You're missing the point. Yes hauling them back is useless. They would be used in space. Getting materials to orbit is incredibly expensive.
If you think you saw this product on slashdot.org, you're right. You did. http://hardware.slashdot.org/story/13/04/22/0145252/omnidirectional-treadmill-the-ultimate-fps-input-device
Governments like making an example out of hackers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Mitnick
Yeah but Amazon charges sales tax in my state and Newegg still doesn't. Plus you can get an indefinite free trial of Shoprunner if you dig around the internet hard enough.
I still recovering from the loss of iGoogle
I don't think GPS is accurate enough for this. When using my phone for driving directions it routinely has difficulty telling if I'm on the highway or access road next to it.
Makes me think of the precogs in Minority Report
Is it space elevator time yet?
Space Vikings? Reavers are no joking matter.
He is no longer a congressman: http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/07/12/ron-paul-will-not-seek-re-election/
I could understand this if Windows was a free product with an ad-free pro upgrade but for a full product this is inexcusable
Why would I go into Barnes & Noble when they charge more for items in-store than they do on their website?
You mean like Maker Faire?
How much of an impact would it have if the Catholic Church OK'd condoms?