A Quantum Magic Trick

The trick here is that shifting the quantum states for different frequencies accelerate away from one another dramatically increasing the quantum fisher. Just hope that was what the builder of your in-boat clock was using to test frequency accuracy the next time you are out in the middle of the ocean at night.

I am not sure if I feel smarter after watching or that or stupider. Of course if I apply quantum principle to it, I think I can be both at the same time. AMIRIGHT!!

The UN Confirms that the Paris Climate Accord was Useless and False

Had the Agreement been ratified, the U.S. would have handed countries like China and India a huge competitive advantage over the American economy

 

The United Nations has officially confirmed what many of us, including President Trump, knew already: the Paris climate accord was a complete waste of space.

As UN Environment admits in its latest Emissions Shortfall report, even when you add up all the CO2 reduction pledges made by all the signatory nations at Paris, it still comes to only a third of what is supposedly necessary to stop the world warming by more than 2 degrees C by the end of this century.

According to UN Environment’s head Eric Solheim, the world is heading for disaster:

“One year after the Paris Agreement entered into force, we still find ourselves in a situation where we are not doing nearly enough to save hundreds of millions of people from a miserable future. Governments, the private sector and civil society must bridge this catastrophic climate gap.”

Another way of looking at it, though, is that President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris accord is now fully vindicated. Had the Agreement been ratified, the U.S. would have handed countries like China and Indiaa huge competitive advantage over the American economy. But – as even the UN now admits – it would have made no discernible difference to the alleged problem of “global warming.” So what, exactly would have been the point?

Free Windows 10 Upgrades End This Year

Microsoft has made it clear that free upgrades to Windows 10 will end December 31, giving users about 2 months to make up their minds. The free Windows 10 upgrade technically ended in July last year, but it made one interesting exception: those who used assistive technologies could still upgrade for free beyond that point.

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If you use assistive technologies, you can upgrade to Windows 10 at no cost as Microsoft continues our efforts to improve the Windows 10 experience for people who use these technologies. Please take advantage of this offer before it expires on December 31, 2017. With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, we’ve taken a number of steps to improve the accessibility of Windows 10.

Microsoft Employee Installs Chrome Mid-Presentation Because Edge Keeps Crashing

A Microsoft employee was forced to pause his Azure presentation in the middle of a live demo session in order to install Google Chrome, as the company’s own Edge browser kept crashing. The comical occurrence was recorded and later uploaded to YouTube by none other than Microsoft itself.

The presentation in question aims to show potential customers how to migrate their applications and data to Redmond’s cloud service. But midway through the session, Edge crashes. This is when after a brief moment of hesitation, the employee finally gives up and charmingly informs the audience that he’ll be taking a moment to install Chrome in order to finish the demo session, which he then goes on to do.

Guy Documents Nearly a Year of Quality Problems with His Tesla Model S

A Tesla owner named Tyler Martin recently uploaded a 25-minute video to YouTube chronicling every issue he’s had with his 2016 Tesla Model S. Among the issues he mentions are paint imperfections, a dusty touch screen, and poor trim alignment on the door — these were what he found on the day the car was delivered. By the time he took his car to a service center, his electric driver-side mirror would only unfold partially.

Verizon Wants FCC to Ban States From Protecting Your Privacy

From DSL Reports, it seems Verizon is trying to convince the FCC to ban states from enacting laws protecting consumer privacy. This is another effort from Verizon to manipulate customer data as the company has been presumably selling your phone number and location data. The company says allowing states to regulate its own broadband would be “a recipe for disaster” and “impose inconsistent burdens” on service.

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“States and localities have given strong indications that they are prepared to take a similar approach to net neutrality laws if they are dissatisfied with the result of the Restoring Internet Freedom proceeding,” complains Verizon, again ignoring that its lawsuits are the reason that’s happening.