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2:46 PM
"what about try before buy?" ... "It is a thermonuclear warhead" ... "Well, then maybe outside?"
 
@PlasmaHH . . or underground.
Project Rulison, named after the rural community of Rulison, Colorado, was an underground 40-kiloton nuclear test project in the United States on September 10, 1969, about 13 kilometres (8 mi) SE of the town of Grand Valley, Colorado (now named Parachute, Colorado) in Garfield County. The location of "Surface Ground Zero" is 39°24′19.0″N 107°56′54.7″W. The depth of the test cavity was approximately 8,400 feet below the ground surface. It was part of the Operation Mandrel weapons test series under the name Mandrel Rulison, as well as the Operation Plowshare project which explored peaceful ...
That was a scary day here.
 
 
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4:06 PM
OK, weird. I am using an android tablet. Sometimes I read space exploration exchange. Thinking I would view their Meta, I typed meta.space in the browser address bar. Screen shows a small program listing and SOE output data running. And did not show search results. Using google browser or Brave browser.
 
SOE = Search Optimization Engine?
Anybody here know USB3 well?
 
Not sure. Trying to take a screen shot right now
 
@Marla Same thing appears in Chrome on Windows.
Maybe test code for mouse tracking?
 
I don't know. But quite the surprising mistake discovery
No mouse on tablet
 
@Marla Well, "pointer input device" then.
If you move your finger around on the screen, do the numbers change?
 
4:20 PM
Yes, and the little circle moves with finger
That is actually helpful to see. Now I know why there is such a lag when using the "pointer"
 
4:33 PM
Looks like meta.space is a webserver in ireland.
 
4:55 PM
@Marla I think space is a tld
 
TLD ?
 
Top level domain
 
Such as .space, then below that are .com, .gov, .de. ?
 
5:17 PM
Foobar.gov foobar.de foobar.gov foibar.com fiibar.space foobar.info foobar.probably1000otheralternatives
Some in local scripts like Chinese
Even the Wikipedia list seems incomplete
 
 
3 hours later…
8:28 PM
Is there a decoder ring to match up package sizes like SOD-323 is the same as SC-76?
 
8:51 PM
Doesn't Wikipedia have a list?
 
9:10 PM
@PlasmaHH Not a very comprehensive one, as far as I found.
 
Time to do research and edit that list ;)
 

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