For all of you Indiana people, don't forget to change your clocks tomorrow!!Â Or, if you are up at 2am, just change it then. :) Next week should be interesting.
ARG! Algae! Well, itâ€™s a new setup, so the aquarium will go through a few stages of algae.
So I decided to take care of the problem. Anyway, I picked up 7 Mexican Turbo snails (recommended by the LFS) about a week ago.
It's a good thing I had that car cover. Snow came early in Indiana. This was on the day before Thanksgiving.
5,000 Cars are expected at the Auburn 2005 auction is the 35th edition of the “World’s Largest Collector Car Auction and Show.” For 35 years, buyers, sellers, and enthusiasts from around the globe have congregated in Auburn to celebrate automotive heritage on Labor Day weekend. Each year, the Auburn auction, in conjunction with the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, promotes car collecting, sets records, provides entertainment, and sells more collector cars than any other auction in the world!
Climateprediction.net is the largest experiment to try and produce a forecast of the climate in the 21st century. To do this, we need people around the world to give us time on their computers - time when they have their computers switched on, but are not using them to their full capacity.
Predictor@home is a world-community experiment and effort to use distributed world-wide-web volunteer resources to assemble a supercomputer able to predict protein structure from protein sequence. Our work is aimed at testing and evaluating new algorithms and methods of protein structure prediction.
LHC@home helps the construction of LHC. LHC stands for Large Hadron Collider. It will be the largest and most powerful particle accelerator ever built. You can read about it here. It simulates how the particles travel trough the 27 km long tunnel. With the help of the calculated information, the magnets that control the beam can be calibrated with greater precision. More information can be found here.
Einstein@home is a program that uses your computer's idle time to search for spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) using data from the LIGO and GEO gravitational wave detectors. Einstein@home is a World Year of Physics 2005 project supported by the American Physical Society (APS) and by a number of international organizations.
I was on my way to work today and what do I see? A Geekmobile! I've heard of them before, but I've never seen one. This one had 3 geeks jammed into that black and white bug. It reminded me of a clown car. =)