You are forgetting Spaceship One, Armadillo Aerospace, the rich people visiting the ISS, and even the guys from Denmark trying to reach orbit with a homemade rocket. People like you and me could be flying into LEO within our lifetimes. Isn't that worth mentioning?
I think you misspelled it.
some months ago there was a study proposing that black people do not have Neanderthal ancestry. do they have a different immune system?
I don't think they do this to resolve debt, but because due to inflation, they would otherwise end up paying $20,000 for a soda, which would be something very impractical to do even with $100 bills. At some point they have to convert their currency to something manageable again and as far as I know, the debt is also converted.
The US doesn't even have the capacity to put a man in LEO anymore, let alone to bring a space station to the moon. It would be awesome, but I don't see a new Apollo project starting in within the next 10 years...
then don't use windows computers to configure the controllers used by industrial machines.
The Lustre file system used to support RedHat, SUSE and vanilla kernels. After the acquisition by Oracle, only RedHat and OEL are supported. I'd say fuck Oracle.
Chile and Uruguay, while located in South America, are on-par with west European countries regarding corruption. You should reformulate your phrase to something like "as corrupt as many in South America".
I sounds like Defaul Logic
I hope Perelman will be able to afford better food than bread and cheese now.
a race condition!
According to the theories developed by Tessa Wendel, once you are traveling faster than the speed of light the nature of gravity changes from attraction to repulsion. This means that a spaceship traveling that fast would be effectively shielded from small objects by the gravitational force.
... and that's why they hacked the emails of those human right activists?
Philip Dick has been dead for more than 20 years, time for his family to stop parasitizing on his success.
For me anything bigger than 13' isn't portable, but "transportable".