Re: low-MHz server
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On 02/05/08 08:57, Douglas A. Tutty wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 05, 2008 at 07:26:47AM -0600, Ron Johnson wrote:
>> On 02/04/08 23:03, Douglas A. Tutty wrote:
>>> Sure. We don't have florescents, nor even halogens. Plain ordinary
>>> (soon to be discontinued) incandescant. Analog radio is fine (IIRC,
>>> intermediate frequency of 155 MHz).
>> Visible light is 100,000GHz and infrared is 10,000GHz. Ultraviolet
>> is even higher. How does she survive?
> Well, humans have their own half-decent sheilding for that. The skin
> prevents UV damage to the nervous system beneath it, it also turns
> infrared into heat which is cooled by the blood. The skull shields the
> brain from most of this stuff and sunglasses when outside take care of
> the rest.
Hey, I know!!!! Shave her head and wrap her whole body in "Faraday
But seriously, Faraday cages shielding the computers are where your
energies should be focused.
> OK, so my ancient box only has to be functional until we have
> holographic computers with isolinear chips and data is stored in
> Seriously, I don't know what the upper limit on the range of troubling
> frequencies are. It is higher than that found in consumer electronics
> right now.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
PETA - People Eating Tasty Animals
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