probably the same can be said of people not wearing glasses. I say: let's make wearing glasses compulsory!
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True, but people from their generation also had wheat available which resembled how nature intended it and not the super fast absorbed carb bomb it is now.
So for it to really work, you need the ingredients to be equal as well...
Interesting, but I lost 20 Kg in about that same amount of time and did NOT change the calorie intake. For me it was simply replacing wheat by alternatives (mainly Spelt). As well as limiting other 'fast carbs', so no more white rice etc. The total amount of calories has hardly changed.
The biggest mistake made I think is that we oversimplify things. I.e. in my case the surplus weight didn't arrive until I was over 30 years old. Before that I could eat as much as I wanted. This kind of fat or rather putting on weight can be quite different from people that put on weight as kids and so on. Which means that a different remedy may be required.
There will be circumstances where reducing calories will be the trick. That does not mean it will work for everyone and it also does not mean that you could not have achieved the same result by another diet. Most of all I think much more research is needed. Which is a problem in the west, since no large company can make money of telling us how to eat better. So who will pay for it?
Having said that, if it works for you, good stuff!
Since you don't like the quality of Foscam, how about an old Android phone? I own a Foscam and had no problems with the quality, so I assume you want a higher resolution. Any old or cheap Android phone will likely have a high enough resolution. Combine that with something like autocam and write a small script that ftps the picture (have never tried autocam so I'm not sure if it is OK...). The phone will have wifi etc. all build in. You might needs some creativity to mount it to a wall.
I think the aliens would be to busy laughing at the lasers to start hating us.
Indeed, and the few that actually do (or did) get it, love(d) it!
Well that is until they have a base on Mars of course...
all your base are belong to us..
Free? Is it April 1 already. Damn time flies
This maybe a potential game changer for Telcos/ISPs. There is still a lot of money made in this business.
If SpaceX internet is capable of high bandwidth, no data-limit or a reasonable limit, not too crappy latency and allows me to use it everywhere, then it maybe very interesting.
Except for gaming, this offers what most people need AND you can take it with you (if the equipment to connect is reasonably mobile)!
If I can get an internet connection, that I can 'take with me' on my holidays abroad, which allows me to watch netflix and other IP TV, there is hardly a reason left for me to keep my cable subscription.
Not to mention what this will do for countries where internet access is highly monitored or otherwise hardly available. I'm guessing China is not too thrilled about this initiative.
The latency issue is an issue which will largely solve itself if the latency is not too bad. It can be worked around for most purposes. Maybe not for gaming, but the big websites will quickly adapt.
If I can choose nearly similar options, where one has a bit worse latency, but is available for me wherever I go...
Some time ago I checked the latency of websites I visit a lot. My cable connection has low latency, but obviously there many websites have high latency regardless as they are hosted on a different continent.
I'm sure the latency you get from GEO (> 240ms) is really changing your experience a bit too much. But the latency of LEO is about 40ms (says Wikipedia). That seems a lot, but if I were to visit a website on a different continent over the proposed network, some of that would be mitigated since the signal would travel via this network as well in stead of over multiple routers and connections. That part may be faster. So my overall experience may not be worse. Only sites hosted close by would have a significantly better performance.
A lot depends on the equipment needed to connect. If it is reasonably mobile they could also partner with a lot of companies, such as Amazon (whispernet globally and just one party to deal with), Netflix (Netflix boxes that don't require your own connection) etc.
If they manage to really compete, 10 billion USD is nothing. Local ISPs get bought for that amount.
There are a lot of ifs. But if they offer high bandwidth with high data limits for a competing price, this will mean for a lot of ISPs that there is a new player in town. And one that is global. If he were to sell shares in this initiative, I'd buy some.
Indeed if Elon Musk connects a planet full of them to our internet, we're really fscked
Honest question, I'm no rocket scientist so I really don't know: Since they seem to be able to hit the mark, why not just put a big net on the drone ship to 'catch' it rather than try to land it on legs?
simple resolution, RTFA before commenting. Not sure how long it will last....
Surprisingly frank? Sony is just not that good at covering things up these days....
Since there is wifi but only in specific rooms, maybe this will work:
I have an older version of one of these and mounted a bigger antenna on this. On Holidays I take this along and receive wifi points 2 miles away. Possibly she could receive the available wifi.
Mine works well in both Windows and Linux, don't know about the newer ones