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Returning to the bubble model discussed last week, a mother or father bubble is at the stove heating a pot of water to boiling. The child bubble reaches for the stove and is stopped by the parent bubble who explains the following.
“I just put one liter, one thousand cubic centimeters, of water into the pot at a temperature on 3.98 degrees Celsius, equivalent to 277.13 degrees Kelvin or 39.164 degrees Fahrenheit and I want to raise the temperature of the water to 100 degrees on the centigrade scale. One milliliter of water, one cubic centimeter, requires
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By CHRIS ORTEGA
A native of Los Alamos, I attended Aspen Elementary School and graduated from Los Alamos High School in 1991. After high school I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and was stationed at Camp Pendleton and 29 Palms in California.
Continuing my time in California, I attended college at University of Southern California in Los Angeles where I obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
My family began in California, where my two daughters, Meagan and Jordyn were born. Realizing I wanted to raise them in my hometown of Los Alamos, we moved
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- Grand Unified File Index (GUFI) hits GitHub for users
Resolving the supercomputer challenge of searching and retrieving files could now be far simpler, with a tool developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory and released today to the GitHub open-source software site.
The Grand Unified File Index (GUFI) is designed using a new, hierarchical approach to storing file metadata, allowing rapid parallel searches across many internal databases. Queries that would previously have taken hours or days can now be run in seconds.
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Attorney General Hector Balderas
From the Office of the Attorney General:
ALBUQUERQUE – Attorney General Hector Balderas, as New Mexico’s chief law enforcement officer, has issued a Consumer Safety Advisory intended to protect all users of Facebook in the aftermath of the revelation that Facebook gave away the personal information of some 50 million subscribers to a political campaign.
“You, as a Facebook user, are the best editor of your own information,” Attorney General Balderas said. “You can decide who can see and use your data just as you can decide who to allow into your home.
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Cliff Han, owner of startup company Knoze Jr. Corp., said he can now enjoy the outdoors allergy-free due to his prebiotic lollipop, which nurtures bacteria in the body to combat allergies. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com
One evening in March 2014, Los Alamos resident Cliff Han was attending a retreat and started to tear up during a talk.
He went outside for a break, but more tears arose accompanied by sneezing and a tightness in the chest. He realized his tears were not in fact caused by the speaker’s moving story, but by the pollen from the surrounding trees.
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