It is according to the 9th amendment, which gives the people the right to claim the Constitution says anything they want it to say.
I differ, in that I would make sure it had a top-rated and reliable power supply (Corsair or Seasonic) and a powerful GPU (currently the best price to power ratios are the 750 GTX Ti and the R9 270 series from everything I've been reading) before it had an SSD any day of the week.
Why? I've had SSDs bite the dust more than once, very early into their supposed life cycles at rates that should be an absolute embarrassment to the engineering teams at the manufacturers in question.
OCZ's storage division was bought by Toshiba, who now sells Toshiba drives under the OCZ brand.
Not sure what the thinking was on that one.
And I thought 65nm (~300 silicon atoms across) was impressive five years ago.
If you can get even 45 mbps out of them on a claimed 100 mbps, I'll eat a hat.
He has someone for that now.
"Why are we encouraging people to buy new Macs? We should be forcing our own users to upgrade, not theirs."
— Satya Nadella, Internal Memo, 7 August 2014
Don't forget CEILINGCAT.
(...and I apparently have Tony the Tiger's spellchecker, since it completely missed that typo.)
I'll give them this one, considering one of the purposes of this project is to prove the feasability of extraterrrestrial flight in atmospheres as thin as that of Mars.
Is this the Star Trek future tech we've been waiting for?
The NASA report titled "Anomalous Thrust Production from an RF Test Device Measured on a Low-Thrust Torsion Pendulum" was published 3 days ago and can be found here: http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.js... From the abstract:
This paper describes the eight-day August 2013 test campaign designed to investigate and demonstrate viability of using classical magnetoplasmadynamics to obtain a propulsive momentum transfer via the quantum vacuum virtual plasma.