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.“Minds is an open source social networking platform that rewards you for your contributions, so, basically you earn tokens for your activity and you can use those tokens to boost your content, get more exposure, and also as a crowdfunding tool.”

.Think Open Source

.“We are a community-owned social network dedicated to transparency, privacy and rewarding people for their contributions. We are called Minds because it’s meant to be a representation of the network itself,” he said. “Our mission is Internet freedom with privacy, transparency, free speech within the law and user control. Additionally, we want to provide our users with revenue opportunity and the ability to truly expand their reach and earn rewards for their contributions to the network.”

“We have a huge community of artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers – it’s not really all political stuff – it’s actually mostly not, but obviously people love to cover politics and the news and that’s a big audience we have,” Ottman said. “We also have a fair amount of people from the progressive side who want an interesting place where rational people on the left and right actually are able to have a mature conversations about various issues and support free speech.”. -> Bill Ottman CEO Minds.com

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www.minds.com/newsfeed/833430889458348032

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.“We started Minds in my basement after being disillusioned by user abuse on Facebook and other big tech services. We saw spying, data mining, algorithm manipulation, and no revenue sharing,” he said. “To us, it’s inevitable that an open source social network becomes dominant, as was the case with Wikipedia and proprietary encyclopedias.”

His efforts have paid off. The team now has over 1 million registered users and over 105,000 monthly active users. They are working on a number of initiatives, including an ICO, and the site makes money through “boosting” – essentially the ability to pay to have a piece of content float higher in the feed.

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https://www.minds.com/register?referrer=MrAnderson51

References :

https://www.thelibertyconservative.com/minds-founder-of-new-pro-free-speech-social-network-speaks-out/

https://www.thelibertyconservative.com/author/mark-ivanyo/

.https://tcrn.ch/2HGw3AH

https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/16/minds-aims-to-decentralize-the-social-network/

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The Oh-My-God particle was an ultra-high-energy cosmic ray detected on the evening of 15 October 1991 over Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, by the University of Utah‘s Fly’s Eye Cosmic Ray Detector.

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Its observation was a shock to astrophysicists (hence the name), who estimated its energy to be approximately 3×1020 eV or 3×108 TeV. This is 20,000,000 times more energetic than the highest energy measured in electromagnetic radiation emitted by an extragalactic object[3] and 1020 (100 quintillion) times the photon energy of visible light. The particle had a kinetic energy of 48 joules, equivalent to a 142 g (5 oz) baseball travelling at about 26 m/s (94 km/h; 58 mph).

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.Well that is…… Let’s see……ten to the twentieth power times three. Ah… 100 quintillion..!!

.The energy of this particle is some 40,000,000 times that of the highest energy protons that have been produced in any terrestrial particle accelerator.

Want more math… LOL. Here we go. For the Oh-My-God particle, this gives 7.5×1014 eV, roughly 60 times the collision energy of the Large Hadron Collider.

.For decades, physicists have sought the sources of the most energetic subatomic particles in the universe—cosmic rays that strike the atmosphere with as much energy as well-thrown baseballs. Now, a team working with the Telescope Array, a collection of 507 particle detectors covering 700 square kilometers of desert in Utah, has observed a broad “hotspot” in the sky in which such cosmic rays seem to originate. Although not definitive, the observation suggests the cosmic rays emanate from a distinct source near our galaxy and not from sources spread all over the universe.

.What did they find? “A Hot Spot”. If you want some serious reading, check out this link for more information. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2014/07/physicists-spot-potential-source-oh-my-god-particles

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh-My-God_particle?wprov=sfti1

And now…. They are going to make it bigger….

.Japan will spend $3.7 million to nearly quadruple the size of the Telescope Array (TA), which currently consists of 507 particle detectors spread across 700 square kilometers of Utah desert. The detectors sense the avalanche of particles, or what physicists call an “extensive air shower,” triggered when a ray hits the atmosphere. Physicists will deploy 400 more loosely spaced detectors to stretch TA’s area to about 2500 square kilometers—twice the area of New York City—says Yoshiki Tsunesada, a physicist and TA team member at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. From the size and direction of an air shower, physicists can deduce the energy and direction of the original ray. Researchers hope to complete the expansion in 2017. Japan paid two-thirds of the current array’s $25 million cost.

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References :

http://www.cosmic-ray.org/reading/flyseye.html#SEC10

https://www.quantamagazine.org/ultrahigh-energy-cosmic-rays-traced-to-hotspot-20150514

^“Physicists spot potential source of ‘Oh-My-God’ particles”. sciencemag.org.

http://www.telescopearray.org/

www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/05/japan-enlarge-massive-cosmic-ray-array-utah