My point was that dolphins can drown.
A fishing net is not harmful to dolphins until humans pull it out of the water.
Except that dolphins need to surface to breathe.
Agreed - way too slow. I worked picking raspberries and boysenberries a few years ago, and if I'd taken 9 seconds per berry I'd have been fired within hours. I'd have been averaging about 50 berries per minute. I'm not sure how many cars per library of congress that is...
I could do it once I've conquered the world...
The games weren't easy... From what I remember most of them involved torturous pseudodeath if you lost...
Fear? Why? You don't want to play games for the rest of your life?
Um, no. Size is a factor, but it's not the only factor by any means, nor even the main one. Sun exposure, proximity to the trunk/main stem, number of other fruit on the same plant, and water available also have major effects on the the amount of sugar in each individual fruit.
KentuckyFC writes "Having created quantum superpositions of photons, atoms, and even molecules, scientists are currently preparing to do the same for larger objects — namely viruses. The technique will involve storing a virus in a vacuum and then cooling it to its quantum-mechanical ground state in a microcavity. Zapping the virus with a laser then leaves it in a superposition of its ground state and an excited one. That's no easy task, however. The virus will have to survive the vacuum, behave like a dielectric, and appear transparent to the laser light, which would otherwise tear it apart. Now a group of researchers has worked out that several viruses look capable of surviving the superposition process, including the common flu virus and the tobacco mosaic virus. They point out that after creating the superposition, scientists will be able to perform the Schrodinger's Cat experiment for the first time, which should be fun (but less so for the virus)."
Toe, The writes "Bionanotechnology researcher Babak A Parviz writes about his research toward producing a computer interface in a contact lens. At the moment, they have only embedded a single LED, but they foresee a much more complex interface such as detailed in Vernor Vinge's Rainbows End. Such lenses potentially could also read human bio-information from the eye, providing medical information on the order of what is now taken from blood tests, but on a continuous basis. An example would be monitoring glucose levels for diabetics. The author states that, 'All the basic technologies needed to build functional contact lenses are in place,' and details what refinements and advances will be necessary to bring this technology to reality."
*Right-wing hat* Yes! And society should also not waste any money on people with incurable/terminal illnesses, or people with physical or mental impairments. */Right-wing hat*
Why is this modded Funny instead of Informative?
Mod parent up, +Insightful!
I seem to remember something about his deck running at 64 terahertz...
America's Army made you 'train' with some weapons before you could play. This included things like pulling the firing handle and clearing jams. Basically it was a pain in the ass. I am all for realism in games - one of the reasons I don't play MMOs like WoW is because the combat and movement/collision are so unrealistic - but things like simulating the annoying parts of firearm use just aren't fun.