That is a one good troll
That is a one good troll
And do remember to pay for the four hours the doctor counselled
The highest temperature ever recorded in Bangalore is 38.9 C (102 F) (recorded in March 1931).
Without monsoons whole of the Indian subcontinent would be a dessert, they are single handedly responsible for most of the rainfall (consequently irrigation and agriculture) in india.
Due to its effect on agriculture, flora and fauna and the general weather of India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, etc., among other economic, social and environmental effects, a monsoon is one of the most anticipated, followed and studied weather phenomena of the Indian subcontinent. It has significant impact on the overall well-being of subcontinent residents and has even been dubbed the "real finance minister of India"
1.) Double the resources doesn't imply mean double the ability, depends on what ability we are talking about.Car Analogy: Double the amount of fuel you have in tank does not double the max speed you can achieve,(though it does double the distance)
2.) Computers might not have pee breaks but what about Garbage Collection breaks?
Comment: No matter what the real response to above question be, i am sure you'll rather trust the answer given by majority of doctors and not Hawking,Gates or musk
All you are promoting is waste of worlds resources, energy and time
How low is your IQ that you can understand that word "he" in this context applies to all sexes(And not just male,female)
Well, but none of them, are as cool as opening one beer bottle with another
I never quite got the idea of pumping your own gas, From what i have seen in my country(Call me FES) it just seems more efficient for cars queuing up and one guy quickly pumping and dispatching cars asap.
Depends on how rare good decisions are and how many you make at which point you know longer can make decisions.
Its rather that companies like Verizon think money is scarce, need more.
When comparing bandwidth its also important to compare what frequency we are talking about, after all there is exponentially more bandwidth available at higher frequencies(i.e. only 100MHz between 2.35 and 2.45GHz but 100Ghz between 2.35THz and 2.45THz
For me its other way round, I can read linear content on ebooks easily, but for notes and reference material where i am going to be jumping around a lot i prefer physical book . Though a properly hyper-linked e-book does work too but that is not always available.
I Personally feel the user interface in ebook readers vs a physical book is completely lacking in features. Consider the following areas in which books certainly excel
1.)Browsing Around: A real book allows you to move forward or backward way more easily then small next/forward,scroll bar does on a ereader. Further when moving between pages, the discontinuous screen refresh in any ereader contributes to you loosing focus.
2.)Viewing Multiple Pages: On a real book you use your hand as a temporary bookmark to quickly jump between two pages, On a ereader this might involve navigating menus, waiting for screen refresh and other annoyances.
3.)Taking Notes: Handwriting beats typing any day for small notes which may contain figures, underlines Symbols. Even with a $1 pen beats any stylus out there.
Of course there are numerous areas where e-readers excel like augmented content, search tools, information to weight ratio etc. I am sure all these will change in time some with ui innovations and other with improved technology.
I am personally surprised no body used a physical knob(iWatch like but larger) for navigating between pages on a ereader.
You are under estimating the literal tin-foil hat wearer, after all they believe government is reading thoughts right out of your brain.
"Survey says..." -- Richard Dawson, weenie, on "Family Feud"