The Firepick Delta Hackaday page talks about a $300 price for this machine. That may be too optimistic, but even if it ends up costing two or three times that amount, that's still a huge step forward for small-time inventors and custom manufacturers who need to populate just a few circuit boards, not thousands. They have a Haxlr8r pitch video, and have been noticed by TechCrunch, 3DPrintBoard.com, and Adafruit, just to name a few. Kickstarter? Not yet. Maybe next year. Open source? Totally, complete with GitHub repository. And they were at OSCON 2014, which is where Timothy found them. (Alternate Video Link)
The SIP signaling also uses a dedicated AP that cannot be used for anything else. Traffic is only allowed towards P-CSCF.
All the IMS client, Quality of Service and dedicated bearers are implemented in the baseband chip (Qualcom dominates that market) and is off-limits to the operating system of the phone, even to root.
Whoops, left out the 0.5 in the KE calcs. Divide the times by 2.
You also left out efficiency and sabot mass so maybe multiply the times by some amount.
OK, hot, yes, but wouldn't they need something combustible to actually erupt into flame? Or what am I missing?
Heating caused by compression or by burning results in plasma - ionized gas - which you see.
is there a recoil on rail guns? or is this a joke?
The recoil is lower than a conventiomal chemical gun for the same projectile and speed because no gas is accelerated with the projectile.
However, rail guns tend to be immensely heavy beasts to withstand recoil and transversal electromagnetic forces.
Besides, colonisation of planets requires people reproducing there, as a result their descendanta being unable to live on Earrh. Sending people by rocket is too expensive to be used for population export.
Actually the whole idea of ReactOS was to provide a binary compatible kernel so Windows drivers could be loaded unmodified.
At the time ReactOS was started the lack of drivers was seriously hurting Linux. Meanwhile the situation has changed and drivers for Linux are no longer something unheard of.
Also note that ReactOS and Wine share a lot of the higher level library code - in fact all libraries that are pure Win32 with no calls to native libraries.