The Maquis were wiped out in the 2nd half of season 5 of DS9. It started in "By Inferno's Light" and had been completed by "Blaze of Glory".
Do you have a source for that? My understanding is that he was a research associate at Harvard.
No, but parents who are so worried about autism that they're willing to skip vaccines might be more (or less) likely to try and have their kid diagnosed with autism later in life if they start showing symptoms.
$0.42 per play is not a bad price when you consider that many (most?) popular songs are available for purchase for $0.99.
$0.42 per play is also 100x what the artist is getting paid. They are getting 0.42 cents ($0.0042) a play.
Well, time to sacrifice some karma on the truth once again. The poster child for geothermal power in the USA is Calpine at The Geysers, near Calistoga CA. Near, in fact, old faithful, which is old but not particularly faithful. It is neither as regular nor as potent as it used to be.
Old Faithful is in Wyoming, which is two states (Utah and Nevada) away from California.
I'm not a hardware guy so I don't use HP scopes (do they even still make bench equipment?)
HP's spun off their scientific instruments, electronic test equipment, and a number of things, into Agilent Technologies about 20 years ago. Agilent still makes bench equipment, to the point that I have some pieces of HP/Agilent equipment that are identical except for the corporate logo on them (including having the same model number).
The CEO, Greg Rayburn, cut his and the three other top executives salary cut to $1 this year. How much more of a concession do you want?
As for the private equity firm, Ripplewood Holdings is going to lose most, if not all of the $170 million investment it made in Hostess.
So does it apply to ATVs?
It can cover ATVs, along with snowmobiles and boats. The law calls them out as examples of motor vehicles, however the law also allows the commissioner to exempt things other then cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
The Me-262 that Yeager shot down was preparing to land, it wasn't a dogfight.
This is super cool, if it works, but I'll shit golden sunshine before I let someone near my eyeball with a knife!
If you were blind would you care?
But the characters are black, so each one represents energy saved.
He wouldn't have been insane when he chose to not take his meds.
Vaccinations aren't 100% effective. Eliminating the herd immunity effect raises the risks for everyone.
With crayons you can colors to make new colors which allows you to far exceed the 16k colors, and they let you work in a larger color range. Layers are easily done by coloring with one crayon over another. You change the opacity of the drawing tool by changing how hard you press on the crayon. You can undo and erase by coloring over what you've already done.
Now it's my turn: What do I select in sketchpad to make a color change with temperature? Pressure? UV light? Indoor vs outdoor light? Water? 'Invisible Ink' that shows up under acids (lemon juice)? These are all things that I was able to do with crayons when I was a kid.
How does connect the dots with a crayon increase creativity more than an iPad where they can learn to play music, finger paint, and read.
The crayon is only limited by the imagination of the kid (and reality), while the iPad is limited by both the imagination of the kid and the programmer.
For example: When I was in first grade we learned about the primary colors and how mixing them would give other colors. Our 'homework' was to color in this venn diagram type thing, so there would be a 'red' circle and a 'blue' circle and where they overlapped was purple. Now just about every kid in the class used a red crayon to color in the red part, a blue crayon for the blue part, and a purple crayon for the purple part (I think this was how the task was presented to us). One kid however used the red and the blue crayons in the purple area to make it purple, and it worked pretty well. If he had been doing the same sort of thing on in an app then he would have only worked if it was something the programmer thought of and took the time to put in.