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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Werewolf on Sun Feb 01, 2015 8:52 am

    collegeboy16 wrote:
    Werewolf wrote:
    sepheronx wrote:Well, their fault for not backing up data.  Let this be a warning to them.

    Well i think it is quite a challange to make digital copies of millions of books, not counting that they maybe need to ask for some more recent books if they are allowed to do so, idk, but it is a tragedy, since lot of history can be lost in that way.
    well, we have the technology, theres like a robot that flips a book on its own and photographs it- its quite fast! then some software just "flattens" the page images and voila! instant ebook. only problem is with old moldy tomes, those may require a bit more delicacy in handling but they are few in between anyway.

    I wasn't speaking formely of technologies, i was speaking that you need permition of quite alot of books to even make a copy, now try to find out or request by the author or the publisher to make a copy for your library and than wait for weeks maybe months untill they answer your request or even try to make money with that and add this work to over one dozen million books, not to mention the libraries resources are limited and they also don't have thousands of employees working there, this is far from simple.
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  sepheronx on Sun Feb 01, 2015 4:45 pm

    An underground vault would have been good for all books which were not translated. Whoever responsible for this needs to be in prison for neglegence. Anyway, too late, let this be a lesson to them. People do not seem to learn till there is a disaster. And this isnt first time. Grand Library of Alexandria?
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  flamming_python on Sun Feb 01, 2015 7:40 pm

    OMG no.. Shocked

    If I had my way I'd restart the Great Terror over this BS, on the staff of that library.

    Making digital copies need not be such a large priority. Nothing can replace the originals anyway, digital copies can be forged right down to the last detail. Real copies - never.

    What should be a priority is building modern storage facilities, with seperate compartments, fire-resistant materials, advanced automated fire extinguishment systems including depressurisation of compartments; fire can't burn in a vacuum or anywhere near it.
    I can understand why this wasn't a priority before. Nothing ever gets done or fixed in Russia before people die over it, priceless relics are destroyed, etc...

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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Firebird on Sun Feb 01, 2015 8:12 pm

    Well hopefully the problems with the library are exaggerated. And that the originals appear again soon. Who knows, maybe after a big insurance claim. ANd that the press coverage is all a plea for modernisation funding, rather than a reflection of a giant disaster.

    This reminds me of when Stalin decided to start selling stuff off from the Hermitage. Thankfully he saw sense before selling off the Scythian gold and stuff.

    Water damage is often very reparable. Obviously fire is more difficult. Hopefully, later on it will emerge that what was left wasn't irreplaceable or priceless..
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Werewolf on Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:05 pm

    I can understand why this wasn't a priority before. Nothing ever gets done or fixed in Russia before people die over it, priceless relics are destroyed, etc...

    Don't make it exceptional for russia, that is common and definitely more common for other countries than for russia.
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Regular on Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:19 pm

    [quote="Werewolf"]
    I can understand why this wasn't a priority before. Nothing ever gets done or fixed in Russia before people die over it, priceless relics are destroyed, etc...

    Ofcourse it's not just Russia, but they should be better than that.
    Russia needs to be more strict and have independent bodies. There is still plenty of bezpridel.
    But anyways no major life loss so meh. Their fault for not archiving them properly.
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  GarryB on Tue Feb 03, 2015 3:32 am

    A fire in an archive of valuable documents... fire and water damage...

    Reminds me of a situation here in NZ where the department of conservation had collected up a whole lot of snails of an endangered type and they were going to move them to an island where they would be safe from predators... there were over 200 snails and someone turned off the freezers they were keeping them in and they all died.

    Centralisation has its good points and its bad points...
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    Blaze devastates Russian academic library

    Post  AlfaT8 on Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:36 pm

    UPDATE:
    Books restoration after Moscow science library fire may take 150 years — official

    MOSCOW, February 18. /TASS/. The restoration of books damaged by fire at the Moscow-based Institute for Information on Social Sciences could require up to 150 years, the head of the Federal Agency of Scientific Organizations said on Wednesday.

    "If we use the current technologies, it will take us 154 years", Mikhail Kotyukov said.

