You probably mean nanometre here. Nevertheless, I remember an Asimov essay saying that given the radius and even just a few dozen digits of pi, we could calculate the circumference of the universe to a small fraction of an electron. I think he said 70 digits would do.
You would be surprised at what I found there. It's Hasbro, all right, on a search page with "0 items found".
I guess the irreparable injury of 1996 has passed, and now they don't care.
It's not until Win + "notep" that I get Notepad. Nevertheless, I'll agree that yours is the right way, if Notepad isn't on your Quick Launch [or whatever it's called]
Leader: What do we want?
Crowd: Evidence-based decision-making!
Leader: When do we want it?
Crowd: After peer review!
Honestly, it's hard to take you seriously - even if what you say is correct and pertinent - when you consistently misspell simple words. It's "lengTH", which ends in a "TH" sound as in "THis" or "THat", not an "HT" sound as in "unenligHTened". Not to mention "yields", "remember", "numbers", "though", and "polynomially" [although I just did].
Spray yourself with WD-40 and do a dozen Hail Stahlmans.
I read this as, "Spay yourself with WD-40 and do a dozen Hail Stahlmans" and fell out of my chair laughing.
I read this as "Spay yourself with WD-40 and do a dozen Hail Stahlmans" and didn't even smile.
This particular test only got to 325 feet
This particular test got to 325 metres, a considerable height greater than 325 feet.
i use it with my mom who can't teach honors calculus but can't figure out changing desktop icons
What *can* she do?
All mocking aside, I'll give another upvote for LogMeIn. Unfortunately, they are switching to a limit of 10 computers in the free edition, so I'll have to trim back a few of the older ones.
Firing lasers at the moon from Earth means it runs into a couple hundred thousand miles of various gases before it reaches space.
200,000 miles of atmosphere? I think you might be off a bit there. That's about 84% of the distance to the Moon.
The Karman line, commonly used as the boundary between atmosphere and outer space, is at 100km. Even shooting a laser at the Moon on the horizon won't come close to your number.