The weakest link is not the length of your keypair.
Apparently, the market failed the stress test, and that's why people are looking for someone to blame.
Who defines what is charitable work? Is saving souls not charitable?
The rules are simple. Convince/convert enough people with power and it's a religion.
With that kind of thinking, America will be the next to get nuked.
That was religious disparaging, not racial.
Studies don't prove things. Studies fail to disprove things. Correlation doesn't imply causation, but it certainly is consistent with a theory of causation. It's also consistent with the theory that the purported effect is actually the cause, and the cause is the effect.
Oh, wait. The article specifically said, " those who could no longer legally buy cannabis did better in their studies" (emphasis mine), so cancel my parent post..
I don't think the purpose of this article is to convince lawmakers to make marijuana illegal, but rather to convince university students to not smoke pot.
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Why don't you hire women?
So, was there a non-disclosure agreement? You don't have a statutory right to not have your ideas stolen.
Because history shows us that it turns out bad. When bigots are a small minority, it's ok to let the free market deal with the problem. When they are in the majority, or when they wield a majority of the power, the free market gets ugly. Just look at pre-civil rights era segregation.
Surely, this situation has come up thousands of times already. I thought the precedent was that it is basically legal.
This experiment measures the power level where spontaneous emission becomes comparable to stimulated emission.
You have a similar situation in a laser. A laser works on the principle of stimulated emission. When you pass laser light of an appropriate frequency through an excited laser cavity, the light is amplified, since the light stimulates nearby particles to emit more light. So the light grows exponentially with the length of some cavity until saturating (by fully de-exciting the cavity). But, where does the initial "seed" light come from in a laser? The laser cavity also emits light via spontaneous emission. So what you have is some combination of spontaneous and stimulated emission. The stimulated emission ramps up exponentially and dwarfs the spontaneous emission, which is always present.
Stimulated emission can be treated using classical mechanics by treating the medium as an amplifier. But spontaneous emission must be treated quantum mechanically. Of course, stimulated emission can also be treated with quantum mechanics. So quantum mechanics is valid all the time, but classical mechanics is only valid above a certain point.