This StackExchange question has a nice answer showing why you have to be at the equator to have a geostationary orbit...
The question is, would he have done this even if not running for president?
The answer is obviously yes, based on past behavior. Rand Paul has been one of the few people willing to go on record voting against things he does not agree with, instead of not voting at all.
So while of course some element of it is PR, that is not the core reason as to why he did this.
researchers say that's up for interpretation
What good is a law if it cannot let the government arrest Sandor silence anyone arbitrarily based on the prevailing political winds?
I have had a Zenfone2 for over a month now. I am at about 50% after 16 hours with moderate usage- checking email connected to Zenwatch, streaming music for a few hours, and checking a few websites through out the day, and play a few games.
Everything feels smooth and no lag anywhere. While I have heard of some folks with applications not working on an Atom, I have not experienced any issues. Hulu, Netflix, Youtube all play smooth and cast to my Chromecast fine. Games play fantastic.
Overall it has been a very nice phone and I am more pleased with it than my prior Nexus 5.
Why not an RC Zeppelin with nuclear RTG powered fans, that also uses excess power to generate replacement hydrogen from ambient moisture.
Now THAT sucker would be up there forever. I'd live in one if I could.
The website you get following the "hydrocopter" link in the article states pretty clearly:
HYCOPTER is being readied for a record flight endurance of 4 hours, or 8 to 10 times the average flight duration of equivalent systems today.
Which is about right based on even high-end drones consumers use today.
The article has a picture of the CURRENTLY WORKING drone. It doesn't have large tanks of anything, it has two small tubes of hydrogen.
I think you have greatly miscalculated the pressures needed by this system. It's not storing pounds of the stuff, just 4oz or so across two fairly large tubes...
They've invented the acoustic coupler!
I did - the facts are that the Clinton foundation claims to be a charity, but uses almost none of the money collected for charity. The facts are that the foundation gained a huge boost in donations from people while Clinton was in the state department, from people/governments who had matters being decided by the state department...
If you want to ignore the facts, fine. Just don't claim to be for them at the same time.
Sure, if by "never contacted" you mean "given lots of money, along with other people on the panel, to vote a specific way".
Are you really so naive? You don't even have to dislike the clintons to understand the fundamental flow of money involved here and just how easy it is for that to have an effect on the results.
It's also stupid on the face of things to claim Clinton had no influence when donations to her charity fell drastically after she left the state dept... You don't need a tinfoil hat to pick up the subtle single there.
Yes but in the 90's you burned CDs of 80's songs.
and even hand-burned CDs of stuff you downloaded way back when
Just casually tossed out at the end there... when in fact that was the primary goal.
He wants to build the largest collection of 80's Mix CD's EVER ASSEMBLED, probably for some kind of evil sonic weapon.
Well sir, you will have my CD's and my wishes for luck in whatever scheme you have hatched, I ask only that you spare me or at least email me beforehand when to put on earmuffs.
SolStats shows a chart from UK Department of Energy and Climate Change, that says UK electricity prices have jumped 50% higher than five years ago
Just curious which one of you is lying - the UK trying to scare people into buying more alternative energy as
AAC files downloaded from iTunes work fine on all Sony gear (including the PlayStation). And quite a lot of other audio gear.
And of course, you can run iTunes on a Linux box if you really want to - it's not like a few extra steps are a problem for a Linux user.
And iTunes is available on Windows also - just sayin'