    Fire engulfing the unique library in southwest Moscow on January 30 raged for 25 hours. Vladimir Fortov, president of the Russian Academy of Sciences, described the fire as "a cultural Chernobyl", referring to the 1986 nuclear power plant catastrophe in Ukraine.

    The library founded in 1918 lost more than 2.3 million books, or 15% of its collection.

    The library’s depository had 10 million items, including some rare publications dating back to the 16th century alongside collections of documents of the United Nations, the League of Nations, US Congress reports beginning with 1789 and the British parliament from 1803. It also housed more than 450,000 monographs.

    http://tass.ru/en/russia/778509

    A true national/international tragedy, not sure if it's on the level of Alexandria though.
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    Post  George1 on Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:23 pm

    Russian Scientists Create Unique Laser for Cutting Bones, Bio Tissue

    Scientists at Russia's Tomsk State University (TSU) created a unique surgical laser designed to cut bones and biological tissue.

    The device produces no charring of tissue. According to the TSU staff, this makes the laser stand out.

    TSU scientists tried various wavelengths to find the optimal solution. "We had to find the wavelength perfect for working with living tissue," Anatoly Soldatov, who heads TSU's Department of Innovative Technologies, told Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

    The innovative technology, which has no equal in the world, could be used in neurosurgery, oncology, implants and other spheres.

    The strontium vapor laser is currently undergoing clinical trials in Moscow, according to the newspaper.

    Scientists said they were ready to release a limited number of the lasers in the near future. They hope mass production of the unique system would be launched soon.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/science/20150317/1019614459.html#ixzz3UgEfZhdJ
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 25, 2015 1:46 pm

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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Viktor on Fri Apr 17, 2015 1:28 pm

    Nice thumbsup


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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Cyberspec on Fri May 22, 2015 2:59 am

    Russian scientists drop new neutrino telescope into Lake Baikal
    http://rt.com/news/260069-russia-baikal-neutrino-telescope/

    More detailed report:

    The first cluster of Baikal-GVD, a deep underwater neutrino telescope on the cubic kilometer scale, has started operation in Lake Baikal
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  PapaDragon on Tue Aug 18, 2015 7:14 pm

    According to GoogleDoodle it's 170th anniversary of Russian Geographical Society. Congratulations!!! russia





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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  PapaDragon on Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:29 pm


    ''Russian Lab All Set to Clone Long-Extinct Mammals''

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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Vann7 on Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:17 am

    Russia have a lot of thieves of technology and talent.. in Russia ,hidden under
    label of a "organizations to promote Cooperation between US and Russia".


    Here is one inviting Russian talent to visit USA to a conference..

    http://marchmontnews.com/Finance-Business/Innovation/21388-Nano--Giga-invites-Minnesota-boost-US-Russia-collaboration.html


    they use a Russian traitor.. a 5th column ,who moved to USA to lure away more Russian talent to America..and now helping US and not his Country of Origin  in Science there.
    US congress also fund scientific projects in Russian Universities  "to promote Science" , that basically they put the money and finance any project research and Russian students give them back the knowledge for free to help boost their own technology industry..  IF they are so interested in "promote science" why they dont go fund projects in Africa?  or third world nations?

    For sure because there will be nothing to steal from them.. no much knowledge to gain..
    Russia needs to shut down all that "Science Cooperation " crap and say if there is Cold war..
    then No science cooperation for Americans. nothing. No free knowledge for them..  shut down any Recruiter terrorist of talent.. this is offensive and dis respective. .  So Russia needs to make it very difficult if not impossible any more recruiting of their scientific talent.

    American Government does not allow their best scientist to work for anyone else or best
    potential scientist..they cannot share their scientific knowledge to any other nation ,that will be treason.. why would Russia allow Americans to do what they block in their country?

    AFter all Obama told Russia is a Gas station ,why the hell then go to Russia to recruit
    scientific talent?  This is how you create the world most developed nation in the world ...with
    a massive program of stealing talent in the world best schools and steal the best potential students to work for their side..   This is why you dont see much competition in the world..or zero.. to companies like Intel or Amd in east.. or US IT industry.. because they steal a lot of good potential talent from Abroad. Not only Russia is victim of this Scientific Thievery ,but India and China too..


