Where's the seismometer? Three would have been nice. It could have dropped them off at three different places.
Or they could already come programmed from a "trusted" factory. It's not like that hasn't happened before. Yikes!
The movie 2001? They land on the moon and descend into a pit.
So I guess there's no question that we know every detail of what happens as a star is collapsing and that the photons didn't just take longer than we think they should to make their way out? And, also, wasn't this optical photons they were looking for? What if there was a brightening, but below the threshold of the detectors? If it's radio/X-rays/etc. then see the first sentence.
Oops...read the article. 302 neurons. They were not looking at all of them.
We're going to need a computer to figure that all out.
:) Thanks for the info. I guess I'd better go find something to read on the subject. It all, literally, boggles the mind. Did that nematodes brain actually only have a couple/few dozen neurons?
Do neurons just fire or not fire in a binary fashion, or are there different levels/voltages of on and off?
So you mean it might be safe to poke one button on a coke machine and purchase a Coke again without worrying about Amazon's lawyers showing up behind you? Whoa!
If only we could shut down Eric's like they did Rick's.
The NSA was pissed, because all of the Chinese espionage traffic was slowing down their espionage traffic, and with everyone only getting an equal slice of the bandwidth...well Holder had to to something.
Now I AM going to buy all the books and read them after the TV thing is over. I hope just about all "modern" word processor writers just felt a slap in the face, although part of it must be the users fault too.
-- Waiting semi-patiently for next weeks episode.
Right. "Oh what a wonderful world" it would be if all the power you needed was "free", but with the number of people we have, and will have, that's never going to happen, and if it ever does it's not going to happen anytime soon. Plus, now there are lawsuits against wind farms, because they are killing eagles. We need a good ol' fashioned plague. What was the number of people needed to populate another planet (an article a few weeks ago)? 10,000 to 40,000? Sounds good to me.
How much social injury does having no electricity cause?
Yeah, but isn't it going to take like 10^500 (or is it 10^800?) years for all of the baryons to fizzle out? Rats. More code to write.
Does this mean I don't have to worry about Tuesday January 19, 2038 at 03:14:07 UTC anymore? What's the new date/time when things will crash and burn?