The trackball was the weakness of the 8820, any of the later bold models with the optical trackball would be vastly superior from a reliability standpoint.
Further, if this was in existence a few decades ago, perhaps we would have nipped Scientology in the bud before it landed in the UK.
If it were in existence ~1400 years ago, perhaps we would have nipped Islam in the bud.
If it were in existence ~2000 years ago, perhaps we would have nipped Christianity in the bud.
And I wonder how many readers agreed with my first line, then threw a shit-fit when they got to my second line.
You assume that the Earth is a perfect sphere. Please see my other posts for the counter argument.
You assume that the Earth is a perfect sphere. See my other posts for the counter argument.
I'm not sure why you replied to me, the context is out place. Perhaps you are working for Elon Musk and are testing me for more info. Please, if this is the case, I am open for employment with Elon Musk and his team.
I'll make/re-itterate another point to my post at this stage though. My point relates to the common answer with regards to the South Pole answer. As I have stated, the Earth is not a perfect sphere. The shape of the Earth is known as the Geoid. If the non-spherical nature of the Earth is not taken into account, then it entirely feasible that the 1+1/2pi answer will return you to a location that is only at close proximity to your starting point. This may only be a matter of meters or fractions of meters. This sort of small error has the potential to cause an expensive rocket to explode when calculating trajectories for space flight if it is not accounted for. There are a few other factors that need to be accounted for, however, I'll let you work them out from here on in.
But feel free to believe in your propaganda... fact of the matter is that the German Energiewende is on its last legs. Subsidies are being cut, projects are being scaled back and politicians are desperately trying to figure out ways to break the bad news to the populace.
An object on the Moon would weigh less than it would on Earth because of the lower gravity, but it would still have the same mass.
Because the mass beneath your feet would be lower.
Show your math please.
A mountain at 42,164bkm would have the peak in geosynchronous orbit. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G...
The moon is 384,000 km up and even it has to maintain an orbital velocity considerably faster than a jumping person to avoid falling to Earth.
But if someone built a tower 384,000 km high, it would travel faster than the moon. And if you jumped off that tower, you'd also never reach the ground.
And your sig annoys me. Denmark, Germany, France. All of them seem to be getting along just fine without a police state. Meanwhile illustrious libertarians Like Rand Paul can't even pull off an effective (or real) filibuster to stop a law they're ideology says they should be violently opposed to. Christ, the things that get modded up on