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"Window period" you don't necessarily Know

 You can't tell where you've been all your life; Where you've been for half a day, you can say forever. A few days ago, my friend Dachen invited us to jiuquan Satellite Launch Center to watch the satellite launch. The "base trip" was enough for us to reminisce for most of our lives. In the middle of winter in the desert, minus 20℃, thousands of people waiting in the open air playground, eagerly waiting for the launch window: at 23:44, the Long March 4C carrier rocket, quasi-second ignition, lift-off, lifting remote sensing 33 satellite and micro-nano technology test satellite successfully...... TV more than once watched the live broadcast of the satellite launch, but listen to 5-4-3-2-1, watching the fire, absolutely different shock. Another achievement is that, in the past, we often glimpsed the "window period" in media reports, but we chose to skip it. Only by observing the scene can we know the concept of the satellite launch window period: It is not

The weaponization of America's "soft power in science and technology" is potentially risky

 Since the outbreak of the Conflict between Russia and Ukraine, western countries led by the United States have been escalating the intensity and scope of their attacks on Russia. The technology sector has become an important target of sanctions. At the government level, the United States and many western countries launched an embargo on Russia's high-tech products, involving semiconductors and many key components. Washington is also considering imposing "secondary sanctions" that would penalise third-party gold exporters of high-tech goods to Russia. At the civilian level, American tech giants also participated in the "decoupling" and boycott of Russia. Apple, Google and others stopped operating in Russia. Some virtual currency trading platforms have joined the financial sanctions against Russia, banning Russian users from trading or even confiscating their property. Social media giants Facebook and Twitter have imposed algorithmic restrictions on Russian state

Is the dual CEO model "poison" for organization management?

 Internal power balance is the key factor of corporate governance. Traditional corporate governance is mostly single core, and strong leaders with independent and decisive characteristics are an important part of internal power distribution. It not only ensures that the internal conflict within the organization will not be excessive, but also conforms to the simple management expectation that "one mountain cannot allow two tigers". Another special institution in corporate governance is the dual-core or co-CEO (CO-CEO) model, which is common in start-ups or mergers. In this mode, dual-core leaders often have different personality traits and resource endowments, and the company divides internal power and job responsibilities according to the characteristics of the two. At the beginning of 2019, a power struggle between The co-ceos of Bitmain, Jihan Wu and Janketuan, brought the dual-core/co-CEO model into public view, and the management changes announced by Kuaofou technology i

Lisa Burnett's married life

 After Jason Momoa's sudden announcement of divorce, a friend left a message backstage saying: lisa Burnett got lenny Kravitz and Jason Momoa. Lisa Burnett, who discovered that she had the constitution of a prosperous husband, both Kings met her as nobody, became famous with her, and both divorced. Every time, is it her problem, or the man's problem, today to see. Lisa Burnett, born November 16, 1967, in San Francisco, California, to a white mother and a black father, is of mixed race. Her parents divorced shortly after she was born. Although Lisa is a little old now, she was really beautiful when she was young, with a pair of loving eyes and naturally thick lips, pure and sexy. Lisa rose to stardom in the US at the age of 16 when she starred in the Cosby Family, one of the most popular sitcoms of the 1980s and 1990s. Her eyes and mouth turn up, and the whole world looks beautiful. No wonder Jason Momoa says, she's been my girl since I was 8. Even the way she dressed on the

A dangerous aortic dissection

 The aorta, the largest blood vessel in the body, connects the heart to the body's circulation and is a vital conduit for life. Acute aortic syndrome is a serious cardiovascular disease that threatens human life and health. In recent years, with the popularization of multi-slice spiral CT angiography and other imaging techniques, the diagnosis rate of acute aortic syndrome has been greatly improved. At the same time, the development of surgical techniques and endovascular repair techniques has significantly reduced the incidence of mortality and complications in acute aortic syndrome surgery. Even so, acute aortic syndrome is still very difficult to operate on, and one such operation is often a great challenge for the surgeon. At the same time, the mortality rate of this type of surgery has decreased significantly, but it is still high compared to other types of heart surgery. Existing clinical studies show that acute aortic syndrome has a sudden onset and high mortality, and the t

Storage and sorting of second-hand goods

 The aging of the population has become a prominent issue in Japan's social development, and when the elderly die, there are sometimes no relatives to claim or clean up their belongings, or even hire others to do the cleaning. Meanwhile, in Japan, houses full of stuff and garbage are found every day, which is what americans call a "hoarder's house." The picture painted by minimalists such as Marie Kondo and exponents of the tidying up movement is far from the reality in Japan. But it's worth noting that one of the reasons these movements are popular in Japan is that the Japanese want to follow the Americans in minimizing the possessions in their homes. How to deal with the items in Danshari My friend Jung-ja Han is the director of the Tail Project, a six-year-old company based near Tokyo that cleans the belongings of the dead. Han Jung-ja, 50, has been retired from her job as a flight attendant for 10 years, but her rapid pace of speaking and efficient way of doin

Youth is a sense of atmosphere

 I've recently discovered a harsh truth: People hang out with me mostly to ease age anxiety. I often work with a photographer who is more than 10 years younger than me. On the way home, he sighed to the makeup artist, "Sister Lamb is still the same as when she was young. I think we can fight for another 20 years." My readers like to see the comparison between old and new photos. In the past, MY aesthetic was not so good, nor did I exercise. Although I was young, I was still young, and my photoshop skills were not as good as they are now. "Finally, I see a woman who looks more beautiful as she gets older, and suddenly feels less afraid of getting old. Absolutely did not think of, originally aspire to be just female oneself, live slowly became a "fight decline mascot". As for how this road is crooked, may be because The Times are different, talented women and celebrities, in the context of the new era, slowly pantothenic acid and even stink. And an ordinary t

Pattern = outcome

 Someone once asked, "What makes people different?" One of the pros replied: "The size of the pattern, it reflects in people's vision, thinking, the pursuit of height and their own easy magnanimity." People in this life, really can determine their own destiny, not ability, not talent, but pattern. The reason why there is too much pain in life is because their height is not enough, pattern is too small. Pattern, determine the outcome, the higher the pattern, life will be more shun, the smaller the pattern, will accomplish nothing. There's a term in cognitive psychology called the tunnel view effect: When a person is in a tunnel, he can only see the narrow space before and after, which limits his cognitive level and realm. People, if shortsighted, chest without big pattern, will be limited everywhere, difficult to achieve, mediocre and incompetent life. Writer Hui Maiu once said such a thing: There is a man opened a Japanese material shop, because the taste is

Can humans make robots morally bound

 With the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, many automated systems without manual control have mushroomed, greatly enriching and improving people's material and cultural life. Of course, this technology will inevitably find its way into the military, leading to a variety of automated weapons, such as unmanned aircraft, ships, tanks and humanoid super-intelligent fighting robots. The fact that these weapons and equipment, when activated, can automatically select targets and take actions without human intervention cannot but raise concerns that they will indiscriminately kill innocents, thereby changing the nature of warfare and inflicting great harm on human beings. So the question arises: Is there a way to make robots behave like humans? "Killer robots" led to the debate The United States was the first country to develop and use such automated weapons, known as "killer robots," followed by the UK, Japan, Germany, Russia, South Korea a