Actually, more like 60.
Actually, more like 60.
Every time someone mention how "perfect" our solar system is, this blog post comes to my mind. You think one habitable planet is cool? How about 24?!?
At a hearing on May 1, Shelby said that “NASA is spending billions to help private companies develop a launch vehicle, but has little to no access to the books and records associated with its investment.”
The White House responded stating
their concern “about language that would seek to apply accounting requirements unsuitable for a firm, fixed-price acquisition.” The House said that changes made would “likely increasing the program’s cost and potentially delaying its schedule.”
As previously posted on Slashdot, loosing access to these motors could impact up to 31 scheduled missions.
So why is Senator Shelby siding with Boeing and the Russians?
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby today discussed important issues facing Alabama and the nation, including job growth, during his visit to the United Launch Alliance (ULA) production facility in Decatur, Ala., where ULA manufactures both Atlas and Delta launch vehicles.
“In light of sustained high unemployment rates, I am pleased that ULA employs hundreds of Alabamians and plans to hire dozens more producing the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle here in Decatur,” said Sen. Shelby. “These high-skilled workers assemble a unique national asset whose success currently underpins the very existence of our national security space program. ULA’s presence is welcome in Alabama. I appreciate the opportunity to have a conversation with the company’s workers and the citizens of Decatur to discuss our country’s deepest challenges and lay out a positive vision for the future.”
So Red White and Blue Senator Shelby has decided that jobs in his state and campaign contributions (a.k.a bribes) from Boeing are more important then access to space. He also seems to have forgotten the American values of free enterprise and technical innovation in favor of state sponsored entrenched interests in both the US (Boeing) and Russia (NPO Energomash).
I wonder what Shelby is doing on the Fourth of July?
It's a 2012 siggraph (Asia) paper. Here's the link with the video.
The nuclear accident of Fukushima has yet to kill *a single person* due to radiation. I don't know where you get your data, but surely it's not factual.
This might very well be true, but does not stop me from dreaming (and salivating at the prospect).
My personal theory is that we killed all mammoths because they were delicious. Can't wait to taste one!
It is going to be free under the Olympics, but afterward you'll have to be a Virgin customer or pay £££.
Nope, it's a full fledged IDE, since I am compiling, running and debugging the program under windows. It is just that it will end up running on a linux box eventually.
The code you write can be compiled on multiple platforms, but the development is done in windows. Or you think xbox/ps3/wii dev is done using an IDE on the console?
Well, I use it for multi-platform C++ development and IMHO it is the best IDE for that language out there.
Compared to *any* other common energy source, coal is by far the worse.
Oh, and a quick google search returned this. Apparently, filter or not, Germany still made into the top 10.
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?