é fácil de explicar: de acordo com os dados do EHT, a imagem que vemos do buraco negro mostra a região mais próxima de um de seus polos, então o buraco negro na foto real não está de frente para o nosso ponto de vista. Sendo assim, o disco de matéria ao seu redor teria sido obscurecido pelo ângulo de observação, de acordo com Akiyama. É mais ou menos como observar, muito de longe, Saturno de cima ou de baixo: você não veria os anéis cruzando o planeta.

Já com relação ao brilho observado ao redor do buraco negro da M87, que parece ter um formato mais brilhante ainda no canto inferior esquerdo, isso acontece porque o objeto está girando. O material orbitando o buraco negro também está girando, afetado pela gravidade do objeto, o que implica no espaço-tempo a seu redor. Isso significa que esses materiais, quando se movendo em nossa direção, parecem mais brilhantes na imagem, enquanto o material que se afasta do nosso ângulo de visão parece mais escuro.

No filme de Christopher Nolan, esse detalhe do brilho foi omitido, provavelmente porque "o olho humano não seria capaz de discernir as diferenças de brilho nos dois lados do buraco quando esse brilho geral é tão extremo", explicou Kip Thorne, físico da Caltech e consultor de Interestelar.

Por enquanto, uma imagem como esta de um buraco negro segue existindo apenas em produções de Hollywood

Astrofísicos explicam o que vemos na imagem do EHT

Sheperd Doeleman, líder do EHT, e Katie Mack, astrofísica da North Carolina State University, falaram sobre a imagem obtida e por que ela fez todo sentido. Começando pela parte mais escura da imagem, o centro do buraco negro, eles explicam que, ainda que os chamemos de "objetos", a verdade é que eles não os são exatamente. A mancha escura é uma sombra, uma "pia" espacial, e toda luz e matéria que "cair" ali é tirada para sempre da nossa visualização.

O horizonte de eventos de um buraco negro é como se fosse o topo de uma cachoeira: imagine um peixe nadando num rio em direção ao topo da cachoeira; após certa distância, a água corre tão rapidamente que o peixe não consegue escapar apenas tentando nadar na direção oposta. O peixe, no caso, é o raio de luz se aproximando do buraco negro, sem conseguir escapar e "caindo" ali. Então, ao olhar para um buraco negro, saiba que existe luz e existe matéria ali, mas nós jamais poderemos ver isso, pois a luz não consegue escapar assim que "cai" de uma vez por todas.

Agora, ao olhar ao redor do centro escuro da imagem, o que vemos na verdade é a órbita dos fótons, cujo diâmetro é cerca de 2,5 vezes maior do que o do horizonte de eventos. E o anel ao redor da órbita dos fótons é brilhante porque a matéria está sendo "rasgada" em pedaços, a temperaturas de bilhões de graus, enquanto tudo é devorado pelo buraco negro a velocidades extremas. Então, a luz que vemos ao redor do buraco negro, na verdade, está vindo de todos os lados, e não apenas das laterais do objeto, sendo que o espaço-tempo está tão distorcido que algumas das luzes acabam orbitando o buraco negro em formato circular. E essa imagem é extraordinária não somente por revelar oficialmente aos nossos olhos um buraco negro, como também porque "nos permite vez, pela primeira vez, a geometria do espaço-tempo", de acordo com Doeleman.

Por que fotografar usando radiotelescópios?

O EHT conecta radiotelescópios espalhados pelo mundo para criar um imenso telescópio virtual, convertendo dados para gerar imagens. E por que não usar telescópios visuais, seja os gigantes em Terra, seja os telescópios espaciais como o Hubble, por exemplo?

Bom, buracos negros não podem ser visualizados diretamente, pois, como sabido, nem mesmo a luz escapa dali de dentro. Mas os supermassivos lançam jatos brilhantes de partículas, e esses "monstros" são cercados por discos brilhantes de acreção (como é chamado o halo ao redor do horizonte de eventos), com esse brilho podendo ser visualizado com a tecnologia adequada.

Radiotelescópios só conseguem "ver" frequências de rádio no espectro. E "o material ao redor do buraco negro é transparente para ondas de rádio, então podemos ver [com esses aparelhos] através de todo o gás quente tentando atravessar o horizonte de eventos; caso contrário, tudo o que veríamos seria uma grande bolha" no espaço, explica Doeleman.

