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Go to Beyond Real Time to read and participate in an ongoing discussion of the impact of tech and science on society. If nothing else, it makes one think about where man is going in the 21st century.
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MDerate is the first product coming from Parsing Data LLC, a sister company to DC.
Go to Process Visual to see DC's first pass in using Joomla to bulid a content management website.
Parsing Data is a new venture centered on solving "wicked" problems through the use of innovative
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It's Software Like Water™
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Restoration of their award winning James Baldwing film,
The Price of the Ticket is the focus of their current efforts.
Check out Redding 79, a site created for my home town.
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Stopping Light, something long thought to be an impossibility, was accomplished by two independent Harvard research teams headed by Lene Hau and Ronald Walsworth. Depicted above is a QuickTime animation showing how the Walsworth team did it. (Update - They are now doing it in silicon.) The animation shows the following.
  • Two lasers are fired into a container of specially treated Rubidium gas
    (an alkaline metallic element) maintained at room temperature.
  • Because the lasers' frequencies are tuned slightly differently, two things happen to the gas. 1. The gas becomes transparent to light and 2, the "spin" of the Rubidium atoms is altered.
  • When the blue laser is gradually turned off, the Rubidium atoms absorb the light of the "yellow" laser, thus slowing it down to a halt. (The actual light is deep red.)
  • When the "blue" laser is turned back up, the Rubidium gas releases the light.
  • Significance of experiments: Not only is the light stopped and restarted, the photons that make up the light and the information they contain can be manipulated while the light is stopped.
  • End Game: These experiments pave the way to Quantum Computing,
    the technology that will change our lives forever.