Coldfusion

COLD FUSION: FESTIVAL OF 1,000 BOWLS, BIG ISLAND

WHO/WHAT: Hawai’i islanders can enjoy the Japanese ceramic and culinary arts at the Donkey Mill Art Center’s “Cold Fusion: Festival of 1,000 Bowls”! Pre-purchase any of three ticket options (“solo bowl”, “two-person party” or “party of four”). ONE person PER TICKET gets to go inside of the Mill for 45 minutes. to select bowl/s from the 2,000 artisanal pieces crafted for this occasion, and pick up other items in that ticket. WHEN/WHERE: Friday, Sept. 25 and Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Donkey Mill Art Center. 78-6670 Mamalahoa Hwy., Honalo, Hawai’i island. Buy advance tickets at donkey-mill-art-center.myshopify.com/collections/cool-fusion/products/cool-fusion-ticket, scheduling your visit date. $20—Solo bowl ($25 value) and original noodle… Source link

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Taking stock of the US economy and looking forward: My long-read Q&A with Glenn Hubbard | American Enterprise Institute

For the 200th episode of Political Economy, I spoke with economist R. Glenn Hubbard about how the Great Pandemic has affected and will continue to affect the US economy, lessons to be learned from the Great Recession and 15 years of disappointing productivity growth, and a variety of looming issues such as the deficit that future policymakers will need to consider. Glenn is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a former chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers for the Bush White House. He is also both dean emeritus and the Russell L. Carson Professor of Economics and Finance at Columbia Business School. What follows is a lightly edited transcript of our conversation, including brief portions that were cut from the original podcast. You can… Source link

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NASA lands on a middle path to nuclear fusion

Earlier this year, a team of scientists based at NASA’s Glenn Research Center reported on a novel, promising method for generating nuclear fusion reactions in solid-state materials they termed “lattice confinement fusion.”  The experimental results and theoretical analysis were published in separate articles in the April issue of the authoritative nuclear physics journal Physical Review C. Apart from their great scientific interest, the results demonstrate a novel approach to realizing nuclear fusion as a practical energy source, one that exploits the so-called “electron screening” effect to drastically increase the rates of fusion and other nuclear reactions. As I shall explain below, “electron screening” is a well-known phenomenon in the fusion field… Source link

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Tempest Telecom Solutions and Lepton Systems Help Service Providers Reduce Time to Market – Press Release

Remote testing and automation dramatically reduce test time SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – September 14, 2020 – (Newswire.com) Tempest Telecom Solutions and Lepton Systems are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership to provide a complete solution for lab environments that include Layer-1 switch technology for lab automation and remote testing to network equipment manufacturers, service providers, and large enterprises. “Data Center’s to Service Provider’s test and validation labs are constantly challenged to deliver the highest quality products and services with shorter testing cycles, all while reducing their cost of test,” said Brian Tolly, Tempest’s Director of Network Test and Security Sales. “Lab Automation empowers… Source link

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“Self-Charging Nano-Diamond Batteries” That Can Run An Electric Car For 90 Years? | by Glenn Rocess | Aug, 2020

On my news aggregator yesterday was a story on newatlas.com titled, “Nano-diamond self-charging batteries could disrupt energy as we know it.” What the hell? That pegged out my weird-s**t-o-meter, so I had to read it. First, here’s the backstory. It turns out that in 2016, back when [political rant deleted for space], a group of scientists at the University of Bristol took some radioactive waste graphite, squeezed it into teensy-weensy diamonds…and those diamonds generated a small amount of energy all by themselves, though not enough to power a cell phone. You see, in many reactors, graphite is used as a moderator to control the heat flow, and when the reactor is refueled or decommissioned, all the graphite removed is rich in carbon-14 and is highly radioactive, and at that time… Source link

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Consult PR Is Offering Hosting And Development Services For Coldfusion Applications

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Consult PR is offering hosting and development services for ColdFusion applications. ColdFusion is a programming language created by Adobe that has been around for many years. Unfortunately, ColdFusion has become a niche language, but for many years it was one of the most favored languages of masters-level developers. Most modern developers don’t have much (or any) training in the language. This is where Consult PR comes in. The digital marketing company… Source link

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Consult PR Is Offering Hosting And Development Services For Coldfusion Applications

Consult PR is offering hosting and maintenance services for ColdFusion software. “It [ColdFusion] isn’t our main thing but it’s something we’re very very good at over the years and we’ve still maintained talent and personnel that can service and support Coldfusion.” – Paul Ramkissoon, President of Consult PR. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) August 11, 2020 Consult PR is offering hosting and development services for ColdFusion applications. ColdFusion is a programming language created by Adobe that has been around for many years. Unfortunately, ColdFusion has become a niche… Source link

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NASA creates nuclear fusion using lattice confinement

All they needed with metal hydrogen, and an electron accelerator Researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center have now demonstrated a method of inducing nuclear fusion without building a massive stellarator or tokamak. In fact, all they needed was a bit of metal, some hydrogen, and an electron accelerator. The team believes that their method, called lattice confinement fusion, could be a potential new power source for deep space missions. Lawrence Forsley, a senior lead experimental physicist for the project said the idea did not use any mythical cold fusion. Forsley stresses this is hot fusion, but “we’ve come up with a new way of driving it”. “This method of fusion offers a potentially reliable source for craft operating in places where solar panels may not be useable,… Source link

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‘The Enron of Europe’ — What We Know So Far About the Wirecard Scandal

A new video takes viewers through German financial technology company Wirecard’s journey from being one of the top businesses in the world to one who’s shares plummeted by more than 98% before filing for insolvency.   In an Aug. 6 video posted to YouTube by ColdFusion, Australian host Dagogo Altraide retells the story of how the Wirecard scandal began when auditors were unable to locate more than $2 billion that was supposed to be sitting in the FinTech firm’s Philippines-based accounts. The Wirecard board later admitted that the funds likely did not exist. “This was a tale of liars, accounting manipulation, hacking attacks on journalists, an arrested former CEO and a missing executive,” Altraide narrated, referring to… Source link

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Eva Mendes Shares Her Skincare Routine for a Youthful Glow At 46

Alexander TamargoGetty Images If you compare current pictures of Eva Mendes to those taken 10 years ago, you’ll notice one thing: the actress still has a youthful glow. She’s perfected her skincare routine with a few staples that deliver her signature sun-kissed radiance, but she has never shied away from trying something new. In a recent Instagram post, Mendes showed off her new favorite beauty tool championed by Dr. Mariana Vergara called The Golden Wand. Oh, and it’s only $20. In the clip, the mom of two enjoys a facial massage as the V-shaped tool rolls upwards on her cheekbones and her delicate under-eye area. “As you know, I love supporting female owned businesses. Fellow Latina @marianalvergara’s Golden Wand is finally… Source link

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