Ray Bradbury did well with it (Kaleidoscope). But that wasn't the story Cuaron wanted to tell.
Fresh? I thought honey lasted for years. It certainly has to in my house; I don't use it very fast.
Isn't this the same idea as defining two structs and a union of them in C?
Because of libration, we can, over time, see more than 50% of the moon from Earth. But billions of years from now, not only will the moon still be locked with the Earth, but the Earth will be locked with the moon. By then it will have been engulfed by the sun, anyway.
There could be native microbes on Mars. We wouldn't want to kill off other life in the solar system by accident.
Pandoc is written in Haskell, but you can download a 3MB Windows installer for it.
Wait, huh? Wikipedia says the Vigenère cipher was created in the 16th century.
The CR-V has better MPG than most cars? From Wikipedia: "Consumer Reports rates fuel economy as 19 mpg-US (12 L/100 km; 23 mpg-imp) city, 29 mpg-US (8.1 L/100 km; 35 mpg-imp) highway." That sounds pretty crappy.
Also, it seems the CR-V is a "crossover" aka "crossover SUV" which means it looks like an SUV, but it's built on a car chassis, not a light truck chassis.
Why is this a convention? I know all languages used to do this, but in most cases their descendents have left it behind. I prefer syntax-highlighted, lowercase words. I find them easier to read.
An Xbox runs a modified Windows 2000.
Wouldn't moving your own body be a red herring, since sounds emanating from you travel through your own body, and hunching your shoulders might also change the shape of your diaphragm. Wouldn't a better test be to move an object near you and see if that changes the sound of your breathing?