We'd still need surgery for injury.
Which reminds me- is a firearm truly the best way to create a projectile weapon on a 3D printer?
It seems to me that there should be a way to exceed a firearm's muzzle velocity, with a properly designed kinetic spring of some sort, thus building a weapon that requires neither metal nor gunpowder.
That doesn't look like a citation to me.
Seems to me a raspberi pi, four stepper motors, and a couple of good accelerometers could easily compensate for that.
Either that, or just make your rocket bottom heavy.
What's wrong with using a balloon, to lift your rocket until the balloon explodes, THEN kick in the engines?
CIA agents wearing black suits? What do you THINK their uniform is?
September was in winter?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monowheel , thanks for reminding me that the word is gerbiling, not hamstering.
But at least he taught me something: That Sir Isaac Newton was a proto-Mormon.
I know 45 minutes in I was blowing a
I do know this, it beeps quite loudly at anything over a
My wife gave me a breathalyzer as a joke. I rarely drink away from where I am sleeping for the night, to make the world safer for me.
I decided to try this cheap-ass pocket AAA battery run breathalyzer out. I took a shot of vodka, blew a 0.07. I waited 15 minutes, blew a 0.02. How drunk do you have to be to not pass a breathalyzer?
How about Bar Interlocks? "Want a drink? Blow into this device. I can serve you if you're under
As I remember, the "happy ending" in Manna was only available to those whose ancestors had the foresight to invest in the libertarian Australia Project.....
That was my thought. I want to know the location of his sea steading city so that if I'm forced to be a pirate, I know where to raid for supplies.
Basis Peak, if they ever get the notification software, is a good start, but it needs voice recognition.
Of course, I suppose, if you had a Pebble, you could just program it to bring up voice rec on your smart phone and use your bluetooth headset.