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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  kvs on Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:34 am

    All those Russians who can be worked over this way should bugger on off since they are nothing more than malcontents to
    start with. Russia does not need a layer of bitter idiots who resent not breathing the fresh air of American freedom (TM).
    The best medicine for them is to get educated by reality.
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  sepheronx on Tue Sep 01, 2015 5:04 am

    Agreed with KVS. As long as there are benefits to be an engineer or scientist in Russia (accomodations, money, work, other benefits) the good ones will stay. Issue with Russia is that they dont pay for universitu thus huge portion of the population is well educated. And because of that, there are a lot of specialists with probably not enough jobs. As well, many act bitter and stupid for unknown reasons, and think the grass is greener on the other side. Recently I saw an article on various Russians moving to US, sillicon valley, to do their startup (they could easily do it in Russia but have this odd vision they can do it better out west. But the jokes on them. The US market is heavily over saturated and zerohedge mentions of the growing tech bubbles. So many of these Russian techies will eventually end up jobless and wanting to go cry back home (I dont think they should be welcomed with open arms).

    All the while, Russian it field grows and now, growing demands due to sanctions. Mail.ru, Yandex, 1C and others have made a fortune in Russia. Even VK, whom previous owner fled the country when he made real stupid remarks that ended up losing tons of money in the stock market, so Russian gov investigated him, and he left the country crying how he was being poorly treated. Even though he was a millionair thanks to Russia and Russians using his software.

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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  Vann7 on Tue Sep 01, 2015 5:45 am

    kvs wrote:All those Russians who can be worked over this way should bugger on off since they are nothing more than malcontents to
    start with.   Russia does not need a layer of bitter idiots who resent not breathing the fresh air of American freedom (TM).
    The best medicine for them is to get educated by reality.


    There is something else that i will like to call it.. Scientific terrorism.. When
    western scientist publish materials in magazines about "success" of some research
    and experiments that not true.. to keep away your enemies of the real science discoveries..

    I never see a major report of this.. i just imagined it was happening.. and effectively not
    long ago found people commenting about Scientific terrorism.. that consist on intentionally
    misleading in Public  ,the scientific community about new discoveries in science.. the purpose
    is to delay the investigation of others nations in same subject by confusing them.. And only
    a selective group of scientist which the Government hand pick ,really knows the truth about
    the latest discoveries in science.

    I even have heard the terms.. " American scientist magazine mafia" that is more similar to western media than science.. that keep releasing reports to mislead the scientific community
    that do not work on their side.  What all this means.. is that all so called "Theories" and Nobel Price Winners.. you need to be skeptic always and test thing by yourself. See to believe.. because any new US scientist "theory" could be just misinformation to delay the programs of other scientist working on the same subject. This other Scientific terrorism happens when the cure of cancer or aids discovered..and not released because is not profitable for major international pharmaceuticals that makes $billions selling medicine that alleviate the pain.

    This is why being a Scientist or Engineer in Russia is much more attractive ,than in any part in the west.. You know you will be working with science and only science and not politics. Russia is an independent country and no one can tell them ,how much scientific knowledge they are allowed to have..  as they have been trying to block IRAN from learning of nuclear energy and developing its nation ..and for the only reason they could continue researching on that is thanks to Russia. Also more attractive Engineering and science in Russia because they have their own Capabilities to investigate things with their own research. In the case of IT and Computers Sciences even better.. because you work with Virgin technology ,that no one have touched their hands..  And its secure to use..Is a low keep secret that US processors ,computers ,Microsoft OS ,smartphones and many things connected to IT technology have malicious spy hardware inside..  There are reports of even generic Cable converters tv boxes,,with spy cameras inside.. Shocked

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED5-iMVhDQc

    US Government is a total complete paranoid on spying on everyone..
    not only their citizens but the entire world...For stealing information that they can use later for
    questionable business practices or against you. But also spy on competition technology.. So every single popular electronic device or popular computer software ,smart phones ,Intel/Amd processors ,Home entertainment systems.. xbox.. etc.. all that technology from US or from their allies puppets colonies ,one way or other could have malicious spy hardware or software ,designed by US government . that have nothing to do with the product you purchased and its only intention is there is to be used against you. To steal your credit card data or your personal identity or your technology research etc.  

