When a site asks me for things like mothers maidens name I generate another random string, give them that, store it in my encrypted password database and occasionally email that db to my email addresses in case I need one of those passwords in an emergency.
the A10-7700K will be a 384-core part.
Can some of these cores work on game AI whilst others handle graphics, or can they only work on one task all at once? Could they do game AI at all? And can programmers program for gpu cores cross-platform or is it still one brand at a time?
I wonder what the failure rate would be, there have been a couple of helicopter crashes in the UK recently although there can't be that many helicopters.
If a parcel falls from the sky and lands on your property, do you get to keep it!
It may take few years for Prime Air drones to take to the skies, as the program is still subject to safety and regulatory rules by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration(FAA).
Amazon Prime Air FAQ says, “We hope the FAA’s rules will be in place as early as sometime in 2015. We will be ready at that time”
Few months back an Australian Startup “Flitery” had announced their plan about using Drones to deliver Books."
So this is a lie then?
Perhaps they are blocking with DNS which I set up manually, if so then I hope they keep it that way. What worries me is that the cost of other blocking methods will fall to near zero and the likelihood that they will block VPN services increases. I can't see them blocking all VPN's though, as others mentioned they are a business necessity.
As for 'trading identity', my understanding is that when BT bought Plusnet, they left them running as a separate entity rather than amalgamate them. Plusnet
Well, I thought Plusnet would be big enough to be hit by this but they don't even seem to blocking pirate-bay. 76/18mbit fibre, no complaints at approx 600gb used one month, 20quid a month, reasonable I think.
The main by-product of enrichment is depleted uranium (DU), principally the U-238 isotope, with a U-235 content of ~0.3%. It is stored, either as UF6 or as U3O8
Half-life 4.468 billion years
it gets less poisonous while it's sitting around
Yeah, quit bitching about Uranium fucking hippies, it's half-life is only 4.468 billion years and we can probably store this stuff without most of it leaking so STFU about it already.
disallowed in the United States for purely political reasons.
From that which you linked:
In March 1999, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) reversed its policy and signed a contract with a consortium of Duke Energy, COGEMA, and Stone & Webster (DCS) to design and operate a mixed oxide (MOX) fuel fabrication facility. Site preparation at the Savannah River Site (South Carolina) began in October 2005. In 2011 the New York Times reported "...11 years after the government awarded a construction contract, the cost of the project has soared to nearly $5 billion. The vast concrete and steel structure is a half-finished hulk, and the government has yet to find a single customer, despite offers of lucrative subsidies." TVA (currently the most likely customer) said in April 2011 that it would delay a decision until it could see how MOX fuel performed in the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi.
Sounds like no-one's interested because it's prohibitively expensive even with big subsidies from the Gov't.
If they cut all the premiums of the safe drivers, where is the money for the claims of the unsafe going to come from?
Other unsafe drivers. Duh. Why do you think some people have higher insurance premiums than other people?
FML you actually got modded up for that piece of stupidity.
"In 1973, the Nixon Administration ordered the discontinuance by the CIA of the use of hijacking as a covert action weapon against the Castro regime. Cuban intelligence followed suit. "
You oh so conveniently missed that bit out.
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US needs a justice system, it only appears to have an injustice system.