Don't just eat the taco: be the taco?
I was sent a video of this happening at work yesterday: http://www.youtube.com/v/TrBSi405Ous?version=3&f=videos&app=youtube_gdata#
The time lapse makes it look kinda like stop-motion, but it is pretty cool to see something that big start to move.
I think traffic models are more rigorous than you realise. Also, if TPTB thought that we could win a war with superstring theory it'd be solved next week.
You only think that the data sets were merged/normalised in arbitrary ways because you don't seem to understand statistics. I would be more than happy to help you: if you could send me some examples of data sets I can try to explain the techniques used.
Also: if you don't think we should do anything you are insane. I agree that at least to some extent we will need to adapt to the new climate rather than steadfastly trying to keep it how it is now, but if you don't mitigate it at all it'll go way beyond the point where it's possible to adapt.
You can use parachutes if you want, but it'll take time to convince people that all of those drones flying around do in fact have parachutes, which will actually work when needed.
Part of the propaganda is also to try and make the young people dissatisfied with the state of their country. Whenever there's an economic downturn there are always a lot of out-of-work young people just waiting to be converted to rebel groups. If the movement gets big enough it'll draw in the more moderate people and you'll have a problem on your hands.
I have too many factual objections to that essay than I really have space to list here. I'll start by pointing you here: http://brane-space.blogspot.com/2011/07/want-to-know-about-nazi-germanys-real.html
For a more direct, if slightly drier source, you could also consider reading Mein Kampf: http://www.amazon.com/Mein-Kampf-Adolf-Hitler/dp/0395925037/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1386185965&sr=8-1&keywords=mein+kampf
If that's not enough I could go on a rant about how confused you are about modern liberals.
"Work to rule" is how I've heard it referenced in the past. Follow every rule exactly as it is written and watch the people who wrote them (or enforce them) squirm.
I agree with you, though, that this is probably not a case of that.
I see what you did there.
Are there major hurdles to using round connectors like for sounds? There could be bands (how a stereo setup works) for the same functionality of the pins.
It's not about tolerating the fact that you have a broken back: it's about reducing your risk to a tolerable level. In a car you have brakes, you have airbags and you drive cautiously so that you feel as though you're safe enough. With a drone falling out of the sky onto your head, you really don't know who's flying the drone, or why, if it's maintained, how heavy it is, if it's fully charged. With so many unknowns it's hard to feel as though you're in enough control of the situation to feel safe.
Didn't you get the memo? Every difference between men and women is proof that the misogynists were right all along and the gender roles of the '50s are the most efficient way to do things.
As awesome as a future with robotic delivery drones would be, I can't help but see the many problem with it. I'm sure if it becomes widespread getting killed by a failed drone will happen at least a few times, as will having your stuff stolen by a thief's drone. Not to mention how easy it would be to mount a camera on the delivery drone for easy surveillance. These are all things that come up with every new development, though, so I have faith that we'll find a way around the shortfalls.
Not really, no, unless you like to bust out sprints every now and then to charge up the battery, then take it easy for a little while when the motor kicks in.