They encrypt all of your data and keep it secret. Until the day that they don't.
What was the point of examining this individual animal?
Even though this review has been posted for > 40 minutes there are only 4 comments here. The people have spoken.
You can actually do an experiment that macroscopically results in true spinning of a cylinder due to aligned little spins. I can't find a reference. Anyone recall?
So big deal, 100... It is not uncommon for a science dept at a university to get 400 applications for a tenure track position.
For example, just because some people steal cars doesn't mean that I am not going to buy a car. It's all very deep.
Like Madoff. How do you feel about his sentence?
It's definitely interesting. These guys wrote some code to do something with the phone that is not what the phone was designed to do and is unexpected. And it is cool that they do it with just what was in the phone. But I did watch a 7 minute video hoping to see the thing do its trick and ended up having to watch it on the website of the company.
But do they discuss/remember Jesse Gelsinger?
thy shoud makw a kwybd ta do tht
That's what I'd prefer to see for the third world.
Liquid crystal technology. Thank you, Kent State.
But we could have given it to condensed matter physics research, which gets way less than NASA, or other branches of physics, such as particle physics, yet has numerous applications, while still contributing to our fundamental understanding of the world, through applications of quantum field theory and statistical mechanics.
True. But instead we get another tiresome robot this-or-that story.