Why is it the property owners reponsibility to go find and talk to the drone operator? The drone operator, on the other hand, knows where his toy is going so maybe HE should actually act like a responsible person and let the property owners know what he is doing ahead of time.
No, it doesn't. It says they showed a chart from an online hunting course. Said chart shows 'maximum projectile range'. It does not say that is when shooting straight up, or that there is enough energy left at that distance to do any harm.
It doesn't say it is 100% effective, it says it had a 100% success rate IN THE TRIAL. Which it did. The TFA says that the actual effectiveness will be between 75 and 100%. But it is sooo much easier to just criticize than simply read, isn't it.
Serious question: are placebos normally used in a vaccine trial? Is there really such a thing as a placebo effect for something like ebola?
Only half the people were vaccinated the first time. The rest were the control group. Of the control group 16 got ebola. Then they vaccinated the rest, and nobody got ebola.
Nope. We could blame it on ignorance if, for instance, he asked why it is possible to develop an ebola vaccine but not kill cancer. But he didn't do that, he claimed some kind of conspiracy that is stopping us from curing cancer.
LASER is what is happening. laser is the name of the device.
The submitter never mentioned popcorn. The first RESPONSE mentioned popcorn, but that is NOT the original poster. If you are going to chastise or correct someone (twice), if helps if you are correct.
See the post directly above yours (from the submitter). It wasn't me who was not paying attention.
I don't see anything in his request about playing media (although maybe he wants to do that). It seems to me what he wants is some cheap device that acts as a VNC client (with sound), using his TV as the monitor.
Why would the FDA prevent it? It has aleady been approved and used in the past. And if the USDA is preventing it, that isn't really a drug company, is it?
So, start a company that makes animal insulin. The patents are long gone, there's nothing stopping you.
Been like that pretty much forever. Before they had the stores they had service bays. And if that friendly guy who checked your oil just happened to notice that your hoses looked bad, well... But then the newer cars started needing less and less service, so the bays were replaced with stores.
You're both right in a way. The 3278s did have a cap lock next to the A key. That was because the 3278s replaced typewriters in the corporate environment. The original PC/XT/AT systems were not targeted at the corporate environment, they were targeted at the SOHO market. Those keyboards did not have the caps lock next to the A key. The 3270PC was used as a replacement for 3278, and it had the caps lock next to the A. This was the first IBM PC targeted for corporate. After that most of their PCS were corporate use, and they retained that layout.
And by the time you have modified the ATM software you no longer have an ATM, you have this safe. So what exactly is the point?