I'll push and pull that glitoris all night long!
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You joke, but I'd love it if they ported it to C#. Java sucks! For real. The only reason I have that shit on my computer now is for Minecraft.
I've found that the best way to watch a rocket launch is at the T-10sec mark to start The Final Countdown in another tab.
Instantly epic launch.
If she likes music and is geeky, introducing her to the world of analog (and analog styled) synthesizers would be a great combination of the two.
My thoughts on this can be reduced down to: "You gotta root for the home team. Go 46ers!"
Or they are producing news worthy material at a pace much quicker than most other companies...
Seriously, why would SpaceX give a shit about promotion on Slashdot? It's not like any of us schmucks will buy a rocket.
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Please do health insurance Google! Blue Cross sucks! They need the rug pulled out from under them.
If that means I submit my health info to the Big Datas...so be it. So long as it helps to drive healthcare costs down.
...I see what you did there!
Explain your alternative ideology, please.
What about corporations as large/powerful as states? Are they good or bad?
Remember, when feeding trolls, be sure to keep your hand flat.
"Our world has survived through periods of extreme levels of CO"
No shit sherlock...will WE survive through that period is the real question.
Your last line though is pretty reasonable.
Remember, when feeding the trolls remember to hold your hand flat.
Yet more encouraging news for those of use who ride the donor cycles!
I also do full gear all the time though...so I'm not exactly dumb (relatively) about it.
In a slightly morbid way I kinda look forward to becoming eligible for the front lines of this cyborg future.
I thought it was algae that did that when the bloom died the bacteria population explodes and consumes all the oxygen.
I've always liked the idea of seeding the ocean to create enormous blooms of plankton (both the animal and plant kind). If we widened the base of that enormous food chain a lot of carbon could be both sequestered in their dead tiny bodies at the bottom of the sea OR in a new wave of fish. Considering how much we fish globally if we artifically increased the supply (instead of wank-ass fish farming) we could be solving a few problems with one concerted effort. Let's start by trying to make the ocean's deadzones...undead.
I mean, what could possibly go wrong?
The dragon will be in service much longer than the ISS. SpaceX is playing the long game.
I'm also excited to see a future where returning astronauts no longer have to be plucked out of the ocean (old school capsules) or have a really hard landing in a cornfield (soyuz). The super-draco engines on the dragon v2 are designed to be used as retro-rockets so the capsule could land anywhere (softly!) with pinpoint accuracy. Of course, it still can drop into the ocean safely if the engines aren't nominal.