Maybe you should have it with an Apple strudel
Which, by my calculations, is still under copyright for another 30 years anyway (released 1973).
He puts his hear to the ground and listens for the distant stampede of electrons running through Cat5. For more interactive browsing, he fires up a faulty power supply to make smoke signals.
The US alone has almost 400 commercial airports with regularly scheduled flights. Worldwide, that number is probably in the thousands. I'd say that 13 exceptions to several thousand fits the bill for "generally" landing below 10,000 ft, unless you want to argue that those 13 airports see the majority of all air traffic.
You mean to say you never come to a stop during landing? You just keep doing 150mph throughout the entire thing? Let's hope your reading comprehension is a little better when it comes to flight manuals.
I'm saying that it isn't space if there's something there. It might be in space, but it is not space.
"Inferior" and "Superior" are subjective. It might give an inferior cleaning but still be a superior product for other reasons. My Nook Color is a technically inferior product to my mother's Nexus 10, but I consider it a superior product because it costs significantly less. Likewise, my car has an inferior engine when comparing power, but it's far superior in terms of mileage. Canada may be inferior because they invented Justin Bieber, but they're actually superior because they got rid of him.
"why you don't see wipers on jets as they land"
Not a lot of jets are doing 150mph - 180mph the entire time they're landing. Nor do they generally land at 10,000+ feet.
If there's a solid there, then it isn't space, is it?
Teenagers are programmed to only hear things that have been turned up to 11.
I suppose it would be more accurate to say they don't give a fuck what you (a Slashdot user, typically separate from their main demographic) *want* to use it for.
SPOILERS: The Slashdot demographic is a bit off center of the XBox/PS4's main target demographic. (In other words, MS and Sony don't give a fuck what you use it for)
Being a politician carries a worse social stigma than being on welfare, but gives you enough money to make it worth it.
If you're talking heat output, the lightbulb would be 90%, not 10%, and a lot of people have older furnaces that are fairly inefficient. Obviously, almost every house is different in terms of how high people turn up the heat, whether they heat the whole house or certain zones (and how well the heating system matches how they try to use it), how insulated the house is, how efficient the ductwork is, whether is forced air, etc for conveying the heat to rooms, whether the windows are insulated, if the owner adds additional insulation to the windows during winter, whether rats/mice have eaten holes in the insulation, whether the house was constructed correctly, etc. Change some of those variables around and you'll see that incandescent bulbs can be relatively efficient for one person and horribly inefficient for their next-door neighbor.
Just take them out through the unpressurized cargo hold, or else we can begin equipping planes with airlocks.