Hu: There are 2 pivot directions, direct from WAMP: install to a web server, to serve your service, via a domain, or pass as a zip-exe<Turing> so that other users can directly install, and run your application, as a desktop application.
H3S1: Distributed desktop.based-interactivity:
Hu: How easily can we create a distributed, permission–only web in which users can access webpages, directly on other user’s computers, and with live pushed WebSockets updates, for instance, of who is viewing their page right now, and such pages, would only be accessible, if that person is also online, and we can see, again, with WebSockets, who is online? So far, the experience of using p-dash, on my own, in my WAMP-install, has been already, one of my best experiences, of using the entire web, and I would consider this a web experience, because it’s taking place inside of my browser, and I can click, conveniently, onto other people’s websites.
H4S1: An all.in-one service:
<WP.MIC-H2S11> One of the key advantages that this stack brings is that you can port over 100% of your communications to a single service: voice, offline, texting, video, document sharing, all with lightweight code, and the simplest features. You don’t have to chat with the same person on like 5 different apps. Plus, it simplifies “online status”. If their computer is on, and they are serving up their private web, you’ll know that you can contact them, with any of the aforementioned mediums.
H3S2: Distributed desktop security<Turing!>
H4S1: Access is on a whitelist basis, rather than access, by default:
Hu: Let’s call what we are trying to build the private | web: @Nate Pace: Imagine this: the idea of a “private web”, where each user runs their own web server, from their desktop, and feeds this server, using their IP, and only whitelists, a small # of other IP addresses, by default, boiling down security to the IP-layer.
Who I would whitelist: my own coworkers, for example. While I’m at work, I host my own private web server, a desktop application, that’s light, and runs on WAMP. My own server contains all the docs I work on, my bookmarks manager, and a messaging interface, for truly private, server-to-server communications. It’s not peer-to-peer, but there’s also no intermediate interceptor.
This private web would be built with WAMP, Websockets, WebRTC, and the rest of the stack I’ve specified here: <WP.MIC-H2S67> As a result, it would have powerful real time features. You can see, for example, using WebSockets push, who is currently viewing, every page of your site, even non-editable pages, far exceeding the functionality of even G-docs. People can start voice convos in a rooms setup, just start taking, by occupying mutual rooms based on a WebRTC handshake. Being a part of this web will feel just like working in a closed building, with your coworkers, rather than being at one big, public Central Park, which is the rest of the web, as it stands today.
The issue is that modern collab services like Slack, Trello, Gdocs, Basecamp, etc where a lot of professionals spend 6/8 their working hours have tried to put in the public layer via peer to distant server to peer interactions what should be on this private web: in ’22, everyone’s computer is good enough to host basic text files, and bandwidth far exceeds the requirements even for live video #
H4S2: Networking capability:
<WP.MIC-H2S67>: The networking capabilities I need, in both use cases, is HTTP, and TCP; there does not need to be specific WebSocket support; however, beyond the networking capability, I also need firewall, and browser permissions<WP.MIC-H2S55>.
