Maybe the nuclear blast is the little nudge for a big enough object.
You have a bit more time to polish up your resumes. Don't treat it as anything else.
I'm hoping that the $2 dollars is going to update a number of things, and not just the one system. Seems like you could rig up a VM to do the Commodore's work and a Raspberry Pi at each school to send the signals over the internet instead of OTA for probably about $5,000 in parts and $20k in labor.
Stolen credit cards?
An interesting side note to this. A buddy of mine in venture capital use a fax machines all of the time to send documents back and forth because email and any "store communications" they are required to keep copies of for regulators and other review. Since the fax machines don't "store" information, at least not long term enough to count, they are not required to keep copies of info sent or received over fax.
I remember not to long ago to play the latest PC games you needed to upgrade your CPU which meant upgrading your motherboard and memory about every 18 months. I think I have been rocking the same Core i5-2500K cpu for almost four years now, and it still sits at the top tier of the Tom's Hardware gaming CPU chart.
I realize this has occurred because games have become much more GPU dependant, but it is still a big money saver for me.
To get anything done you have to set attainable goals.
It is not reasonable to stay that we will be off of all fossil fuels by 2040. It just isn't, baring some technological breakthrough.
So what you do is set goals and milestones to reach that end results. If you want to be 100% sustainable energy at some point in the future, you try to be 20% less by some milestone and then another 20% less by another.
2100 may be too long for some people, we need to start somewhere. No agreement at all is the same as setting the year at 2200.
Lucky for us we are just 30 years away until fusion energy solves all of our problems.
Haha. The code to my condo complex is #3.
At least scan in whatever photo ID the test taker is showing up with.
Please teach all kids how to type at least 70-80 wpm. It is a skill they will use forever.
Say a lie detector is correct 90% of the time. That would certainly be useful in a variety of situations as long as the results were supplemented by other information.
But would you want to use that in court? Juries would be so biased to follow whatever the lie detector said, no matter what the other evidence showed.
There is a reason we still use them, just not in court proceeding.
I live in NYC, so basically sea level, but both my apartment (25th floor) and my office (22nd floor) would be above 150 feet.
Live in NYC, and just got back from Tokyo.
The train system in the Northeast is a joke compared to anywhere in Europe and a hilarious joke compared to Japan.
Get your water where the Colorado river reaches the sea
This is an interesting idea. What would happen if we diverted most of the Colorado river to a piping system to southern California?
I'm sure Mexico would be pissed, but so what?