known for its superb conductivity of heat
Exactly: pinpoint heat sources will see that energy rapidly disbursed throughout the entire suit rather than stay concentrated in a hot spot.
Water's heat conductivity, its ability to spread heat out into meaninglessness, is one of the reasons why it's effective at extinguishing fires.
I think they would be very happy if the rest of Europe were utilizing GLONASS, a system they can shut down or manipulate if they need to.
But they themselves can't get it to work, as was highlighted in the link I posted. So why would a Europe unable to deploy Galileo use GLONASS instead of GPS?
And it certainly isn't like Europe doesn't have its own space launch capabilities.
Russia has absolutely nothing to gain and much to lose by trying to fuck with this launch.
like some sort of Parakeet Wizard
At least he seems able to keep bird crap off his face, unlike some other wizards.
Are the accounts "linked?"
I'm asking more about what happens to DRM'd content that was purchased from Sony's ebook store now that Sony is pulling out (e.g. authorization servers).
Not even a week ago: Gaza's Only Power Plant Knocked Offline
Hamas can't even power their social media campaign (i.e. their lifeblood) continuously, but we're supposed to believe they can coordinate rocket fire over the same internet while also deploying Aperture science into their tunnels?
And this from an unnamed IDF contractor talking to a media outlet that has quite literally called for the genocide of Palestinians?
Good job, guys.
Visit central America then get back to us.
Work at McDonald's or Walmart (or more likely both) for a living and get back to us.
Markets in poor neighborhoods carry what 'poor' people buy
They buy what gives them the most calories per dollar, while also focusing on foods that require the least preparation time (since their work typically leaves them with little time to spare). End result: saturated fat, refined sugar and sodium, with very little in the way of necessary vitamins and minerals.
Poverty is now owning... a car out of warranty!
For most of the United States, owning a car is a necessity for both working and buying food.