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Про алкотестер - Maxim Pshenichnikov
July 30th, 2012
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Про алкотестер
Как обещал, рапортую. Значит, позавчера выпили с шурином бутылку армянского коньяку, ну и по пиву еще. Я подул - ноль промилле. Шурин подул - тоже ноль. Вчера вечером выпил около бутылки чилийского шардоннэ, дунул - 1.2 промилле, как и должно быть.

Я в полном недоумении. Что, армяне научились делать безалкогольный коньяк?

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From:sergepolar
Date:July 30th, 2012 12:53 pm (UTC)
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может так хорошо выпили, что дули не с той стороны? :)
Уже сама идея после армянского коньяка пить пиво выдает, что что-то было не так.
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From:oude_rus
Date:July 30th, 2012 02:17 pm (UTC)
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перечисление идет в порядке убывания градусов, а не возрастания времени.
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From:gostya
Date:July 30th, 2012 01:36 pm (UTC)
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Максим, ты в России лучше ничего не пей.У нас здешний приятель, бывший москвич, работает теперь в Москве. И наезжает сюда. Такого порассказал:( про напитки. Он бывший профессиональный алкоголик, ему можно доверять.
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From:sergepolar
Date:July 30th, 2012 01:43 pm (UTC)
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а еще у нас тут снег и медведи ходят. У-у-у-у-у-у-уууууууу...!
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From:oude_rus
Date:July 30th, 2012 02:18 pm (UTC)
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мне тоже показалось немного подозрительным, что коньяк принес медведь с балалайкой.
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From:gostya
Date:July 30th, 2012 02:29 pm (UTC)
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Будете смеяться, но когда я повезла дочь Осю и голландского мальчика Ларса в Петергоф, первый, кто нас встретил, был именно что медведь.
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From:oude_rus
Date:July 30th, 2012 07:11 pm (UTC)
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по Невскому медведи разгуливают, факт, но коньяку, увы, не предлагают.
From:pigdeon
Date:July 30th, 2012 01:39 pm (UTC)
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Алкотестер, скорее всего, имеет неправильный режим насыщения. В правильном он должен был индицировать "Щас спою", а показывал 0. Пока инженера исправляют свои баги, их слабость - ваша сила.
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From:a_tim
Date:July 30th, 2012 02:03 pm (UTC)
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Зашкалило может?
8-)
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From:v1adis1av
Date:July 30th, 2012 02:51 pm (UTC)
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Алкотестер в первом случае окосел и зашкалил.
From:tan_y
Date:July 30th, 2012 04:55 pm (UTC)
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а через сколько часов после бутылки сухого у тебя становится ноль?
(у нас, правда, весовые категории разные, но все равно)
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From:oude_rus
Date:July 30th, 2012 07:12 pm (UTC)
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на след утро точно ноль, а ночью я не проверял.
From:tan_y
Date:July 30th, 2012 07:14 pm (UTC)
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откуда я знаю, что для тебя значит утро и когда ты заканчиваешь пить?
Часов 8, ты имеешь в виду?
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From:oude_rus
Date:July 30th, 2012 07:59 pm (UTC)
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ну, скажем, с 12 до 7.
From:tan_y
Date:July 30th, 2012 08:06 pm (UTC)
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а, хорошо /наливая/
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From:roman_kr
Date:July 31st, 2012 12:22 pm (UTC)

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тама я (taki-neta) забанен - intrst - про математические модели пробок


Mathematicians from the University of Exeter have solved the mystery of traffic jams by developing a model to show how major delays occur on our roads, with no apparent cause. Many traffic jams leave drivers baffled as they finally reach the end of a tail-back to find no visible cause for their delay.

Now, a team of mathematicians from the Universities of Exeter, Bristol and Budapest, have found the answer and published their findings in leading academic journal Proceedings of the Royal Society.

The team developed a mathematical model to show the impact of unexpected events such as a lorry pulling out of its lane on a dual carriageway. Their model revealed that slowing down below a critical speed when reacting to such an event, a driver would force the car behind to slow down further and the next car back to reduce its speed further still.

The result of this is that several miles back, cars would finally grind to a halt, with drivers oblivious to the reason for their delay. The model predicts that this is a very typical scenario on a busy highway (above 15 vehicles per km). The jam moves backwards through the traffic creating a so-called ‘backward travelling wave’, which drivers may encounter many miles upstream, several minutes after it was triggered.

Dr Gábor Orosz of the University of Exeter said: “As many of us prepare to travel long distances to see family and friends over Christmas, we’re likely to experience the frustration of getting stuck in a traffic jam that seems to have no cause. Our model shows that overreaction of a single driver can have enormous impact on the rest of the traffic, leading to massive delays.”

Drivers and policy-makers have not previously known why jams like this occur, though many have put it down to the sheer volume of traffic. While this clearly plays a part in this new theory, the main issue is around the smoothness of traffic flow. According to the model, heavy traffic will not automatically lead to congestion but can be smooth-flowing. This model takes into account the time-delay in drivers’ reactions, which lead to drivers braking more heavily than would have been necessary had they identified and reacted to a problem ahead a second earlier.

Dr Orosz continued: “When you tap your brake, the traffic may come to a full stand-still several miles behind you. It really matters how hard you brake - a slight braking from a driver who has identified a problem early will allow the traffic flow to remain smooth. Heavier braking, usually caused by a driver reacting late to a problem, can affect traffic flow for many miles.”

The research team now plans to develop a model for cars equipped with new electronic devices, which could cut down on over-braking as a result of slow reactions.

Source: University of Exeter


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