Hu: In BOWSER-WAMP<Turing!>, the destination address will be defined, in most cases, by the server-install, on each individual‘s | computer; therefore, we will presume that each computer is associated with an individual, and this is thanks to the pioneers of personal | computer<Jobs, Gates et al>
H3S3: Distributed desktop real-time push<Turing>:
H3S4: Use cases:
Hu: The particular application of the distributed.desktop-based,web is for co-workers, with whom you know, generally, that you’ll be online at the same time<Turing> and there’s hardly any loss # to your server going offline, at night, when they are also offline #
H4S1: Case study: Corporate private networks x productivity:
Hu: The paradigm of a private web, still traveling through the public TCP/IP protocols, threads a needle through the traditional LAN network and public web paradigms; nevertheless, software compatibility,
H4S1: Mass.tech-support is for the public-web:
Hu: The frequent concern of developers, working on applications with millions of visitors, is the need # to support, with a single application, a myriad of browsers, devices, and internet connection modalities. In contrast, private.web-applications need only support a single browser: the one the user’s using, in the version that it’s on. Local communities, among which private.web-components are shared, are additionally likely to be clustered in their version number #
H3S6: Server to server as a programming paradigm:
H4S1: Peer-to-peer #defd:
H4S2: Peer-to-server-to-peer #defd:
H3S7: Universal basic income:
Hu: Interestingly enough, this first H36 of this list lead naturally to a discussion of UBI. If private connectivity is possible, even among private individuals, without having to work at a major public university or corporation, then the rate of small business activity, likewise, would sharply increase, and more employees, given this freedom of choice, to have in.person-type interactions, with a much larger of the global workforce, might rely on a UBI, in order to support themselves, while attempting an otherwise unlikely-venture. In general, widespread social changes are required to support mass adoption of a new technology, and this is well-documented by McLuhan<1911-1980>
H3S8: Infallible personal security:
Hu: While American democrats and republicans disagree about the source of gun violence, and other forms of crime in the United States, neither side, ever, doubt that it exists, or is a problem. The WAMP-based installable.desktop-app solves a significant proportion, of even this problem, as workers will no longer be subjected to conditions that make them unsafe, as a result of being compelled to, in order to earn income. Companies will need to improve their safety standards, otherwise, be unable to compete, with private collaboration, and UBI; it may not even be long, that the American.public-workforce vanishes, until these issues are resolved. The rest of this section is part of over 40 page treatise in human invincibility and immortality that I published, with a 🔑 , private, to LDS-Williamsville 7-8/22.
H4S1: Impermeability from projectile attacks:
Hu: A projectile can be defined as an object that is smaller than the body it collides with, such that the primary | danger is a breaking apart of the body, into components, which are, individually, not survivable. This means that there are 2 primary solutions to this risk:
H3S1: = or > rigid integrity than all potential projectiles: Fawcett<a-r>: Connective tissue, group of tissues in the body that maintain the form of the body and its organs and provide cohesion and internal support. The connective tissues include several types of fibrous tissue that vary only in their density and cellularity, as well as the more specialized and recognizable variants—bone, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and adipose (fat) tissue. Blood vessels, both large and small, course through connective tissue, which is therefore closely associated with the nourishment of tissues and organs throughout the body. All forms of connective tissue are composed of (1) extracellular fibers, (2) an amorphous matrix called ground substance, and (3) stationary and migrating | cells.
H4S1: Fibrous | connective tissue: Fawcett<a-r>: The fibrous components are of three kinds: collagenous, elastic, and reticular. Most abundant are the fibers composed of the protein collagen. The fibrous components of loose areolar | connective tissue, when viewed with the light microscope, appears as colorless strands of varying | diameter running in all directions, and, if not under | tension, these have a slightly undulant<rising and falling like waves, Ox-lang> course. At high magnification, the larger | strands are seen to be made up of bundles of smaller fibers. The smallest fibers visible with the light microscope can be shown with the electron microscope to be composed of multiple fibrils up to 1000 angstroms (one Å = 1 × 10−7 mm) in diameter. These unit fibrils are cross-striated with transverse | bands repeating every 640 Å along their length. Hu: [D] via ScienceDirect. The composition of the extracellular matrix<cancer.gov> that surrounds all cells is variable, and responds to the demands of the part of the body, which they serve. Logically speaking, the proportion of objects that could risk | puncturing our bodies, in our natural environments, must have been rare, whereas 1) artificially | sharpened weapons, 2) the co-evolved | fangs and claws of predators are designed to overcome these natural limits. Fawcett<a-r>: Collagen is