No, DICE. I will not watch your videos. I don't care how long (or short) they are.
I think eventually, yes. Just as we are not able to sense the vast majority of EM radiation, we mapped the spectrum and can sense most of it - and all we started with was detection of radiative heat and visual light.
I do think it would have taken much longer to arrive at the understandings we currently hold, but I don't think being able to see visible light was critical to arrive where we are. We would come up with ways to communicate and think about information with the senses we had.
We would still be able to sense radiative heat, so I don't think not having vision would be enough to blind us (heh) to the presence of light (as light is just a different wavelength of electromagnetic radiation).
Why would they scrape messages they create?
That's a lot of unecessary text... but this had me rofl: "the first person to ask for an RSS feed gets a free black hole in their junk"
posting selfies of yourself regularly.
How does one take a selfie of someone else? A self portrait is, by definition, a portrait you take of yourself.
Rotate the graph in your mind 90-degrees counter-clockwise.
I'm pretty sure you understood what was said, and are choosing to act otherwise.
Tell me... how's that sucrose crystal diet working out for you?
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)