I can confirm this. After 10 sessions of chemo my veins are extremely hard to find. It takes 3-4 attempts to hit the vein for nurse usually.
Are you sure? IIRC Windows 8 Hyperv requires VT-x.
The problem is, you cannot unvaccinate.
Actually, you can. After stem cell transplation I had to do all my vaccinations again.
As you are using miles, then i can assume you are from US. You generally don't understand what cold weather means there. It means 5-10 F for months. Things go very ugly for lithium batteries when temperature drops below 15F. And referenced webpage doesn't mention any temperature. There is noted cold being below freezing point.
You mean warming up lithium battery using the same power stored in the same battery? Isn't it a bit like trying to pull yourself out from swamp by pulling your own hair? The problem with cold exists right now, read http://phys.org/news184274463.html
Sadly the correlation between temperature and battery capacity is still the same. In -15 mobile phones and cameras last only very short time comared to room temperature.
It's not the problem with engine being cold. The real problem is caused by battery not generating enough power when temperature is low. And modern electric cars do loose half of the battery capacity in cold climate. And you need to keep your car passenger compartment heated too, which means less energy for driving.
I understand you. And I agree with you. I got 10 chemos and stem cell transplant 5 years ago. Yes, it was living hell. But seeing my kids grow up now makes it 1000 times worth it.
I don't live in USA, not even in western europe and right now my cable provider uses IPTV. So all my TV programs are streamed. And we have movie rentals from provider server also.
AFAIK humans are not primary carriers of malaria sporozoites. So elliminating humans from malaria life cycle is not enough to trigger rapid evolution in favor of other malaria strains.
Normal leukemia treatment gives fever anyway.
Godwin's Law time?
An anonymous reader writes "Astronaut Bruce McCandless is suing Dido for her album cover that uses a famous NASA photograph of a tiny, tiny, tiny McCandless floating in space. McCandless doesn't own the copyright on the photo, so he's claiming it's a violation of his publicity rights ... except that he's so tiny in the photo, it's not like anyone's going to recognize him."
killdashnine writes "Last year we discussed the creation of the International Video Game Hall of Fame and Museum in Ottumwa, Iowa, and a first event in 2009 which brought 3,500 people to witness it. Since then, there's been much progress toward creation of the museum, including the upcoming 'Big Bang 2010' exhibition. Their first event kicks off with formal induction ceremonies, tournaments, record-setting attempts, and an array of concerts from 8-bit music to modern rock. This serves as the first official fundraiser for this new non-profit. Iowa is positioning itself as the Video Game Capital of the World. While some sneer and scoff at this, pointing to LA or Seattle as gaming giants and rightful heirs to the title, the real goal is not to glorify software developers but rather to memorialize the 'heroes of video games,' from the iconic Pac Man to pioneers such as Ralph Baer." Here's a list of this year's inductees. Who gets your vote for next year?
wdef writes "The BBC reports that a Russian MP has asked President Dmitry Medvedev to investigate claims by a regional president that he has met aliens on board a spaceship. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the leader of the southern region of Kalymkia, made his claim in a television interview. Mr Ilyumzhinov said in an interview on primetime television that he had been taken on board an alien spaceship which had come to planet Earth to take samples — and claims to have several witnesses. He has been president of Kalmykia, a small Buddhist region of Russia which lies on the shores of the Caspian Sea, for 17 years. As president of the World Chess Federation, he has spent tens of millions of dollars turning the impoverished republic into a mecca for chess players — building an entire village to host international tournaments. MP Andre Lebedev is not just asking whether Mr Ilyumzhinov is fit to govern. He is also concerned that, if he was abducted, he may have revealed details about his job and state secrets."