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1  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: P2Pool Server List on: August 16, 2012, 04:49:34 PM
Welcome Naelr, I've added it to the list.

@zvs  - I need more info to add your pool to the list. If you could provide your info in the following format I can add it to the list:

Format: City/State/Province::Country::IP Address:Port::Fee::Coinage Mined::Pool Name::Operator (Nick)Name

Thanks for helping.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Who is Patrick A. Murck? on: August 16, 2012, 03:30:45 PM
Chen Jian Hai
http://www.plumpub.com/sales/chinese/chinbks_trad17TC.htm

Tong Zhou
http://www.plumpub.com/sales/vcd4/coll_WDtaihe.htm

Tong Zhou + A kicking skill that includes Duck Kicks
http://www.plumpub.com/kaimen/2003/chuo-jiao-boxing/
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 16, 2012, 11:35:09 AM
Quote from: foxpup
I have a motor like that in my house. It's called a refrigerator. Most if not all refrigerator designers are awarded patents for their inventions; that only means the design itself is novel, not the underlying physics. Although many different types of refrigerator exist, they all work by moving heat from where it's not wanted to somewhere where it's easier to manage. This process always requires energy and always results in a net gain of heat. It is impossible to make heat simply disappear.
It's deffinately not a compressor in the refrigerator sense. It is a copper coiled stator with a permanent magnet rotor encased in an aluminium jacket. I'm not saying it's motive power is a result of ZPE, but it's cooling effect may be, because ZPE interacts with electromagnetism. The dynamo is AC, which reacts with the aluminum jacket and creates more magnetic eddy currents with in the aluminum that may develop some type of resonance, from the rotations, resulting in the novel cooling effect.
(I did at one time have a copy of the patent, but I may have wiped the drive where it was stored. I'll post it when I reconstruct the steps in which I discovered it.)

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Quantum mechanics predicts the existence of what are usually called ''zero-point'' energies for the strong, the weak and the electromagnetic interactions, where ''zero-point'' refers to the energy of the system at temperature T=0, or the lowest quantized energy level of a quantum mechanical system.

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From this line of reasoning, quantum physics predicts that all of space must be filled with electromagnetic zero-point fluctuations (also called the zero-point field) creating a universal sea of zero-point energy.
...the zero-point energy density would be 110 orders of magnitude greater than the radiant energy at the center of the Sun.
http://www.calphysics.org/zpe.html

According to work by Christian Beck and Michael Mackey, dark energy is nothing other than zero-point energy, dark energy is the low frequency gravitationally active component of zero-point energy.

[speculation]Maybe, using a novel specific arrangement of some type of crystaline silicon compound, it would be possible to utilize the atoms interactions with the Zero Point Field, causing a resonance in it's thermal conductivity.[/speculation]

Why do computer geeks always resort to cats?

@Physicist
Can't you just interact with the Zero Point Field by rubbing the cat vigorously, thereby generating a static electrical field, into which you direct millimeter microwave frequencies, generating a Hutchison Effect?
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 15, 2012, 04:26:53 AM
@kjj -  Grin

It's probable the extra energy comes from Zero Point Energy.

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Energy in space was battering the atoms and effecting (the electrons orbital shifts) their movements
According to Robert S. Mulliken in noting anomolies in the Red Shift

Max Plank, Albert Einstein, Otto Stern, Walther Nernst recognized that this pervasive (Zero Point) energy was a universal phenomena and intrinsic to space.

Werner Heisenberg understood that Planck's Constant was actually the measurement of the uncertainty in position of subatomic particles. By 1962, it was realized that this uncertainty of position was caused by the battering from "the Zero Point Energy".

In 1987, Hal Puthoff showed that electrons stayed in their orbits and did not go either spinning out or spinning in due to expended energy precisely because of the energy they received from the Zero Point Energy.

Zero Point Energy is 10^95 ergs/cm^3
It has Permattivity, Evo (Absolute dielectric constant); Permiability, Uva (absolute magnetic constant); Intrinsic impedance, Z = {Evo/Uva}^1/3
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 15, 2012, 03:44:07 AM
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I only brought it up as speculation for cooling the 3D CPU stack, maybe a bit tongue in cheek, but now I'm defending anomolous physics claims.  Shocked

...somewhat unconvincingly.


What keeps an electron in it's orbit around a proton? What prevents it's orbit from decaying or the electron flying off?
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 15, 2012, 03:31:04 AM
@AmpEater  - Maybe you and I should spend a little more time researching our statements before posting and we can limit the abuse of techtrolls.

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In interplanetary space, it is believed that thin aluminum shielding would have a negative net effect.

Spacecraft can be constructed out of hydrogen-rich plastics, rather than aluminum. Unfortunately, "Some 'galactic cosmic rays are so energetic that no reasonable amount of shielding can stop them,' cautions Frank Cucinotta, NASA's Chief Radiation Health Officer. 'All materials have this problem, including polyethylene.'"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_threat_from_cosmic_rays

It was a show on PBS, possibly Nova, involving space travel. It's not possible I confused it for solar sails, though it is possible, I would concede propulsion for long term electrical generation. I still claim multiplication via GCR interacting with aluminum.