of commercial as well as medical interest, because leather is the dense collagen of the dermis of animal skins preserved and toughened by the process called tanning. Fresh collagen dissolves in hot water, and the product is gelatin<H4S3>. Hu: The dissolvability of collagen in water, the most abundant | molecule in our body, is rather | alarming, as this material is a component of security<H2S2 H3S4, tensile forces>. Therefore, this dissolvability must be a feature, not a bug. The feature is its capacity to transform, in physical properties, to another | substance, and the conditions for this transformation, to some | extent, is within our control. Fawcett: Under appropriate conditions, collagen can be brought into solution without chemical | change. The fundamental units in such solutions are slender tropocollagen molecules about 14 Å wide and 2800 Å long. Collagen appears to be secreted in this form by the connective-tissue cells called fibroblasts<principle active cell of connective tissue, Britannica>, and the tropocollagen molecules assemble extracellularly to form striated collagen | fibrils. Hu: Collagen is a protein, which means that its composition, which consists of twenty different types of amino acids, forming, practically-speaking, an infinite number of permutations in subunits, and these subunits, subsequently, can be mix and matched to form the full protein. On top of the secondary configuration, proteins also have some authority when it comes to the specific | way that they bend back on themselves, and bind, through weaker forces, across | domains. Traditionally, in molecular biology, these secondary and 3-D | protein configurations are known to vary depending on the functional requirements of the protein. However, as indicated by <H2S2>, different organic molecules and proteins also exhibit different physical properties, and these physical properties, the differences | thereof, may be part of their functional differences #n-p. The final step is to determine, going beyond all of those, whether variations in physical properties, by tuning protein concentration, or other parameters, can enhance function. Fawcett<a-r>: By an alteration of the physicochemical conditions, tropocollagen<ScienceDirect: a-r: Tropocollagen is the | triple helical, monomer from which all larger fibrillar aggregates are formed on their way to becoming fibrous load-carrying materials.> in solution can be induced to polymerize with the formation of cross-striated | fibrils identical to native | collagen, thus simulating in the test tube the process of assembly that is believed to take place during fibrogenesis in the living | organism. Analysis of the structure of collagen by X-ray diffraction has shown that the tropocollagen molecule consists of three side-by-side polypeptide chains—linear combinations of a number of amino acids, which are subunits of proteins—each in the form of a left-handed helix. These three left-handed helices are further twisted around one another to form a major right-handed helix. Upon chemical analysis, the amino acid composition of collagen is found to be unique in its high proline content and in the fact that one-third of the amino acid residues are glycine. Proline is one of several so-called nonessential amino acids (i.e., animals can synthesize it from glutamic acid and do not require dietary sources) and accounts for about 15 percent of collagen content. Collagen is the only naturally occurring protein known to contain significant amounts of both hydroxyproline and hydroxylysine. Post: Hu: Fine-tuning of the ECM in order to grant rigid | integrity from all potential projectiles can be accomplished in two | primary methods: 1) DNA modification, or RNA expression modification, of fibroblast cells, in order to stimulate differential | expression of collagen protein or 2) the application of a pharmaceutical cream, which can prime the body against | potential violations. The former would be a longer | timescale solution, min 20 minutes, while the later can, theoretically be achieved on seconds timescales. Fin-v1.
H4S2: Ground | substance: Britannica<a-r>: It is transparent or translucent and viscous in composition; the main chemical components of ground substance are large carbohydrates and proteins known as acid mucopolysaccharides, or glycoaminoglycans.
H4S3: Gelatin: Britannica<a-r>: Immersed in a liquid, gelatin takes up moisture and swells. When the liquid is warmed, the swollen | particles melt, forming a sol (fluid colloidal | system) with the liquid that increases in viscosity and solidifies to form a gel as it cools. The gel state is reversible to a sol state at higher | temperatures, and the sol can be changed back to a gel by cooling. Hu: Analogous to superconducting | materials <r: Hu 8/7 LDS>, gelatin undergoes a pseudo | phase change. However, unlike those materials, which are almost always | metals, the sol formation occurs at close to room temperature, and it’s feasible, that even the body itself, under certain | conditions can generate the temperature required to provoke this phase change. Britannica: Both setting time and tenderness are affected by protein and sugar concentration and by temperature. Hu: The body is indeed higher-IQ than raw | metals, as the physical properties of gelatin, in its two | forms, are influenced by factors that the body can control, including protein and sugar concentrations. Britannica: Gelatin may be whipped to form a foam and acts as an emulsifier<food additive, stabilizing processed foods: Ox-lang> and stabilizer.
