TZOs were predicted by astronomer Kip Thorne and Anna Zytkow, who wasthen postdoctoral fellow at CalTech. The pair imagined what might happen if a neutron star in a binary system merged with its partner red supergiant. This wouldn't be like two average stars merging. Neutron stars are the ancient remnants of stars that grew too big and exploded. Their cores remain small — about 12.5 miles across — as they shed material out into space. Red supergiants are the largest stars in the galaxy, with radii up to 800 times that of our sun, but they aren't dense.
Technically once? If the chance is 50% that's the odds of a coin flip landing favorably.
The fact is the Grand Ayatollah is Shia muslim and not Sunni. Sure he wants Sharia law, but not the IS Sharia law since they're Sunni. So if anything he would be supporting the fight against IS.
Fuck man we've been dabbing now for a few years. I just toss that extract in my e-cig and vape everywhere and anywhere. Lol mixing pot with tobacco.
When the mining difficulty was low generating an appreciated $4000 worth of bitcoin cost a trivial amount of electricity. However, transaction processing than mining. Bitfury is just trying to squeeze the last little bit of lottery bitcoins from the mining algorithm. Comparing environmental impact on generating $4k of bitcoins vs mining gold is ridiculous, they don't compare at all.
The power consumption by modern banks processing fiat currency transactions (mostly imaginary money) compared to bitcoin transaction processing is a better comparison, and even then Bitfury won't last much longer as the mining difficulty will result in diminishing returns. The overall transaction processing will become far leaner when the payout is purely on the transaction fees.
" If you want to understand what removing legalization would result in, I recommend that you read "Diary of a Drug Fiend" by Aliestar Crowley."
You could also experiment with drugs yourself. Why read someone's opinion when you could just go and form your own.
Personally the injection route always made me a bit uneasy. It's probably the cleanest way to use these substances however, except for the poking a vein repeatedly part. All you need to do is form some sort of embolism by injecting regularly and you risk dying not even from the drug itself.
Right in the fucking source paper. They don't even have that as an argument...
Broadband rectifying antennas aren't anything new really, sure the background RF from towers, other sources is quite significant, and most experts would point out that you can't power a bluetooth chipset on a few microwatts of harvested power - but you could use it to charge a capacitor and periodically power the chipset. An update every 30 seconds instead of continuous monitoring of an item still works for me. The only problem with making the tag so small is you don't have much space to make an antenna for longer wavelengths.
nah the Robotech/Macross anime series. All the human piloted transforming jets had a brain controlled portion.
Sounds like a trap to nab a whole bunch of pot smokers imho.
Read up on the D-T reaction a bit more. Yeah I don't know what I'm talking about.
The reaction itself does, my bad. Compared to a D-T reaction however it yields many photons. This isn't really my field of physics however, so it's whatever i picked up off wikipedia.