Posts by Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan

1) Message boards : Projects : CPDN project offline again (Message 86178)
Posted 14 days ago by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Byron threw up a link to FAQ's, all that did was thoroughly confuse me.

I am sorry and I do sincerly apologize to you,
Byron.
2) Message boards : Projects : CPDN project offline again (Message 86172)
Posted 14 days ago by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
at the bottom of this web page.

Quick Links

BOINC User Pages
Donate to climateprediction.net
Log in to your account
Participant Message Boards
Technical FAQ
FAQ: Why are there no work units available?

https://www.climateprediction.net/

this link seems to work for me.
http://ithaqua.oerc.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/index.php
3) Message boards : Projects : CPDN project offline again (Message 86168)
Posted 14 days ago by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
No problems here. I was able to successfully log in and get to my account page, forums, etc.

same here i'm using web browser microwsoft Edge windons 10.
i just did a test post on message board and it worked.

edit : did you log in ?
4) Message boards : Projects : CPDN project offline again (Message 86152)
Posted 14 days ago by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Dose this Link work for anyone eslse?

http://ithaqua.oerc.ox.ac.uk/cpdnboinc/index.php
5) Message boards : Projects : CPDN project going offline this afternoon (Message 85825)
Posted 11 Apr 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
CPDN zip files are starting to successfully upload on my computer as of 11 Apr 2018, 15:29:55 UTC. Home web page still seems to be down.

[edit]

Oops ...

https://www.climateprediction.net/
climateprediction.net | The world's largest climate modelling ...
it's the BOINC home web page that still seems to be down.

[/edit]

the following - copy and paste - from: https://www.climateprediction.net/

<quote>
Unscheduled project downtime: a backend issue has come up that needs to be resolved. It will take some days unfortunately to resolve, there is a backup system that will be brought up in-place next week that will enable to the project to be brought back online again. Our apologies for this unscheduled downtime.
</quote>

CPDN zip files are starting to successfully upload on my computer as of 11 Apr 2018, 15:29:55 UTC.
6) Message boards : Projects : News on Project Outages (Message 85824)
Posted 11 Apr 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
CPDN zip files are starting to successfully upload on my computer as of 11 Apr 2018, 15:29:55 UTC. Home web page still seems to be down.

Oops ...

[edit]

https://www.climateprediction.net/
climateprediction.net | The world's largest climate modelling ...
it's the BOINC home web page that still seems to be down.

[/edit]

the following - copy and paste - from: https://www.climateprediction.net/

<quote>
Unscheduled project downtime: a backend issue has come up that needs to be resolved. It will take some days unfortunately to resolve, there is a backup system that will be brought up in-place next week that will enable to the project to be brought back online again. Our apologies for this unscheduled downtime.
</quote>

CPDN zip files are starting to successfully upload on my computer as of 11 Apr 2018, 15:29:55 UTC.
7) Message boards : Projects : CPDN project going offline this afternoon (Message 85823)
Posted 11 Apr 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
CPDN zip files are starting to successfully upload on my computer as of 11 Apr 2018, 15:29:55 UTC. Home web page still seems to be down.
8) Message boards : The Lounge : The Seti is Down Cafe (Message 85816)
Posted 10 Apr 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Yes.
9) Message boards : The Lounge : The Seti is Down Cafe (Message 85813)
Posted 10 Apr 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
sah just went down but I still think the world has ended and the sky has fallen.
10) Message boards : The Lounge : Old relics (Message 85259)
Posted 16 Mar 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Bernie was invited to consider accepting a mod-ship at s@h because he is a thoughtful, rational and kind person. Opinions he holds are nuanced. He makes decisions slowly and carefully. He is able to see issues from multiple vantage points and he thinks before he types.

thank you Angela for your post,
I wish we had more people in the world like Bernie and all the mods here and at sah,
there is soo much ... greed, cruelty, meanness, xenophobia in the world today ...
but I think I am just a looser ......... so what do i know?

the leader of the socialist party in my country Canada wrote the following:

My friends, love is better than anger,
Hope is better than fear,
Optimism is better than despair,
So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic,
And we’ll change the world.

Best Wishes to you all,
Byron.

also i like John Lenon song imagine ...

Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today... Aha-ah...

Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace... You...

You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you'll join us
And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world... You...

You may say I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you'll join us
And the world will live as one

... John Lenon

... maybe one day ............................... ????????????????

