Actually the "Barbie drug" is Melanotan II. I believe it was the peptide that PT-141 was derived from. PT-141 has no tanning or weight loss, just hornyness.
Have you read this? http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/pap...
Having glanced over the original stuff, and reading through this, as a non scientist it seems pretty convincing that the 'independent' test is missing a ton of data that would support any of their conclusions.
There are several -Genuine- treatments (read: Aphrodisiacs) in trials right now.
The main promising one right now is PT-141 (Bremelanotide)
The main downside is it must be injected which will skeeve a lot of women out. It does work on men AND women though.
From their site: " In a recently completed Phase 2B clinical trial, bremelanotide 1.25 mg and 1.75 mg doses significantly increased sexual arousal, sexual desire and the number of sexually satisfying events, and decreased associated distress in premenopausal women with FSD. Efficacy was seen in both women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) and combined HSDD/female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD)."
Since it is currently just in trails and unscheduled, you can order it right now from research peptide sites.
Let's say a friend's wife has tried it, and she was as horny as a 18 year old boy for about 2-3 days. It is genuine arousal, not some blood flow modifier etc like Viagra.
I cant even fathom the complaints about this.
Hasn't ALS hit like 100 times their usual funding for the year due to all these people dumping ice on themselves? Saying the popularity and viral nature of it aren't a benefit in itself seems short sited.
Sorry wrote it wrong but had it right in my calcs. I meant 30gb/day for 4 years.
It is 30 GB / day for 4 years which works out to 43 TB. Hopefully that makes it a bit more clear.
The point isn't that you may or may not use that much, its that their talking point is high endurance, and it actually has very low endurance compared to other consumer SSD lines.
Their claim is they are focusing on reliability and write endurance but it looks like they have some of the lowest endurance in the industry.
Even the drive it is supposed to be a bit of a clone from is rated much higher.
AMD R7: 4GB for 4 years = 43TB (Odd that they don't say this is dependent on drive size, which it would be.
OCZ Vector 150: 50GB for 5 years = 91 TB (Also not scaled for drive size)
Samsung 840: 1000 cycles. In their smallest drive this would be around 120 TB. Samsung is using lower endurance TLC here so this is even more odd.
Intel 730: 70TB over their 5 year warranty is 127 TB Highest of them all for MLC.
Now in real life, the AMD and OCZ drives may go much further before they fail, but you have to go off of their ratings for comparisons or all hell breaks loose (Tests have shown the Samsung drives lasting over 3000 cycles before beginning to reallocate sectors). Especially for the larger drives (A 240GB drive should have double the write endurance of a 120GB drive).
So yeah I find it odd that endurance is one of their talking points when they have by far the lowest endurance of any of the common drives out there, including the supposedly very similar Vector 150.
Hm the X86 XBMC server I build and my personal AppleTV2 running XBMC all skip through RARed videos with no issues.
Well I mean, if you say you have an encrypted drive, you know the password, and the contents of the drive DO pertain to the case, you aren't incriminating yourself further to provide the key really. You have already plead guilty in a way, they just need the details.
You aren't really under arrest then.
While it is a general good policy, when it really applies is when you have been arrested.
Ya my current watch (Casio pathfinder http://i219.photobucket.com/al... ) is already pretty smart as far as watches go (has altimiter, barometer, compass) and half the face is a solar panel. I've not had to change a battery since I got it, and expect I wont for a long long long time.
Be nice if a smart watch could be rugged without being the size of a phone, and have solar or some kind of decent battery life. A month even would be nice.
To be fair, Upcoming "Star Citizen" will be using double precision floats to model its huge universe in proper detail.
That being said I still of course agree.
Pretty much no one expects email attachments to be encrypted.
iMessage was the example and they are certainly encrypted.
Now whether the NSA can't just backdoor in who knows, but on the face of it, they are.
O2 and Vodaphone appear to use LTE band 20 (SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L...) AT&T and Canadian carriers generally seem to use bands 4 and 17 (same source).
The iPhone 5s does all of those and more. Model A1533 (GSM)*: UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz); GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz); LTE (Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 13, 17, 19, 20, 25)
(Source: https://www.apple.com/iphone-5... )
I may be missing something but just buying an unlocked iPhone 5S from apple seems to give you all the LTE, HSPA, etc networks you could use in the UK and USA/Canada.
What he is describing is an optional feature that you have to turn on on your iDevice. Not sure if it is even on by default.
Check in your Settings>iMessage.
You have clearly never used a 3d printer. Even a commercial 100k$ one.