Neither does light. What's your point?
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No, you broke something that was previously correct.
One does not simply walk into Slashdot.
You can easily determine the cubic volume of a spherical cavity by using the formula: V = 4/3 PI R^3.
However, in the case of your image, the volume would probably be better matched by a cylindrical volume: V = PI R^2 H
On second thought, a one-sheet hyperboloid would probably be the best match.
No, the American astronomer who discovered red shift and has a space telescope named after him.
I'll stick to analog VHS. it has a warmer quality you just cant get with digital.
I am using the new Steam UI, and it does not have this issue. All the font rendering is unsmoothed.
That's the problem with randomness: you can never be sure
Do you realize just how far away the moon is from Earth?
This to-scale image should give you an idea of just how ridiculous this idea is.
- All of your money belongs to them.
Just make them spherical.
nothing of value was gained.
PNG will be smaller when the image contains large areas of the same color.
Rasterized vector graphics is usually great for this.
The the image the parent linked to is a perfect candidate for PNG compression.
You have made my day, thanks!