Heat pipes are a little different as they rely on a phase change of some internal liquid.
Babies and boats don't have 7 meter umbilicals attached to what is basically an underwater sail.
The thing of note here is that this vehicle is half surface and half submersible. There is the top section that is mostly a surfboard with solar panels and a bottom section that hangs down about 7m and has a bunch of wings on it. So the fact that it didn't get torn apart or tangled up is impressive.
I'm not going to draw the line, but "Can it suffer?" is just as much a grey zone as the DNA one, as any stressing factor can construe suffering. A plant suffers from lack of water, a bacterium suffers in too low a pH, I suffer if I don't have coffee in the morning.
Then you find it using a different search engine. It just shows why the way they implement "right to be forgotten" doesn't make sense.
The most glaring example of this to me is the default setting of "hide extensions for known file types". I think it first showed up in XP, but why would you ever want that turned on?
AT&T is acquiring satellite TV provider DirecTV in a deal worth $48.5 billion. This will bring 20 million more U.S. television subscribers under AT&T's roof, making it the second biggest TV provider, behind Comcast. The deal is subject to regulatory approval, and to help that along, AT&T says it will sell its 8% stake in America Movil, which is a competitor to DirecTV in some areas. "By acquiring the country’s biggest satellite television operator, AT&T will help bolster its competitive position against Comcast. Though pay television is considered a mature market whose subscriber growth has slowed dramatically in recent years, the business nonetheless generates billions of dollars in cash. ... Part of the attraction may be DirecTV’s ample cash flow. While its business has shown little growth in recent years, it generated about $8 billion in earnings last year. Much of that will go toward future investments in growth, AT&T said, including bidding at least $9 billion for wireless network capacity that the government plans to auction off soon. By gaining satellite TV, AT&T may also be able to free up capacity on its existing broadband network."
"Yes he is playing a blue skinned admiral, but he is definitely not Thrawn"
I've heard it was more about avoiding any emotional attachments, and seeing as this is an important part of parenting the two don't go together very well.
I'd rather be beat up and robbed than shot and robbed.
Why is it listed as a coffee maker?
The dog's sniffing around isn't even considered a "search" so it can't be illegal. Now the cop just has to claim the dog looked at him he right way and they can tear your car apart.
Already done, the next version is reversible.
Does turtle prime disrupt the whole stack with a mighty smack of its flipper?