    This is why i really think Russia will make $Trillions in profits and take the whole IT industry by storm ,if they ever design their own but secure Internet ,with world wide coverage..their own COmputers.. Microsoft/NSA free.. that are really competitive with western designed computers and IT hardware..etc.. And this is why will be far more interesting for any scientist to work in Russia ,than in America.. because you are not developing science and technology to help a sociopath Criminal Government , to help them continue its technological influence in the world. and instead a Government that promote respect between nations and everyone being equal.

    i also have heard about the so called Einstein theory of relativity to be a complete lie ,
    including the stories of how it was "Validated" but i dont know about this.. all i know
    is that Scientific Disinformation is real , and its purpose is to delay the progress or advance of others nations in x or y research.. so they get the information first.

    Scientific Terrorism is real , and it is not done for Science.. but for politics or for delaying the investigations of other nations in the same subject or sometimes just for much bigger profits. like the Epson printers scandal. that were caught their ink cartridges to have malicious hardware inside ,designed by Epson ,that will not let you print more and tell you the cartridge is empty ,so you buy more ink from them..   Shocked

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LigFCow_ko

    I also heard from Russians  that apparently American IT companies ,that Russia hire at times
    to help their Business with Computers and in creating networks,, that their technicians goes and
    sabotage the servers ,to later charge more for their work.. So the same people that is supposed to help , break things only to charge you much more..for the final service.

    Is a complete corrupt nation from top to button.. and  DC Goverment encourage such practices with their own example. Business practices are all to make more profits and not a better service. And this is what Makes Russia really attractive in developing its own industrial revolution and replace all or most western made technology.. You will see real technology development to serve people and not technology to help maintain a corrupt government its control over society or help companies to keep increasing their profits at your expense.

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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  victor1985 on Thu Sep 03, 2015 10:11 am

    [quote="sepheronx"]Agreed with KVS. As long as there are benefits to be an engineer or scientist in Russia (accomodations, money, work, other benefits) the good ones will stay. Issue with Russia is that they dont pay for universitu thus huge portion of the population is well educated. And because of that, there are a lot of specialists with probably not enough jobs. As well, many act bitter and stupid for unknown reasons, and think the grass is greener on the other side.  Recently I saw an article on various Russians moving to US, sillicon valley, to do their startup (they could easily do it in Russia but have this odd vision they can do it better out west. But the jokes on them. The US market is heavily over saturated and zerohedge mentions of the growing tech bubbles. So many of these Russian techies will eventually end up jobless and wanting to go cry back home (I dont think they should be welcomed with open arms).

    All the while, Russian it field grows and now, growing demands due to sanctions. Mail.ru, Yandex, 1C and others have made a fortune in Russia. Even VK, whom previous owner fled the country when he made real stupid remarks that ended up losing tons of money in the stock market, so Russian gov investigated him, and he left the country crying how he was being poorly treated. Even though he was a millionair thanks to Russia and Russians using his software.[/quote]
    i think is about the mirage of a rich life in west. but there is competition because a lot of people from around the world want to go to usa. so basically those russian engineers will stay poor if they arent really the best. also is another thing. they like that monkey being life style that they see in usa movies so they go to become a punk or whatever to have lot of fun.
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  George1 on Fri Sep 11, 2015 1:16 pm

    Russia Starts Building World’s Largest MBIR Fast Neutron Nuclear Reactor

    The construction of the world's most powerful MBIR multipurpose fast neutron research reactor officially started in the Russian city of Dimitrovgrad on Friday.

    DIMITROVGRAD (Sputnik) – The Russian State Scientific Center Research Institute of Atomic Reactors has given a site on its territory for the MBIR, which is expected to be put into operation by 2020.

    The MBIR will be the most powerful among all existing and planned research reactors in the world. The heat capacity of the new reactor, which will primarily use sodium as a coolant, will be about 150 megawatts.

    Unlike today's reactors, which slows down neutrons, the new reactor will allow them to run fast, producing much less waste and potentially breeding new fuel in the process.

