Whichever encourages the most self-loathing.
Just launch all our garbage to Mars along with a bunch of trash compacting robots. Eventually one will build a city while behaving like a carrion cannibal.
Because choosing one of the valid locations that is not the north pole demonstrates knowledge of the "trick question" while simultaneously demonstrating decisiveness and boldness.
I have a recollection of an article discussing hackers keylogging an airgapped PC by reading the EM signals generated by the keyboard impulses.
The question is very much correct. There's three tiers of answers that one can provide. The first and most trivial is the north pole. The second would be these rings of points around the south pole. The third and most correct answer is to specify one point in those rings around the south pole. The third answer demonstrates knowledge of the range of valid points while still specifying where you are.
It does not. You failed to answer the base question, "Where are you?" If you give a range of answers, which is what you are suggesting, then you don't know where you are only where you could be.
The correct answer would be to arbitrarily select on of the points in a circle around the south pole. That demonstrates that you are aware that there are multiple answers but you at least decided where you are.
I thought the best measurement was Multiple Men per second.
That's a step above the level of pedantry he would have gone for.
Why should I? The person I replied to claimed that Amtrak carried 1m passengers per day.
Regardless of which end of the problem you focus on it's not prudent to build the windmills. Putting up a potential known hazard to an endangered species, regardless of if you're addressing the root causes is not a good way to help encourage population growth. The windmills being dangerous to condors is only a non-issue if the condor population is stabilized and healthy enough to not be considered endangered.
1m per day isn't even remotely close to accurate. They did just shy of 31 million in a year. Just under 85,000 per day.
The Death Star had numerous squadrons of TIE Fighters. It just so happened they were all under the command of Tarkin who didn't believe the rebel snubfighters to be any concern. The TIE Fighters that were deployed against the Rebels were under Darth Vader's personal command as part of his bodyguard.
First comment modded redundant. What the fuck.
Payroll is often met by taken loans. A $1.8bn contract from NASA would have presented sufficient collateral for Musk to get loans against.