Best Wishes to you all,
Byron.
11) Message boards : The Lounge : Discussion thread for These are no longer with us, may they have peace (Message 85186)
Posted 14 Mar 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Stephen Hawking Dead: Famed Scientist Dies At 76

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/stephen-hawking-dead-obituary_us_55e9fa97e4b03784e275e7c1

oh no ... oh dear i am so sorry to hear this ... RIP
12) Message boards : The Lounge : BOINC Politics thread (Message 85183)
Posted 14 Mar 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
It's lovely to see you, Byron :)

Dear Anniet,
thank you so much,
so nice to see you too,
Best Wishes,
Byron.
13) Message boards : The Lounge : BOINC Politics thread (Message 85170)
Posted 13 Mar 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Good one Gary.
14) Message boards : The Lounge : BOINC Politics thread (Message 85164)
Posted 13 Mar 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Did anyone notice the replacement at CIA ran a torture prison?

torture is wrong.
can President Donald Trump bring back torture?

[edit] for spelling
15) Message boards : The Lounge : BOINC Politics thread (Message 85157)
Posted 13 Mar 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
what's next if President Donald Trump cancells NAFTA? President Donald Trump has allready hit Canada with heavy inport taxes on our lumber products, which they say will raise the averge cost of building a home in the us to approx $1500.00 American dollars, also Canada was warned by Donald Trump not to retaliate or else. some people have already been laid off in our local saw mills. I think the stats show that over all the USA sell 5 Billion us dollars more in goods and services to My country Canada then Canada sells to the USA? Our Prime Minister Trudeau tried to point this out to Trump but Trump would not listen? if donald trump cancells NAFTA will it hurt Canada (my Country) and Mexico. i don't maybe President Donald Trump is correct?

Nov 14, 2017 - In August, Donald Trump tweeted that Canada and Mexico were “being very difficult” in the negotiations. “May have to terminate?” It's a threat the President has repeated on multiple occasions, having at various times called NAFTA the “worst trade deal in the history of the world” and “the greatest disaster ...

[edit for spelling]
16) Message boards : The Lounge : The Seti is Down Cafe (Message 84432)
Posted 18 Jan 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Hello Jord, I hope you and Holly are felling better.
Best Wishes
byron
17) Message boards : The Lounge : Discussion thread for These are no longer with us, may they have peace (Message 84396)
Posted 15 Jan 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
RIP

:-(
18) Message boards : News : Client version 7.8.6 released for Mac (Message 84388)
Posted 15 Jan 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Thank you David.
19) Message boards : The Lounge : These are no longer with us, may they have peace. (Message 84387)
Posted 15 Jan 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
RIP
20) Message boards : The Lounge : Science and Technology in the News (Message 84343)
Posted 11 Jan 2018 by Profile Byron Leigh Hatch @ team Carl Sagan
Post:
Meltdown and Spectre Expose the Dark Side of Superfast Computers.
As CES gets into full swing in Las Vegas,
one of the researchers responsible for part of last week’s security bombshell weighs in on the possible consequences

Scientific American

www.Scientific American.com/

By Larry Greenemeier on 9 January , 2018

quote

Hundreds of gadget makers and software companies at this week’s annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas are staking the success of their newest products on the latest and greatest processors from Intel, AMD, ARM and others. But those bets are looking shaky, even by Sin City’s standards, after last week’s bombshell that many of those processors are plagued by serious security vulnerabilities known as Meltdown and Spectre.

Processors lend a degree of intelligence to just about any electronic device—including the thousands of automobiles, home appliances and gaming systems displayed at the exhibition. It is now clear that the insatiable need for faster processors has had a dark side, as chipmakers cut corners on security, exposing potentially billions of personal computers, mobile devices and other electronics to a new crop of digital attacks for years to come.

Every computer relies on a piece of software known as a kernel to, among other things, manage the interactions between end-user applications—spreadsheets, Web browsers, etcetera—and the underlying central processing unit and memory. The kernel starts and stops the other programs, enforces security settings and restricts access to a device’s memory and data resources. Not surprisingly, the kernel’s speed determines how fast the computer performs as a whole. Chipmakers protect the kernel by isolating it from other programs running on the computer, unless those programs are given specific permission—or “privilege”—to access the kernel.

/quote

ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)

Larry Greenemeier is the associate editor of technology for Scientific American, covering a variety of tech-related topics, including biotech, computers, military tech, nanotech and robots.
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