There was a motor, a rotor/stator design built with permanent magnets, which doesn't produce heat while spinning, but produces cold instead. It was developed by a scientist from JPL and he was awarded a patent solely because of the novel effect it produced.

I only brought it up as speculation for cooling the 3D CPU stack, maybe a bit tongue in cheek, but now I'm defending anomolous physics claims.  Shocked

In Thermal Decay, all heat moves towards cold, so being able to cool the medium between the chips would be an advantage in removing excess heat.
7  Other / Politics & Society / Re: DHS SECURES OVER 1 BILLION HOLLOW POINT ROUNDS IN UNDER 1 YEAR on: August 15, 2012, 03:22:22 AM
Why would lesbians need so much ammunition?
I guess when a severe tongue lashing is ineffective, bullets are the next best choice.
8  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The ballot is stronger than the bullet on: August 15, 2012, 03:18:17 AM
Quote from: Mathew N. Wright
One of our greatest and most respected leaders in the USA today has told us to vote our problems away instead of take arms against the government.
Who's buttering your bread?
What has Bitcoin to do with rising up and taking arms against the government?
Bitcoin is not anti-government, but anti-corporation, or more precisely, anti-banks. In America, Bitcoin is an extension of the rights granted to Americans by the Constitution.

Constitution:

Preamble
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We the People of the United States...do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

Article 1, Section 8
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The Congress shall have Power To...coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin
When evil men have bypassed Congress, coining money which they (The Federal Reserve, a banking conglomerate), not Congress, regulates the value of, are able to impose burdens upon Americans that would not occur if Congress had coined money and regulated it. A house divided will fall. Allowing a conglomerate of banks, who have no allegience to America, the right to coin money and regulate the value of it is the dividing of the American house, and America's fall will be at a time of the conglomerates choosing.

Article IV Section 2
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The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States.

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No State shall...coin Money...(or)...make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts
Bitcoins are not coined by any State.

The Federal Reserve, a private banking conglomerate, has presented a threat to Congress's control of the monetary system. In the absence of any action by the Congress to take control of the coining of money away from the Federal Reserve, We the People have no choice but to abrogate this destructive design imposed by foreign corporations.

None of the content of this post may be abridged by any publication in any news, journal or any other form of print media, digital or otherwise, except by my explicit approval.
9  Other / Off-topic / Re: Business idea (Off-Topic, but looking for feedback) on: August 14, 2012, 07:45:47 AM
:shakesfist: Phinnaeus, you used my idea which I got from somewhere else. Cheesy
It is amazing tech, so can't really blame you.

In the Bloom Box videos, the CBS version, there is a BTVC who got the $400Million for Bloom Box, 4x the initial projection. You could argue it was over funded.

Is there a loss over distance, electrically?
Are the rails levitation susceptible to interference induced currents generated by something like solar magnetic storms, static electrical fields, an EMP, or microwave radiation?
Is it possible to discharge a rail intentionally or unintentionally?

Another point, the entire line would be limited in acceleration time, 0-350mph, by the most acceleration sensitive items. A tomatoe may only handle an accelration of 0-350mph in 15 seconds while a refrigerator could withstand accelration from 0-350mph in 7 seconds. Therefore, the entire lines shipping time doubles by adding tomatoes to the shipping line.

If you had multiple load and unload points in between start of line and end of line, how would you handle shifting cars, or cargo, on and off of tracks?

How would you handle track length, if your not shifting cars off?
The track would have to be 3x the distance of the actual start and end transportation points.
A loop would be more efficient I guess, but would that work with the electrical systerm in the rails?

How about Canada's logging, mining industry? Or even there great expanse of wild from east to west?
10  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: P2Pool Server List on: August 14, 2012, 05:48:20 AM
Updates and additions taken care.
Gotta love bitcoin.  Kiss
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoind on CentOS 5.6 64bit ($50 bounty) on: August 14, 2012, 05:32:46 AM
Redhat distros have different directory structure compared to Debian based.
In Debian, bin is located in /usr/local/bin, while in Redhat, bin is located in /usr/bin.
If a developer designs their software on a Debian system, when they build it all expectations in the program are looking in Debian directory structures. Where ever Redhat differs in it's directory structures this may cause issues when compiling as the compiler is being asked to look in the wrong location.

What's wrong with linking to /usr/bin/glibc?

