Did Guistra get the contracts?
And then when you got past the nipples you stopped the download because there wasn't a point any longer.
By then, I'd usually lost patience and just turned to my vast collection of ASCII porn stored on a tape drive.
Those were the days......
The 'normal' level of vitamin D has also crept upwards over the years.
The other fact is that pure gas cars are getting really good milage.
My Chevy Cruze is averaging over 33 mpg for me.
LOL. My 2002 Prius got 45 mpg (not to mention much, much lower emissions).
33 mpg is in the same class as "can't be bothered". If you want to crow, you need to get more than 50 mpg, son.
- Is holding the world record of 574,8 km/h on conventioanl rail since 2007.
- Is linking all major cities in France and some abroad (Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, UK).
- Has commercial speeds of 280km/h for the oldest ones, to 320km/h for the current generation.
- Costs a fraction of the price of the maglev.
But, YMMV. And by all means go Japan !
I'm sure you had the same level of skepticism towards an article published in Rolling Stone last fall.
If you can't find a picture of me online with 30 seconds on the googles, you need to stop eating the paintchips.
Yep. A physicist trying to explain a balanced line to other physicists, without knowing the word for it.
Haldane would be spinning in his grave.
Can somebody buy that guy some clippers or tweezers to solve his problem of having only a single eyebrow?
no, but mitt romney does?
No, but he can become one in the afterlife if he has enough wives on Earth prior to his death.
I would switch, but then I'd have to rewrite my hosts files.
If the end of the coil that is hanging is grounded (earthed), it becomes an autotransformer. As it's shown, it's a variable inductor and the disconnected end is irrelevant and has no meaningful physical effect at the frequency a spark transmitter could have reached.
This comment seems to get closer to what they actually mean in their scientific paper. But the article about it is garble and the paper might suffer from second-language issues, and a lack of familiarity with the terms used in RF engineering.