Thursday, October 9, 2014

The Benefits of Article Mixer

The result? Due to very long once this thread if I show also the result, if anyone wants to see the use of the articles the result of mixing it, please go to my blog deh (sorry, I can not help I was forced to take this way)

There, mixing my articles alternating with unique articles that are not the result of spin (8 article ajah). Post-dated as of August 2011 The result? Just yesterday morning my blog was submitted to BuyBlogReviews, the afternoon had to be approved (belon had committee, busy taking care of the blog mainstay).

Benefits Article Mixer
Benefits Article Mixer? Of course, to produce content considered as duplicate content by the search engines, especially Google. other:
Articles mixing results can be used to submit a non-duplicate article to various article directories.

But I think the articles that will be useful to the players PTR (paid to review) that already have air-Pagerank domains 3, 4, or higher and would like to present a good impression on the blog that made ​​land. Blogs can be filled with articles non-duplicate it with a post-dated back to 100 days. Every day the article. But if you want to use for this way, it seems it takes more than one set of article master, let me not really if the plasticity of the articles in the blog are the result of spinning articles.
Create a dummy blog that (hopefully) better quality. If you read the thread about how powerful mastah Noviku10 conquering Panda, it says about creating a dummy blog. Well, if his dummy blog free of duplicate content, he could be supporting the main blog better than blogs Abal Abal condition that only haphazardly (yes CMIIMW mastah Noviku10). 
It could also make the initial capital for those who want to make the article directory like in this thread sidekildarisurabaya mastah (but why his site has been respectfully huh?).

Selling masters article sets or all the same article the results of its spin. In fact, after writing this thread, ane make kepikiran Trade stalls. Uh, but wait for second opinions from reply in this thread deh. Who knew something was wrong from experimental ane. Wait, LHA when it's on this read the thread they can make their own. Yo ra popo, the initial intention to make this trit emang sharing, not selling. Anyway there must be in need of services content writer writer nubitol like this ane. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaamin.

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Visit the Max Tegmark multiverse: parallel universes Everett

We conclude our exploration of the multiverse Max Tegmark with the last part of the interview he gave to Futura-Sciences on the occasion of the release in France of his book Our mathematical universe in search of the ultimate nature of reality .

For those who want to refresh their memory before discovering the following responses from Max Tegmark questions that we asked him, please refer to sections that served as the introduction to this interview.

Visit the Max Tegmark multiverse: parallel universes Everett
Max Tegmark, multiverse explorer "do not hesitate to think big"

In 1977 a famous video called The Powers of 10 put in perspective the infinitely large and the infinitely small. A new more dramatic version was made ​​in 1997 and used to get a better idea of the universe in which we live, is staggering when one realizes that he can be himself again part of the multiverse larger and strange. © AureliusQ, YouTube

Futura-Sciences:  In an infinite multiverse Level I, there must be somewhere in space beyond our cosmic horizon additional copies of our observable universe with a copy of the Earth , but on which the story s 'held in slightly different ways. In fact, we should even be able to find an infinite number of planets like Earth with all possible variations of the events that may have occurred in the history of our planet. This led you to ask yourself, with Anthony Aguirre, if it was not possible to identify the multiverse Level I with Level III multiverse. You published an article on arxiv in 2010 closer look at this assumption. Raphael Bousso and Leonard Susskind have followed you not a year later.

Max Tegmark, a cosmologist, "we are probably alone in the universe"

Max Tegmark, a cosmologist, "we are probably alone in the universe"

This last part of our interview with Max Tegmark remains devoted to the multiverse, but it is also about the relationship between quantum mechanics and consciousness, and the dangers and hopes, arising from the creation of artificial intelligence, such with quantum computers. In an attempt to avert these dangers, cosmologist created the Future of Life Institute (FLI) counts as famous as Stephen Hawking and Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek personalities.

On 08/06/2014 at 17:30 - By Laurent Sacco, Futura-Sciences

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Composite of Hubble ultra-deep field photographed between 2003 and 2012 in three ranges of radiation image, the near infrared, visible and ultraviolet. This is the most colorful galactic panorama made ​​by the space telescope. About 10,000 galaxies are scattered in this small sample of the southern sky, which is virtually devoid of stars in our Milky Way galaxy in the foreground. It is only a tiny part of the universe. © NASA, ESA, H. Teplitz and Mr. Rafelski (IPAC / Caltech), A. Koekemoer (STScI), R. Windhorst ( Arizona State University ) and Z. Levay (STScI)
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Mission was: to prepare landing

Mission was: to prepare landing

This landing will take place in October and will be a first. In 2005, the spacecraft Deep Impact had dropped an impactor on the comet 9P / Tempel-1 and in the same year, Hayabusa , the Japanese space agency, tried landing on the asteroid Itokawa, with mixed success, both the maneuver is difficult.

