So they rise slower than the Himalayas then. Lame.
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How about the tremendous economic damage caused by the tectonic plate, that contains the Indian subcontinent, smashing into Eurasia? The usable land in the Indian subcontinent keeps decreasing and the Himalayas keep getting higher. You know what? No one cares. It happens so slowly that people adjust.
The Chinese are supposedly going to build a nuclear power plant for EDF in the UK so that day may be a lot closer than you think.
That fact that they need to put a multi page FAQ on their website to explain how to create a login account without a credit card number is telling enough.
In their defense SAP's software is even worse bloatware than the crap McAfee puts out.
So how many times did iTunes ask you for your credit card number?
Actually it isn't. This service only works for full retail versions of Windows. If you are an OEM user it won't work.
You're wrong. They had the ISOs publicly available at Digital River for yonks over FTP. Then they pulled them down.
MS just likes to make things harder for paying users than needs be.
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The wheel gets reinvented. Again. The Cray-3 used Gallium Arsenide and 3D chip packaging i.e. chip stacking. You can see 3D chip stacking in use today in things like smartphones. The thing is the Cray-3 is from 1991.
Sounds more like someone decided to bork a perfectly fine and stable piece of software. Software doesn't rot.
Gun good! Penis bad!
If those meat bags are sent dead, or don't breathe, drink, or eat along the way, it might be possible.
You could also do it with multiple launches and in-orbit assembly.
Nah. All they had to do was let the Greek banks fail and handle it as any other business bankruptcy. The bank assets would be resold on the market and used to repay the creditors who would then have to write down the debt on their books. Instead they're just kicking the can down the road and letting the debt snowball.
I don't hate Germany. I hate near sighted politicians. And I don't know why you think I'm Greek.