Wu doesn't even have that; She's a Man, baby!
Neon Condoms, Neon fleshlights, Neon Dildos... all will be very popular, I'm sure.
If we pave the streets with it, how much power can we get?
I'm just happy they never made sequels to The Matrix; I mean, how weird would that have been, right?
This is the real truth, and apparently Siemens is helping them do it.
238, not 239.
The real problem with Pu-238 is its source; the recovery of Pu-239 for weapons, from a Uranium fueled reactor.
You Can breed it in a high-neutron type reactor, but those are purpose built for research, and most research places won't let you breed something that has warhead-grade material as a side product.
I don't think there's anywhere in the EU that would admit to having those capabilities, let alone furnish material that proved it.
The US isn't making new material anymore, neither is Russia.
The Japanese was recycling Plutonium on some scale, before fukushima; maybe they could help.
There will have to be a Government Program to fund RTG generator research for Space; no-one else could do it.
I agree we had few choices there; but Obama's blackness wasn't why I voted for him.
Sarah Palin's votes were proportional to boob size, not intellect.
I have to admit: I Really thought he would be different.
WTF was I thinking, lol.
They're only in office because enough of us bought their BS.
Think we'll do better next time?
It seems we already are; with no reach-around...
He ran on the proviso that all the illegal BS we were doing would be shut down. (as well as the billion-dollar-a-day wars we were fighting...)
Instead, it's way beyond what was left to him by Bush.
Now he's Asking a Secret Court to allow the Government to Break a Lawful Ruling that basically Affirmed that the Program was Unconstitutional.
ACLU deputy legal director Jameel Jaffer said, "While the FISA court isn’t formally bound by the second circuit’s ruling, it will certainly have to grapple with the second circuit’s interpretation of the ‘relevance’ requirement. The [court] will also have to consider whether Congress effectively adopted the second circuit’s interpretation of the relevance requirement when it passed the USA Freedom Act." The issue is further complicated because the Circuit Court did not actually issue an injunction against bulk surveillance, deferring instead to the congressional debate already underway about the Patriot Act and USA Freedom Act.
Frank and Open laughter works for me, pretty much against those people.
Just be careful of them in groups; you might get burned at the stake.