17 trillion in debt, borrowed at negative effective interest rates... I need problems like that.
An ideal intercept, while impossible on the 25m/s delta v of the old MMU, only actually needs 39m/s. Given a lighter weight, higher ISP advanced MMU and the initial disaster having lobbed them in generally the right direction. What isn't plausible, if they manage an intercept, is them doing anything more than destroying the ISS, continuing the Kessler Syndrome (it's another 39m/s to circularize and don't get me started on matching inclinations).
Uber isn't the restaurant. The Uber drivers are the restaurants that contract with a centralized booking and payment processing system that is Uber. You better believe the CC processing service for a restaurant is taking it's %age out of the entire CC transaction, be it line itemed for tax, tip or food.
Uber charges 10% of everything the same way paypal, amazon payments or nearly any other market maker plus payment services company does.
When you pay with a credit card at a restaurant, you better believe the payment processing company is taking it's cut out of the total transaction placed on the card.
If I'm looking at a book, the reviews had better be about the book rather than one of the 100+ sellers of the book. If you want to review that particular seller, there is a separate spot for that, and low enough service ratings will tank their visibility across all of their products. "Cover damaged, terrible service" on a review of Excession is useless spam. The same review on the seller itself is helpful.
You can do that if you have three pumps and you only need the capacity of two (though for our purposes, I'd want to go with 2 packs of 3). If one is failing, seal it off and replace it. The access port is a bit of a problem in the biological setting, but at least you don't get issues with the online maintenance negatively impacting the morphology of the device in a progressively degenerative manner.
This is where the "Do something" crowd falls down a pit of bias. We've seen similar rhetoric from politicians and tv 'personalities'. As rhetoric it's protected speech, as straight statements of non metaphorical intent, it's an imminent threat. The metaphoric rhetoric almost certainly far out masses the straight statements of non metaphorical intent, so just seeing the above is not a proper signal of a threat, though if sufficient resources exist, it may warrant some spot checks to see if there are other signals, on it's own, it shouldn't be sufficient to detain anyone. If, on it's own, that is sufficient to detain someone, then large swaths of society are arbitrarily detainable; not necessarily for those specific views, but for rhetoric of that style. At that point, certain Jefferson quotes may in fact, need to come into play. I hope that point is not imminent, that the trial turns up proper non rhetorical, non protected, signals that fully justify the detention and aren't nigh universally and arbitrarily applicable to most citizens.
Well, you'll notice that they have gotten things down to within 3 orders of magnitude of providing meaningful results on +1 vs -1. I was more answering on why it's not as easy as a single particle test, not claiming it's not possible given sufficient tests.
And you'll likely end up measuring the bias of your trap rather than the effect of gravity on the particle after the asymmetrically decaying field of your trap has given it a kick.
Private is the default setting?
That can go trivially wrong as the camera's clocks get out of sync.
I'm not sure transgendered people have gotten over the hateful things that came out of the feminist movement (maybe it can be characterized as F1 specific). I was a bit depressed to recently find that those opinions aren't just a historical aberration of the early 90s as I'd thought/hoped (Gender Slumming and it's Reconsideration for instance for the 90s sort of discourse). But alas, the attacks are still ongoing.
If I'm interacting with police, in public, please film it, no matter what state I'm in. My future welfare may depend on those recordings surviving.
Slander of Title term of art relating to false claims about significant property. It does not depend upon the medium in which the false claims are made.
I may of course be missreading things, but what I gathered is that the ex is writing insane ravings on the site (using your name placeholder) sallysmith.com, not about Sally Smith, but implicitly AS Sally Smith, with the intent of making it look like Sally Smith is a raving nutjob to those who do a search for her name. Presumably, it's a rather more unique name than Sally Smith, so there is less probability of it being ignored as a naming collision. However, as the OP's fiancee is apparently a writer, it could be written in a way to make it really look like the author of the books and the author of the crazy screed are the same person without actually claiming they are.
If the site DOES claim to be the author, the fiancee may have grounds for slander of title, or, in some jurisdictions (and heavily dependent on the content of the crazed ramblings), there may be infringement on moral rights related to the original works.