Does anyone know if (by any chance) he had a pacemaker?
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Spirit and Opportunity would have benefited greatly from glass that was self cleaning. Would not have needed to wait for Dust Devils and playful Mars Bunnies to clean off the photo cells.
A much simpler test would have been to put out a purchase req. for parts for a certain stealth helicopter. The disproportionate response to fill parts for the tail rotor assembly would have been a dead giveaway.
I thought the energy to flip a bit was already measured in Quantum Computing devices as it tends to cause de-coherence?
If not, then it should
Actually, unless I've woken up in a "New West"
They're *all* innocent until proven guilty and that does not happen until after they're extradited, charged (if they're lucky) and subjected to a fair trial.
No wait... pinch me please... this is a nightmare.
...a growing practice that results in a shrinking practice.
Doctor's practices are shrinking as a result of the growing practice of them firing patients with whom they have lost patience.
You can keep the frog in there longer though if you buy a ram and have him watch the pot. Having the ram watch the pot may help a bit as the water will heat up slower - and most certainly will never boil.
Efficiency may decrease if you put all this on a buffé (or RAM Table), which TFA clearly states will make the frog more jittery.
The one exception to this appears to be when you employ a Serf (or Page) to watch over the buffé. Supervised Page Tables actually benifit from more RAM and you will need fewer Serfs i.e. it will make serfing more efficient.
And when I find the perverted virus that had sex with my ancestor, I'm going to be *very* *very* angry!
Micro$oft finally finds 15 year old bug in software but cannot fix it as no one writes assembler anymore!
First there was DOS... Denial Of Service.
Then there was WinXP... "XP" is an emote-icon for dead with tongue hanging out.
Then WinCE... Read it and wince.
Now MSRT... a Malicious, Software Removal Tool (note the comma)