H4S4: DeSeq-2: Hu<a-r>: R is a programming language that is applications beyond cell 🦠 biology , and is largely used in statistical 📊 applications. DeSeq-2 is an open source software for processing RNA sequences. We are interested in learning the application of DeSeq-2, including how the outputs of its analyses can be subsequently analyzed, including by other software or methodologies. dds: the coding object to which the data set matrix is assigned. countData: the parameter. design: defining the independent variable, in this case, treatment w/ dexamethasone. [D, Patel, 1] Yakun: Various subsequent command line entries applied to the dds object can prune the data set, removing rows.
H4S5: Pharmaceutical alterations to ecm: Fawcett<a-r>: Reticular fibers are distinguished by their tendency to form fine-meshed networks around cells and cell groups and by virtue of their property of staining black, because of adsorption<// research: can magnetic | fields affect rate of adsorption, as well as pattern? Some prelim-data> of metallic silver, when they are treated with alkaline | solutions of reducible silver salts. They were formerly believed to be composed of a distinct protein, reticulin, but electron microscopy has revealed that reticular fibers are small fascicles of typical collagen fibrils interwoven to form a network. It is now apparent that reticular fibers are simply a form of collagen, and their distinctive staining depends upon the mode of association of the fibrils and possibly upon subtle differences in their relation to the polysaccharide material that binds them together. H5S1: Bacteria as a pharmaceutical<a-r>: It Fawcett<a-r>: It is interesting, in this relation, that some bacteria produce an enzyme, hyaluronidase<a hydrolytic enzyme – Britannica>, which breaks up hyaluronic acid into subunits and alters the viscosity of ground substance. The ability of these bacteria to produce this enzyme is probably responsible for their invasiveness in the tissues. Hu: The capacity for a bacteria to alter the physical properties of ground | substance, by stimulating a chemical reaction, is an interesting merger, of bio/chemo/physics #n-p.
H4S6: Carbon configuration rearrangements by physical pressure: The central | dogma of volumetric | physics is found in the Pressure : Volume relationship in the ubiquitous | formula, <ch-3 CM H3S3 H4S2 H5S3> used in equal | proportion in chemistry, PV = NRT, which states that there is an inverse | relationship between Pressure and Volume since they are both on the numerator on the same | side of an equation. In other words, as Pressure increases, Volume decreases; this is not a statement on forces, as if both were to increase, the right side of the equation would change as well. More intuitively, if we took a closed | container and compressed its volume, the pressure of that container within would increase. Analogously, <r: ch-50 H2S1 H3S1 H4S1> in chess, the collapse in spatial | area of one side will lead to an experience of cramping, a common word among educators <ch-20>, akin to the pressurized | sensation of claustrophobia, while a sudden | expansion in volume will lead to a collapse of pressure as experienced in ch-55 overextension. https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/48821977845 The unit of Pressure in Pascals <Blaise, <1623 – 1662, the son of a tax | collector, contemporary of René Descartes and Pierre de Fermat, innovator of infinitesimal | calculus> is Newtons per meters ^ 2, or the measure of Force over Area; since both Pressure and Force are numerators but on opposite sides, Pressure is a unit that is proportional to Force. This can be reduced in the statement “Pressure is Force <red>” <ch-9> Walter Lewin, <a-r> <b-1936, Professor Emeritus, MIT, worked on neutron | star discovery>: “liquids are incompressible, gasses are not | incompressible” <0:00>, “2 | gasses with totally | different mass of the molecules, that this product is always the same for a given | temperature” <11:58> MIC: Pressure is a force that is an exertion | outward, whereas area / volume is simply a measurement of space. P and V do not share the same | units because they are being multiplied not added in the PV = nRT | formula. Post-script: <Walter Lewin>: The ideal-gas law is introduced, and the rate of momentum | transfer from the gas | molecules to the vessel walls is related to pressure. The concepts of phase diagrams and phase transitions are also introduced, and they are explored with fire 🔥 | extinguishers, boiling 🌊 water, and 🥶 cooled 🎈 balloons filled with 💨 air. The ideal-gas law holds (approximately) when you have only gas; it doesn’t hold whenever there is any liquid present.
