they are already there. They are called rear fog lights. They serve the purpose quite well.
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Yes but now that infant death is basically eliminated, fighting for those two extra months is the process that pushes life expectancy.
but we arn't as important as the guy's who tell us what to make, or the guy's who get people to pay for it..
I guess anybody can grasp the difference between toilet paper and a rocket booster motor in terms of development effort, marketing approach and target audience.
I am somewhere inbetween. We supply specialized tools for preclinical drug development.
In the last two years there was a 80% turnover in the sales and marketing workforce. Without any apparent detrimental effect on business.
Of course there are many parameters to this, but I certainly would not deduce that marketing and sales people are system critical in our situation.
On the other hand I could remove three people from the company (60ish employees) and make sure the whole thing hits the ground within fucking months. And those are the people that thoroughly understand what we are doing, as opposed to sitting around in airport lounges or answering email inquiries for a living.
The wikipedia site says the cargo bay is 2.1 x 1.2 m, and carries 227 kg. That is pretty limited I should say.
You can't patent anything that's in the public domain already. I'd say this move is based on the negligence of application referees. Rightly so.
Plants need oxygen, the amount they release obviously cannot cover their needs.
Plants release O2 by water photolysis.
I thought it was "Privacy Beach" and street view cars collected photos of hot topless women.
I am in a mid size biotech company.
In our field there are around 15-20 must-have titles. I was in charge of getting quotes for those titles, from 3 publishers.
The bottomline was upwards of 45000 $. Per annum. Electronic access only.
We ask authors directly to send us a copy.
Who's that analyst? I wanna hire this guy right now.
(such as getting a ride on a B52 plus gravity)
plus that tiny solid rocket booster which accelerates it to Mach 4.5, where the scramjet starts thinking about getting to business.
No one doubts developing a decent ink takes some serious effort.
That still does not explain how ink is more expensive by weight than your anti hypertension medicine.
This is genuine mass production we are looking at, and you have to solve this kind of problems _once_.
make the PTO legally responsible for the validity of the patent.
If the patent is attacked in court and ruled invalid, the PTO will cover legal fees, and return submission and upkeep costs plus interest.
Nothing else will make them do their job right.
I don't think a court can order anybody to give away its property for a set price. If Nokia do not want to give Apple the same deal with cell technology as to anybody else, so what? It's their fucking property.
When I am selling my car and am willing to take a lower offer from a friend then from a stranger will I be dragged to court?