APL is easy?? Feh - it's all Greek to me.
I was about to make a similar comment, having just noticed this. If you zoom in on the lake, you can see it clearly on the right side of the dam.
There was of course a lot of cgi in the movie but
the cgi was there to tell a story- not to render action scenes.
An action movie with rendered action doesn't connect emotionally.
When those guys swinging around on poles showed up- i had a gut reaction.
Making an action film and then using cgi for the action scenes usually lacks just enough realism that I don't have an emotional reaction to the action. That emotion is why I'm willing to put down good money to see a movie.
MM:FR was decent. As everyone else says- so little acting and so few words- but combined with incredible action scenes and a lot of genuine stunts. I probably won't ever see it again but I don't feel like I wasted my money.
Simple enough - nuclear warheads wear out. They get stale, They cease to function. They must be replaced.
The US had millions of rounds of 50 caliber machine gun ammo left after WWII - enough to last through all the wars since then. Is that stock still around? No - it was destroyed and replaced with fresh ammo. Same deal with nukes - they are not a solid block of stone, so they do no last forever. No complex weapon does.
A/C is overrated. You can adapt to warmer or colder climates to a certain degree (pun intended). I'm 56 yrs old and went running in 103F just a year ago...well hydrated, and monitoring my HR.
I vote for grape.
Not exactly the Pentagon, and it wasn't today...the article is dated 8 May.
The decision to increase security at U.S. bases was made by Admiral Bill Gortney, commander of the U.S. Northern Command, responsible for troops in North America, Warren said. The decision did not affect bases outside his region.
The Pentagon has increased security for unkown reasons at many bases today.
What election is in six months?
Wait, who was convicted?
No wonder nobody is answering the phone at customer service.
In all seriousness, this is a shame, but why the fuck is it on Slashdot?
Great, that's not what we're discussing.
Given that we only have one earth, this is a problem.
Without taking sides on the actual issue, are you telling us you can't imagine experiments that don't require the whole planet, or that couldn't be repeated? Really?
D.C. has speed cameras...no cop required to issue you a ticket.