6000 lines of code, that's the good news. The bad news is that it's written in perl and makes heavy use of regular expressions.
Sorry the subject of parent says muon detector
Whenever a fission reactor operates, it produces neutrinos. In fact, high grade fissile material can produce it too. Neutrinos are also impractical to shield against. It has been known and proposed for some time that if we built a network of neutrino detectors for about $10 billion we would be able to monitor and prevent anyone including ourselves from building nukes, anywhere. Yeah ourselves too, so gee I wonder why nobody is funding it.
If you dont believe me just google these three words: neutrinos fission reactor
What is the weather promising? A hurricane?
Pluto was on away on a planetary midgets conference.
In the future, money will be made by owning things. Wait, I am sorry that's not just the future that's how it has always been. If you don't own property, or part of a company, or some intellectual property. There is no money in work, unless the work is generating property for you. In the future as robots do most of work
Instead of worrying about unemployment, government should worry about the uninvested. Government can tax the factories and give out shares to the uninvested, so they casn get dividends and live off that. If you won't have any investment, how do you expect to retire? Oh yeah by investing in social security. Not bad.
NSFW? In this context you must mean Nude Super-sized Fat Women.
What are you like on a high meds day?
If you need to press something to activate voice control, it has already failed.
They made it transparent so you can see its total opacity.
Is taxing foreign goods like affirmative action for inefficient workers? I mean seriously people talk about reverse discrimination and then they are willing to discriminate? How is that even possible?
If someone else is willing to work for less than you, why do you want to force me to hire you? You are preventing the product from being made cheaper just by your existence. How is that a contribution to the world? At least the business owner is making something useful.
I don't see nowhere in the article where it says win32. Maybe you talking about win64?
Sawfish must be a lot smarter than humans since they didn't form a nonsensical religion around it.
Ok lets say it has to be a permanent heart valve.
For math ease, let's say a heart beats at 60 beats per minute (once per second
So to calculate how many days it will take to go through 10 million cycles we do Number of cycles / (Hours in a day x Minutes in an hour x Beats in a minute) = 10,000,000 / (24 x 60 x 60) = 10,000,000 / 86,400 = 115.74 = about 116 days
So unless they can get say 100 million or more out of it I don't think this will find much use outside of a temporary heart valve.