Ding ding ding this man gets it!
"...and could mark the start of the first offshore commercial drilling in the American north, although it would take another decade to establish production wells."
Thats the real problem right there. In 10 years it might not even be needed with how fast technology advances.
My 7yr old knows that. How is it you don't?
Step 2. Fire missiles.
Step 3. ?
Step 4. Profit!
Oh wait, Step 1 should buy 'Buy stock in defense contractors'.
Wouldn't need much of a change to kill people. Make a reactor go critical or spin the centrifuges so fast they explode.
What would happen if a rogue state hacked North Korea and somehow made a barrage of missiles fly at South Korea?
So if the virus made the centrifuges explode and people died would you change your mind?
No leadership in companies. No leadership in the armed forces. No leadership in the Governm.... err never mind.
What an idiot this woman is.
Pick a project. Look at a website, find something cool. Now duplicate it in your own work. Try and make it better. You will gain a ton of knowledge, and you can show your code to the next employer.
If your parents did their finances well they will be paying you to internship for free somewhere. If not... take a job selling coffee / delivering pizzas in the evenings.
And you need to be spending 1 hour a day, every single day weekends included, filling out grant applications.
Just my $.02 and what my kids will be doing once they graduate high school.
"The trial is admittedly very small, and larger studies still need to be performed before the patent is bought by a major pharmaceutical company and shelved for 30 years."
If you ran an institution where:
1. You have more qualified applicants than availability
2. Nearly all have access to paying tuition with loans
Now you, being the bean counter - what would you do? Duh, you continually increase rates until #1 drops to a level you are uncomfortable with.
I hate having to re-arrange my schedule like this.
How do they know there is a hidden partition? Why tell them?
That was great, thanks for the link. I had no idea this was possible.
“Furniture went overseas, and now there’s no future in that.”
Quote from the article. A man far smarter than I once said something along the lines of 'That sound you hear is the giant sucking sound of jobs going out of the country'. And here we are, years later. Sad its not getting any better.
I can't wait to not read about in PC Gamer.