Saturday, January 28, 2017

Awesome Mini-ITX Rig From Surplus Ammo Can

This was pretty cool. Could be waterproofed or made water resistant pretty easily. Cheap compared to many of the alternatives.

If you want to spend a lot more money you can get a pretty good looking case in a similar style here as a custom housing. I'd recommend the genuine surplus ammo can because it is tougher and comes with a rubber seal in the lid. I've picked these up for $10 or thereabouts. Mounting the screen in the face is a good idea if you mount it behind a piece of plexiglass on the inside.

It's convenient to just grab it by the handle on top and move it around without worrying a slight bump  or a jar is going to render it inoperable like a regular desktop computer. I like that idea if the computer is not intended to be mounted in place and could be relocated occasionally.

The Iceland Savonius VAWT : Definitive Post-Nuclear Model

Just about anybody could build one of these by cutting steel or PVC tubes at the right angles.

Throttling is just as important as low wind power because in order to reduce maintenance you don't want storms tearing it down every time you get a 300 mph wind up there.

I have not got around to it yet on my list of projects but building a housing for one of these has been on my TO-DO list for years. A cage designed to keep people from vandalising it topside. Will be building at least one of these to go on the roof for testing in 2017.

Friday, January 27, 2017

Shelter Business Booming

Never better, even the left starts to get it.

They instinctively know that if the NWO isn't getting it's way with the soft kill option they will move to the hard kill option. It is a sign of how crazy they are that nobody has to explain this to them.

Matrix moment - Mind Blown - Full Red Pill

Apparently the measles "virus" has never been identified, cultured, isolated or even given a nomenclature according to well tested descriptive features.

Is measles in fact a contagious bacterium? If so, the vaccination would not work ... ever. Even according to the theory offered by the pharmaceutical companies.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

CD-OS Networked Now On 9 Development Devices

I love this machine. It got bashed up, thrown into boxes,
stuffed into a bag, fell off countertop and accidentally
reversed polarity on the power supply and it has never
failed to boot up instantly and run like a champion.
I have the web server compiling on 9 targets as of last night. It compiles and runs on DOS-32, Desqview-X, Basic Linux, Windows NT Embedded, Win98SE, Windows 2000, Windows XP SP3, PC-BSD, HP-UNIX and Orange PI ARM Linux. With a bit of browser shuffling the web desktop looks the exact same on every platform including the most recent HTML5 features provided by Polyfills. All devices read and write to a Samba repository shared folder where the source code is maintained by FossilSCM. (MS Lan Manager provides this network share under DOS) When I tried this back in November it became obvious then that the desktop did not look correct under old browsers and older browsers are a big factor in the design of CD-OS. I want to support Mom'n'Pop amateurs who buy $1.00 thin clients off EBay that come with IE6 installed. (That's why they cost a dollar)

Carrying these server cabinets
 down into the current shelter was not easy.
In December I once again refactored the way my SPA (Single page application) works and replaced my existing display code with something much better called "Simone" to create the dynamic desktop. Then I overwrote the JQuery-UI bitmap based display library CSS with all vector images and used that new theme to alter the Simone appearance to get the Green VDT Fallout Pipboy lookalike I have now. It is absolutely fantastic. The UI in full screen mode looks like a real OS.

The "Simone" library has so many advanced merits I don't even know where to start, compared to the code I was using before. It is half the size of the desktop code I had hacked together before. One of the features that is really attractive is the capacity to change font sizes for all display items on-the-fly, which means it can be made readable on any device it is running on whatever the screen resolution. It can adapt to window size without all the overhead of glutted libraries like Bootstrap.

Screenshots coming in the next week, still doing some coding on the underlying framework. I had audio cues and media playback (HTML5 style) working on IE6 in a thin client and it was wonderful, seamlessly identical to the browser display in Firefox and Opera on Windows 7.

This is good for working side-by-side. I program and
compile on the left on Windows NT embedded and
then test the server with the Safari browser on
the right running on a G4 PowerPC. You could
not pick an odder couple and the browser should
display the same interface no matter what it is running on.
Been experimenting with the ESpeak voice synthesis library in Javascript to see if it can use the fallback polyfill even on ancient browsers! May have the option on server to load this library into a hidden IFrame and then call it for real-time voice synthesis on 20 year old browsers!!!

Monday, January 23, 2017

Fake News Photo Trickery - Seeing is Not Believing!

(What is this, the Soviet Union in 1950?!? The media LIES!!!!)

Serious Measles Epidemic In Those Who Got Vaccinated

The orthodox community has been hit particularly hard!

I am disappointed - the Talmud permits you to be injected with gentile manufactured blood and animal products? You can't eat pork but can be injected with cells cultured in porcine flesh? I don't think so. Those vaccines are filthier than any food proscribed by Torah! If animal wastes cultured in heavy metals are not "unclean" then what in God's name is?!?

Friday, January 20, 2017

Science Concedes Epigenetics is Determinative

This confirms much of my thinking in recent years on the role of epigenetic expression.

Wooden headed closeminded Darwinists believe that you cannot be molded after the moment of conception by other forces. This is patently wrong. The hard science says you can be altered dramatically during the first few years of life and substantially even well into your sixties!

If you strength train at any age you are altering your entire physiology and activating genes that are dormant in other people. Strength training is one of the largest natural producers of methylation to trigger protein synthesis of dormant genes. Athletes knew this fifty years ago before scientists figured it out.

Scientists have begun to understand that phenotypes can alter and even become heritable without the underlying genotype changing. I am convinced now in a radical revision of my previous ideas, one of the single most incredible phenotypal changes that men can undergo is to switch from warm weather frame ("Cro-Magnon") to cold weather frame ("Neanderthal") and still ultimately be men underneath all of that, no matter how dramatically altered they may be. Most amazing, it ends my certainty that Cro-Magnons were genetically engineered to kill Neanderthals. Or if they were, it was not much of a difficult change to trigger because the information was already there. It is possible that there is an enormous amount of information here I still don't understand fully and may never know. I feel that my new paradigm is closer to the truth than I have ever been and may be as close as I will ever get.

Different brain architecture for different hominids. All in the same gene pool.