I've had no issues with Soylent 1.4/1.5 producing the kind of room-clearing gas that earlier versions did. It's really rather disappointing.
When's the last time it was every six months?
Hint: It was probably sometime back when the release was two CDs, and not 6 CDs and 2 double-sided DVDs.
If their plan is to get more third parties to go along with their DRM, then they haven't really learned a thing yet.
No, Linus needs to use his finger.
From my experience, the boneheads were almost exclusively in the HR agencies.
About a year ago, in my previous job, I was recruiting for some Linux Kernel/Drivers/Embedded C (with a bit of C++) people. I was dealing with some of these boneheads but I made sure I had a very good, strongly-worded chat with them to explain the types of candidates I was looking for, making it absolutely clear that I needed people who were proficient in C, not just C++.
The reply that took the biscuit was, "To be honest, you'd be better off looking for C# programmers."
...of simpler times hundreds of years ago...
Maybe Occam's razor could come in handy here. Maybe you smoked too much weed today.
Haven't you heard of Area 51 and the Zeta Reticulans?
Man, do they groove!
What use is a car if gasoline is not available on your planet, right?
You've heard of Stonehenge, haven't you?
Goodie goodie yum-yum....
The Skinkworks is where the lizardmen work.
....making fish soup.
I'll bet money that Lockheed have already had this working for years in a Black Project. I'm also willing to wager that some UFO sightings are secret experimental aircraft with fusion reactor power sources and combined electrical/thermal engines (glowing lights, hovering, vertical flight....).
Since they know it already works, they're announcing it so that they can do a (fake) clean-room reimplementation of the physics and engineering research, that makes it work, in the open so that they can get away with commercialising it/patenting it.
We live in a world where software is expected to be the kind of crap any simpleton could write.
Once upon a time, Microsoft brought out this product called Visual Basic...
Greenpeace should use a PWR to power their ships.
One fuel load lasts 30 years, there's plenty waste heat to keep the crew warm, plenty of spare power to generate electricity, and all the waste products are contained within the fuel cladding, so no pollution! And no pesky carbon dioxide, oxides of nitrogen or acid rain...
To be even greener, they could have their reactor loaded with MOX fuel i.e. reprocessed (used) uranium mixed with plutonium, thus helping to reduce nuclear waste from old reactors.
I'm sure Rolls Royce Nuclear Engineering could do them such a great deal.