I'm struggling to see what Military.com says with regard to one of my points - I made a few, could you narrow it down for me?
It isn't in pristine condition, its full of heavy metal contaminants, asbestos, oils and other problem materials, and requires maintenance just to remain afloat in decent condition - a huge amount of effort is required to do anything with the ship, and the Navy doesn't want it on its budget any more. If the museum project had raised its money, they would have got it.
Having watched a documentary on another scrapping a few years back, the metal in these ships do not command a premium on the scrap market, and any scrapping company takes it on with complete uncertainty as to whether they make a profit or loss as they also have to deal with the toxics and those cost a lot these days.
It seems you would rather live in an anarchy than a structured society...
We aren't punishing him for swearing, we are punishing him because his actions have a negative effect on people around him. Just like playing music, having sex, talking etc etc etc. All are fine when they dont affect other members of society in a negative manner, and again all have cases brought because of them.
I dont see why people around him should have to put up with his swearing.
You know that more people than J. J. Abrams have used lens flares, right? And that the lens flares in B5 that you love so much were added digitally?
John Terry was suspended because the FA had a grudge against him, he had already been cleared in an actual judicial court of the same offence but the FA decided that they were better than the Crown Court and found him guilty - but he had been subject to a long running series of issues with the FA regarding captaincies etc.
The Suarez case was totally different.
Also you seem to be deliberately mixing up actions by private bodies (the FA) with judicial court actions. Private bodies can do whatever they damn well please, within reason - there is a zero tolerance approach to racism in English football, hence the action against Suarez and Balotelli.
And the "man threatened with life for swearing too much" had a slew of breached orders behind him, so he escalated that himself.
Well, you're clearly the target audience of the new Trek, then.
If that's truly the case, then motion blur will be added digitally where it enhances the action, just as lens flares are now.
Space Opera/Cowboys in Space, the idea that TOS was some masterwork of American literature is laughable, which is why I love the reboots so much =)
IV even had an oddball plot about whales and was still the highest grossing film in the whole series
Incorrect, the first JJ Abrams film was the highest grossing, both in raw and inflation adjusted dollars for the US box office. source.
Ive never had a paper bill for internet services, not once in 20 years.
Generally they run ethernet, wifi, and/or some form of DSL (Cisco's LRE used to be a favorite in older hotels as it allowed broadband speeds without the massive expense and disruption of running a new cable plant), though I did just see someone hawking ethernet over powerline to the hospitality sector in a google search, that has got to suck horribly.
Also, desktop DDR4 has been run at 4GHz already.
Perhaps by enthusiast overclockers, but the current DDR4 standard only goes to 2400MT/s with provisions for up to 3200 in a future revision of the spec.
You probably don't want a VULCAN as a boss either!