The charges could put him in jail for 7 years. That's up to the judge to decide, the officers are not responsible for that. (I'll couple that with my opinion that mandatory minimum sentences is the legislature interfering with the judiciary and executive branches, and needs to go away)
I'm sure you have. Care to share some examples?
That same bullshit happens no matter what you're looking at. They're teenagers. They'll see genitalia anywhere they look for more than 10 minutes.
You'll note I left gender off of that... because gender doesn't matter much, here.
It would take a significant market penetration just to get to the point that night charging in this way would even offset the growth of electricity demand, let alone start counteracting the current incentives.
You say this like it wasn't a perfectly valid reason to shit on it...
Also, DX12 = the fail. News flash: there are more platforms now than Windows. Locking yourself into that ecosystem is pretty 20th century.
No argument there, but progress needs to happen somewhere. We'll all benefit from it in the long run.
The focus appears to be on the shader pipeline and raw polycount. Shadow sample sizes may not be their focus.
Even with 4 GPUs, this level of detail with realtime rendering is impressive. If you were bitching about non-realtime, I'd be on your side, but this is realtime.
It is designed such that this would never be an issue. Why? Because you have to skip several critical maintenance periods to hit it. Imagine if you, somehow, kept your car engine running for two years. Ignoring the logistics of this, doing so means you cannot have changed your oil etc.
Now, if it was on the order of 11 hours, that would be more of a concern.
... not when they would all have nearly the exact same runtime - they would all hit the failsafe at around the same time.
Not that this should ever happen in the air - as others have said, if the thing manages to run for this long, someone hasn't been doing maintenance.
Conservation of linear momentum is a mathematical consequence of translational symmetry - in other words, momentum is conserved if the laws of physics are invariant in space. Similarly, angular momentum is conserved if the laws of physics are invariant by rotation.
And energy is conserved if the system is invariant over a translation in time.
Hooray for Emmy Noether.
.. the year of the HURD desktop?
Nah. More like 2060.
This might be another Cold Fusion moment. Or, it might be the start of something very interesting.
When an experiment contradicts a theory, there are two possibilities: (1) there's something wrong with the experiment; or (2) there's something wrong with the theory. If the correct answer is (1), then it's par for the course: mistakes happen, and the process of science corrects them eventually. But if the correct answer is (2) then it's cork-popping time, because you have discovered new science.
Especially the "demonstrate" part.
How can you patent something that's already in production and exists?! I'm gonna patent farting!
You're too late