To file Philae, Rosetta will skim Chury less than 5 km. A dangerous skimming as a comet "degassed" heated by solar radiation, the surface ejects water vapor, ice chips and dust. This activity should be accurately estimated by engineers at ESA before diving Philae.

Another image taken by the instrument & nbsp; Osiris, showing a relatively smooth area bordered in steep.  Rosetta was then 130 km of the comet.  The resolution is 2.4 m per pixel. & Nbsp; © ESA / Rosetta / MPS for Osiris Team / UPD / LAM / IAA / SSO / INTA / UPM / DASP / IDA

The module will then 100kg avoid another risk: bounce into space, never to return if the impact on the body to the very low gravity is too strong. Philae will rely on its claws completing the end of its three legs to hang. The Rosetta mission will then take a new turn, more scientific than technical: it is the history of our solar system that astronomers hope to read in comets in general and in particular ... Chury

But this is another story that we will tell you in due time. For now, experts scrutinize the raw images. First informed comments tomorrow. Check back Futura-Sciences, there will be new!

Rosetta will approach the comet slowly

Rosetta will approach the comet slowly

The best way to measure the field of gravity around the comet ... is to get close. Acceleration and deceleration suffered betray the force of gravitation . The expected trajectory in the coming weeks is an original series of triangles, smaller and smaller and more and more close to the star. The maneuver will be the opposite side of the comet's tail to prevent the machine to receive a shower of dust and ice.

Then, once the known gravity, the "pilot" of the ESA Rosetta inject on a path that will make him go ellipses around Chury. The operation will start in September. They hope to approach the craft first and then 30 km to about 10 km and less. It was at this point that will begin the perilous mission of small Philae lander that will detach from the probe to go land on the comet.

A closer view of the comet obtained with the instrument Osiris 6 August 2014 showing the junction between the two sides of the star.  The resolution is & nbsp; 2.2 m per pixel.  © ESA / Rosetta / MPS for Osiris Team / UPD / LAM / IAA / SSO / INTA / UPM / DASP / IDA

Rosetta will follow the trajectory

This is what has been achieved today, under the eye technicians gathered in central control of ESA in Darmstadt, Germany, while the European Space Agency begins broadcasting close-up images of the comet . This success is however only the beginning of another phase of the mission, where all specialists will be on deck to put Rosetta on an orbit around the comet elliptical, time to get close enough. This approach is already difficult. Even if a 3D reconstruction of the comet was made, its mass is not known precisely and engineers at ESA can not know how fast an orbit, even ephemeral, can be obtained.

Rosetta will follow the trajectory around the comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The first triangles, increasingly small, used to accurately measure the gravitational field around this small body mass insufficiently known. Adjustments, so updates on the motor will be needed to hold the probe in an elliptical orbit in September, approaching 30 km or less than 10 km if the vent is not too bothersome. It was at this point that Philae will fall off and land. Note: the position of the solar panels that throughout this dance must remain properly oriented with respect to the Sun. © CNES

Image: Rosetta passed his appointment with "his" comet

Image: Rosetta passed his appointment with "his" comet

After a run of ten years, 6.5 billion miles and visit two asteroids, Steins and Lutetia, the valiant European Rosetta has successfully completed its approach to comet 67P / the comet 67P alias / CG, or Chury. The first pictures, about 100 km, show a very irregular object, riddled with curious craters.

On 08/06/2014 15:31 - By Jean-Luc Goudet, Futura-Sciences

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Reached about 100 km, Rosetta took this picture August 6, 2014 of Comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko. It shows a tormented body, riddled with craters sometimes honeycomb. The surface, very irregular, is shaped by soft evictions produced by the heating due to the Sun. Since this morning, many experts are trying to decipher this landscape. The probe must remain close to the body for months and get close enough to drop Philae lander 100 kg. © ESA / Rosetta / MPS for Osiris Team / UPD / LAM / IAA / SSO / INTA / UPM / DASP / IDA
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It's done! The probe Rosetta has not missed his third and final appointment with a star wandering the Solar System . Launched in 2004, the spacecraft of ESA has grazed the asteroid in 2008 to 800 km and in 2010, was approached Lutetia , 3,000 km, making 400 shots. The European probe lasting place in the long saga of the comet hunting we were telling you yesterday. This time it is the last target but the most complex. Rosetta had to slow to gradually approach the comet / 67P Churyumov-Gerasimenko (call Chury), much like a fighter jet intercepts a suspect device. The relative velocity would fall to about 1 m / s (3.6 km / h).