I exported the site and then removed it, and created a new ‘wildtechgarden.ca’ instance with my hosting company, unfortunately…
(Undergrad): Using an Accelerator Mass Spectrometer to achieve very high accuracy radiocarbon dating with small samples.
… that got me interested in the question, “How long before one reaches the break even point on the purchase of a residence compared to a lease?”
Linux LVM thin pools and volumes initially seem to be a great way maximize the use of hard drive space, but …
If my feed was showing me what ‘engaged’ me why did I get fed up and leave?
About the effort to unify, eliminate duplication, delete those older than my ‘data retention policy’, and organize the rest into yearly archives.
I went all in with Windows/MS365 and discovered why I love Linux. Take, for example, the ‘backup story’:
… was an interesting exercise as the original report was written in DocBook, but an older version (3.x; the SGML variant) than is readily available nowadays.
This is from about 2009, but apparently there are still occasionally people trying to find it.
Dating with accelerators uses the basic principles of radioactive dating and combines them with advanced isotope measurements to obtain very precise results from small samples. The principle measurement device is a modified mass spectrometer called an accelerator mass spectrometer (A.M.S.). This essay will cover the topics of radioactive dating, accelerator mass spectrometry, and how both of these work together to date materials.