sciencehabit writes: A U.S. atom smasher has made an important scientific contribution 3.5 years after it shut down. Scientists are reporting that the Tevatron collider in Batavia, Illinois, has provided new details about the nature of the famed Higgs boson — the particle that's key to physicists' explanation of how other fundamental particles get their mass and the piece in a theory called the standard model. The new result bolsters the case that the Higgs, which was discovered at a different atom smasher, exactly fits the standard model predictions.
Geneva Convention?, if I remember correctly after all it started in Lake Geneva, in the late 60s. All type of Gaming, or it was the last time I went about 3 years ago but is considered wargames convention more that a Role Playing convention and was founded by Gary Gygax who co-created D&D. It was about 56,000 attendance last year.
v3rgEz writes: The NY Times looks at how local police are fighting to keep their use of cell phone surveillance secret, including signing NDAs with Stingray manufacturer Harris Corp and claiming the documents have been lost. It's part of a broader trend of local agencies adopting the tactics of covert intelligence groups as they seek to adopt new technology in the digital era. "The nondisclosure agreements for the cell site simulators are overseen by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and typically involve the Harris Corporation, a multibillion-dollar defense contractor and a maker of the technology. What has opponents particularly concerned about StingRay is that the technology, unlike other phone surveillance methods, can also scan all the cellphones in the area where it is being used, not just the target phone. ... For instance, in Tucson, a journalist asking the Police Department about its StingRay use was given a copy of a nondisclosure agreement. 'The City of Tucson shall not discuss, publish, release or disclose any information pertaining to the product,' it read, and then noted: 'Without the prior written consent of Harris.'"
When you censor speech in this case, all your doing is letting the terrorist win and We as a people LOSE. Do you really want to let the Terrorists win?
Duke took 15 years for release, not 10 years.
Some of the ET ones are going for $600+ range, if you call the cheap, thats up to you. Games back then cost $30 to $50 (rare but not unheard of) back in 1983, I used to buy them NEW in the store, and I still have a couple with the Prices still on them. BTW I have been playing and buying videos games since the 70s.
President Romney would have to agree with you. You have to remember if you can't win, cheat. Exactly what Republicans are doing.
Where is the Methane coming from on Mar? Most of the methane on earth comes from Life on earth...
I have a 32 Meg USB flash drive that has a switch also. The problem I had was the switch was the first thing that died on it, and it was in Write Protect mode.
How old of an OS are you running? Since my friend who LOVES Macs, hated it when he upgraded the OS, the last time, it went from usable to a snail. He still used the Mac but downgraded the OS to the old version, he now uses a Win8.1 PC to play his games on, it runs a lot faster. And it only a few months newer than the Mac. I believe it the same CPU and similar video card. I had to fix his PC a few months back, his video card died, that's the only reason I know they both have the same CPU, and similar video cards, I told he should upgrade the video card, but he was a cheap skate.
It's only 28 kegs a beer per day, not that much right???
That's only ~440 galleons or about ~1650 liters per day, you could float a boat, easier.
Just like the Buggy whip makers did.
Maybe because both of them are gibbering monkeys? Maybe a better way to put it, we are all gibbering apes.
When did Satellites require an engine to say in Orbit? You need a rocket to put in orbit, but not really to say in orbit. A drone is a flying machine, which require a engine to stay aloft.