APRIL 5, 1992
I’m trying to concentrate so I can do my homework (reading) but I simply can’t. Something is going on in town. You can hear gunfire from the hills. Columns of people are spreading out from Dobrinja. They’re trying to stop something, but they themselves don’t know what. You can simply feel that something is coming, something very bad.
On TV I see people in front of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian parliament building. The radio keeps playing the same song: “Sarajevo, My Love.” That’s all very nice, but my stomach is still in knots and I can’t concentrate on my homework any more.
Mimmy, I’m afraid of WAR!!!
Archive for February 1st, 2007
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Maxwell’s demon and Szilard‘s machine are some of the things that kept me occupied during my B Sc days. And, apparently, a sort of Maxwell’s demon has been realised by researchers at the University of Edinburgh. Here is some information about another (nano) Maxwell’s demon — albeit in biology.