Bob Lazar filmed a cloud chamber experiment with Element 115 in 1991. The tape was thought missing until Jeremy Corbell found it again in 2018. Here's Corbell presenting it to Joe Rogan. youtube.com/watch?v=tLovR…
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Trying to get better at painting clouds in gouache. Here's the latest experiment.
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Hi! I’m new here- I just pulled this print of clouds today to experiment with inking gradients. I’d love any tips or feedback :)
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Coalescence - An experiment in point cloud morphing in TouchDesigner vimeo.com/499891214
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Results of the South African Cloud-Seeding Experiments Using Hygroscopic Flares::: (South Africa Weather Modification in 1990. Probably the reason white farmers are doing better than black farmers? TECH ACCESS? Whites & Blacks SA people are fighting, murdering, confiscating farmlands, ect...) journals.ametsoc.org/doi/…
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Back on my bullshit, guys (Clouds in satellite view obscuring areas near Dulce, NM, alleged location of Dulce Base said to have hosted alien genetic experiments on abductees) reddit.com/gallery/k8p755
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➑️Instructional Tutorial on MacGuyver-esque Amateur Jury-Rigging Attempts at Ad-Hoc Mock Salvation of Stop-Loss Excess-Vape Cloud Retainment Resulting from Hotrail Epic Fail Experiments: A Fictionalized Dramatization v.redd.it/j8xd2zh4b7c61
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Google Cloud (over)Run: How a free trial experiment ended with a $72,000 bill overnight theregister.com/2020/12/1…
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Does Anyone Have Advice For A Cloud Chamber Experiment?

I haven't done many home experiments before and I thought a cloud chamber would be a fun one to start with. I want to test the radioactivity of various household objects. I have taken an intro chem course in uni so that's my highest level of chemistry so far.

I read some articles that tell you how to do it, but I think being able to do it doesn't necessarily make it a good idea. I have volunteered as a lab tech for my school so I am used to doing experiments and I have even handled some highly concentrated acids before. My only fear as far as this experiment goes is handling the dry ice. I have never handled it before and I'm worried about how I would dispose of excess and store it while conducting the experiment.

I spent some time learning about superconcentration and how it applies to the experiment. My current understanding is that the top of the chamber is heated and the bottom is cooled. Water vapor acts as a solvent for the solute (gaseous 99% isopropyl alcohol). The alcohol becomes superconcentrated at the top of the chamber and in its superconcentrated state is very fragile to change. When the ionized radioactive particle is emitted from the radioactive object, a droplet of moisture forms and falls when the ionized particle interacts with a molecule of superconcentrated alcohol. I don't know why this interaction causes a droplet of moisture to form. I know that water vapour must cool down to change to a liquid state, but I don't know what causes it to cool down. Does anyone know?

Any and all advice is appreciated!

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Fun experiment with Kubernetes: live migration of a cluster from a cloud provider to another

Hi all,

Out of curiosity, I did an experiment: migrate a Rancher/RKE Kubernetes cluster "live" from a cloud provider to another, instead of backing up in the first cluster and restoring in the new one. It was fun and I thought I'd share it :)

https://vitobotta.com/2020/10/25/kubernetes-live-migration/

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β€œawaiting the first biological experiments to be performed in the vicinity of the Venus clouds” – Harold Morowitz & Carl Sagan, 1967. [1712x1152] [OC]
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Fun experiment with Kubernetes: live migration of a cluster from a cloud provider to another vitobotta.com/2020/10/25/…
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[video] [Dreams] Experiments with scale in Dreams using various elements I've made in the program. Would be fun to continue the camera path out through a window, through the clouds, into the solar system and then through the galaxy. Wonder if it it could be done? πŸ€” v.redd.it/rv8yd5v6ick51
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Ambient modular experiment inspired by javanese gamelan tuning / pelog scale with pure data patch and mutable instruments clouds in vcv rack youtu.be/iqGkXM2KMUs
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Researchers in Spain and U.S. have announced they've discovered a new property of light -- "self-torque." Their experiment fired two lasers, slightly out of sync, at a cloud of argon gas resulting in a corkscrew beam with a gradually changing twist. They say this had never been predicted before. science.sciencemag.org/co…
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"BigQuery: the unlikely birth of a cloud juggernaut" - A brief history of the BigQuery product from Google science experiment to trusted enterprise tool. Written by founding product manager Ju-kay Kwek. towardsdatascience.com/bi…
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Fun experiment with Kubernetes: live migration of a cluster from a cloud provider to another vitobotta.com/2020/10/25/…
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Ambient modular experiment inspired by javanese gamelan tuning / pelog scale with pure data patch and mutable instruments clouds youtu.be/iqGkXM2KMUs
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This one was part of a experiment in making clouds in dice. Not the intended result, but not complaining. Fohdu lq iluvw, rsdtxh lq odvw. reddit.com/gallery/iulojs
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Bob Lazaar Cloud experiment with element 115

The minute long video easily found on YouTube shows the video Bob Lazaar had on an old tape. Found by producer Jeremy Corbell.

Could someone explain ELI5 what this actually shows? Is it the green light that is distorted in a wavy pattern that’s unique I.e. the material is bending the light?

Also in the documentary on Netflix Jeremy eludes that the video itself doesn’t β€œmean shit” is that because it isn’t long enough or can’t be collaborated as to when or where it was taken etc??? Or is it that it could have been altered?

Thanks to all

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Experiment with OpenTelemetry: Play with the Future Cloud Native Metrics Framework, Now blog.getambassador.io/exp…
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Fun experiment with Kubernetes: live migration of a cluster from a cloud provider to another vitobotta.com/2020/10/25/…
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[TOMT] - Theory - what’s the name of these these strange clouds that some people believe it’s a secret experiment?

I knew the name of this thing when I was smaller, but now I completely forgot. Edit: Solved!

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Howdy. Overly long experiment with two Radio Music modules, two random sources, Braids and knock-off Clouds. Shortwave radio samples from China Radio. Moments of serendipity if you stick with it. YMMV. Comments welcome. Features first (working ;-) ) home built module - not sure that's my future :-) youtu.be/DcgZSChNltU
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Some experiments with clouds creation system in Unity using URP and ShaderGraph. Tutorial coming soon v.redd.it/5o3hq3j7ib251
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Dark ambient music experiment with DIY cassette tape loops, Mutable Instruments Rings, Clouds youtu.be/j0oYbCTmIZM
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Flying boats! I decided to experiment with volumetric clouds. My GPU was not happy.
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I'm growing some lima beans for an experiment, and some have this peppered cloud around them. Is it a pest or fugus or something? Will it prevent growth?
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Cloud cover planning for ground truth experiment

We want to plan an experiment for the day of Sentinel-2 image acquisition. This experiment costs labor/resources, so if the image has cloud cover then it is a waste. Can we look at weather forecasts to know if the cloud cover will be low? Anyone dealt with this before?

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