Good, then you can make use of almost 16 bits!
Now only is 192 kHz/24 bit silly in general, it's even more silly for a portable music player, that's usually used in places with a higher background noise than your living room. Listening to music above 100 dB SPL in a cafe with noise at 50 dB SPL means you only need an SNR of 50 dB, just slightly more than 8 bits.
Well the Americans in WW-II pretty much pulled off the whole thing, plus the whole "invent nuclear weapons" things in about that amount of time.
Being that the whole "invent nuclear weapons" bit is already done, and the Ukraine has the physicists to fill in the middle bits, yeah 4 years is probably a good bet.
Problem of course is that they have about 4 weeks, not 4 years to pull this off so....
Pavlov hasn't really been a thing in neurology or psychology since the 50s. Lets get that clear before we start spouting grossly outdated theories before we really screw up and start spouting freud.
Dogs do analyse our facial expressions and the like to guage our moods. But its also how humans do it as well. We know that because people who cant, namely people with autism, suffer from something called "mind blindness", the inability to guage the internal states of others.
The thing is, we can only guess at what animals can't understand, because they can't tell us otherwise. But we also need to acknowledge these animals for the large part have the same brain parts we do (with a few notable exceptions, like an inability to process grammar) and often display similar reason to us.
We know they tend not to be as smart as us. We've got whacking great big frontal and temporal lobes, but we need to be very careful in assuming they dont understand us, just because they are mute.
The US dollar is worth anywhere from 1/29th to 1/539th of what it originally was worth after the Revolutionary War, so your statement is inane.
Theres really nothing bad about this. Its called economic growth and its why our western countries don't look like the backward-arse third world countries who've failed to increase the value of their products.
Consider this, if an electron were to transition from "really far" down to the first energy level of the hydrogen atom, then the photon emitted would have an energy of 13.6 eV, and the mass of the resulting hydrogen atom would be 13.6 eV less than the sum of the original masses.
Sorry, I meant to say 511 *keV* for the rest mass of the electron.
Actually, the mass of a hydrogen atom isn't equal to the sum mass of the proton and that of the electron. There's a 13.6 eV binding energy (good 'ol E-mc^2) that needs to be taken into account. Considering that the 511 eV rest mass of the electron and the fact that we're taking about measurements that are supposed to be accurate to less than 1 part per billion, then the binding energy is pretty significant. I suspect there are other effects that also need to be taken into account.
When I was younger, early 20s back in the 1990s , once of my best friends started to slip into schizophrenia (it ran in his family). He constantly jotted drawings and writings on paper, which grew increasingly more bizare. Started with pictures of aliens and UFOs (Which he'd say where just him having fun) but over time turned into numerological type things (My first letter is T my second is C, I am top cat, my age adds up to 9 which upside down is a third of 666 etc etc etc) and increasingly more paranoid mystery theories. He'd draw charts explaining the relationships between things.
And since he was a biology student, he drew lots of plants. Particularly his favorite, marihuana.
Whats to say this isn't the mad scrawlings of a schizophrenic mad man, 500 years ago? It'd certainly fit the pattern.
Doesn't matter. First to publish gets the prize. Second place needs to find a new phd
Yes it has. But that don't mean we'll survive it. A 4c warming over a thousand years triggered the permafrost melt (for a total of 10c warming) which damn near sterilized the planet.
Regardless, those massive shifts are not contemporary and not compatible with our survival. In fact we're not even sure 4c is particularly compatible with our survival if history has any say in it.
You've already failed, they don't have magnetic fields. All the oxygen in the world is useless for real habitation without a magnetic field. Not a place I would want to live, with cosmic rays flying through my brain all the time.
In American CIVIL courts, money is king, and often the side with the most money wins. In CRIMINAL court, it is a bit different. One side is always the government, the other is you. There are tons of protections in place.
Where it gets fucked up in the US is Federal criminal law. State criminal law is pretty straight forward, but your protections in Fed cases is greatly reduced. The vast majority of cases are State, not Fed.
Ask Ed Rosenthal, who was convicted of being this mass marijuana producer.....because he wasn't allowed to tell the jury that all the pot was grown only for medical dispensaries. After the case was over, the jury was PISSED OFF and said they would have acquitted. On appeal it was knocked down to "time served" but still. That is the Feds for you, they aren't interested in justice, just notches on their gun barrel.
Guantanamo is a fucked up situation, and it is being used for the wrong reasons in many cases, however, it does prove the fact that if you are on US soil, the government can't do those things to you under the law. Otherwise, Guantanamo wouldn't be used to begin with.