    The unique characteristics of the MBIR will enable it to solve a wide range of research tasks in support of the creation of new, competitive and safe nuclear power plants, including fast neutron reactors that would close the nuclear fuel cycle.

    The reactor will be used in the production of radioisotopes for various purposes, and to carry out research for medical purposes.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/science/20150911/1026864956.html#ixzz3lQZmiWJR
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    Post  George1 on Mon Nov 02, 2015 1:59 pm

    Brazil and China interested in Russia's heavy ion collider project — minister

    The heavy ion collider project dubbed NICA is underway at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna

    MOSCOW, November 2. /TASS/. Brazil and China are showing "substantial interest" toward the heavy ion collider project NICA in Dubna in the Moscow Region, Russian Minister of Education and Science Dmitry Livanov told Rossiya 24 TV channel on Monday.

    "There is substantial interest to the project dubbed NICA underway at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. We are confident that both Chinese partners and partners from Brazil will become participants in this project," Livanov said.

    He added that BRICS countries implement projects "that can be interesting to our scientists," in particular, radio observatories in China and South Africa.

    "This is movement towards each other. We have many joint projects, potentially very interesting for all countries, and a great potential for broadening cooperation," the minister concluded.
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    Post  George1 on Fri Nov 06, 2015 12:10 pm

    Research vessel of Russian Navy heads for Antarctica — defense ministry

    During the expedition the experts will study sea areas and hydro-meteorological factors, will register changes of the sea bed to make corrections to navigation and international sea maps

    MOSCOW, November 6. /TASS/. For the first time in recent 30 years a Russian research vessel — The Admiral Vladimirsky — has left from north-western Krnostadt to the Antarctica, spokesman of the Defence Ministry on the Navy Igor Dygalo said on Friday.

    "Today, on November 6, 2015, the Navy’s research vessel The Admiral Vladimirsky has left Kronstadt for the Antarctica," he said. "During the expedition of 2015-2016, the vessel will cover the route of over 30,000 sea miles to return to Kronstadt in April of 2016."

    Chief Commander of the Russian Navy Viktor Chirkov said during the expedition the experts will study sea areas and hydro-meteorological factors, will register changes of the sea bed to make corrections to navigation and international sea maps.

    "They will take land, metrical and magnet shooting, meteorology, aerology, hydrology, hydro-chemical, hydro-optic and other surveys in sea areas neighbouring the Antarctica," the chief commander said.

    During the expedition, The Admiral Vladimirsky will cross the Atlantic, the Gibraltar and Suez Canal. Further on, crossing the southernmost latitude, it will reach the Indian Ocean along the Seychelles and Madagascar, will bypass the southern part of Africa and will approach the Antarctica.

    The expedition will stop at ports of Algeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Mozambique, the South African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Angola, Portugal, and will visit Madagascar.

    Deputy Head of the Defense Ministry’s Department of Navigation and Oceanography Oleg Osipov told TASS "the expedition will last for over five months, and its key scientific objective is to verify sear maps of three seas of the South Ocean — the Sea of Cosmonauts, the Sea of Lazarev and Commonwealth Sea, where Russia is responsible for hydrography."

    The Antarctic waters are divided into zones of responsibility of various countries, which are authorised by the international community to make hydrographic research there for navigation security reasons. Russia worked in its sector — the Sea of Cosmonauts, the Sea of Lazarev and Commonwealth Sea — to the 1980s.

    "At that time the proximity was 150-300 meters, while now the new technologies make it 10-30 meters," he said adding the verified maps would be by ten times more exact than the old ones. The work on the maps is due between January 9 and March 6, 2016.

    The expedition has four groups — hydrographic, hydrologic, hydro-meteorological and a radio navigation. The latter will study how radio waves are crossing the Antarctica. The expedition will feature 692 people, including crews of vessels and aircraft. The program unites 56 scientific projects from the near-Earth space to processes within the Earth.
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  George1 on Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:12 am

    Siberian scientists plan to clone extinct cave lions
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    Re: Russian Science: Discussion Thread

    Post  AlfaT8 on Wed Nov 18, 2015 7:01 pm

    George1 wrote:Siberian scientists plan to clone extinct cave lions

    I'm tired of these resurrection claims, call me when they actually succeed. Rolling Eyes

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