Os radiotelescópios usados pelo EHT para observar o buraco negro da M87 em 2017 (Imagem: NY Times)

Agora, é preciso considerar o tamanho do buraco negro fotografado que, apesar de ser enorme, visto a 55 milhões de anos-luz de distância ele ocupa apenas 42 microssegundos de arco de extensão no céu — algo menor do que uma laranja na superfície da Lua sob o ponto de vista da Terra. Apenas um telescópio com resolução e tecnologias sem precedentes (o que ainda não existe) seriam capaz de, diretamente, fotografar um objeto tão pequeno no nosso céu — o Hubble, por sinal, só consegue distinguir objetos com cerca de 50 mil microssegundos de arco, pois a resolução de um telescópio depende diretamente de seu diâmetro (quanto maior, mais clara a visão). Para obter uma imagem minimamente nítida de um buraco negro à distância da M87, seria preciso um telescópio do tamanho da Terra — e foi isso o que o EHT fez, virtualmente, conectando os radiotelescópios ao redor do mundo para trabalharem de maneira sincronizada como se fossem uma só estrutura.

Todas as informações coletadas pelo telescópio virtual do EHT foram somadas em nada menos do que 8 petabytes de dados em dois anos de trabalho. Tamanha quantidade de dados não poderia ser enviada para lá e para cá por meio da internet, e então os dados de cada observatório que compõem o EHT precisaram ser transportados em discos rígidos periodicamente entre um continente e outro — processo que, obviamente, não foi nada rápido.

Para reunir, comparar, gerenciar e analisar essa enorme quantidade de informações, o EHT usou um algoritmo desenvolvido por uma equipe encabeçada por Katie Bouman, engenheira do MIT responsável pela criação do sistema capaz de contabilizar todo o volume de dados obtido pelos telescópios, formando a imagem final. Quando três telescópios fazem a medição de um mesmo local do céu, interferências atmosféricas podem gerar ruídos, e o algoritmo então retira as imagens que estão muito diferentes umas das outras do lote; logo, quanto mais imagens há de uma mesma região, mais preciso o algoritmo fica sobre a perda de informações, gerando uma imagem final realista.

Katie Bouman com os discos contendo os 8 petabytes de dados colhidos pelos radiotelescópios ao redor do planeta (Foto: EHT)

Mas por que a imagem saiu "borrada"?

A 55 milhões de anos-luz, o buraco negro da M87 é gigantesco em sua totalidade (considerando todas as partes de sua estrutura, e não apenas o "buraco" central). Com massa de 6,5 bilhões de vezes a massa do Sol, seu horizonte de eventos mede quase 40 bilhões de quilômetros de diâmetro, sendo maior do que o Sistema Solar inteiro. Enquanto isso, a Terra tem apenas 12.742 km de diâmetro, e seriam necessárias pouco mais de 2,98 milhões de Terras enfileiradas lado a lado para cobrir todo o comprimento do buraco negro da M87.

E, bem, é preciso lembrar que quanto mais longe um objeto está de você, menor ele parecerá ser. A nossa Lua, por exemplo, tem 3.400 km de diâmetro e está a 384.400 km de distância da Terra, e por isso, quando a vemos no céu, podemos cobri-la completamente posicionando um dedo polegar à sua frente. O buraco negro da M87 está a 55 milhões de km daqui, e mesmo com suas dimensões gigantescas para os nossos padrões, esta foi uma observação extremamente difícil — por isso a necessidade de se conectar radiotelescópios posicionados ao redor de todo o planeta para somar esforços.

Comparação entre o buraco negro da M87 com nosso Sol, a órbita extremamente distante de Plutão e a distância em que a sonda Voyager 1 deve estar de nós enquanto viaja pelo espaço interestelar (Imagem: National Science Foundation)

O EHT sincronizou vários telescópios ao redor do mundo, em um esforço envolvendo 200 cientistas de 20 países, usando uma técnica que explora a rotação da Terra para formar o gigante telescópio virtual. A técnica, por sinal, permite que o EHT obtenha uma resolução angular de 20 microssegundos de arco, algo suficiente para ler um jornal aberto em Nova Iorque a partir de uma calçada de Paris. Ainda assim, o buraco negro da M87 está extremamente longe, e isso explica, em partes, a imagem "borrada".

