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Thursday, July 18th, 2013 at 12:04 pm - Whipping
The project for bringing forward the final date of human extinction remains on track.
We seem to be doing pretty well with our global engineering project to move as much as we can of the deeply buried fossil carbon into the atmosphere as quickly as possible.
But how are we doing with that other threat to the species: nuclear annihilation? Last night there was a Parliamentary debate. I am happy to report that Great Britain intends to maintain its responsibility for ensuring that this continues to be a potential outcome.
Monday, July 15th, 2013 at 12:54 pm - Weekends
Life has got too hectic and I have got out of the habit of blogging, which is probably a good thing as I don’t have time for it at all, when there are so many other things I should be writing up and working on. Anyway, I’m now using my log-book for time not on the ground, so there’s less of a need to record stuff here. Never worked out anyway in terms of recording necessary experience of the person or the site in a recoverable format.
Going to CUCC Austria expedition shortly. I already feel the heat of the grubby campsite, the extreme festering, and the egg and chips ceremony in the middle of the day. Probably very little beer for me as this gives me quite a headache these days. But the pressure will be off to make something useful of all my time and get out at every weekend. That’s what I really need a break from. Might even get some work done.
Monday, July 15th, 2013 at 11:47 am - Machining
Suppose I have a sphere of radius 5mm. I need it to be triangulated to a tolerance of 0.01mm.
This is the answer I would like to get: