I prefer the term 'titanburg'
Ron Paul is wrong about economic matters. There was a head-to-head between him and Paul Krugman; it's so very rare to have a politician have his ass handed to him quite so hard.
That's co-codamol, the combination apparently works better as a painkiller than codeine on its own.
I don't think it's just them cutting the codeine.
Yes, one farmer deliberately selected only Monsanto seed that blew onto his land and grew exclusively that, but that's the only time anyone ever got sued. If Monsanto ever sued someone for true accidental contamination it would be cutting their own throat.
For commuting in the mornings, apparently it's good to have it plugged in and to have set the battery to do a quick charge before you want to go, that warms the pack up, and at the same time you can also preheat the cabin; that also helps because the climate control doesn't have to use the battery to do that and it clears the windscreen, so you gain both range and convenience.
Actually, the exact same car would get significantly worse mpg in America than in (say) the UK.
The reason is: the American gallon is rather smaller(!)
So it's not really a fair comparison.
Actually the directional antenna helps with both RX and TX directionality and power equally; and there's almost certainly an attenuator that offsets the aerial's gain.
It doesn't help with the power coming from the laptop/tablet, but that's pretty small; some laptops will have gain control on their transmitters as well.
My understanding/way I imagine it is that; as you move towards the blackhole, the particles that make up the astronaut cause the event horizon to come out to meet them, and this curves the event horizon and this causes a local burst of Hawking-type radiation that rips apart the astronaut, and this radiation spreads out from the impact point in a wave; that in turn creates more perturbations of the horizon and so on. You end up with a very thin ring of fire all around the black hole. And this never goes away; indeed it forms the moment the black hole does, and so there's actually nothing inside the blackhole, just flat spacetime. In a sense I suppose the collapse never completely happens you end up with just a shell of matter.
I have only a qualitive understanding of this, but I think Hawking radiation is the radiation that escapes the blackhole; but there's probably some quantum-generated particles produced that don't have enough energy to escape and promptly fall back in again.
So as you fall into the blackhole, it will get warmer and warmer, until you get burnt to a crisp by the Hawking radiation that forms near to the event horizon which is unable to escape.
It's kind of like a sonic boom, or more like a light boom.
So what you're saying is that you used google once and you didn't like 2 of the 10 results?
Search engines before google were universally the biggest heap of junk in the entire history of life on this planet.
No, it's not omnidirectional, he's doing beam forming.
So he creates a 4W beam and aims it at the receiver. That's why when he moved the device, it went out; the beam was missing for a while until the transmitter figured it out and steered the beam to where he was now standing.
This works fine, provided the power density isn't too high; otherwise if people get in the way of the beam then they get heated up. A few watts may be the limit. more if the receiver is bigger.
Theoretical maximum is actually 64k in the UK, but the modem standards were designed to be compatible with the US, which can only handle 56K (7 bit bytes @ 8Khz rather than 8 bits @ 8 Khz) so
Technology nearly always ultimately creates jobs, at least for a while.
Economists think that new technologies create jobs, at least in some phases. Generally, there's a few phases. Initially nobody uses the technology, and it's expensive, and nobody makes much money. Then more people use it, and the price starts to drop. This is the point where lots of money is made and usually lots of jobs. Finally, ubiquity, everyone uses it, and it's dirt cheap, relatively few, relatively badly paid jobs, and the total amount of money is not great. At this point you need a new technology.
e.g. Wireless internet equipment used to be rather more expensive, and all the companies and engineers used to make good money developing it, but now it's dirt cheap, and nobody is making much money on it.
YOU'RE GOING OVER THE SPEED LIMIT OF -127 MPH! YOU HAVE 10 SECONDS TO DECELERATE!
*car slows down below limit*
YOU'RE STILL GOING OVER THE SPEED LIMIT OF -127 MPH! YOU HAVE 5 SECONDS TO DECELERATE!
YOU HAVE BEEN JUDGED AND FOUND GUILTY
*drone fires hellfire missile*
HAVE A NICE DAY!
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