Posts: Last Page

Click here to view the last page of the web.

I have many people and things to thank for me web experience:

First, I would like to thank the inventor of the web, I don't know how I would live without the internet. Not only has the web been a haven of good times, but a time for connecting to the world around me.

Secondly, I thank Apple Computers, for making the computer I own today. Because without a computer, you can't have a internet connection.

Thirdly, I do not thank the person who created the last page, ending this internet world.

Now that the internet has ended; when someone new makes a new kind, here are some features I would like it to have:

  1. Speed of light loading
  2. Virtual Reality games
  3. IMAX 3D websites
  4. Ability to print in 3D
  5. Every thing is free!
It's going to change someday; so why not prepare?

My favorite web browsers:

  1. Safari and Firefox
  2. Internet Explorer
  3. Netscape

Links: Top News(1/24/06)

Alito gets it.

NYT: Article


Posts: Feeling the pulse?

Do you feel the pulse?

To feel the pulse means to get into things, so much that the person is only focusing on the thing he/she is feeling the pulse of. To communicate with the person is extremely hard, and your only response would be a nod of the head or luckily a grunt.

There are levels of how much the person is feeling the pulse; the order goes...

1. The pulse feeling of watching a boring movie/TV show
2. The pulse feeling of following an ant across your driveway
3. The pulse feeling of watching an very intense movie, where you have become extremely attached to a character who is walking the plank
4. The pulse feeling of being arrested for being accused of smuggling donuts across the border
5. The pulse feeling of witnessing a tragic event
6. The pulse feeling of learning that your nation was just taken by an evil dictator named Sam
7. The pulse feeling of that you will have to work as a servant for Sam for $0 a day.
8. The pulse feeling of that the entire universe will explode in a matter of seconds, and that your life will end shortly

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Posts: Wikipedia Adventure

Here is where I got after clicking on the first link of each Wikipedia page I came to:


This shows that almost everything is connceted, even butter and philosophy!

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Posts: Numbers!

Seconds in a year: 31,536,000
Minutes in a year: 525,600
Hours in a year: 8,760
Days in a year: 365
Years in a year: 1
Years in a decade: 10
Days in a decade (no leap): 3,650
Hours in a decade ("): 87,600
Minutes in a decade ("): 5,256,000
Seconds in a decade ("):315,360,000

The Planck time is the time it would take a photon travelling at the speed of light to cross a distance equal to the Planck length(. This is the "quantum of time", the smallest measurement of time that has any meaning. Within the framework of the laws of physics as we understand them today, we can neither measure nor discern any difference between the universe at the time it first came into existence and the universe anything less than 1 Planck time later.
The estimated age of the Universe (4.3 × 1017 s) is roughly 8 × 1060 Planck times. (Wikipedia)

Orders of magnitude (time)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

1 yoctosecond
1 zeptosecond
1 attosecond
1 femtosecond
1 picosecond
1 nanosecond
1 microsecond
1 millisecond ~ blink of an eye ~ 50 to 80 ms
1 second ~ minute = 60 s
1 kilosecond(16.7 minutes) ~ hour = 3600 s day = 86 400 s = 86.4 ks week = 604.8 ks
1 megasecond(11.6 days) ~ month = 2.6 x 106 s year = 31.6 Ms ~= π x 107
1 gigasecond(32 years) ~ century = 3.16 Gs ~= π x 109 s millennium = 31.6 Gs ~= π x 1010 s
1 terasecond(32 000 years)
1 petasecond(32 million years)
1 exasecond(32 billion years)

Orders of magnitude (currency)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This is a list of orders of magnitude for money expressed in United States dollars.
$0.01 - used chiefly in making change
$0.10 - price to make a photocopy
$1 - hamburger at McDonald's
$4 typical drink of "gourmet" coffee
$10 - wristwatch with quartz circuit
$100 - TV, VCR, microwave or pair of shoes
$400 - approximate annual GDP per capita (PPP) for East Timor (2004, CIA World Factbook)
$1,000 - used car (15 years old, runs)
$1,000 - approximate GDP per capita (PPP) for Nigeria (2004)
$8,800 - approximate world GDP per capita (PPP) (2004)
$10,000 - cheap new car
$10,000 - approximate GDP per capita (PPP) for Russia (2004)
$20,000 (Israel, Greece)–$40,000 (Jersey, Norway, United States) - approximate GDP per capita (PPP) in most first world nations (2004)
$100,000 - small house far from cities
$1,000,000 - huge house in suburbs, condo in densest inner cities
$10,000,000 - a small hospital
$100,000,000 - large office building in city
$264,000,000 - estimated price of an Airbus A380 airplane.
$1,000,000,000 - billion (long scale: milliard)
$51,000,000,000 - fortune of Bill Gates, world's richest man, as of 2005 [1]
$100,000,000,000 - budget for reconstruction of Iraq
$420,000,000,000 - approximate United States budget deficit
$1,000,000,000,000 - trillion (long scale: billion)
$2.5 trillion - approximate United States annual federal budget as of 2005
$7 trillion - United States national debt as of December 2003
$55 trillion - global GDP (PPP)

Large Numbers
from Wikipedia

quindecillion (quinquadecillion)
sexdecillion (sedecillion)
novemdecillion (novendecillion)
googolplex=100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000.

The least approx. relative frequency of use according to Wikipedia is...

quindecillion (quinquadecillion)

which is used...

1/32000 times.

One light years equals 9,460,730,472,580,800 m (5,878,625,373,184 mi).


Reviews: Google Earth for Mac

updated 1/17/06

Finally! On 1/10/2006, at exactly 12:49:00 PM, Google Blog announced the creation of a Mac version of Google Earth. I know it might not mean much for non-Mac people, but for Mac people, this is a joyous occasion. Currently, I just went from Mount Everest to Death Valley in a matter of a few seconds, and was able to zoom in to extremely good graphics. Then I cross the Pacific, and zoom in to the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, which is so conveniently located a mouse click away. Then I check out an earthquake there on 6/12/1996 with a magnitude of 4.20000000000000017764.

After tooling around a bit I click on the "San Marino Roads" layer and fly over to San Marino for a visit. The place is filled with little red dots symbolizing earthquakes. I also spot an volcano near Rome, it says its status and type.

Then I move along to the Chicago River. Chicago is filled with intricate 3D buildings, plus coffee shops galore, complete with telephone number. When I arrived I saw a golf club named Metro Golf at the Illinois Center, I click and your can either Search Google, and get directions to here or from here.

Also you can switch on layers showing links to veiw peoples photos or webcams, which you can submit.