You do realize that "gates of Vienna" is a reference to the Islamic expansion into Europe which was only halted at... Vienna?
If you want to know why people are a bit dismissive of the OP's post, please read this critique of the website the OP linked to. Trust me when I say that you don't want to get your history lessons from that site.
many believe that SELinux is causes more problems than it solves
I've met those people. Not impressed.
CVEs or it doesn't exist.
Is there any possible way that a 'No Fly List' could be constitutional?
Do American citizens have a constitutional right to fly?
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You think your argument is strong with Sun containing 98% of the Solar system's total mass? It is actually something like 99.8%!!
Yep. Here's a good source for the relative masses of the solar system object: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Solar_System_objects_by_size#List. It does not include the Oort Cloud, which is though to contain about 5 Earth masses of material.
So asking questions now equals trolling?
How much does it cost to screw your mom? Is it true that she is a cheap whore?
(Note to mods: I am being instructive here.)
Might it be one of the most expensive movies ever?
Asks an ignorant troll...
Considering it was made with 25 year old footage, it was probably one of the cheapest movies ever made.
The U.S. spends $324 billion dollars a year on entertainment*. tThe cost of the Voyager II program ($865 million dollars*) over 40 years is equal to about 22 millon dollars per year. A drop in the bucket. The Pioneer and Voyager missions have spawned an entire cottage industry of "science-based edutainment shows" on TV like "Through the Wormhole" and "Cosmos". That program has paid for itself many, many times over.
How do we determine how much to spend on stuff with little or no payback?
I have no idea. But the Voyager mission has certainly paid for itself many times over.