640k ought to be enough for anyone.
The claim was "convicted".
As to your other point, that too is also true. They aren't mutually exclusive, now are they?
TradeFederation: "Is it legal?"
Sith Lord: "I will make it legal"
Not just a mobile game, a Massively Multiplayer Game using GPS, Data and lots of screen time. You actually have to get up off your ass and explore your world around you. In five hours of playing, I'll have walked over 10km.
So yeah, I play five hours without stopping. I've even played 24 hours without stopping.
So you mean get rid of wide-character encodings and only use UTF-8 where unicode characters are needed? I agree.
SourceForge, the code repository site owned by Slashdot Media, has apparently seized control of the account hosting GIMP for Windows on the service, according to e-mails and discussions amongst members of the GIMP community—locking out GIMP's lead Windows developer. And now anyone downloading the Windows version of the open source image editing tool from SourceForge gets the software wrapped in an installer replete with advertisements.
Link to Original Source
My biggest issue is that I'm stuck on some ancient version of Android. OS updates are the responsibility of the carriers
This is absolutely only partially correct. It is both Carrier, and Manufacturer that hold that responsibility, jointly. Carriers have no desire to update older phones, they want you to buy a new one, ON CONTRACT! The manufacturers are too willing to bend over for the Carriers.
Phones like Nexus and OnePlus are starting to break that mold though, and I suspect that if enough people stop buying HTC/Samsung/LG
Say our 747s were space capable.
I think you mean DC-8s.
Again total crock of shit. Australian Uranium export laws http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.... Not only is mining totally and strictly regulated (no matter who the hell owns the mine, they can not even stick a shovel into the ground until approval is gained from local, state and federal government), it can only be sold to countries the Australian government has specific agreements with and is restricted to energy use only http://www.world-nuclear.org/i....
100% irrelevant to the topic I was discussing, which was ownership of U.S. uranium interests by Russia. Not only is Australia a completely different continent, its politics are also completely different. Similar in some ways, but definitely not the same.
It is the US government that is seeking to directly control the mining and export of 'AUSTRALIAN' Uranium because 31% of worlds resource and Australia already exports Uranium to China and the US. There are a whole bunch of Uranium resources yet to be touched.
Again, completely irrelevant to the topic under discussion. If I lived in Australia, I'd object to sales to China OR the U.S.... but especially China.
i get it
so "he went to alpha centauri"/ "he didn't leave at all" isn't known until you interact
there's no guaranteeing you go anywhere
schrodinger's rocket ship
yes, agreed. the idea of keeping anything larger than an atom entangled for anything longer than a second over any distance over an inch seems like a colossal almost impossible task with today's technology
i was only doing a thought experiment
in the realm of way out there then: i wonder if you could entangle a number of "copies" of yourself: dozens, hundreds, millions
you just sort of disperse throughout the universe (not interacting with anything, i know, basically impossible by today's standards)
but in an instant, if you, or someone outside, decides one "copy" of you should be the one that coheres at a given place: boom, you're there
just an interesting thought with interesting ramifications- you (or someone else) doesn't have to decide out of dozens or maybe thousands of destinations... until the very last moment. that's a pretty exotic form of "travel"
it's called desalination and it's a common mundane technology
"boiling the oceans" makes me think you have no fucking clue about the kind of scale we're talking about here
if every nation exerted every single drop of it's GDP building desalination plants, we wouldn't make the tiniest of dents in the oceans genius
CM was fine when it was a bunch of geeks playing with Android. The moment it went Public, pressure to turn a profit increased. The problem is, the that they have made enemies already, and many of them were their own champions. These actions have caused their support in the community to diminish. Can they recover? Perhaps. But I don't see them actually doing the things to keep their supporters happy.
it should not be mad max, since NONE of the ORIGINAL CAST, CREW, OR MEMBERS IS APART OF THIS NEW PROJECT AND PROBLLY FOR GOOD REASON.
As opposed to the Star Trek 2009 which had Nimoy alone, and in a bit part.
screw mad max, lets cal it what it is, Mad charlez, the rise of estrogen in a post apoplectic world..
Oh, you're one of those guys. OK. Thanks for clarifying; that explains a lot. I'm not a feminist (except in the "women are equal, we should treat them like people" sense), but you'd have to be a major MRA to have any problems with Fury Road. Oh, there was a strong woman character and Max had a peer and an equal. Shock! Horror! [insert eye roll here] If you can't enjoy Furiosa being as fierce of a survivor as Max, then there's something broken in you.