Vamos lembrar que 1 ano-luz tem aproximadamente 9,5 trilhões de quilômetros, e o buraco negro em questão está a 55 milhões de anos-luz. Então, não, mesmo com as tecnologias de ponta da atualidade, ainda não registramos um buraco negro em uma imagem digna de Interestelar, mas o fato de que conseguimos tirar uma foto real de um buraco negro, enquanto há poucos anos essa ideia era tida como simplesmente impossível de acontecer, é um feito e tanto e precisa ser comemorado — e não ridicularizado em redes sociais porque a foto não é nítida como a imaginação popular gostaria que fosse.

A gigantesca galáxia Messier 87, ou M87, fotografada pelo Hubble. Em seu centro, está o buraco negro supermassivo e seu jato cósmico, resultado do fluxo de materiais alimentando o buraco negro em questão. O material gasoso se acumula ali, e a energia liberada pelo fenômeno produz esse fluxo de partículas subatômicas, que são aceleradas a velocidades próximas à da luz (Foto: NASA)

A imagem, por sinal, comprova que Albert Einstein estava certo mais uma vez, pois ela reforça a coerência da Teoria da Relatividade Geral. O físico previu, há 100 anos, tudo isso que estamos, agora, comprovando não somente em dados, como em imagens, de maneira sem precedentes na história da ciência. Fomos capazes de prever um objeto espacial misterioso e vê-lo em imagens em um período de 100 anos, apenas — e isso deve ser admirado.

Agora, as pessoas que estão criticando o "borrão" da foto do buraco negro o fazem porque pensam em "foto" da mesma maneira que pensam na fotografia digital, feita por câmeras fotográficas ou por smartphones. Mas simplesmente não seria possível fotografar um buraco negro tal qual se aponta um celular a uma árvore, apertando um botão para que a imagem saia pronta e nítida.

A fotografia real do buraco negro da M87 pode não ser tão grandiosa como a população geral esperava que fosse, com o imaginário popular visualizando buracos negros com base em concepções da ficção científica, mas, antes de ficar desapontado com o "borrão" da imagem, vamos lembrar que a tecnologia e a ciência avançam a passos cada vez mais largos. Se hoje temos uma imagem nítida e repleta de detalhes de Plutão, é porque imagens borradas e "sem graça" foram registradas no passado, com o avanço da tecnologia permitindo o registro de imagens cada vez mais detalhadas com o passar do tempo. E isso também deve acontecer com a observação de buracos negros — há 100 anos, eles eram apenas uma teoria; agora, temos uma primeira imagem "borrada". Um dia, talvez poderemos nos admirar com buracos negros observando imagens que, talvez, se assemelhem às de Gargantua em Interestelar.

Plutão fotografado em 1996 com o Hubble, ao lado de Plutão fotografado em 2015 com a New Horizons (Imagem: Mistérios do Espaço)

E, com mais imagens como esta primeira do EHT, poderemos entender melhor os buracos negros supermassivos que se encontram no centro de suas galáxias — como o Sagittarius A*, que está no coração da nossa Via Láctea. A equipe do EHT, por sinal, também vem observando o Sagittarius A* juntamente com o buraco negro da M87, e em breve pode ser que vejamos uma imagem real do buraco negro que fica em nossa galáxia, pois a equipe, apesar de ter se concentrado primeiro em estudar e compilar os dados do objeto da M87, não desistiu de fazer o mesmo com o nosso. E tais imagens não somente têm valor para a ciência no que diz respeito ao entendimento de buracos negros e do universo em geral, como também ajudarão a ficção científica a produzir visões ainda mais precisas de como esses objetos fantásticos realmente são.

Com informações de Gizmodo, Vox, New Republic, NY Times, Science News, Futurism

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1: 2019/04/14(日) 15:20:06.71 ID:khB98OZ29
世界最大の飛行機「ストラトローンチ」が初飛行に成功

 米ストラトローンチは4月13日(現地時間)、世界最大の飛行機
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初飛行に成功しました。

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 公式発表によれば、当日の飛行では高度5180m、時速304kmに到達。
2.5時間の飛行をこなしました。

 ストラトローンチはノースロップ・グラマンの小型ロケット
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sorae 宇宙へのポータルサイト(4/14(日) 11:31配信)
https://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20190414-00010000-sorae_jp-sctch
世界最大の飛行機「スケールド・コンポジッツ・ストラトローンチ」

4: 2019/04/14(日) 15:23:04.18 ID:AjQG3EQU0
大きさがわかりにくい。
マイルドセブン置いてくれよ。

 

158: 2019/04/14(日) 16:54:01.36 ID:fVZBo43p0
>>4
俺は東京ドームか甲子園派

 

5: 2019/04/14(日) 15:23:10.07 ID:4D5507/T0
グフを乗せたりはしないの?

