Is it a car powered by gas under pressure, or is it hydrogen fuel-cell, where the gas is catalysed with Oxygen to produce electricity? How is it so horribly inefficient, given how we already know how horribly inefficient combustion engines are? Is it simply a case that, no matter how compressed you get the gas, you have not compressed it to liquid levels?
Most cyclists already do this. There are tablets you drop into your water bottle to up the mineral and salts versus even tap water. Adding them to this bottle is a trivial problem.
Someone should invent a suit the rider could wear that distils the sweat for reuse. A suit for distilling sweat, or a sweatsuit as I like to call it.
I wonder what rating Madden and FIFA games will get.
What they need is a Canary.
You could have a line in your review for games that goes something like this "We have been given full permission to post our review of this game prior to release" for games that have no embargo.
When that statement is missing, you know there is embargo in place.
Don't they do something like that in True Detective?
Where were you for the ice bucket challenge?
According to Mike Litorous, no.
What if you say "no homo" first? That protects you, right?
If it was designed for hilly cities, "Copenhagen wheel" is kind of a hilariously off-the-mark branding.
What you did there, I see it.
They named it lollipop because it will come with the next evolution in biometric unlocking, tongue-print to unlock. I'm coining the phrase "Unlicking my phone" right now.
I dunno if this will be much of a problem. Selecting for higher intelligence should filter out such issues
Which comes first, the cloud point model, or the 3D print of the cloud point model!?
Why are we concerned that a gigantic metal tube designed to transport people underwater and missiles/other weaponry does not travel as fast as an organic unit that does not transport personnel and ordinance?
In other news, School buses not as fast as F1 cars.
You really are missing the whole point, I'm sorry to say. Here in Europe, I have fibre internet and when I pick a show to watch on Netflix, it starts in under a second. When I use VOIP there's no latency. When I video conference, the image is crisp and again, there's no stuttering or lag.
US ISPs have convinced you there is a problem here that needs solving, and that the only way to solve it is to charge you or Netflix to prioritize one type of traffic over another. If someone tried that here, all their customers would move to another ISP that had their shit together.
US ISPs have refused to invest their profits into infrastructure and are going, instead, to use "Fast Lanes" as a win win situation. They _still_ don't have to build infrastructure AND they get to charge people to put up with a deteriorating service.