Have you been over the ocean often? There's hardly an island to trip over every few miles...
You didn't fix anything... it because it already said that in the prior sentence. You know what "fleece" means as a verb, right?
You're telling me I need an exchange if I want to purchase/barter something for bitcoins? You're assuming you have to "convert" currency to/from bitcoin to be useful.
I really can't think of a technical reason - the only things that come to mind are political in nature (eg protocol licensing) or other such BS.
HAMs bounce signals off of the freakin' moon's surface with only a few hundred dollars worth of equipment. The only way "expensive" comes in here is if there's some hairbrained software patent in the way?
It's funny how they want it both ways, eh? No regulation, but then they want dependable banks.
Choose one or the other. You do not need to use an exchange, just like you don't need to use a bank.
We're talking about enforcement.
You have to find it to enforce against it. You don't just know that Joe is a drug dealer. Fortunately it's not a crime to see a drug, or to look at it, or to know that it (that specific instance, not the concept) exists. This is not really the case with CP; but that said police generally don't get hung up on that. It would be stupid if they were.
Now in this case, it's even less the case with "enforcements" like filtering - someone has to program the filters. AI might be making large strides recently, but it's nowhere near advanced enough to make such subjective judgements without a human operator feeding in data - data which is Verboten in this case. These human operators won't have such flexibility like the police enjoy - not unless it is granted. So, unless they are explicitly protected, they cannot perform their duty without violating laws.
It's not easier?
Place cup, insert cartridge, push button.
It can't get much easier than that.
SDR is a thing, and it's not that expensive these days.
The expensive part would be the amplifiers and antennas, and those just spew the signal you feed to them. Generating the signal is cheap.
Change, because... change!
Well, there's a momentary release valve. It would have dumped his suit pressure when activated, which would have ejected the water. Not a pleasant process, but it's not like he would have to take the helmet off...
You do know what "contextual clues" are, right?
Drowning is not painful, because it allows CO2 exchange.
This. So damn annoying.
I find that would be more obstructive than top-left or tucked against the mirror.
We do realize that "minicomputer" means a specific thing, and you would probably not want to attach one to a UAV?