 

152: 2019/04/14(日) 16:46:29.44 ID:118WEOGI0
>>5
ドムもいけますw

 

8: 2019/04/14(日) 15:24:13.15 ID:0mOfLWRj0
コラで2台くっつけてるみたいに見えるな

 

9: 2019/04/14(日) 15:25:05.78 ID:Bi2klOyw0
なんつーもろい船じゃ

 

10: 2019/04/14(日) 15:26:55.70 ID:7GQKl3Hz0
no title

 

65: 2019/04/14(日) 15:45:19.94 ID:7WuT6p+l0
>>10
www

 

181: 2019/04/14(日) 17:17:22.62 ID:u47TCI610
>>10
だいたいあってるw

 

13: 2019/04/14(日) 15:27:10.61 ID:a7gviQm00
いまいちサイズ感がわからん

東京ドーム何個分?

 

104: 2019/04/14(日) 16:08:06.58 ID:Gu2+K6b+0
>>13
ギリギリ外野のフィールドに収まるくらいかな?

 

15: 2019/04/14(日) 15:27:21.41 ID:ycTHsQqY0
ラピュタのゴリアテみたいなの作ってくれ

 

16: 2019/04/14(日) 15:28:27.79 ID:7kEqanuV0
操縦士と副操縦士は左右に別れるのかな

 

17: 2019/04/14(日) 15:28:36.40 ID:4tyUC0NE0
需要あるんかい!折れそうやなーww

 

103: 2019/04/14(日) 16:08:00.53 ID:qwPezRsd0
>>17
ロケットをある程度の高度まで運んで、そこから発射させるための物みたいよ。

 

116: 2019/04/14(日) 16:11:30.05 ID:X4nVU5iU0
>>103
「カミーユ、宇宙へ・・・」

 

19: 2019/04/14(日) 15:29:19.48 ID:AmXIMCco0
翼の中心部に負荷かかりすぎ

 

24: 2019/04/14(日) 15:30:57.57 ID:FwwNzqFy0
乱気流で折れるんちゃうか。

 

25: 2019/04/14(日) 15:31:30.49 ID:KqWR+NTD0
真ん中でポッキリ折れそうで怖い

 

26: 2019/04/14(日) 15:33:05.45 ID:7GQKl3Hz0
ロケットを打ち上げる為の「装置」なんだから、
長い距離やら、天候が悪い条件だとかでは飛ばないんじゃね?

 

27: 2019/04/14(日) 15:33:23.92 ID:dnkWqAJZ0
着陸できるところ少なそうだな

 

28: 2019/04/14(日) 15:33:30.88 ID:8hUgKrPL0
夏に琵琶湖飛んでる学生作品みたいやな

 

29: 2019/04/14(日) 15:33:43.09 ID:/WKoEkZ+0
右と左どっちがファーストクラスなん?

 

30: 2019/04/14(日) 15:33:46.61 ID:OMKFGorI0
ロケットねー
他に運用できそうもないしね

 

35: 2019/04/14(日) 15:34:32.39 ID:0Ha7qyx/0
双胴機なら、普通は中央にコックピットを配置して、
尾翼部分も連結するんだがな

 

47: 2019/04/14(日) 15:39:06.01 ID:SKG7k+xG0
>>35
水兵尾翼の制御に失敗したら簡単にねじれて堕ちそうではある

 

37: 2019/04/14(日) 15:35:08.18 ID:f1Vzr47r0

 

62: 2019/04/14(日) 15:44:25.86 ID:c5iPbeWo0
>>37
なんだそんなにでかくないな
線も細いし

 

138: 2019/04/14(日) 16:33:43.37 ID:aqH+B9IV0
>>37
ひとつだけ古いのが混じってる
「スプルース・グース」のでかさよ

 

148: 2019/04/14(日) 16:43:36.25 ID:MqTIQXOSO
>>138
ハワードヒューズの巨人機だな
ただの成金の道楽と思っていたけど
本人は冒険飛行みたいなことやってるし
けっこう真面目に考えていたみたい

 

159: 2019/04/14(日) 16:55:34.60 ID:PWg4X3Rv0
>>37
改めてスプルースグースのデカさに驚くな
ちゃんと飛んで欲しかった

 

217: 2019/04/14(日) 18:58:15.81 ID:fOV/uaGH0
>>37
これみると、大して大きくない
1の写真は画像比率いじってんのか?

