Mass has a relationship with density. The crust is less dense that the mantle, so more crust=less mass. The mountains float on the mantle in a similar way to icebergs on water, ie they displace mantle beneath them, resulting in a 1-you-wide segment down to the core of the earth that contains more crust and less mantle, therefore containing less mass.
I would be thinking "how can I do this job in half an hour so I can then goof off for the other 7.5 hours that management think this job takes?"
It's all about slack, you know.
To send data to a nearby chromecast without needing to connect to the network that the ChromeCast is on, an Android device will link to the ChromeCast with an ultrasonic signal.
Thank you for that on-topic demonstration of the file system corruption problem.
> It first attempts to overwrite the Master Boot Record (MBR) of PhysicalDisk0, which renders the computer inoperable. If the malware does not have permissions to overwrite the MBR, it will instead destroy all files in the user’s home folder (e.g. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\) by encrypting each file with a randomly generated RC4 key. After the MBR is overwritten, or the home folder has been encrypted, the computer is restarted. The MBR also contains information about the disk partitions. The altered MBR overwrites the bytes for these partitions with Null bytes, making it even more difficult to recover data from the sabotaged hard drive.
I know somebody around here who didn't even read the article....
No, it just means that Windows can't boot. Mount it on another machine and all the data is still there, ready to be analysed
As soon as it detects attempts to analyse it, it deletes itself completely, so the victim is left never knowing if it was really there or not.
0. You sell a home security product that is not secure and does not provide the security you advertise
1. I send you a letter warning you of the flaws in your product and the obligation I feel to advise others who may be relying on the security you advertise that isn't actually there.
Probably 'fixed' like the same glitch in the Matrix that let the cat out of the bag about the brace position being designed by the airline companies to produce the best-looking corpses.
> brake hard
There's your problem. Take your foot off the gas and wait. Once there's a two second gap, you can put it back down again. Hard braking is something that should only happen in an emergency, unless you're driving for the exercise, ie, not commuting on a crowded road.
Also, sticking in the outside lane at 5 miles an hour under, you'll always have a gap in front of you.
Driving 50 miles at 55 instead of 50 will only save you six minutes anyway. Over 25 miles, it's only three minutes difference.
Sure, the signs are there now...
The only place where a warning was given in all of the eastern Indian ocean was on Maikhao Beach in Thailand, and that's only because one of the tourists there had been paying attention in school two weeks before. The whole of the Indian Ocean tsunami warning system only came into being as a result of the 2004 tsunami.
So really all they need is to have a Kerbal aboard to give it a flick with a fingernail to get it started.
In the garden, filling a valuable niche as an ornamental statue
> That devalues ME and my unique contributions
Ah, the old "somebody getting the same as I am means I am losing something" gambit.
With hot grits poured down their pants!