A @microsoftbr recebeu hoje diversas comunidades de desenvolvedores para o Community Bootcamp #Microsoft . Hoje fiquei com a turma do @AngularSP onde tivemos @Feh_Bernardo falando sobre #EcmaScript , AlefeSouza.com falando de #Ionic e #Electron conclyindo com @willgmbr fazendo deploy de #Angular para #Azure . No auditório 3 houve uma reunião bacana de diversas comunidades dedicadas às mulheres que programam. Tava lá @PHPWomenBR, @railsgirls.sp ,@Desprograme e outras. No auditório 1 a comunidade #DotNet trouxe vários conteúdos inclusive um sobre #Xamarin ministrado por @_sylix . Parabéns aos organizadores e obrigado à Microsoft por apoiar o desenvolvimento livre e compartilhado. A turma ainda arrecadou vários brinquedos para serem doados no Natal! 🙌🎉❤️👏👏👏🎂😘👍✨
Grounding. Grounding allows you to capture electrons from earth's surface, but of cource you don't believe it, because you can't see it happening. Not believing what you can't see, is one of the biggest problems in humanity nowadays. Hearing kids and grown-ups laughing when they see someone walking barefoot. It tells me how separated our species is from nature. Feeling shame for them. Seeing people walking around with their iphones not knowing where to go, or what to do. If you still thing grounding is just some hippie bullshit, i want you to listen this clint obers interview https://youtu.be/p7gWnRG8gfk ... In the end, almost all the health problems in humans are connected to light, water, magnetism and food. Biohack your enviroment. It is the most important thing you to do!
Looking for electrons
Preston J. MacDougall, a professor @mtsu, wanted to understand where electrons tended to reside and where they stayed away from in a crystal of a diiron cluster compound. Such information could help him understand how and why this cluster’s two iron atoms (one atom is shown at center in blue) bind to diazene (pink molecule at top right), which is an intermediate in converting nitrogen into ammonia, a fertilizer and useful raw material. To find where the electrons were hanging out, he created this image using an X-ray crystal structure and several computer modeling programs. It shows the calculated curvature of the electron density in the crystal. Orange, red, pink, and white signify areas with progressively higher concentration of electron density, while yellow, green, and blue signify the extent of charge depletion.
Submitted by Preston J. MacDougall
Rocket Lab scrubbed the second launch of its Electron rocket just two seconds before launch last night as an automatic abort was triggered by the computer just as the engines were about to fire. The company will try for another launch no earlier than tomorrow (12/13) at 8:30 p.m. EST from its Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand.