I find it notable that there is no mention of miracast anywhere in the GoGo description. Isn't this what Miracast is supposed to deliver?
One of the major reasons why an American can pay up to 10X as much as an Australian for inferior health care, is that the American system is obsessed with finding and eliminating people who are "getting something for nothing". Not just the government but also the hospitals and private insurance companies. There's a veritable army of government and private accountants all spending $5 to save $0.50. Here in Oz the doctor bills the government directly. It's the doctors and hospital admins who are monitored for fraud by cheap automated statistical analysis.
Personally, I think a day/night cycle is needed for life to get started
The convection currents around deep sea volcanic "vents" do the same job. Panspermia and abiogenesis are not mutually exclusive, despite the "either or" argument manufactured by the mass media.
I think panspermia is a long shot, but given the length of time and the size of the universe it's almost certainly happened somewhere at sometime. Volcanos could also be a mechanism for single celled life to leave a planet. It's said that rocks as large as a houses were blasted into obit by Krakatoa and some types of lichen have survived on the outside of the ISS for more than a year. The landing on such an interplanetary flight would be very difficult to survive since the rock is likely to vaporise on impact. Even if it survived and landed on a habitable planet, the locally evolved life forms would more than likely out-compete it by simply eating it.
People don't want to turn off traction control to do a burnout, they also probably want to slide around corners.
I also heard it called Comma-toy and Commode-door, at the time.
What could possibly go wrong? Ask my friend Sue, Sue Nami. What else would happen when you create a "void" under the ocean floor? I know it's not really a void, but I'm equally sure that the freshwater in that porous stone is part of the strength of the stone, just like the aquifers under Florida.
(Putting "tsunami" here in case anyone else searches for the word and doesn't see it. Credit to Larry Norman's "So Long Ago, the Garden" for Sue Nami.)
How is that different from your doctor saying "You most likely have Leukemia." All diagnosis and advice is based on a probability scale. If you have an 88% chance of developing cancer that's almost as good as saying you have cancer.
the MARKET will put them out of business as consumers will a) stop using them and b) competitors who provide better service will emerge.
Just like the MARKET will put all of those herbal supplements, homeopathic water solutions and penis enlargers out of business?
Who knows, it could even happen, "The Day After Tomorrow". I wonder how busy Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal are.
Slightly more seriously, on the recent risk report, fresh water stopping the Gulf Stream was rated quite low-risk. (I forget the adjective.)
Don't men suffer from overeating as well?
Yes we do, the difference is we don't feel guilty about it. The bra is "working" on the same (unreliable) principle that a lie detector uses, if there is no stress from guilt/fear/whatever then the bra won't detect anything.The idea that someone needs an app to tell them "what mood their in" strikes me as more having a lot more comedic potential than commercial potential, although it maybe a big hit with the Japanese sub-culture that sees impractical inventions as some kind of performance art.