Category Archives : Communication

Cyber (Part Three)

Tweet According to Google, cyber is an adjective “relating to or characteristic of the culture of computers, information technology, and virtual reality,” while cybernetics is “the science of communications and automatic control systems in both machines and human beings.” In the previous two cyber columns, warfare was examined with the conclusion that it not only […]

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Cyber (Part One)

Tweet In the recent past, White Rock and parts of the Los Alamos National Laboratory lost electrical power for about six hours. The power loss was caused by a lightning strike that essentially destroyed a pole supporting power lines delivering electrical energy to the affected area, causing an array of circuit breakers in the Norton […]

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THE LIST OF 18

Tweet During the past 19 posts, each item in the List of 18 has been presented with, hopefully, enough background to better define each item and hint at the challenges in each area.  Before moving on, a summary of the list is useful for contemplating the interaction between each item in affecting the future of […]

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INFORMATION – Communication, Both Near and Long Distances and What Does It Really Mean, What Is Needed?

Tweet Simply put, communication is the transfer of data and information from the sender to the receiver.  The sender can be a human (or other living entity) or a machine (a non-living entity).  Likewise, the receiver can be a human, other living entity, or a machine.  But communication does not occur unless the data or […]

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