To be fair this research was in the latest issue of Physics Today.
I'd actually like a flip style smart phone. It could have a larger screen and still fit in your pocket and stay protected. And you get the satisfying bonus of slapping it shut when your done with a call.
It's very difficult for me to see a reason for send human beings exploring when the state of remote and autonomous systems is improving so rapidly. What organizations and platforms show the most promise in this field and where is the most improvement needed?
It's very simple chemistry, when you increase the CO2 in water it turns into carbonic acid.
Do people do this with QR codes? I don't have a smart phone so I have no clue where all those little grids are pointing.
If you take a laptop out to sea don't expect it to last very long.
The difference I see here is that your idea of liberals are afraid of the things that have been statistically and historically most dangerous to society, not just what they think is 'icky' or 'unAmerican'.
Bloom's fuel cells have to run hot, so they don't work that well for on/off applications. They're also ceramic which makes them heavy limiting their use.
wouldn't line dancers act more like a crystalline lattice?
Just because reality is complicated doesn't mean that the math of fluids (mostly Navier-Stokes) wouldn't apply to other fields. It may not be as universal as the wave equation, but being emergent from F=ma and some basic conservation laws I could see how it might correlate with other systems.
that would be 10^5 symbols/sec^2. What do you call the second derivative of data?
I can see it now: Doritos 4 Loko Tacos
Bind them together in a book, you could put the other electronics in the spine. Then they might be onto something.
Out of curiosity, how does Netflix run on Chrome-books?
Steam in Off-line mode helps a bit with this (still only 1 on-line game at a time), but it's not all that different from console games that often tie themselves to an on-line account once activated.