If zis is vot zey call gut bacteria I'd hate to see bat bacteria
Well I hope the Nuclear Waste Storage site isn't being designed by the same bozos who built a Fission Reactor over an active fault in a tsunami zone otherwise they'll build it on top of Mt St Helens!
I thought it was an advertising stunt by Taco Bell
Passing in registers is not a standard C parameter passing method you're probably talking to pascal
Personally I always preferred calling C functions from machine code it's easy just push your parameters or pointers to your parameters onto the stack and call the address of the function. Then again I initially read the summary and thought he was on about supporting French & German
Even in Open Source you can't get away from the census!
Hey I get that every night when I go to bed!! Then she rolls over
Awaits update to to electromagnetic counter measures! Seriously I could take this thing out with a microwave.
They named it after one of the most hated characters in cinema history
They named it after one the most hated characters in cinema history!
It's not cold war think More WWII and all those camps with gas chambers
Honestly she doesn't have a leg to stand on
If it had been megalomania they'd have accepted her with open arms!
I was talking about pre 3g back when the only things that had styluses in general were palm pilots and IPaqs and most other phones were bricks
mrspoonsi writes "Shimizu Corporation, a Japanese architecture and engineering firm, has a plan to effectively turn the moon into a giant solar power plant, reports Inhabitat. It proposes building a massive collection of solar panels (a "Luna Ring") 6,800 miles long by 12 miles wide on the moon's surface. That's certainly a heavy-duty construction job for human beings, so Shimizu plans to get the work done with robots, only involving humans in supervisory roles. Once complete, this hypothetical plant could continuously send energy to "receiving stations" around the globe by way of lasers and microwave transmission. This idea gets around two major hurdles for solar power, as there is no weather or darkness to curb electricity production on the moon. If operating in ship-shape, Shimizu says it could continuously send 13,000 terawatts of power back to Earth. By comparison, the total installed electricity generation summer capacity in the United States was 1,050.9 gigawatts."