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I have. Every last app from google.
I started researching tools and writing scripts to split up a repository and move to github yesterday.
If you have a complicated non-standard svn layout, you should look into the svn2git on gitorious (there are many tools with that name).
Actually, a softer (energy-absorbing) surface is more comfortable to walk on, provided it doesn't absorb excessive amounts.
The plastic tracks in stadiums are softer than asphalt, which again is softer than concrete. Guess which one people like to run on best?
Some athletes from poor countries practice on alphalt and find they run slower in a stadium. Concrete would be even faster, but it tends to wreck your knees unless you have good shoes, which, again, absorb energy.
How about these? They're 3 kF, 2.7 V and can supply hundreds of amps depending on how long you're going to draw it. (2200 for one second)
So, that's about 11 kJ that it can store or release in a matter of seconds.
Nah, the problem is how we describe it.
Actually, the technique of creating a hole with a bunker buster and then destroying anything left in the crater with a normal bomb was used quite a bit in Iraq. It allows for the destruction of the contents of a building with minimal (perhaps the neighbours' houses) collateral damage.
In this case, the compound's walls might have contained the blast.
I'm sitting 2 meters away from a scope that cost about 8k. Sure, cheap scopes don't cost much, but you can add a LOT of features the concept.
You can automate the trust, or rather, make it implicit.
Whenever you favorite a torrent, you place some trust in both it and the publisher. That gets propagated.
I don't know the specifics, but I do know that people at my university have worked on this for years. (tribler isn't new, this is just a new release that has the P2P search)
I'm guessing that they *did*, but slashdot ate it.
Because the phone manufacturers stipulated that they would include microSD readers in their phones.
Microsoft doesn't want removable storage (I'll let you figure out why), so it uses a microSD feature to lock the card to the phone and refuses to let the phone work without the card, effectively making it permanent storage.
Oxidizer is heavy. Also, explosives need to dump all their energy in a very short timespan.
I believe the stoichiometric ratio for air:gasoline is 13.7 by mass. Of course, that's with only 21% oxygen, but 21% of 13.7 is still 2.87.
So, a more fair comparison would be 10 pounds of TNT versus 1 pound of gasoline plus 2.87 pounds of oxygen.
I've read this stuff in my probability&statistics textbooks. It wasn't even news in 2006.
Ceramic (or metal) plates are only used when you need to go up against rifle rounds. Standard vests that can protect against handguns typically consist of many layers of kevlar bonded together with resin to provide stiffness. (so it actually stops the bullet, rather than being dragged along with it into your body)