It sampled every 20 milliseconds, and sent that as a number. I think you could call it digital.
Where I am they often do that, but they also register the car for you. The fees are based on the state you are registering in (this is DE/PA, in DE we have no sales tax, but there is some type of fee based specifically on car price that they charge for registration), but I'm not disincentivized to shop in PA.
Don't most states collect the sales tax at registration?
Most I've seen do, but it passes after a year.
no, more the nagging issues that require actual care (e.g. shoulder that clicks and sends sharp pain when arm is elevated).
Links (elinks I think is the package name) is a console browser with some CSS layout support (unlike lynx when I replaced it).
The problem with a high-deductible plan is that it disincentives being healthy.
So much as looking at a scalpel is going to cost damned near 5 grand (1200 deductable, the 80% coverage to 5k out of pocket).
I may as well not have health insurance at that point. Or only emergency coverage. Yes the point is to save, and everyone wins, but in 15 -25 years, when my cohort reaches middle age, and we haven't been going to the doctor as things crop up, it's going to suck for those left with the bill.
The 3d printing tech is rapidly increasing. It's good to have the discussion now, rather than later. Of course, if home made fire arms remain legal, then it's a non issue.
thank you for that laugh kind sir.
I'd buy one just to look at the battery tech that can teather in any meaningful way with a week between charges.
I don't think it needs to be particularly accurate even.
If I'm not mistaken, the token changes every 30, and the server allows for a shift of one token in either direction (90 second window).
If you slide to one of the non centered tokens, the server makes note, and rec enters you. Considering my crappiest clock (my car) gains about 5 minutes a year, any regular use password (monthly or so) would be fine with even a sloppy clock.
I don't really want to speak on the validity of these things, but it's not new:
There was another article posted here about an amateur scientist I believe that had evidence of plant damage from cell or WiFi.
You're last paragraph reminds me of how much I liked buzz
I think that closer to 100s years, and it sounds no crazier than trying to go from England to India the long way in the 1400 (not everyone made it, and but for an entire continent in-between, everyone would of died).