Mine's very quiet. Antec P183 case, all Scythe SlipStream 120mm fans. All fans mounted on anti-vibration rubber mounts, same for HD/Optical drives. SSD for main OS. Aftermarket (Scythe Mugen something or other) heatsink+fan for CPU, GPU fan is from Arctic, not sure the exact model off the top of my head. CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k GPU: ATI Radeon R9 290x RAM: 32GB, Corsair. Too lazy to look up the timings. MB: Asus Maximus 7 Hero. I live across the street from a gas station, and the sound of their HVAC system is louder through closed windows than my PC 1m away at idle. Under heavy load it becomes audible, but I use headphones which serve to mitigate that quite well.
Well, since encryption has been classified as a munition in some laws in the past, and in the Wassenaar agreement, one could argue a second amendment right to cryptography software.
Guns have strong offensive uses. Encryption generally doesn't, the closest it comes is cryptolocker-style ransomware. Which is mitigated by offline backups.
Ghostery + Adblock are redundant with RequestPolicy + Noscript. And I prefer Self-Destructing Cookies, since it can get rid of all sorts of persistent storage objects and doesn't tend to break things. It deletes all cookies set while on a tab when you close the tab, unless you whitelist them.
Well, even when you can refactor it you have to figure out what the classes do before you can give them sensible names.
Cut off the bottom of my post on accident. It's supposed to be that CVE, but the actual CVE hasn't been published yet. They went with the press release first for some reason.
It's CVE-2015-3456. https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/...
Use a locally hosted caching DNS server. It's very fast even with large blocklists. Unlike a you-know-what that slows down significantly as the blocklist gets larger.
Not during an abort, only during a normal landing. During an abort the landing fuel is used to get the capsule away from the (shortly exploding) rocket as fast and as far as possible.
You do NOT want to drink substantial amounts of distilled water. It will leech the salts out of your body through osmosis. Distilled water with a pinch of table salt is likely fine though.
And yet government contracts somehow continually manage to go over budget, and the government pays the cost instead of the contractor.
It is a regional dialectical usage, mostly in the midland US. It's spread, but is less common elsewhere, and pretty much absent in New England and outside the US. In most other places it requires a preceding negative construction, eg "Activists aren't as effective any more because they get caught up in this sort of shite, leaving important worries like electing good people to govern us laguishing on the back burner." It is often a rather confusing construction to people who haven't seen it before, because they're used to the negation beforehand. So it seems like you're trying to negate your own point, decreasing clarity.
It is a set number. It's not an integer, but real numbers are certainly numbers, and pi is a constant in Euclidean geometry.
No, if you want an easy and unbreakable encryption system for your text just use EBCDIC. No programmer has stayed sane long enough to implement it.
You just described the Everettian model. That model doesn't have any paradox for Schrodinger's cat. Several of the others (the ones Schrodinger was criticizing) do. EG de Broglie-Bohm theory, Transactional QM, and Objective Collapse theories don't have the issue, while von Neumann/Wigner does.