 

219: 2019/04/14(日) 19:02:36.42 ID:Yr9tA2h60
>>217 そう?全幅117m(史上最長)で大きいってか、横に長いと思うけどな?

 

51: 2019/04/14(日) 15:40:28.81 ID:HgPDiTTx0
「スケールド・コンポジッツ・ストラトローンチ(あるいはロック)」
って変な名前

 

52: 2019/04/14(日) 15:41:06.33 ID:6w2rASacO
>>1

時速304kmって遅くね?

 

57: 2019/04/14(日) 15:42:43.67 ID:4u/YQDdy0
どこにロケット載せるんだろうなあ
やっぱり真ん中?
治具がついてるようには見えんけど

 

59: 2019/04/14(日) 15:43:52.18 ID:Jh9LADfB0
アルバトロスみたいなカッコ良いの期待したのに

 

64: 2019/04/14(日) 15:45:15.84 ID:CjFkF/nZ0
飛んでる動画あった
https://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm34965545

 

72: 2019/04/14(日) 15:49:02.77 ID:GrlY9kiG0
ロシアだと思ったらアメリカだった

 

73: 2019/04/14(日) 15:49:23.23 ID:hCxQI/P/0
ギガントみたいな飛行船てやっぱり非現実的なの?
翼の中に通路があるようなやつ

 

82: 2019/04/14(日) 15:53:39.34 ID:iEimPd7n0
>>73
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-48_(%E8%AA%E7%A9%BA%E6%A9%9F)
翼と胴体が一体化したブレンデッド・ウィングボディ機は研究はされてる>>80

 

80: 2019/04/14(日) 15:51:55.12 ID:V4JIbUAR0
巨大なライトプレーンみたいでどう見てもAn-225の方が役に立ちそうだなあ

 

93: 2019/04/14(日) 15:58:12.40 ID:iEimPd7n0
>>80
これは主翼下に吊るした小型ロケットを高空を上昇中に発射することで衛星打ち上げコストを下げようというコンセプトの機体なので貨物輸送するわけじゃない

 

99: 2019/04/14(日) 16:03:54.20 ID:xIhlo1rq0
>>93
でもAn-225も発射まではしないがそれに近いことをする特殊な機体だった。
https://cdni.rbth.com/rbthmedia/images/2018.11/original/5bf28a3b85600a4ca533b2d3.jpg

 

135: 2019/04/14(日) 16:31:23.93 ID:iEimPd7n0
>>99
その状態でブランを切り離して打ち上げるわけじゃなし、ただ輸送するだけと打ち上げじゃぜんぜん違うけど

 

168: 2019/04/14(日) 17:00:20.02 ID:xIhlo1rq0
>>135
ブランはそうだけど、その後の構想のMAKSは空中で発射して
滑空させて打ち上げるプランもあった。

 

157: 2019/04/14(日) 16:53:36.93 ID:pUiFGozz0
>>99
どこが近いんだ?それ輸送機だろ

 

105: 2019/04/14(日) 16:08:17.42 ID:QJfVVcjU0

 

147: 2019/04/14(日) 16:40:00.35 ID:kXNms6Mp0
>>105
かわいい

 

209: 2019/04/14(日) 18:46:22.02 ID:gXEuD8wx0
>>105
何だろう
何か笑える

 

115: 2019/04/14(日) 16:11:17.19 ID:McCorkf30
他の双胴機と比べて、なんか不安定感あるなと思ってたら
水平尾翼が繋がってないないんだな
繋ごうよ

 

121: 2019/04/14(日) 16:12:36.21 ID:b/F3acLo0
>>115
いやだよ

 

178: 2019/04/14(日) 17:14:06.36 ID:iEimPd7n0
>>115
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaled_Composites_Stratolaunch#Design
要出典になってるけど双胴の間に吊るすペイロード(ロケット)が起こす乱流の影響を受けないように水平尾翼は繋いでないとある

この機体には関わってないけどバート・ルータンが設計したスケールド社のホワイトナイトも同じ構成になってる

 

140: 2019/04/14(日) 16:35:25.13 ID:k3nV8Lbr0
>>1
双胴空母に通じるものがあるけど左右で舵取りミスると翼の真中の負担が酷そう

 

189: 2019/04/14(日) 17:47:45.90 ID:Pvw/naez0
>>140 そうやって旋回するんだぜ

 

190: 2019/04/14(日) 17:49:06.72 ID:7WyGVTHy0
素直に2機でいいんじゃね?

