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Madis731 wrote:
I think in France they use the 'logical' one that you can BubbleSort()
DMY.
YMD is more easily sortable.
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revolution wrote:
YMD is more easily sortable.

I just use BSWAP

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25012009 ---> bswap ---> 90021052 Question
25012009 ---> bswap ---> 09200125 Question

Hmm ... I don't think that will work the way you wanted.
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According to this it seems a black hole was already created and is growing.

Razz

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dd/mm/yyyy
the DD, MM, YYYY (for me not a problem, was born the 6/6/82)
it is logical!

mm/dd/yyyy
MM, the DD YYYY??
is it logical?

and then, appears a singular numeric phenomenon.

time is expanding
++++
date: DD/MM/YYYY
hour: hh:mm:ss:ms:µs
-----
time is compressing

the conclusion is that we are in the 12h day dimension., the place where both time-mesure systems cross.
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The famous doomsday device is coming back. YEEHAW.
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ManOfSteel wrote:
The famous doomsday device is coming back. YEEHAW.
Nah.. this time they'll use a pancake or a muffin.
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Check this out. We're starting to have real data ...

... and the end of the world will come soon ... Confused Wink
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Yesssss!
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Why does it take so long?
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What? The world coming to an end?
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Yeah, I mean for them to get to that Higgs Boson experiment (they used lower energy up till now) to create that black hole Razz

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Why does THAT has to end our world? Maybe they can just manage to create a mini black hole that only sucks half of Switzerland and France.


And from the article:
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Physicists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, shut down the collider on Dec. 16 to prepare for even higher energy collisions later this year.

So the fun part is yet to come...
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Yes and that was my point, why is it taking so long for them to come to "the best part" Smile

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@Borsuc: Maybe it's got something to do with racing - you test your car and your skills and each other time you get a better result. I don't think you can overclock your CPU immediately to the best state etc. Razz
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You have to learn to crawl before you can walk. And you have to learn to walk before you can run.

Things happen in stages. You don't go from stone axes to multi-billion transistor integrated circuits in one step.
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revolution wrote:
http://hasthelargehardoncolliderdestroyedtheworldyet.com/

Half way there, 7TeV today.
April Fools' Day has not come yet! Evil or Very Mad
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How do you stop an aircraft carrier travelling at 20 knots in a fraction of a second?

http://www.insidescience.org/research/1.1518
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the energy of the protons will be about 360 mega-joules, equivalent to the energy of an aircraft carrier moving through the ocean at a speed of 20 knots.
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Sigh. You need the momentum of a carrier, not its energy. For extreme relativistic objects (the protons), E = pc. For extreme nonrelativistic objects (the aircraft carrier), E = pv/2. Thus assuming both objects have the same kinetic energy, the momentum ratio is 2c/v in favor of the ship.
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