Apparently they should have been named "Ostrich" since they have a preference to bury their heads in the sand.
So.....you're welcoming...solar wind? The sun? I don't know how long you've been here, but the sun and its wind have been around for quite some time. Or did you just not RTFA?
I'm going to find those guys at that bar and show them every single traffic light, closed circuit television, and any other ancillary cameras deployed by private and governmental agencies all around them. I could have San Francisco in a full scale riot by the end of the week!
There, just wanted to shore that one up as well.
There. Problem solved.
Coincidentally I was watching Carl Sagan's Cosmos Episode 4 last night and he talked about several credible eye witness accounts recorded by the Gervase of Canterbury where an impact on the moon was so bright that it was seen at dusk and generated a very large and visible plume, much much larger in size and longer in duration than that brief flash the MIDAS program reported about. You'll have to watch Episode 4 to learn what impact crater astronomers were able to match these accounts against, but it was a ray crater positioned on the moon consistent with the eye witness accounts.
Although applying the concept is interesting in theory, all trolling aside a foundational difference that makes this comparison nonsense is that *most* human's don't want the virus they contract whereas *most* Facebook users want to participate on Facebook until its usefulness expires. Facebook's usefulness has an indeterminate expiration that is subjective per individual (or group of like-minded individuals) whereas the virus is counter-useful. Now, if they were to apply disease patterns of a virus whose side effect were of varied usefulness to people, then we'd have a more productive comparison.
I can't wait for the Alamo Movie Drafthouse intro that encourages patrons to not text or talk or else "Curtis Reeves will shoot your ass".
Sorry, too soon?
Was that they were only willing to offer him $50,000, not even $60,000 in CALIFORNIA. Isn't $60,000 a year under the poverty line there?
...wanted to transfer a high-performing salesman from Oracle's India office to California
Reading comprehension fail
The problem with that is that <insert market space> is a bitch of an environment to maintain something as complex as the <insert product> over time. Unless you're only looking at another <insert product development lifecycle> or two of life, you'll probably see it reach the point where it's cheaper and easier to build a new <insert product>, <insert product alternative> or <insert alternative to product alternative> than it is to continue maintaining the <insert product>. There's also few practical options for preserving it as a piece of history, no matter how cool that would be.
That's how I read your post.
NASA has determined that research on ISS is necessary to mitigate fully 21 of the 32 human-health risks anticipated on long-duration missions.
It helps when you RTFA.
but completely failed to find my black partner's face
Sorry to burst your bubble but the product can detect a black person's face fine...just not gay black people.
Now when my new internet girlfriend wants to skype for the first time, she won't find out that the pictures I posted on my dating profile were faked from a google image search for hunk.