H4S7: Neural control of ecm composition:
Benarroch<a-r><2015>: The extracellular matrix (ECM) occupies the space between neurons and glial cells and accounts for 10%–20% of the total volume of the brain. During CNS development, the ECM provides a microenvironment that regulates cell migration, axonal guidance, and synaptogenesis; in the adult CNS, it contributes to maintenance of synaptic stability(!) and regulates repair following injury, in part by restricting aberrant remodeling. The ECM molecules may be arranged | diffusely, forming an ECM matrix, or condense to create specific compartments in the extracellular space; these include perineuronal nets (PNNs), perisynaptic nets, and the basement membrane contributing to the blood–brain barrier (BBB). Franco, Müller<2011>: Genetic, cell biological, and biochemical studies provide strong | evidence that ECM glycoproteins such as laminins, tenascins, and proteoglycans, control neuronal migration and positioning in several | regions of the developing and adult | brain.
H4S8: Types of chemical bonds:
Zumdahl<a-r>: <pg-596> defines a chemical bond as forces that hold groups of atoms together, and make the atoms function as a unit. Hu: Just as physical forces drive motion in the macro | world, which we | experience, they also maintain the | cohesion of material in the micro | world. H5S1: Ionic compounds<Zumdahl> are formed when a metal element reacts with a nonmetal, and generally is associated with 1) sturdiness 2) high | melting point, and 3) great thermal stability, from the electrostatic attractions of the closely | packed oppositely | charged ions. The energy of interaction between a pair of ions can be calculated using Coulomb’s law: E = (Q1Q2)/(4<pi><∈0>r), where ∈0 is the permittivity of the vacuum, r is the distance between the ion centers, and Q are charges. Coulomb’s law can also be used to calculate the repulsive energy, when two like-charged ions are brought together. Since magnetic fields may alter r, the presence of a sufficiently | strong mag-field may also change the energy of interaction between a pair of ions, altering the attractivity between ions, and potentially, even the energetic favorability of formation, at all, by Gibbs Free Energy <ch-3 CM H3S3>. [D, 1, via Javadian et al.<2016>] H5S2: Bond length [D, 2], via Lower<a-r>: Hu: This fundamental | graph of energy profile as a function of internuclear distance plots the ideal bond length as the optimum distance to achieve the lowest overall energy of a system<Zumdahl>. The atoms will sit together, in this energy well, until a sufficient energy input, into this mutual | system, jars them out of the well, entirely. Zumdahl: The energy terms involved are the potential energy that results from the attractions and repulsions among the charged particles, and the kinetic | energy caused by the motions of the electrons. At very short distances, the energy rises steeply because of the great importance of the internuclear repulsive forces<+> at these distances. Hu: The ideal bond length is a factor of the homeostatic<ch-62> #n-p balance between the repulsion of atomic nuclei, which are always +charged, and the oppositely | charged ionic or covalent ions, which factor in the -charge of the atomic electrons. This means that the distribution of charge, as a function of radial distance, around an atomic, is uneven, that there is more negative | charge as one moves to the perimeter, and that electronic charge plays an insignificant | role at closer | distances to the nucleus #n.p-2,3. Zumdahl: In the H2 molecule, the electrons reside primarily in the space between the two nuclei, where they are attracted | simultaneously by both protons. H5S3: Covalent bonds: Molecules in which electrons are shared by nuclei. Hu: Ionic bonds depend on atoms that are highly | different <Zumdahl>, and this difference is measured in terms of electronegativity, which is measured in units of joules/mol<80%, 8/13>, whereas covalent bonds allow similar, or even identical atoms to bond with each other. H5S4 Metallic bonds: Bonds with zero electronegativity difference are described as covalent in Zumdahl’s text, but covalent | bonds are typically referred to bonds between nonmetals; however, metals can also bind with each other. Britannica: In most | cases, the outermost electron shell of each of the metal atoms overlaps with a large number of neighboring atoms. As a consequence, the valence electrons continually move from one atom to another and are not associated with any specific pair of atoms. In short, the valence electrons in metals, unlike