Not a single science fiction writer, or scientific study that I know, imagined worlds with chaotic orbits. But here is one, in our own solar system. And we found out just now.
And only supports 16 GB. Yes, thats too little, I usually run multiple VMs and 16 GB is the bare minimum.
That's why I have to put up with the Lenovo W540/W541, with his horrible touchpad, but hey, it got 32 GB and supports two HDDs plus an M2 SSD.
Even Lenovo W550 go back to only 2 DIMMs, but at least it supports 16 GB DIMMS, even if they are like 500 u$s each right now.
I, as an Argentinian, am NOT desperate in the way you claim. I, as an Argentinian, do NOT agree with you.
I, as an Argentinian, DO agree with him.
Hi from Buenos Aires.
No, the solution is not going cashless. We don't have a banking problem. We have a currency problem, because the government steals from us in the form of inflation. Going cashless is giving the government more power to screw us.
Also we know very well how to play this game. If you can save, you buy other currencies like dollars. Or houses, if you are rich.
If you need the money, you convert and spend as fast as possible. Inefficient and somewhat expensive, but possible.
Bitcoin is easier to transfer, but too volatile. You might as well save in pesos.
Three minutes at 1400 HP is no small feat.
The Bugatti Veyron fuel tank last about 10 minutes at full power, and it's only 1000 hp.
Maybe it took a week to make a small hole, that's an important detail.
I think I can predict what would happen to the mice.
It's like when you upgrade a Commodore 64 to a Core I7 and try to run CPM on it. They'll crash and die.
Like this one:
Xrays produced by the Bremsstrahlung effect are proportional to the voltage of free-electrons hitting an atom. That is, a 30kV electron would produce X-ray light with a spectrum centered in 30kV.
Rays have millions of volts and should be expected to produce X-rays of mega-electronvolts energy, this is gamma-ray energy levels.
But Bremsstrahlung needs vacuum, so I probably don't know what I'm talking about.
Firefox is dog slow in Ubuntu box (Core I5!) always taking 20%-30% cpu.
Chrome, not much better. Just tried Opera Developer (chromium based I believe) and the difference is abysmal. 0% cpu at idle, fast as lightning, I installed lots of plugins into Opera and it still it consumes no CPU. Why Firefox or chrome can't be like this?
Some Hollywood-style end of world scenario right here.
You might as well buy the bare chip for u$s 5, it's almost the same as this board.
15 million dollars in equipment was lost. What's the big deal? I'm sure they spend that much in air-conditioning per day.
From your link:
>The shot resulted in the highest DT neutron yield obtained to date, estimated at nearly 3 × 1015 (three quadrillion), or almost 8,000 joules of fusion energy
>All 192 NIF beams delivered 1.7 megajoules (MJ) to the hohlraum
That doesn't look like break even...
Fusion achieved. Sometimes we are awesome creatures, congrats to all involved.
And not a minute too soon.