Why not just take a little piece of paper, and write "see other side" on both sides?
The latest Scientific American has an article about a newish bayesianized quantum theory. To the limited extent that I understand it, the wave function is just the bayesian priors - what you think before you collect the evidence. The only thing that collapses when you measure something is your ignorance about the state of the universe.
Not edgy, like the previous thread?
I think Mother Theresa would choose not to print anything.
She was a friend of poverty, not of the poor, and considered suffering to be a state of grace.
She was a rather nasty piece of work, who kept the poor in poverty, and prevented many dying people from getting access to medicine.
So you're saying she was a Republican?
Mother Theresa would print a Plastic Jesus for the Popemobile, and Gandhi would print a dildo for Mother Theresa.
The two causes are not mutually exclusive, and I say this as a gun enthusiast who would not fire a 3D-printed gun with his own 2 hands.
I shoot with my 3D printed hand. You should see the looks on peoples' faces when I have my hands in the air, and suddenly the 3D printed hand whips out a 3D printed gun and shoots them right between the eyes.
At least 90% of the results I see from government-funded 'science' look to be a total waste of my tax dollars.
Given a randomly selected tax-funded scientific research project, 99% of us aren't qualified to say whether it is or isn't a waste of tax dollars.
You would have been more persuasive if you'd used all-caps on more words.
Perhaps you mean that you'd "guess that already 95% of people working in the IT field are autistic".
(or is that observation too obsessively detail oriented?) (you have no idea how long I struggled with where to put "already"... )
You're confusing "autistic" with "anal retentive".
Zero in on the source of the cyberattack, and end it.
Ummmm... and if the attack originates in a highly distributed bot-net? What about the script-kiddie is on US soil?
Or professionals launching the attacks from script kiddies' compromised machines.
Iran had airgaps too, but that didn't protect them against Stuxnet. Air-gaps are good, but not sufficient.
Problem with air gaps is, most people have an air gap between their ears.
Your conclusion is probably right, but one workaround would be for Congress to grant the utilities big bucks to fix it, whereupon entrepreneurs with solutions (and con artists with "solutions") would pop up all over. That would take care of (1), (2), and (4).
Not sure I like that suggestion, but admittedly it is in our national interest to do something about it.
I vaguely remember reading that our national grids are a mere hop and a skip of the Grim Reaper, even without cyberattacks.
Tuner. It's tuner you illiterate tool.
No, it's 'tuna'.
Do not install Xbox One in the bedroom and/or avoid having sex in the same room as your Xbox One.
Which room does your Xbox One have sex in?
One Tool to "do" them all, and in the darkness * them.