It is the most logical evaluation of performance of OS X. How else are you going to test it?
Nah, they print their own. It is cheaper.
You speak as if Taxis dont take anyone with an Uber app. With Uber: person has two options, take the Taxi that is available, ot use the Uber app. They get to decide what they want. How is this reverse of progress?
Have unlimited fake ones then. Any keys will unlock your vault, only the right key will reveal the correct passwords. Good luck trying to login with unlimited attempts.
The question is not whether it will work. The question is how much of a drop in efficiency (and range here) would there be at -20 C.
Who do you think it is then, smart guy? If you have a less paranoid alternative (dont say Illuminati, please), I would love to hear it.
Uber is using existing autos licensed for public transportation. Autos for private uses are non existent anyways (for it be used like regular Uber)
Am I missing something here? A hostage calls 911 and reports the situation. They call the library the hostager picks up, says everything is fine here.
Germany gets 6-7% of its total energy consumption from Solar. It is still pathetic of course.
Sunniest or not, the ROI is not very different in most of the states. It is the pathetic ROI that contributes to the pathetic adoption rates. 5% of the total energy use is still commendable though, especially in state that consumes as much energy as California.
They are ransoming the data, not the computer. The computers can simply be reinstalled by an hourly contractor to get rid the ransomware. The data on the other hand, cannot be recovered.
Why not? You allow only half the vehicles on the street today and the other half tomorrow. You have halfed your traffic and brought your pollution levels down. It is quite simple to enforce by number plates. Petrol today and diesel tomorrow on the other hand is difficult to enforce, makes no sense.
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Nope, France, UK and even Germany were pro nuclear. They havent had support for nuclear in the recent years. Nuclear is not expensive, it requires an upfront investment. 'Subsides' for nuclear are usually just low interest loans, which would more than pay off.
There is no uncertainty in nuclear. There is uncertainty in the support for nuclear, and people's perception of nuclear. This is killing nuclear projects, but I doubt it is killing anything else.