We had the Concorde, and it died because people would not, in fact, pay more to do that.
It's not, and don't artists hate Spotify?
Without doing much actual math, based on the energy of the neutrinos detected from SN1987A (~20 MeV or so) and the mass he measures and the distance to SN1987A (168,000 ly), you're looking at superluminal neutrinos arriving on the order of a second fast.
I have a T61p from 2008 that started at 3:30 on battery and now gets about 2:30. I'm pretty damn impressed with it, honestly.
Because hosting the film entails risks, and talking to the government is a reasonable idea when the entity making threats might be another nation. If you heard the speech last week, Obama specifically said that he wished Sony had contacted his administration before canceling the movie's opening.
There's a certain subset of people for whom that is just never going to happen, or periods in lives where that's not going to happen. If we can make a magic pill, is that terrible? It's the future, let's take advantage.
It's about 3-5, depending on whether we're taking cost/per of the initial runs or cost/per for later (~2018+) ones.
PSUs generally reach their peak efficiency at ~50% of their maximum load. Buying a 1200W power supply and drawing 300W max is wasteful.
Great recommendations, though that PSU is waaaaay more than is needed for that hardware. Even 500W would be more than enough.
The demonization of saturated fats was specifically because they used to not differentiate between trans fats and saturated fats in studies. Trans fats made sat. fats look bad. They are bad for you, full stop.
The people that drafted the US constitution by and large didn't want political parties, viewing them as overall harmful, and so our system isn't really built to handle them. They started to form while our first president was in office, though, so we can see how well that worked out.
In the US, you would be a liberal (left of center). None of the things you listed would make you the slightest bit "conservative," as it's defined here.
The American revolution happened when wealthy people grew dissatisfied with the status quo. Most people would have been perfectly happy for things to continue as they were.
Europeans should have a pretty damn good understanding that things can get really, really, really bad without people revolting.
I'm not particularly attached to either pronunciation of methane, but I'll fix how I say Lego if you guys fix aluminum.