If 80% is close.
No no no.. You've got it all wrong. You're not supposed to read past the headline. According to the headline, they only take your Bitcoin into space. You don't get to go with them (it?). Bitcoins are very light and don't take up very much cargo space.
They must be on the first ship so everything is ready when the rest of us get there.
Chips based on this new Core are a ways out.
Well, sir, there's nothing on earth Like a genuine, Bona fide, Electrified, Six-car Monorail! What'd I say? Ned Flanders: Monorail! Lyle Lanley: What's it called? Patty+Selma: Monorail! Lyle Lanley: That's right! Monorail! [crowd chants `Monorail' softly and rhythmically] Miss Hoover: I hear those things are awfully loud... Lyle Lanley: It glides as softly as a cloud. Apu: Is there a chance the track could bend? Lyle Lanley: Not on your life, my Hindu friend. Barney: What about us brain-dead slobs? Lyle Lanley: You'll be given cushy jobs. Abe: Were you sent here by the devil? Lyle Lanley: No, good sir, I'm on the level. Wiggum: The ring came off my pudding can. Lyle Lanley: Take my pen knife, my good man. I swear it's Springfield's only choice... Throw up your hands and raise your voice! All: Monorail! Lyle Lanley: What's it called? All: Monorail! Lyle Lanley: Once again... All: Monorail! Marge: But Main Street's still all cracked and broken... Bart: Sorry, Mom, the mob has spoken! All: Monorail! Monorail! Monorail! [big finish] Monorail! Homer: Mono... D'oh!
As soon as I can play my PS2 games on a PS3, I might look into buying one.
Add up everybody's share, and it comes out to 145%! These numbers are completely meaningless.
I was offer a position with the Astronaut core in 1999. The pay was laughable, and the odds of getting a ride were 1:40 at the time, which dropped of majorly after Colombia. I'm very happy that I didn't go work for NASA. So now I have a job designing fire fighting equipment, designing sensor systems to deactivating airbags when children are in the front seat, and new medical products that are going to change the way back surgery is performed and reducing the operation time from hours to less then 30 minutes and will allow the patient to walk out of the hospital. Or I could go look for water on mars. But I have NOTHING to do the font kerning on Ubuntu.
I'm just saying it's funny that they had no way to detect water ON THE LANDER. It looks like the thing is dripping wet. Maybe they didn't expect to actually land IN water, but couldn't they have come up with a way to detect if the lander was dripping with some sort of liquid! Seems like there should have been some sort of simple test to see if it was liquid. They could have vibrated the thing to see if the drops wiggle.
We sent a robot to look for water on Mars. It lands in an icy puddle, and gets covered in mud and tiny droplets (that behave just like water). But we can't tell if it's water or not. Your tax dollars at work!