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The question is what would happen in an encounter of 2 objects with symmetrical masses?
The speculation is about negative mass and antimatter... What if, somehow, negative mass was more attracted to antimatter? Could that explain why there is so little antimatter around?
In the AS side of things, there were already 2 kinds of releases. Like Fedora, you have the 6 months(?) releases supported by the community and then, from time to time, you get the stable Red Hat EL to be used by clients with support contracts. WildFly will be much like fedora in this sense. Jboss AS will continue for the ones with support contract. Until now, if you used JBoss in a serious task, there was almost no difference in the quality between paid and unpaid versions, from now on, I think it will be a different story.
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Hibernate takes forever to recover (I don't run only firefox...), so I don't use it.
Slep is Ok but for 2 or 3 times I forgot a laptop for several days and the battery got completely dead. Needless to say that its charge capacity is now around +-20%. Li-ion batteries should no be completely discharged.
Now I think twice before using sleep.
(I use Ubuntu)
I have an entry level audiophile system and I can assure that a lot of the records hold a shitty sound the will not benefit with 24bits/192KHz.
Moreover, in my town there are almost no hi-fi sellers because everybody listens music in portable devices with dubious quality.
The way records are being made has changed since the beginning of the dominance of MP3. One of the consequences is that producers focus in strong bass and light high because in a compressed MP3 those are the most hitted freqs...
In a low end system if you reduce the sample rate to 32KHz (from 44KHz) you will not feel the difference and they talk of 24bits... This is pure BS.
In the 80's even with analog systems sound quality was almost the same as today.