We do it now. What is NaN/NaN? NaN.
...D2O which is expensive but abundant (it makes up about 1 part in 40 million of water molecules)...
That 1 part in 40 million figure, while not wrong, is misleading.
It [duterium] has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6,420 of hydrogen.
So the hydrogen in the ocean is 1/6420 deuterium. Getting two of the deuteriums into one molecule is rare, but we don't really care. Chemical bonds are unimportant energetically compared to nuclear reactions.
A builder builds a wall. A week later, bricks begin to fall out of the bottom, but he continues to build the wall higher. In most cases, he would have to replace those lower bricks at his own expense and on his own time.
If the builder is an independent contractor it will depend on the bid. If it is time and material he won't, but if the contract is for the job he will. If the builder is an employee he is never responsible: He either learns not to do that or he should be fired.
It is the same for software development.
The lack of living grandparents probably has a negative effect on a child, or even might prevent his birth. Not a large effect, though.
Carlsen played a non-standard opening and included an unsound sacrifice. He had probably looked at the first few moves for his blitz games, but no deeper since he would never play it in serious games.
Gates had two minutes for the entire game. For someone who is not obsessed with chess that is not enough time to make even sort of good moves.
It's a 50-200-250 three way, and that is the 200 watt level. A pure 200 watt bulb would be even brighter. At 250 watts it is 4240 lumens, but I rarely use that.
They are never bright enough.
I just checked, and I am using a 3660 lumen bulb for reading. I've yet to find any CFL or LED light that comes close.
Of course, nobody has talked about banning them, but I'd like to switch if I could.
My guess is, shitty hardware. I've never seen this happen unless the batteries were bad.
The UPS was brand new and from a reputable source. The computer, not so much. I wouldn't have expected the computer type to matter if it could run on line power, but apparently it did.
I have had that problem, though. I guess it depends on what hardware you have.
Why do these things always make the main page a day late? I had to search for this.
Took me almost an hour, a lot of which was trying to figure out "one way to store data".
What other sci-fi movies are there?
Wow, there's a ton, but it is hard to think of them out of the blue. A few were:
Men in Black
The Last Mimzy
It makes me wonder: Do you hate science? Did your mother beat you with a stick and say this stick is science?
Good questions, actually. The interviewer was an idiot.
Considering the size of the US, most birds will never see a tall building in their entire life.
But how many windmills will they see if we generate, say, 30% of our nation's electricity from wind? I don't know if bird or bat kills will be a serious problem or not, but it should definitely be researched.
If they really wanted to be fair, they'd charge every person hooked to the grid for their share of the fixed costs, PLUS the variable cost of how many kilowatt-hours they use. But in many places this is not currently legal.
Then we need to make it legal. We also need demand pricing, which I dislike, but which will mostly help solar people. New times require new laws. It would be nice if they could accurately reflect the cost of power, but I fear politics will make that impossible.
Good thing we have trustworthy sources of medical/biology knowledge like Wikipedia!
Yes, it is.