...but there is nothing to see, ergo you're not supposed to say anything! Being consequent helps.
Already Exists: The Journal of Irreproducible Results (http://www.jir.com/)
Yitzhak Rabin was a civil engineer.
me too, please: arie.kremen AT gmail
To be convicted, prosecution has to demonstrate intent to commit a felony. Robbing a bank of $1 and declaring that the intent was to obtain healthcare while imprisoned will not suffice for a conviction.
tetrahedrassface writes "When I was very young, my dad took me on a trip to his parents' farm. He wanted to show me 'The Crater.' We walked a long way through second generation hardwoods and finally stood on the rim of a hole that has no equal in this area. As I grew up, I became more interested in The Crater, and would always tell friends about it. It is roughly 1,200 feet across and 120 feet deep, and has a strange vibe about it. When you walk up to it, you feel like something really big happened here. Either the mother of all caves is down there, or a large object smashed into this place a long, long time ago. I bought aerial photos when I was twelve and later sent images from GIS to a geologist at a local university. He pretty much laughed me out of his office, saying that it was a sinkhole. He did wish me luck, however. It may be sinkhole. Who knows? Last week I borrowed a metal detector and went poking around, and have found the strangest shrapnel pieces I have ever seen. They are composed of a metal that reacts strongly to acids. The largest piece so far reacted with tap water and dish-washing detergent. My second trip today yielded lots of strange new pieces of metal, and hopefully, one day the truth will be known. Backyard science is so much fun. And who knows; if it is indeed a cave, maybe Cerberus resides there."
It is only a 'no confidence vote' if you show up and/or record a non-valid vote. Otherwise it's laziness and irresponsibility.
tekgoblin writes "Wow, I would never have thought to try and cook food with the power that a standard USB port provides, but someone did. A standard port provides 5V of power, give or take a little. I am not even sure what it takes to heat a small hotplate, but I am sure it is more than 5V. It looks like the guy tied together around 30 USB cables powered by his PC to power this small hotplate. But believe it or not, it seems to have cooked the meat perfectly."
Don't you think that if a state-sponsored agency wrote and deployed the virus, the QA/QC would remove ego-driven references? A basement hacker has an ego, a state-sponsored team of programmers have a task.
They were smart enough to write and deploy a complex virus, but stupid enough to include a reference to an obscure execution date of a prominent Iranian Jew; the first
.Google hit conveniently pointing to the relevant Wikipedia entry. That screams red herring (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_herring_(idiom)), not proof.
I remember flying when there was a three-man crew in the cockpit: pilot, co-pilot, and engineer. On some smaller passenger airplanes there is already only one person on the flightdeck. Eventually technology and technophobes - as witnessed in some of the previous posts - will sufficiently advance to accept a one-person crew flying increasingly larger airplanes. Regulations will be adapted and none of the young'ons will remember a two-person flight crew. Nobody said it will happen tomorrow, but a gradual implementation is reasonable, just as A-380's still have three men crews and a back-up crew on long distance routes.
Good for them! I wish I could have taken my relatives to the various death-camps for a celebration like this one!!!
Cwix writes "A new law proposed in Belarus would require all net users and online publications to register with the state: 'Belarus' authoritarian leader is promising to toughen regulation of the Internet and its users in an apparent effort to exert control over the last fully free medium in the former Soviet state. He told journalists that a new Internet bill, proposed Tuesday, would require the registration and identification of all online publications and of each Web user, including visitors to Internet cafes. Web service providers would have to report this information to police, courts, and special services.'"
No, the Air France flight originated in Paris with a layover in Athens. Tel-Aviv was the destination.
It would be a safer bet to assume that the object had a diameter of 10m. So to compare impacts you had to use the volumetric ratio, not the linear ratio. This would make the impact of a 7m diameter object 'only' 35% of the 10m object.