As for my earlier post, I thought there had been a discussion about missing ECDSA. If not, then it's useful to you at some later point, and I'm ahead of whatever crops up in your future. Cheesy
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 14, 2012, 01:59:28 AM
"Multiplier" implies an output greater than the sum of the inputs, which is impossible. Perhaps it is just a misnomer.
Nope, not a misnomer. Stellar radiation, upon striking aluminium, radiates 2-3x more than input. Nasa had an engine designed, for satellites and interplanetary observatories, that used a radiation multiplier propulsion engine (which produced 8x output), through stages I believe.
13  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: [ANN] eloipool - FAST Python3 pool server software on: August 14, 2012, 01:21:51 AM
I thought I might have something I could add to the How To's and Guides Mega List to beef up the Pools category, but it's limited in being able to meet the goals of that thread, which is focused on helping novice users to get involved. Will be nice to include when this fleshes out a little more.
14  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: SSTP VPN on: August 14, 2012, 01:09:31 AM
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Trade#Internet_.26_Mobile_services
15  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Flexcoin? on: August 14, 2012, 01:05:22 AM
Awesome, so mark_logan bought Flexcoin from Satoshi in the flesh. Quick, ring him back and ask for a message signed by the alert key.








 Grin Roll Eyes
Son-of-a, I just held the left-mouse button down to see what hidden content was between the sentence and the smilies. No revelation...crap. Your losing it rjk. Grin Roll Eyes

@Phinnaeus Gage Focus man. Complete one investigation at a time. (Preferably one that doesn't involve chicken farming.) I'm still wondering about the Zhou Tong affair you left us hanging on about. There's a chance Boss Hog'll get away unless you focus.
Do you plan on deputizing anyone to help with the case load?
16  Other / Off-topic / Re: Officially, I quit my day job. Anyone else hate their job/boss? on: August 14, 2012, 12:41:44 AM
Welcome to the 23% club.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 14, 2012, 12:25:54 AM
What if they used a different medium, do you remember the solder iron sold on TV infomercials, battery operated, instant heat, melts solder?
The tip was made out of a novel type of silicon that multiplies temperature. If you put that between the layers of the chips and apply cold temps, which would be multiplied by 10, you could get an effective thermoregulator.

Law of conservation of energy says "NO".  temp is merely a measure of thermal energy.  You can't multiply energy.  That would imply you created energy from nothing.
To calculate your thermal dynamic opinion, we would need to define the boundry of the closed system, have an advanced scientific calculator, and possess electron microscope data about the molecular structure and it's effects in stratum. (I don't think your clamp meter will be useful.)

Aluminium is an energy multiplier, they don't use it in spaceships because of this.
18  Other / Meta / Re: Proposed removal of Matthew N Wright from forum staff. on: August 13, 2012, 11:59:40 PM
Wondermod powers...Activate. (I wonder what form he'll take?)

I see staff as a position of importance and responsibility. A staff member should uphold the 7 principles of Bitcoin Independence.

    Bitcoin Sovereignty
    Natural and Cryptographic Law
    Self-Evident Truth
    All Bitcoin users are Created Equal
    Creator Given, Unalienable Rights (Life, Liberty, Pursuit of Hashing.)
    Bitcoin Developers Purpose - Secure These Rights
    Popular Bitcoin Sovereignty (Consent of the Bitcoin users)

Are our liberties infringed by limiting our right to do wrong?
No, we have no right to do wrong.

Unless someone can statically link Matthew with malicious binary behavior, there's not much chance of proving he's complicit in hacks and swindle events that surround him. An evil purpose, a mental construct, is extremely difficult to prove without evidence of actual activity. So short of sticking him in an MRI, asking him questions, and reading his thought patterns, your SOL.

But if we get him to go to Princeton, we have a shot. Cheesy
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 13, 2012, 11:10:30 PM
That's why they teamed up with 3M, to develop thermal conductive compounds.

What if they used a different medium, do you remember the solder iron sold on TV infomercials, battery operated, instant heat, melts solder?
The tip was made out of a novel type of silicon that multiplies temperature. If you put that between the layers of the chips and apply cold temps, which would be multiplied by 10, you could get an effective thermoregulator.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Chip designs that could impact Bitcoin: 3D stacking on: August 13, 2012, 10:36:33 PM
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So the idea is to take components that are often separate on a system processors, main memory, networking and other peripherals and etch them all onto chips and then stack them up in a 3D array, rather than solder them onto a motherboard and wire them together with metal stripes in a 2D array. By going 3D, the wires between components can not only be shortened - cutting the time those components need to exchange signals and potentially requiring less energy to send a signal.

"Today's chips, including those containing 3D transistors, are in fact 2D chips that are still very flat structures," explained Bernie Meyerson, a vice president of IBM Research, in a statement announcing the partnership between Big Blue and 3M.

"Our scientists are aiming to develop materials that will allow us to package tremendous amounts of computing power into a new form factor a silicon skyscraper. We believe we can advance the state-of-art in packaging, and create a new class of semiconductors that offer more speed and capabilities while they keep power usage low key requirements for many manufacturers, especially for makers of tablets and smartphones."

The initial plan is to come up with a way to stack up as many as 100 chips into a tower of computing power. Over the long haul IBM wants to be able to bond stacks of complete wafers together, bonding hundreds of processors at a time.

The plan, says the IBM source, is to get it into production around the end of 2013.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/09/07/ibm_3m_3d_chip/

For now this is just secret sauce for IBM and 3M, but applied to GPU's or ASIC's could increase hashing power while keeping power consumption low.
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