Resistance is V/I.
A citation from the police is bad. A citation from the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is good.
Uh.... whoosh? Where did I state otherwise? I was simply pointing out that the original idea was to tax per capita, and not on income.
The Constitution gave the power of the federal government to tax STATES w/ apportionment based on the census, NOT the power to tax individuals directly or on non-direct income. That was changed with the 16th Amendment.
Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers...
The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.
The dongle receivers are typically I/Q receivers.
I'm MUCH more comfortable with seeds that have mutagenesis induced by external UV than I am with seeds that have cross-species (and sometimes cross-kingdom) genes inserted into them. I would be less comfortable with seeds that have mutagenesis induced by chemical means.
And did this plane have phones in the back of the seat in front of you
No, it did not. In fact, I can't remember the last time I saw a 'flight phone' in a seat. I think most airlines have ripped those out in favor of 'entertainment centers'.
I flew on American Airlines last week (after the recent relaxation of in-flight electronics rules). They offered WiFi on the plane for 'a nominal fee', but specifically prohibited VOIP and other phonecall-like behavior.
I HOPE that sets a precedent - I REALLY do not want to be on a plane with cell phone yakkers.
The actual size might not be a big deal, but if the atomically thin size provides better thermal stability or phase noise, then it's a major win regardless.
Your readings will not be 100% correct if you have inductive or capacitive loads. See power factor to see why current measurements in AC systems are not necessarily representative of 'real' power. It would be better to invest in a kill-o-watt to see real vs apparent power.
That was the hottie from the original A-Team, you realize?
...virtualization is fast enough...
I know of one specific example where virtualization is too fast - I'm told that Motorola's app to program their radios had to be run on an actual ancient system.
The link in your sig is broken.