If you actually bothered to read the article, you would not be claiming that's a mystery. The article explains that the void is not a big void, it's actually a fairly normal 20% less dense than average area. It just so happens to be on top of what's already a cool spot in the CMB. A a normal less dense area on top of a normal cool spot in the CMB = an appearance of an extraordinarily cold spot which is not really extraordinary at all but just a coincidence of that combination.
In the 90s, when you actually had to switch users to root to do any GUI root actions, I can see that happening. But these days few distros even allow a GUI login as root and sudo is the norm.
If you've purchased the DVD, you've shown you have the money and inclination to pay. They may have a better shot at forcing you to pay a second time for your kid than they have at getting a pirate to spend money. It's better for their bottom line to focus on stopping you from copying your DVD than to worry about the basement-dwelling pirate who lacks disposable income.
Large file size means slow transfer rate on typical limited internet connections. And most of us still don't have 8 TB disks, and even if we did that'd fill up pretty quick with TV series at 1080p.
Just wait for winter, it'll snow a lot at Yellowstone and that should put the volcano out.
Neither Obama nor anybody in the US else bats an eyelid at the tens of thousands of innocent civilians accidentally killed by the US in recent wars. Innocent civilians only matter if they're on our side. We're willing to be careful for Americans to make this as rare as possible, but shrug at killing the locals.
Lahore isn't exactly a war zone. It's just a dysfunctional city with a ton of crime, and a lot of westerners who don't get abducted for every occasional one who is. A quick google estimates there are 1,250 Americans alone in Lahore and 5,000 in Pakistan at the moment.
Does google's mobile site test tool say to make an app? No. Does it say to make a separate mobile edition? No. It strongly advises everyone to make a responsive site design and use CSS media queries to adapt to different screens. You could say they have a vested interest in making web browsing on a phone be a pleasant experience, but so does everyone else.
Google does not even recommend making a mobile version, let alone enforce it with rankings. Their advice to webmasters is to make a responsive site that adapts well to all screens. If your site isn't responsive enough to be readable on mobile then it doesn't belong at the top of mobile search results.
Of course the sites are only demoted for mobile searches. It's amazing so many people here have assumed the change affects desktop searches when google has been very clear all along that it only affects mobile searches (and only phones, at that -- tablet searches aren't affected).
All the liberal democrats I know in California, including myself, voted against the high speed rail. SF and LA voted for it. It'd be useless to the rest of us even if it could be built on schedule and budget.
15-20 year old cars don't fail smog checks unless they were already the big polluters of their day or they're broken. My '98 Ford Escort has never come remotely close to failing a California smog test, nor did my '91 car before it.
Are you saying that if they were overwhelmingly female that they would appreciate MATLAB more?
Possibly, since women are much more likely to be math majors than comp sci majors and nearly anyone who studies math learns MATLAB.
In Marin, the rest of the world's upper middle class is low income.
And that remains an unsolved issue in physics. The presumption is that some process in the annihilations resulted in ever so slightly more matter than antimatter.