That's pretty neat... I wonder if it would be feasible to just design the whole thing such that some large fraction of the mass intentionally acts as a gyroscope in normal operation?
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All humans are too stupid to drive, which is why computers should be driving instead.
Good point! It is my understanding that modern science does not claim knowledge of any events prior to the big bang, nor does it claim that such a region of spacetime (or meta-spacetime, or whatever) exists at all. My understanding certainly could be wrong, but if not, it seems to simply suggest that the author of the article doesn't really know what he's talking about.
It should read "theory incorrect, must be modified to be compatible with real world"
I think he meant "ask that question and also verify that the answer is yes", but in the case of broadcasters, it's clearly no. I don't think any modern citizen has any say over what is transmitted through their property. Seems like probably a good thing to me, though...
I saw the "they can find the jammer but not me" angle pretty easily, but not the next thing you said. Just curious, how might you make it truly impossible to find the source of the signal, with multiple antennae? Do you think it would still be impossible if the searchers considered the possibility of multiple antennae? If that's an impossible problem to solve, the reason isn't obvious to me, I wonder if you could explain why?
Bluetooth, GPS, NFC. At the very least, the cell/wifi are listening anytime you're online anyway, and with the relatively large bandwidth there should be plenty of entropy in that noise. Right?
You are overlooking the fact that presidential vehicles are extremely over-designed.
What you mean to say is, GM has a very long track record, while Tesla does not.
You're a fucking idiot. There are other options for password management in Linux. Just because this company chooses not to support it, doesn't mean anything.
every platform.... except desktop linux?
So, do you put the keyfile in your Dropbox folder, or no? If so, how is that more secure than using a password? Otherwise, do you just manually move it to different devices with a thumb drive or email, or what?
Can you disable in BIOS?