I don't know, but one thing is sure, you need to be patient in order to use/exploit this thing... From Article : The time it took them to increase the heat and transmit a “1” varied between three and 20 minutes depending. The time to restore the system to normal temperature and transmit a “0” usually took longer.
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So true, but out of mod points
And yes... I read at -1 too
I guess you're not fat enough to use the "damned fat fingers" quote...
I would have accepted it if your first message looked like this :
x - 2 4
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Damn, Fanny was one of my friends.... (It's a first name around here).
Go get a look into the forums, the creator and beta tester post their creations there : http://3dprintboard.com/forumd...
For your service : latest prints (from 1 week ago)
Still waiting for it to being delivered!
Why the customers should care? It's called progress : jobs are created and others are closed... Personally I don't give a fsck about what's going to happen to utilities... Even if my own job is at risk (I'll find another).
The consequences of acidification are likely to be made worse by the warming of the ocean expected with climate change, a process which is also driven by CO2. Until now studies have identified species with calcium-based shells as most in danger from changing chemistry. But researchers in Exeter have found that other creatures will also be affected because as acidity increases it creates conditions for animals to take up more coastal pollutants like copper
The angler’s favourite bait – the humble lugworm – suffers DNA damage as a result of the extra copper. The pollutant harms their sperm, and their offspring don’t develop properly. “It’s a bit of a shock, frankly,” said biologist Ceri Lewis from Exeter University, one of the report’s authors. “It means the effects of ocean acidification may be even more serious than we previously thought. We need to look with new eyes at things which we thought were not vulnerable”
The lugworm study was published in Environmental Science and Technology. Another study from Dr Lewis not yet peer-reviewed suggests that sea urchins are also harmed by uptake of copper. This adds to the damage they will suffer from increasing acidity as it takes them more and more energy to calcify their shells and spines. This is significant because sea urchins, which can live up to 100 years, are a keystone species — grazing algae off rocks that would otherwise be covered in green slime
“Our work means we are under-estimating effects of acidification for coastal invertebrates. We are now realizing there are many indirect impacts of ocean acidification on other processes. It could be that we are facing a lot more surprises ahead”"
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Since the US does not need any warrant to hack in a remote computer (out of US), why Chinese should not hack into US server without warrant or warning??
It's legal isn't it ?
You'll need "http://xoscope.sourceforge.net/hardware/hardware.html" and please note : The sound card will be filtered to somewhere around 20Hz-20kHz. Read a lot and have fun. This will probably not be enough for all your needs, but it's a good start.
Needs a or many sound card.
I was trackballin' too a few years ago with a big ugly trackball, and in each LAN party, my friends had jawdrops when seeing my frag count vs them in Q3
When it broke, I did not get another (they were all small and not meant for gaming).
I'll go check the M570