Exactly, my storebought computer didn't have 8 MB until the 90s.
So your beef is with Regular Expressions?
Yes, any humanoid species that evolved under a red sun would be regarded by us as some sort of "super man" he would likely be faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.
If you want torque then electric is the obvious choice.
Sure, but we can sum the very little power from many sources.
If the car is electric it could be powered by waste heat from industrial processes and primary power generation.
Planck length is the only rational measure of distance.
He doesn't know how to use the three seashells!
The problem is that the antivaxers have had their shots. It's their kids that are being put at risk. There is also the problem that they reduce herd immunity and put at risk individuals who are legitimately unable to have vaccinations such as very young babies and those with certain autoimmune diseases.
I've always thought that cork flooring was well suited to wet environments.
I wouldn't have had to make my bed if only we had the gold standard! Fiat currency causes dirty dishes.
Because the earlier argument was that Nintendo was a bunch of bandwagon jumpers that are just getting into fitness.
So is it a bandwagon or a past fad?
Its primary purpose is to inform the citizen of their intended place in the scheme of checks and balances. The right to keep and bear arms is primarily meant as a counterweight to the ability of the government to use arms on the citizen, in instances where the other existing checks and balances have failed. It is both a deterrent to government corruption and a last resort for a population which finds themselves oppressed.
This is simply not true. If we look at either of the two texts of the second amendment:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
As passed by congress
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
As ratified by the states
and take into account the role that militias played at that point in history. We can see that the primary focus of the second amendment is for the government to be able to quickly raise an army to defend against external aggression. The obsession with the possibility that we'll need to rise up against the government in a violent coup is a relatively new invention likely originating in southern angst over the failed revolution.
That's not how it works.