The problem with AMD drivers (at least when I last tried) is they work great for some cards, and others hardly do anything beyond instigate kernel panics.
I'd wager the interior of the hollow works more like a waveguide.
When was this? My latest installation is only around 3 months old.
WTF is that? Because that's not sgtatham's site.
Putty runs circles around the cmd.exe terminal you'd have to suffer with, going that route.
I've played around in a simulator - what's the system that requires the driver to acknowledge speed changes? I think it's popular in Europe. From my understanding, the board makes a noise and a light, and the driver has to mash a button. If they fail to mash the button within the grace period, the train cuts acceleration and applies braking. The idea behind this is to ensure the driver is not inattentive (for whatever reason - heart attack, falling asleep, texting, rock throwing...)
That's not a model, that's a mitigation (and would be a decent one - that's exactly what noscript does for the most part)
I don't follow. You have known security vulnerabilities, and you have probabilities for unknown vulnerabilities. The first is fact, and the second is extrapolation (which is different than assumption).
Why should the local electric monopoly spend money on advertising? Are they trying to convince the Amish?
Stop assuming, because we're talking about security. Assumptions have no place in this discussion.
If nerds/gamers want to find women who won't reject them, they need to stop being awful people to every girl playing games first.
The best way to do this is to stop treating them differently from anyone else. They are another person - leave it at that.
Of course, that depends on you not being a complete scrote to everyone you come across online. Fix that, first.
The modern day floppy-raid.
That close to the sun, however... isn't it possible for the core to have some convective motion?
Given the crime rates in the US, I would have to question whether the deterrent is working.
I'm pretty sure that the vast majority of convictions in the US wouldn't be eligible for capital punishment in any jurisdiction.