As long as you control for the vestibular response of your subjects -- or have enough to drown the effect out. Having vestibular issues isn't all that uncommon -- my daughter has been seeing an occupational therapist for just that.
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Danilo Odell: Yeah, what the hell was that thing?
Lieutenant Worf: Automated fire system. A force field contains the flame until the remaining oxygen has been consumed.
Danilo Odell: Ah, yeah, w-what if I had been under that thing?
Lieutenant Worf: You would have been standing in the fire.
Danilo Odell: Yeah, well, leaving that aside for the moment, I mean, what would have happened to me?
Lieutenant Worf: You would have suffocated and died.
Danilo Odell: Ye-ah, sweet mercy.
The problem with Plutonium is not its radioactivity, but its toxicity. Extremely small doses are fatal. However, we are still well below that level -- as long as the workers who found it don't get thirsty.
Can I drink it?
Hmm, my sign appears to have shifted from Leo the Lion to the Michelin Man. My birth animal remains the Mexican Jumping Bean.
Lovers of classical music usually take their horseless carriage to a convenient local musical emporium. A variety of cylinders are available for the various gramophones on the market. Please note that one does not actually purchase the cylinder -- one instead purchases the right to play the cylinder under certain circumstances, as laid out in the license agreement that accompanies it.
...such thing as a free lunch!
That's why he said 'please'.
It's always "aliens have invaded", or "nuke goes off in major city", or "Duke Nukem is still not available"...
There are companies that do this professionally. It generally requires a clean room, although perhaps not as good as one required for other purposes. Also, if he has the equipment to read a platter himself (which I strongly doubt), writing should be just one more step -- mounting a write head.
Did kdawson worry that we might think GM executives would have to take a bath literally?
Also, although I am not in Comcast's service area, if I were I don't think I would want to sign a piece of paper saying I used one or more P2P services between two dates. The MPAA and RIAA are way too aggressive to give them even a sliver of help for $16.
Once again the lawyers are the only winners. $16 is farcical, and the total $16 million is a rounding error for Comcast -- it doesn't serve as much incentive against bad behaviour in the future.
Actually at the moment things are going from green to desert. Desertification is a major problem around the world, including Africa and China, where arable land is being lost to the expansion of major deserts.
Good luck. And enjoy the speeds you have been blessed with, son.
(Pours drink on floor)
This one is for the homies still on dial-up.