NASA has been doing this for a while... I remember when they announced it as "yesterday's coffee is now today's coffee"... everybody thought it was witty and cool. I guess Californians don't make good astronauts.
An icy core with a napalm mantle... disguised under an unassuming flaky pastry crust.
Nearly all labs have an online LTD (Laboratory Test Directory), so it should be trivial to look it up, however without knowing which facility the testing was done at (often not the same as the facility where the samples were taken) it's impossible to say exactly what those test codes are.
The CPT codes are much more revealing, but it should be noted that many different tests could fall under the same CPT billing code, and it is also possible to bill multiple CPTs for a single test (depending on the utility of that test). It appears as if that's the case because looking those CPT codes up in the 2015 list yields: 87481 = CANDIDA DNA AMP PROBE, 87491 = CHYLMD TRACH DNA AMP PROBE, 87798 = DETECT AGENT NOS DNA AMP. All three of those tests could be performed from a single swab. To me it sounds like the NY Times writer is just being lazy and not doing any research... it also sounds like she likes to party.
"Are you older than 49 or younger".
There really is no wrong answer here...
Yessss... muhah ha haha... and once we've dealt with the Christians, we can move on to the Zen Buddhists!
Examine your heart when you say things like this.
What I'm hearing when I read this, is that cell phone technology has some kind of weakness so severe, that just a whiff of the exploit will set experts on the obvious path to uncovering it... thus to leak any information at all will provide security researchers with everything they need to figure it out and fix it. Once that is done, the value of stingray devices will be moot. Or in other words... c'mon security researchers, you're so damn close the government can taste it!
I like this one better...
...considering that self-driving cars are just a few weeks away?
I'm not so sure about that... I opted out of the millimeter scan once, only to have the agent performing the pat-down tell me "next time you should ask for a female agent to pat you down"... I replied that I wanted him to be as uncomfortable as I was... reflecting on that moment, I'm no longer sure that was a witty thing to say.
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But still: why would CBS corporate want that to persist, for years, regardless of the reason why their forum is a hang out place for intolerant morons?
Because their advertisers don't mind paying to show their products to ignorant racists?
Succeed or fail, each of these attempts promises to produce some pretty spectacular video... the last rocket/barge incursion produced an explosion that even Michael Bay can't top.
I have long stated that without greed, any form of government would work. From Capitalism to Communism. All are ruined by the impure heart. Each form of government protects against one form of greed while letting another run rampant.
Um... if they had access to free electricity, perhaps they should sell it, since the whole issue at hand is that bitcoins are worth less than the electricity required to produce them. Call me crazy....
So China is saying that because they are being attacked, they can't possibly have people doing the attacking?