Yup. I agree completely. Here in Norway we've had public health care for so long, the NSA is just a front for the Norwegian intelligence agencies planted by our royal family during WWII and operating within your government ever since...
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Yup. I agree completely. Here in Norway we've had public health care for so long, the NSA is just a front for the Norwegian intelligence agencies planted by our royal family during WWII and operating within your government ever since.
The young people, aged 12-13, spent eight weeks developing their own 3D role-playing games. The girls in the classroom wrote more complex programs in their games than the boys and also learnt more about coding. The girls used seven different triggers – almost twice as many as the boys – and were much more successful at creating complex scripts with two or more parts and conditional clauses. Boys nearly always chose to trigger their scripts on when a character says something, which is the first and easiest trigger to learn."
Hint: Metabolic activity is how many calories you use, not how much you move or work.
They were on the same exercise program. They did the same amount of useful work. Where do you get the idea she was much less active? It's not supported in the summary or TFA.
One organism spent less than half as much fuel for an equal amount of useful work.
Exercise being a proxy for useful work, and both having the same exercise routine.
Mod parent up
Mod parent up please.
What is the most important thing you wish you had learned earlier about manufacturing in China?
Hm, that got score 0...
Here's how I see it going:
"Are all my bitcoins gone?"
-"Have a good day"
Some of us are more cyborg than others, like my (partly battery-powered) brother with electrode implants in his brain.
Definitively a Iain M. Banks world (The Culture)