fishing contributes maybe 1 percent of Spain's gdp; Catalonia's gdp is 20 percent of Spain's.
I'm sure that there's a scenario in which Little Green Men lay the groundwork for a successful independence vote and subsequent Irish annexation.
Even at 1:2, you really have a camera with a 6cm wide sensor?
Hah. Good Point. The lens in question is full frame, but I have a APS-C body. Still, Rodenstock, among others does make a large format macro lens for 4x5 cameras.
Yep. I recently acquired a inexpensive macro zoom lens. At 1:2-- yes, yes, it's not true macro-- I have to hold the camera very close-- a few centimetres-- to whatever I'm trying to focus on. At the faster f-stops, the depth of field is wafer thin-- a good photographer with a fast macro can make that lens "bulge" disappear. Most macro technique involves stopping down the aperture (and consequently needing to use some sort of flash) and focus stacking to get as much depth of field as possible-- neglecting to do so for artistic reasons is quite doable.
USA taxes should only apply in the USA
And especially not to revenue earned (or, to be fair, booked) in the Cayman Islands!
The new Apple Watches (except the "Sport" version) do use sapphire for their screens.
Presumably that's because athletes are more willing than other market segments to pay to repair or replace broken items.
Nope-- they would drop frames. The write speed is not sufficient for raw 4k video. It's good for about 1.5 hours of video, perhaps even more since 95MB/sec is the read speed, and not the (almost certainly) slightly slower write speed, and of course, it's unlikely that the camera will produce data at this exact speed.
The blackmagic cameras are typically used with SSDs. even though some SanDisk extreme Pro SDCards support 280 MB/s reads. This 512 GB card is hogtied by its slow speed, even though 95 MB/s would ordinarily be regarded as pretty speedy.
The range is 30 miles. Periodically, the busses will fully recharge in seven and half minutes.
StarMetro in Tallahassee, which has a fleet of 72 diesel buses, found itself coping with budget problems when the price of diesel spiked in 2007. Fuel is typically the second-highest cost for a transit system, behind labor. StarMetro was Proterra’s third customer, ordering three buses in 2010 and two more in 2011, backed by federal funds. “We put them on our most visible route,” said Ralph Wilder, superintendent of transit maintenance. The buses can easily handle the 18-mile loop, which runs from Tallahassee Community College to the Governor’s Square Mall. On this route, all buses stop for 10 minutes in the middle, to wait for connections, so charging up the electric ones doesn’t add any time to the trips. Recharging takes about 7.5 minutes.
So, $825,000 for the electric bus, but only $80,000 in fuel costs over 12 years, vs $447,000 for a diesel bus with $500,000 in fuel costs. In theory, economical, but there are also air quality improvements-- depending on how the electricity is sourced.
personal hygiene is actually practised
Quite right. Simple measures
Wash your hands, cover your mouth while coughing, seal the gloves of your suit with duct tape, stay home from work, use a glovebox, Get plenty of sleep and exercise, decontaminate yourself with a disinfectant shower, manage your stress, ensure that the air is filtered and sterilized,, drink plenty of fluids, decontaminate and sterilize your garbage, and eat healthy food.
Real geeks do not care about grammar.
Obviously, you've never had to write a compiler.
oled displays promise inky blacks-- as there isn't a backlight to bleed through.
I have a 14 megapixel camera; a 14 megapixel display would complement it nicely.
To import natural gas, you either need pipelines connected to your supplier, or a seaport capable of deliquifying natural gas. Of course, your supplier needs to have seaports capable of liquifying natural gas for transport.
There are three plants in the Americas-- Atlantic, in Trinidad-Tobago. Kenai, in Alaska. and Peru. A further plant is being built in Louisiana, Cheniere Sabine, Pass which is currently boasting of its expansion to a bi directional facility, meaning of course, that it currently only has facilities for importing gas, not exporting it
So, not quite fungible. Not nearly as much as petroleum.
Tim Cook once said: “If you want me to do things only for ROI reasons, you should get out of this stock."
Besides, your faith in boards is disturbing.