those in covalently bonded substances, are non-localized, capable of wandering relatively freely throughout the entire crystal. The atoms that the electrons leave behind become positive ions, and the interaction between such ions and valence electrons gives rise to the cohesive or binding force that holds the metallic crystal together. Hu: Once again, we can see that material cohesion, at the atomic level, of metallic | solids, depends upon 1) charge force, 2) crystalline | organization, which is patterned, geometric, and closely | packed and 3) governed by the a) laws of thermodynamics, as well as electromagnetic fields. Keep in mind, that the strength of a magnetic field is not a constant, but, most macro fields are insignificant relative to the local strength, near the atomic nucleus, which explains why, under most conditions, corresponding directly to weaker fields, atoms behave, as we are used to, in a traditional way. However, under the presence of a sufficiently | strong | macro field, one that rivals that between atoms, or even between close nuclei, we’d expect atomic behavior to suddenly change, potentially, and even at the macro level, to a degree that we cease to recognize as familiar (!). Britannica<a-r>: In the solid state (ice), intermolecular interactions lead to a highly ordered but loose | structure, in which each oxygen atom is surrounded by four hydrogen atoms; two of these hydrogen atoms are covalently bonded to the oxygen atom, and the two others (at longer | distances) are hydrogen bonded to the oxygen atom’s unshared electron pairs. This open structure of ice causes its density to be less (!!) than that of the liquid state, in which the ordered structure is partially broken down and the water molecules are (on average) closer together. When water freezes, a variety of structures are possible depending on the conditions. Eighteen different forms of ice (!!!) are known and can be interchanged by varying external pressure and temperature. Hu: Like metal-bonded crystals, solid-state # covalent substances also adopted a patterned, geometric | structure that depends upon electrostatic forces for cohesion. An instructive | aspect about the eighteen forms of ice<Zumdahl> is that a phase is variable and responsive to physical variables<ch.4-CM H3S2 H4S1>; this allows for pseudo-phase changes, among these forms, even at the same | temperature, an important fact, as this allows humans to utilize this change property, under physiological conditions #n.p-2. H6S1: Non-localized free electrons give rise to the electrical conductivity of metals: Britannica<a-r>: Many of the characteristic properties of metals are attributable to the non-localized or free-electron | character of the valence electrons. This condition, for example, is responsible for the high electrical conductivity of metals. The valence electrons are always free to move when an electrical field is applied. Hu: When free electrons move, in a current #n.p-3, from one area of the metal to another, under an electric field, we would expect that domain of the metal to become positively | charged, since the protons are not | mobile in the crystal lattice #n.p-4, and the area that receives the electrons become negatively | charged. If the metal has a 3.dimensional-conformation, then this could lead to interactions among charged subunits #n.p-4. Finally, the partial | charging of metallic domains could explain some adsorption phenomena #n.p-5 [D, 3]: A novel | experiment [Hu, ‘22], in the scattershot | phase #n-p, a term borrowed from venture startups<soc-pass>, in which a variety of treatments were applied to a smaller | magnet, including electromagnetic field manipulation, exposure to chemical abrasion, entropy manipulation, mechanical vibrations, and, when brought into the presence of a much stronger<300lbs> fishing magnet, the smaller | magnet, as it reacted magnetically, levitating upward toward the suspended larger magnet, shattered spontaneously in the air, indicating that it had undergone some sort of non-chemical phase change, or pseudo | phase change, that disrupted, uniformly, throughout the structure, its tensile integrity, but, did not disrupt its magnetivity. RSC<a-r>: The most important use for neodymium is in an alloy with iron and boron to make very strong permanent magnets. This discovery, in 1983, made it possible to miniaturize many electronic devices, including mobile phones, microphones, loudspeakers and electronic musical instruments. H6S2: Wikipedia<a-r>: A metal ion in aqueous | solution or aqua ion is a cation, dissolved in water, of