How well that actually fits into the structure is amazing!
Which in a way is to try to please everybody.
I think that what he tries to do is to defuse the debate entirely and take a pragmatic approach to it. We don't need more religious wars right now.
Nth dimensional time fixes the weird artifacts you see in the standard model that create things like dark matter to explain angular momentum of galaxies is even across the disk.
E=MC2 when taken as a whole also implies that time is a variable relative to mass, the more massive something is the slower time around it moves for the same reason that time slows down at the speed of light.
When taken into consideration it becomes apparent that angular momentum is not caused by mass that can't be seen but by the fact that time moves more slowly around a super-massive black hole at the middle causing the appearance of objects in the middle orbiting differently. So time and gravity both are being moved in three dimensions each.
What do you guys think?"
That's just stupid.
It's like stopping a flight because someone carries a newspaper with the headlines "Terror actions imminent" and then it's revealed that it's 10 years old.
I wouldn't say that it's wrong - a system administrator expects a system to be up and running for maybe a decade with little effort. Major changes in how the system platform is designed causes headache because it costs time, both to re-learn and to re-document a large number of procedures.
As long as you use the standard services on a server it's no problem with Systemd, but when you use a number of tailor-made suites on that server you are getting more and more headache when you introduce a new structure of managing the startup.
The Next Centuries Cities coalition launched last week with an impressive list of 32 cities in 19 states who recognize that fast internet speeds unencumbered by fast lanes or other tiered systems are necessary to keep residents and businesses happy. That launch was so successful that 20 other cities have expressed formal interest in joining, according to the group's executive director."
The reality is that the same service is often used by others as well, not only the police, so the amount of random "noise" and false alarms will make it useless and more like a "fun gadget".
It would be a lot more interesting if someone found out a way to crack the encryption in a generic way.
Blu Eye monitors frequencies used by the encrypted TETRA encrypted communications networks used by government agencies in Europe. It doesn’t allow the user to listen in to transmissions, but can detect a radio in operation up to one kilometer away.
Even if a message isn’t being sent, these radios send pulses out to the network every four seconds and Blu Eye can also pick these up, according to The Sunday Times. A dashboard-mounted monitor uses lights and sounds to alert the driver to the proximity of the source, similar to a radar detector interface."
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I agree - if it won't fit without complications in my breast pocket of my shirt it's not of interest.
Trouser pockets - well, if the phone was max 100mm thick and made in hard rubber (bendable) it would be good.
Build one from a USB TV stick.
Search for "Software Defined Radio".
Dark Matter and Dark Energy may be causing something of the same effect, where a more neutral term, such as "Undetected Matter", or "Unknown Force" might not.
May the Force be with you.
According to some it's an electric phenomenon. Ever seen the effect static electricity have? If the center of the galaxy has a different potential than the outer parts it could be the answer.
But unless we can measure the potential difference we won't know.
The cruel way to cut emissions is to offer suicide booths to people. That way that person won't contribute anymore.