This wasn't a conversation either. A conversation would imply two-way communication. This was not. This is just a recording of a disturbance in progress.
It's almost as if the problem doesn't prevent them from taking remedial actions!
Oh, they'd leave it behind alright. But it would coin a whole new meaning to Embedded Devices.
*Rivenaleem puts on his flame-resistant clothing*
I just saw it as compensation for having to teach girls anything.
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I really can't help but feel that you cast Michael Cera perfectly in this role.
Perhaps the first 1/2 million people to sign up to
Exactly, I did this in SimCity and eventually a volcano erupted in what was otherwise a geologically stable area. And simulations don't lie.
Well, that's not even it's real name. It should be Deutschium. But you can't expect linguistic correctness in a scientific article.
And when your Foo Bars don't work in the field, well everything's
I would expect that we will also overcome the desire to procreate, once the future of the species is assured. As I read on
When we start living forever, we won't have this great need to create offspring anymore. We'll still behave like rabbits, but we won't breed like them.
We'll become like almost every iteration of "elven/long lived" creatures in fantasy books, long lives but few offspring.
While I agree that for some corporations, security is handled poorly, (not an expert on this, sorry) I would expect that any corporation that knows it's working on a military contract, is not the target of the FBI general alert of which comprises the subject of the article.
This alert is a general one to tech companies in the Boston area, and not to defense contractors. As if your average tech company might just happen to be working on something with massive military potential and not know it. This leads me to think that the only point of this is to spread fear of anything Russian just to give the government something to protect the public against.
Anything that the Russians can get their hands on by simply working with regular US companies, is not going to give them sudden military advantages. Any military-relevant research happening in the US is happening in secret.
The kind of companies that the Russians are getting involved in are the type that will publicly announce any major breakthroughs or inventions on the web, because they are interested in domestic and foreign investment.
This is just another FUD statement to try reinforce hate directed at the Russians in order to generate acceptance when the next budget rolls around and we ask why Three Letter Agencies are still being given so much money for spying on citizens of the US.
Call me the day the Patriot Act is repealed. At least we realise when a law is bad and remove it.
Umm why stop there? Why not run it at 2562 C and then you can use both liquid AND gas cooling, as the copper flows, evaporates and condenses.