Epistropy is an approach at reusable #notetaking, which builds up a personal #wiki, that can be used for more efficient #knowledge retrieval | #visualization | #creativeThinking | #communication | #learning
with a simple #markup language at it's base ( inspired by #markdown & #latex )
I've had the rough idea for this project ever since I got into philosophy some 15 years ago. During my time studying physics at university the ideas manifested more and more, mainly because of frustration with rehashing the same concepts over and over in every textbook. Actual designing only started 2018
Christlicher Fotokalender für Kinder Naturwissenschaften
Ich bin so unglaublich wütend. Werde dem Verlag dieses Kalenders meine Meinung sagen. Wie kann man Kinder derart für dumm verkaufen??? 😤😡🤬
Hier die richtige Erklärung: https://www.weltderphysik.de/thema/hinter-den-dingen/wie-finden-zugvoegel-den-weg/#:~:text=Im%20Herbst%20fliegen%20viele%20V%C3%B6gel,sie%20mit%20ihrem%20Magnetsinn%20wahr.&text=Wissenschaftler%20gehen%20davon%20aus%2C%20dass,am%20Stand%20der%20Sonne%20orientieren.
it's quite a natural fit, since scientists aren't the best coders. So while rust has a steep learning curve, you can still get results with speeds of C/C++ comparably fast without living in fear of segfaults (that is if the right libraries are available).
One thing that this feature unlocks is the possibility to have a more powerful version of the
#C array that is integrated into the rust typesystem
Interesting Fact of the Day:
Current climate change is happening at a pace 6.2 times faster than the climate change that resulted from the asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs.
We have had 1.06 C change in about 150 years. The dinosaurs experienced a 4.5 degree change over 4,000 years. So for the dinosaurs it changed at a pace of 0.001125 C per year for us it has been about .007 degrees per year. So current climate change is happening 6.2x faster than it did during the extinction of the dinosaurs.
another awesome video by #realengineering, this time covering the functionality of #mobile #communication bringing yet another explanation why 5G towers aren't dangerous. Not that any of the consipracy guys will be convinced by this. The core of the video is the technical background anyways.
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...