It is a computer and it currently holds the first place on the TOP500 list. It is Japanese. It is three times faster than the second fastest one in the World. The appearance? I am lost for words. How can something, anything; a machine even begin to look like that? The symmetry, the roof, the… Continue reading Fugaku

Where Are We?

The United Arab Emirates’ Hope mission has returned its first picture of Mars. The spacecraft Hope (Arabic: الأمل‎, Al-Amal). On the day the UAE Hope probe took its first image, the Chinese Tianwen-1 orbiter arrived at Mars. A black-and-white picture of Mars taken by Tianwen-1, the first snapshot from the Chinese craft. China’s Tianwen-1 Mars… Continue reading Where Are We?

Why Can’t You Write An OS Working In Parallel?

– It is because of the multi-core processors. The machines doesn’t work that way and you know this… every bit counts. – Why can’t we network it? The speed is there and it has been for quite some while. + Gbit Ethernets, that is as fast or faster than the discs? – You need power… Continue reading Why Can’t You Write An OS Working In Parallel?

And It Is A Friday

I know… the absolute worst case scenario, whilst performing an upgrade/change. – We thought about everything? (Hopefully…). – Are we ready to commit this upgrade? – Yes. – Months of planning and testing. Someone (you) need to press “Enter” at some point. Push the upgrade onto the farm; system-wide upgrade on 10000:s opon 1000:s of… Continue reading And It Is A Friday

It Is Time

20 years? It took me a time to actually sign up… so I guess my: Joined on February 25, 2006 is somewhat of a late starter? The aim was and has always have been the same to keep track of the collection, no actually it is the love for the music, formats, details and the… Continue reading It Is Time

See For Yourself

Light (photons) beams travel in straight lines. Please see: Continuous Stream.

Categorised as Science


Have you heard of Sistema-B? Well, Sistema-M is different thing altogether. Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken on February 14, 1990, by the Voyager 1 space probe from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometres (3.7 billion miles, 40.5 AU), as part of that day’s Family Portrait series of images… Continue reading Sistema-S