Your next interview question: "what hz are you?" - ionospheric calculation across the fields...

For one : http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/12/north-korean-missile/

Another use of bigdata in ionospheric calculation:

Be kind to visit my hut on divine communication, a validation to brain waves, esp, and all the weird things!


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Comment by Chris on March 1, 2014 at 11:38am

You might come across this phenomena big data can provide on the web, fyi, The Supernova Sonata takes scientific data and turns it into music, with each note representing a Type Ia supernova, with pitch indicating the time it took to peak and fade, and volume the distance to the star. - See more at: http://www.iflscience.com/space/dance-hundred-thousand-asteroids#st...

Comment by Chris on December 5, 2013 at 10:36am

Another dimension Big Data might well realize in the future: Space and Time traveling. Inspiration from the movie Thor.

Nine realm alignment. This source states that, in chaos only one realm survive would open an access to travel among the worlds


 The author claims: This answer cannot be quantitatively answered because neither the suppositions of the canon Marvel Universe, nor the original epic myths are being fully supported or explained in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

What I mean by quantitatively answered is using a method of direction or distance that would satisfy a human scientist.

The Nine Realms are portrayed in a nebulous fashion INTENTIONALLY, to prevent questions such as "where is Asgard, and can I fly my spaceship to it?"

Comment by Chris on September 4, 2013 at 12:22pm

Face-to-face with the researchers exploring the properties of the Higgs boson, as part of the European Researchers’ Night activities, Thursday 29 August      http://communications.web.cern.ch/cern-tweetup


Comment by Chris on August 26, 2013 at 10:28am

One application realistic and effective:Wine and Cheese and Defensive Offensive use of Data


 On 8/23/13 2:36 PM, Tuan yang wrote: > -------------------- > Dear Chris, > > Microsoft Gold Partner, NetCom Learning would like to invite you to our Wine and Cheese networking event! Please join us for a presentation on The Best Defense is a Good Offense: The 21ST Century Cyber Mindset with special guest speaker John Hackmeyer. You’ll also have an opportunity to interact with the many professionals attending. > > This event will be held at NetCom Learning Arlington, VA location on Thursday, August 29, 2013 from 4pm to 6pm EST.  We will be offering complimentary wine & cheese. > > There is no cover charge for this event, but we do ask you to please RSVP at the following link: https://www.netcomlearning.com/webinars/123321/Wine-and-Cheese--CIS... > > We hope you have a good time and perhaps you’ll be interested in becoming an IT instructor and/or speaker at our future webinars and events. > > See you there! > Yang

Comment by Chris on August 26, 2013 at 10:22am

First, the definition of Big Data:

the 4 Vs that characterize big data:

  • Volume –  the vast amounts of data generated every second
  • Velocity –   the speed at which new data is generated and moves around (credit card fraud detection is a good example where millions of transactions are checked for unusual patterns in almost real time)
  • Variety –   the increasingly different types of data (from financial data to social media feeds, from photos to sensor data, from video capture to voice recordings)
  • Veracity –    data integrity - or not (Twitter posts with hash tags abbreviations, typos and colloquial speech)

Second,  the application of big data in unusual settings

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