Second, windows need not be "darkened" to provide solar power. Most of the energy in sunlight is not in the visible spectrum.
Real world reporters on crime-beat tend to blame society now,
And oddly enough crime rates have dropped drastically in the last 20 years. Turns out finger-pointing wasn't all that effective after all.
US only contributes 22%.
The US "only" contributes 22% of the UN budget? Not only is that more than double what the next country contributes (and more than 3x what the top European country contributes), but 22% is also the maximum allowed for a contribution for the period of 2013-2015 (the minimum is 0.001%). The US is at the max, we can't contribute any more, sorry. Maybe all of Europe can step up and help out a little more to lower our $618 million bill. Here is the document that lists the actual contributions from each country, and the rules for contributions are here.
Uhm, thats what commonality is...
Im afraid that the F/A-18E/F has less than 10% commonality with the C/D. Its an entirely new aircraft.
There was a time in England when you paid fire fighters insurance. They marked the houses that had paid. Houses that didn't pay - well, picture two Mafia heavies sauntering up the driveway, making comments about how combustible things are and what a pity it would be if an accident were to.... happen. (Terry Pratchett made a reference to this in his books because it is such a sick, evil and yet utterly predictable outcome.)
The service became one of the first truly national services because organized crime syndicates, even firefighting ones, are not approved of.
By moving mills away from slicing the arms off children to being run by trained adults interested in mill work, those children got to have this thing called education. Instead of being a burden to others, they became valued members of society, including scientists and engineers.
The left was arguably a major factor in the Enlightenment, without which no science could be done except in secret from the conservatives.
A large proportion of schools and universities in Britain were founded, funded and run by the left. No left, no Faraday, no Rutherford, no Turing, no Crick or Watson - name something you can't live without and I can show those components that would not exist without left-wing establishments, left-wing idealists and left-wing philosophies.
Can you name anything, anything at all, developed because of right-wing ideology?
The really interesting science, that is, there is no guarantee of a return accountants would recognize as such. (Scientists consider no result a result.)
In space science, this is worsened by rockets failing, the harsh conditions of space wrecking probes, the hazards of space junk, the very long-term nature of the work, the fact that all costs are up-front and the commercial rewards beyond satellite relays are never tangibly linked to space research by the public, creating the illusion that space has done nothing.
Just cut back on projects. Starting with those involving spending money in districts whose politicians work to cripple NASA. Remember, we're coming up to yet another election year and there's no news like bad news to shape the outcomes.
Dell isn't always the seller as there are commercial resellers and outlets that stock Dell equipment - PC World for instance.
My wife has had the top edge power button on her iPhone4 die 3 times now, and each time Apple wanted £119 to replace the unit - she now doesn't have an iPhone and won't ever have an iPhone again.
The variable power load would very based on the instructions but we are not really interested in the instructions we are interested in the data. Doing an instruction on any data should cause the same power draw so how do they extract the data?
There's an 8MB PDF linked from the summary that has your name all over it. Instead of asking questions like that and waiting for the answer and ignoring all of the work that they did in producing the paper, just read the paper and get the answers.
So it can only work with some keys?
It is a chosen-ciphertext attack, not a chosen-key attack.
The summary really does not answer the questions.
Yeah, no shit. The summary is not supposed to answer all of the question. You know what is supposed to answer the questions? The paper.
The idea that the sound can extract the data violates the Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem.
Don't tell me, tell them. Review their paper, find the flaws in it, and tell them. That's what peer review is about.
What sounds does a cpu make?
They describe that in the paper's summary.
Or better yet how does a CPU make sound?
They describe that in the first line of the paper's summary, and also in question 2 of the Q&A.
The clock speeds are in the GHZ range so it is so far outside of the sound range of any microphone it just is not funny.
They address that at the end of the first paragraph of the paper's summary, and also in question 8.
Throw in that all cpus today have more than one core you will have a more than one code stream executing at one time.
They address that in question 12.
Throw in the sound of the fans running to make picking up the sound just seem very unlikely.
Also in question 12.
Until it is duplicated I would really doubt it.
OK, thanks for the valuable feedback.
the Nyquist limit of the audio sampling hardware of a cell phone over instruction rate of a modern CPU is a pretty small fraction.