If only browsers were smart enough not to play audio in background tabs.
Yes, Republicans need to reclaim the spirit of Goldwater. Can we hope for Democrats to ever reclaim the spirit of Roosevelt?
What do you mean, 'lately'?
Especially given that the average human body is giving off about 4500 Bq continuously.
Mushrooms can be used to bioconcentrate metals. Some species prefer cesium:
White people riot at the ballot box.
This is going to be an interesting trial, too. For the first time, a deep-pockets plaintiff, rather than just another little guy easily crushed by the system.
When you display XKCD strips on an Apple device, then what happens? Does the universe crack through at that point and a black hole form?
So you're the one who thinks Microsoft is morally bound to hand over its Irish emails to the federosaurus!
I'm assuming that any customer who wants to keep his emails private has already moved them to a local archive away from the MS servers. The disclosure order would apply to any copies Microsoft has of the emails.
In the time it takes for all those moving parts to click into place, Microsoft could just use the IRS tactic: just delete the damn emails and then claim that they can no longer find them.
The character you have in mind is 'thorn'. If we had Unicode, betcha we could do one.
No, I would have have a federal judge rule that the volcano must stop. Look at all the US-made aircraft that would be affected if the eruption is allowed to continue.
I've visited the Nevada Test Site. Our fossil drilling history has given us an unparalleled ability to bore straight holes eight and twelve feet in diameter (standard sizes on the Site) for thousands of feet down. Start anywhere in the country and rill an eight-foot hole down through any sedimentary strata to basement rock, and then keep going for another few thousand feet. drop anything you want in there and allow room for a few hundred feet of sealing concrete before you reach the top of the basement rock layer, and you have a time capsule that will stay there for geologic eons.
We could dispose of our spent nuclear fuel that way, but we wouldn't want to. We would be wasting a large amount of usable fuel.
We need a recycling plant with buffer storage. the whole "disposal" paradigm, including guarding the waste for hundreds of thousands of years, is predicated on the idea that the 95% of unburned fuel that keeps the stuff hot for so long is something that should be thrown away while it slowly decays. It should be recovered and re-used, so that the actual waste remaining after that is trivial. If we used Yucca Mountain as the buffer storage, an accompanying recycling plant would mean lots of good jobs for Nevadans.