 

192: 2019/04/14(日) 17:52:05.98 ID:i3S0rgPt0
>>190
飛行機二機で物吊して飛ぶって、
パイロットにとてつもない超絶技巧が求められるんじゃないの?

 

200: 2019/04/14(日) 18:16:54.21 ID:qIR5fyk10
日本に来たら見に行きたい

 

 

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Notes From The Field

By Simon Black

April 12, 2019
Dorado, Puerto Rico

Each Friday we highlight a number of important, and often bizarre stories from around the world that my team and I are closely following:

To take your freedom requires more evidence than to take your money. For now.

Elizabeth Warren wants to end “beyond a reasonable doubt” for criminal convictions

Elizabeth Warren wants to destroy centuries of legal standards

To take your freedom requires more evidence than to take your money. For now.

Criminal convictions depend on the accused being guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. Civil convictions depend only on a preponderance of evidence pointing to guilt.

But Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced a bill last week to apply criminal penalties to corporate executives found civilly liable for company misconduct.

And these criminal penalties would apply regardless of intent. Failure to stop a crime would be considered a crime itself, whether you knew about it or not.

The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers is speaking out against the proposed law, calling it a dangerous attempt to abandon “core principles of criminal law that have been part of the Anglo-American legal tradition for centuries.”

As a former Harvard Law Professor, Warren must understand the implications of this bill. And that makes her a very scary candidate to occupy the oval office.

But what else would we expect from this crop of rising Bolsheviks? Revolutions can’t abide by stale old ideas like rule of law.

Philadelphia becomes the first major US city to ban cashless stores

Two weeks ago we talked about a San Francisco politician trying to require all stores in the city to hire cashiers and accept cash.

Now Philadelphia has beat them to the punch. It is the first major US city to outlaw the coming innovation of cash/cashierless stores, like Amazon Go.

The excuse, of course, is that people without access to credit cards or bank accounts won’t be able to use those cashless stores.

Seems like it would be a lot easier for those people to continue going to the same stores where they are currently shopping, and allow other consumers who prefer to shop at Amazon Go to make their own decisions.

But no. Politicians’ zeal to stick it to Amazon outweighs everything else… so they choose instead to outlaw innovation at the expense of consumers.

Another victory for the Bolsheviks!

Genealogy companies go all in for the Federal Government

Two months ago, Family Tree DNA shared a database full of private customer DNA data with the federal government.

After a backlash from customers, the company changed their rules to allow people to opt out of sharing their DNA with law enforcement.

But now Family Tree DNA is preparing an advertising offensive called “Families Want Answers,” in an attempt to convince customers it is their “moral responsibility” to share their DNA with law enforcement.

The surveillance state continues to be built in the private sector, by willing participants.

Twitter blocks French government political ads because of new French law

In December, an anti-fake news law took effect in France.

It forces Twitter and other platforms to provide a database revealing information about who paid for political ad campaigns.

Twitter instead opted to prevent political ads from France entirely, to make sure that they don’t break the law.

So when the French government tried to run an ad campaign encouraging citizens to register to vote, they were blocked by Twitter. ​

​The general response from the same politicians who passed the law was, What? Our laws apply to us?!

They claim that the law shouldn’t be used to ban this type of political speech, just the types they disagree with.

Perhaps Twitter is doing a bit a trolling… and if they are, good for them. Politicians routinely run roughshod over any objections to their laws, no matter how flawed.

When they ignore the unintended consequences of their laws, it is only fitting that politicians get a taste of their own medicine every now and then. ​

BMW ends pensions for workers

The era of US companies offering pensions is coming to a close.

The latest evidence: after freezing it’s two UK pension plans in 2017, BMW will do the same for its remaining US plans.

Since 2011 new workers have not been offered a pension, but rather a defined contribution plan.

Workers who formerly had a pension will keep what they have accrued, but not accrue more. Current retirees receiving a pension will not be affected.

Times are changing, and with current low interest rates, pensions are not sustainable.

Social Security is in bad shape too. But this week we detailed a great option to take your retirement into your own hands.

Check out our podcast delving into solo 401(k)s, who they work for, and why they are so beneficial.

To your freedom, Signature Simon Black, Founder, SovereignMan.com
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