This measures the atoms passing through lines of magnetic flux.
Remember that "lines of magnetic flux" don't actually exist. Field lines are just an aid for visualising the direction of the field, in reality the field is smooth and continuously variable. It's unclear what's actually going on here, but perhaps they are measuring the direction of the magnetic field very accurately or something like that.
people no longer drive sensibly: they are more aggressive with other drivers (not keeping a safe distance)
Is that why traffic deaths have consistently gone down since 20 or 30 years ago? - Killed_on_British_Roads.png
people no longer drive sensibly
The article is very unclear about how exactly these supercooled atomic particles tell them where they are on the globe. The impression I get is that it's just a more accurate form of inertial navigation. Or perhaps it compares the local magnetic and gravitational fields against some map of the Earth? I don't see how that would be immune to interference though, especially the magnetic part. And it would rely on an extremely accurate magnetic/gravitational map of the entire planet, which would have to be kept up to date as well as both those fields are constantly changing. Sounds very unpractical.
I'll be very interested to see if something comes of this or if it will just turn out to be hot air and/or inaccurate reporting...
..be ruled from Brussels or join the USA?
No, I admit that I was wrong. Just leave the EU, I don't really give a fuck what you do next. But stop trying to get all of the benefits and none of the burdens by carving out exception after exception for yourself, and pushing your prudish morals on all of Europe by sabotaging a crucial Internet freedom law just so you can stop citizens from looking at titties.
The more cordial the buyer's secretary, the greater the odds that the competition already has the order.