Posts by cykodennis

1) (Message 2055)
Posted 18 Nov 2013 by cykodennis
Check this novel out:

It contains impressive ideas about how asteroids could be used.
2) (Message 2051)
Posted 17 Nov 2013 by cykodennis
*once again sad*
3) (Message 1586)
Posted 26 Aug 2013 by cykodennis
Thank you very much for your kind reply.

I appreciate your explanations (when demanded) very much, in fact they are one of the reasons why I support this project.
4) (Message 1584)
Posted 26 Aug 2013 by cykodennis
Maybe i expressed myself unclear - sorry.
I would really like to know why the NASA lacks knowledge (spin&shape of asteroids) when we could deliver it.
AFAIK are we able to calculate the relevant parameters using the lightcurve inversion method - as long as there was a sufficient number of lightcurves observed. To be honest, i think thats the whole purpose of the project?

Because i know that many unnecessary work (everywhere) is done because of the lack of contact, communication and cooperation, i would like following to know:
Are there any reasons why it shouldn't be a good idea to contact the NASA staff and tell them about A@H?
Wouldn't it be a good idea when such a contact would be initiated by a qualified person?

Or is the lightcurve inversion method not accurate enough? Is it to ineffective?

Would Mr. Durech be so kind to explain that to me? That would be very nice.
5) (Message 1541)
Posted 20 Aug 2013 by cykodennis
Eeerm... kocham polske!
6) (Message 1530)
Posted 19 Aug 2013 by cykodennis
Maybe you look for something like this:
7) (Message 1529)
Posted 19 Aug 2013 by cykodennis
Erm...sounds conclusive, but shouldn't Kyong have noticed anything?
Because he is not only the Admin of the project, he is also member of CNT.
I'm sure he has already checked out?
8) (Message 1521)
Posted 19 Aug 2013 by cykodennis
This could be important for A@H

I've read in a german newspaper that only 14 objects have fitting trajectories for the announced mission to redirect an asteroid.
But there seems to be still a lack of knowledge about spin and shape of ten of these objects.

Especially a slow spin would be important for a fitting target, because a faster spin could crash the robot.
I've asked myself:

- Are these informations (spin&shape of asteroids) not especially products of A@H's research?
- couldn't we provide NASA with the demanded informations (i think 10 asteroids are ~ 3000 WUs)?
- wouldn't it be good to contact these NASA guys? (these seem to be the qualified contacts, especially Paul Chodas

If A@H could make contact and, maybe, an agreement, this could result in a huge boost for the project.

Am I wrong?
9) (Message 1416)
Posted 29 Jul 2013 by cykodennis
In a nutshell they are for organizing distributed computing.

F.e. each WU is at least crunched by two hosts. When Host A finishes his WU within two weeks but Host B needs six months, credit for Host A would be pending until Host B has finished its work.

Deadlines simply make sure that the work will be done. Compare it with a factory.
And of course, sometimes the scientists need to get their numbers in time too.

If you miss a deadline, you'll be able to finish the WU, but you won't get any credit for it. That's because the project server guesses your WU is lost and send it already to another host.
10) (Message 1414)
Posted 28 Jul 2013 by cykodennis
You just start?
Well, maybe you reach the point of answer. Hint: It has something to do with patience.
And the lack of it.

There are simply to many people on this planet who call truth "venom" or something like that. And they act like that.
You wouldn't believe it: There are even people who produce nuclear waste just for collecting points, erm...waiting for E.T. to contact them.

Don't take it personally. You are just an example. You have even left your role of the deeply insulted victim.
I have a deep feeling for another truth (you would call it venom):
If ever any aliens contact us, they will search for people like dagorath. Not you. Sorry.

11) (Message 1396)
Posted 23 Jul 2013 by cykodennis
WB Dago.

Glad that they let you out.
12) (Message 1314)
Posted 29 May 2013 by cykodennis
"[AF] zerizno" catched you.

Come on phobia.
13) (Message 1305)
Posted 25 May 2013 by cykodennis
Reisende soll man nicht aufhalten.
Und Tschüss!
14) (Message 1304)
Posted 25 May 2013 by cykodennis

how many WUs does it take to get to the list ? :)

Looks like, it's completely random. *frustrated*
15) (Message 1181)
Posted 29 Apr 2013 by cykodennis
It is always the same team, where this kind of talking comes from.
16) (Message 1018)
Posted 30 Mar 2013 by cykodennis
Not even one "cykodennis"...
17) (Message 900)
Posted 19 Feb 2013 by cykodennis
My idea was related to the sound of his name.
In Germany his name is "Dagobert". Sounds a little like your brother :)
18) (Message 896)
Posted 19 Feb 2013 by cykodennis
I have no idea what its roots are, just a name.

I have an idea...
19) (Message 895)
Posted 19 Feb 2013 by cykodennis
I guess you reach the same goal by correcting the orbits of all threating asteroids.
In most cases, you won't even need explosives. Throw white paint on em and the sun will alter their orbits.

Don't forget that space is huge. I mean..damn, huge! We don't need to destroy them, we just need to know them.
20) (Message 890)
Posted 18 Feb 2013 by cykodennis
Thanks, it has its roots in Wintermute, Marx and Infected Mushroom.

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