Not yours, actually, but your Mac’s memory. I recently got two 4 GB modules (yes, that’s 8 GB of memory… wow!) and wanted to see if they are OK. Faulty memory modules may cause system crashes and all kinds of weird behaviour. The program that can be used for this purpose is memtest which seems to be freely available with a GPL license but the official download website asks to pay a small amount for downloading it. However, there are alternative download sites and even alternative frontends to the memtest command line tool.
Response to EAS Council’s reply
27 June 2022 The vast majority of EAS sustainability advisory committee members have stepped down in protest against the inaction and obstruction by EAS Council…
Re-formatting tables with astropy
The fact that astropy is a very powerful tool is certainly well known these days, but I would like to briefly express my admiration especially…
The situation of researchers
Apart from research itself, I am also interested in the situation of researchers. Actually this has caught my interest since realizing sometime in the middle of the…