chemical formula [M(H2O)n]z+. H6S3: Wikipedia<a-r>: The only stable liquid elemental metal at room temperature is mercury (Hg), which is molten above −38.8 °C (234.3 K, −37.9 °F). H5S5 Polar covalent bonds: A polar covalent bond occurs between two atoms that have similar, but non-identical | electronegativity, such that each atom will have an uneven | stake in the electron cloud, with the larger, more positive nucleus taking the larger share. However, the difference <Zumdahl> is not so extreme that an electron(s) is considered to be completely | dispossessed of an atom. [D, 4], via UCLA.edu, the Pauling electronegativity values mapped onto the periodic table. This diagram can be used to predict the type of bond that can be formed. H5S6: Bond polarity and dipole moments: Zumdahl <pg-602: We have seen that when hydrogen fluoride is placed in an electric field, the molecules have a preferential | orientation<n-p>. This follows from the charge distribution in the HF molecule, which has a +end and a -end. A molecule, such a HF, that has a center of positive charge, and a center of negative charge, is said to be dipolar, or to have a dipole moment. A molecule that has a positive | center of charge of magnitude Q and a negative center of charge of magnitude Q, separated by a distance R, has a dipole moment = µ = QR, which has the SI units of coulomb*meter. [D-5, via Cousins, 2012 a-r]: Molecular size, shape, and charge distribution of water, methanol, and dimethyl ether. The dots indicate areas that are inaccessible if a sphere of radius 0.1 nm centered on a line normal to the isosurface and touching a point in the middle of the region, impinges on any other regions of the isosurface. H5S7: Aqueous phase of ions #n-p: Marchon et al. <a-r>: Stabilization of the liquid | phase after extraction: Aqueous phases extracted from cementitious systems at early ages tend to be supersaturated, with respect to at least one hydrate. Given time, precipitates may therefore form, adsorb some of the admixtures, and perturb the admixture concentration measurement. Additionally, some admixtures are not stable at high pH, so neutralization is recommended (if techniques such as high performance liquid chromatography (HPCL), or size exclusion chromatography (SEC), also referred to a gel permeation chromatography (GPC), are to be used). The above issues can be dealt with by neutralizing the suspension. Additionally, the same step would dissolve most nanohydrates, causing admixtures adsorbed thereon to be considered as non-adsorbed. However, with regard to the comments at the end of the previous section, this might not be critical when using adsorption data to interpret rheological behavior. H5S8: Polyatomic dipole canceling: Hu: Polyatomic, ie, molecules that consist of 3 or more atoms, can be paradoxically polar, in that they consist of different atoms, but have no net dipole moment, due to a cancellation of polar bonds. 3 types of molecules achieve this property: 1) linear molecules with two identical bonds<Zumdahl>, such as CO2 2) Planar molecules with 3 identical bonds, separated by 120 degree angles <r: ch.2-H2S5,H3S3>, and 3) Tetrahedral molecules with 4 identical bonds, at 109.5 degree separation, such as CCl4, where the lone carbon is bound to 4 chlorides. Hu: By adding more complexity, whether in a polyatomic | molecule, or in a protein, which can have charged subunits, we can manipulate the net and distribution of charges, throughout the field, formed, by the charges in the molecule or protein #n-p
H3S9: How WAMP works with browsers to generate a personal.web-experience:
@Nate Pace: The issue is that modern collab services like Slack, Trello, Gdocs, Basecamp, etc where a lot of professionals spend 6/8 their working hours have tried to put in the public layer via peer to distant server to peer interactions what should be on this private web: in ’22, everyone’s computer is good enough to host basic text files, and bandwidth far exceeds the requirements even for live video #
H4S1: Files vs interpreters<Turing>
Hu: There is nothing stopping you, right now, from downloading a file called “personal.dash-mvp.rar”, to your computer. Moreover, you can use Win-rar, to unzip that file, and unpack its contents. Sitting in your computer, now, will be a file hierarchy that looks like this:
Hu: Despite the funny-looking “.php” extension, your computer has no allergy to allowing such a file, to sit in a folder view, on your computer. Amazing, right? And when you open it, you’ll see the same thing that I do, if you are using Notepad/++, a few hundred lines of code.
