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Was that a successor to the TRS-80?
No doubt at least trying...
Light travels at 186,000 miles per second,
You do realize that current meters measure water speed, not pH. Right?
Europe is big. Much bigger than the US.
No, it isn't.
Because you missed the "adapted for disabled drivers" and "wasn't the first time the speed dial jammed".
Clearly not a stock Renault.
Well, Amway Corp has been doing this *on a computer* for quite some time. And they have lawyers that *might* take exception to having their business processes patented by someone else...
Voted weeks ago.
It does work for boats. You can surf the stern wake.
But you need to get fairly close, and control your speed carefully. Not worth the effort.
I, for one, welcome our new Chinese Overlords!
State of the art dentistry uses CAD/CAM. 3D imaging creates base model which is tweaked by dental technician then created in an automatic milling machine. Takes about 45 minutes and eliminates a second visit (think one round of anesthesia).
Not sure that 3D printing could make anything nearly as strong as necessary for a tooth.
Wow. You clearly have never been out in the ocean in a storm. Waves can get Really Really Big. And they do.
Hell, just look up the Deadliest Catch episode where a rogue wave breaks the window on the bridge if you don't believe...
"...impossible to compromise."
Sounds like a challenge for NSA!