|Digital Systems and Computer
||A course on Digital Systems and
|Ultra-low-cost RCL Meter to measure
resistance, capacitance, inductance
||How to make a full-blown RCL meter from
an Arduino without any additional hardware.
|Science in the times of Covid; An
||This presentation is based on our paper
in Research Review, and shows how the Scientific Method
-- the basis for science -- was cancelled during the
Covid19 pandemic. In fact, the simplest model (by
Occam's razor preferred) that Covid19 was a normal
corona flu-virus, was never debunked and thus still the
correct scientific hypothesis.
|Human rights, the economy, the
environment and the Covid-19 governmental actions
||Why the cancellation of democracy and the
abolition of Human Rights is not justified by the
|Effects of the Covid-19 Measures on the
Economy and the Environment (Atmosphere)
||The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and
governmental countermeasures are described in this work
by putting it in the framework of the Energy Theory of
Value. It is found that the downturn in economy is not
accompanied by an equal downturn in energy consumption
nor of carbon emissions. Moreover, not even the
empirical fifth-power law linking the former two is any
longer sustained, more so proving the state of
virtualization of our economy (disconnecting it from a
physical reality). It is also found that the reduction
of carbon emissions had no impact on the dynamics of
carbon in the atmosphere, which goes on business as
usual. All these results undermine the planned policies
of the world agenda.
|Fake stereo effect
||How to turn mono sound into something
stereo. By adding delay between the channels.
If you take mono sound (L and R equal), but add a small delay in one side, the sound gets a stereo effect. Here I added 8 ms to the R channel after 10 s. And then 8 steps of 2 ms at the L channel after 20 s, so to swap the stereo effect. And then at the end swap back, but slower.
Sound edited with Audacity.
Excerpt from "Travel Ban" of my album "Bring 'M On" available at SoundCloud
|Using random data to make people believe
||How humans see patterns in random data
and how this can be used to program people into
believing things. An example is the song of Lady Gaga,
Paparazzi, that, when played backwards (thus random),
seems o contain a hidden message. Once you see or hear
the pattern, you can no longer unsee it. All new data
will then be confirmation of the pattern.
|Vice. Commodore C=64 emulator on Linux
||How to install the VICE Commodore C=64
emulator on Linux and have the tape, disk and cartridges
running. Have your program "Hello world!" running in
NB: The C=64 ROM/kernal can be found in
(the file vice-1.5-roms.tar.gz, unpack and put in your home directory in a subdirectory named .vice)
|GeoGebra example||An example how to work with GeoGebra|
|Chemical reaction of baking soda and vinegar||The chemical reaction of baking soda and vinegar explained with stick-and-balls models.|
||Ad Astra (music video)
|Funny Joe Biden Numbers
||Joe, how much was that again ... ?
|"I Feel Love" on Korg Volca Bass
||Making music with a printer:
Arduino + Stepper Motor Driver + Printer = Music