H4S2: WAMP installs MySQP and PHP:
In order to fully run p-dash, and the rest of the private web stack, your computer has to be able
fully run all code in the PHP language, and MySQL queries; moreover, you need your own database<H3S11> and WAMP also comes with phpMyAdmin, which you can use, to keep an eye on this. Your degree of involvement is therefore highly variable.<H3S12> Together, WAMP will turn the code files on your computer, when launched, into actionable pages, that feed directly into:
H4S3: Your browser renders the “web” experience:
Your web browser, which is a desktop application, that you have installed, on your computer. Did you know that you can use your web browser, without being connected to the internet? Yes, and all of its functionality, in code, still remain on your computer, even when you unplug. The reason you have not realized this is because # there are no web services that can connect with you, but when there’s a server right on your computer, you can go ahead, and keep using<Turing!>
H3S10: Private web x open source:
@Nate Pace: It is my own path, but the private web would also be the best open source project of all time, since 1) everyone will run the entire codebase, on their computer, rather than one person running it, and the rest perusing, or contributing, which means bugs will be caught as many times faster as their are users, and all the devs, will be users. Hu: 2) the security risk is minimal, because the private web is whitelist by default; and that layer is handled by TCP/IP, only IP addresses you explicitly authorize can access your server and establish a connection. IP level security is handled by telecoms, so we’re building directly on top of that layer; there’s minimal risk, therefore, for open sourcing every corner of the codebase. Post: You cannot fit private web entirely into any category and yet, it fits, somewhat, into every category.
H3S11: Distributed database architecture of private-web<Turing-multiple>:
Hu: In private-web, each user # maintains a db that contains their own content, and in that db, will be a users-tb, which contains a list of whitelisted users, for their db, only<Turing>. There is no centralized–db, in the private web, although, as we see with personal-dash, the interface between private and public, that there’s plenty of room, to interface, and link to public websites, like CNN #
H3S12: Scaled tech-spectrum in private-users:
Hu: For the first time, private web introduces # a full spectrum of skill, when it comes to use. This clearly does not apply, for a site like CNN, because there’s a very low ceiling, to how much “skill” you can have, to use its narrow set of about 5 features, across its several thousand articles. There is skill in programming CNN, but that’s a hard boundary, because you won’t be working for them, as a user. In private-web, things are very different. With phpMyAdmin, you can dive in, and make manual edits, both formatting, and content, to your db, and enhance your own server’s experience, even with code changes, if you want to, but you don’t have to, and you can use it, also, just like Microsoft Word. Since any code changes only affect your server, and your server, at most, can only affect the people on your whitelist, the risk of a failed change, is very small. The entire network, which is distributed, including in code, will never crash, as the result of one person’s actions, and this is an ideal environment, for pedagogy<Turings!>
H3S13: Visual Basic | Microsoft in WAMP:
<Microsoft a-r>: The Visual C++ Redistributable installs Microsoft C and C++ (MSVC) runtime libraries. These libraries are required by many applications built by using Microsoft C and C++ tools. If your app uses those libraries, a Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable package must be installed on the target system before you install your app. The Redistributable package architecture must match your app’s target architecture. The Redistributable version must be at least as recent as the MSVC build toolset used to build your app. We recommend you use the latest Redistributable available for your version of Visual Studio, with some exceptions noted below.
H4S1: Visual Basic is Bill Gates’ Google Search:
Hu: Visual Basic is Bill Gates’ primary contribution to computer science, enough to net him a wealth of over $100-bn, righteously<#v-t>, analogous to the role that fine-tuning Search has for the success of Google. Simply put, Visual Basic is a compiler for C, and compiles the C-code in the programs written in other programming languages, such as PHP, which is written in C, or Python, MySQL, and any such, into direct contact with the semi-conductor, on the level of binary. Therefore, Visual Basic is also an assembler, if C is the compiler. This is the most precise definition.
H5S1:<AT&T a-r>19:30: C is a programming language, made to fit within the paradigm of Unix. H6S1: Indeed, the original | programming language, C<Turing>was co-invented with the original operating system, because both were required to write code to the semiconductor, which was in a preliminary | data stage at the time of Thompson, and if neither of the latters have left that stage, then, by chain, in the chain of necessities<#n-p>, neither has the semi-conductor, and therein lies the impact of WP-MIC<fbno>
Hu, Yakun: 7/31/22: LDS-Will
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