Though, in this initial experiment, it was limited to pulses of a "mere" 0.3 PW or 300,000 gigawatts.
Does this mean they can travel through time approximately 250,000 times faster than Doc Brown could? Or is the conversion from gigawatts to jiggawatts nonlinear?
In this day and age, you'd have to be stupid or insane to do what you do.
Or have an older vehicle that only has a CD player and no USB/Line-in (perhaps it's even integrated into the other functions of the car, so can't easily/cheaply be replaced)
Also, let me know where I can buy an MP3 player with 2TB of storage space.
You don't need to have your entire collection always available to you
Many players (especially those that support FLAC) support user-changeable MicroSD cards
The FIIO X5 supports 2x128GB, so you can have a quarter terabyte of music instantly available to you, and keep the other 1.75TB in your pocket/smoke pack/whatever
Robot security guard: I am now authorized to use physical farce!
Mississauga is very much its own city, with its own municipal government, charter, and bylaws.
Just because it's immediately next to Toronto doesn't make it "not a city"
How does a horse head and torso compare to Windows ME?
WinME was a horse's ass, not head;
As opposed to a llama's ass, something of which Winamp really whipped.
What type of outlet did they plug into? American? European?
European outlets wouldn't be able to carry enough weight, unless perhaps you had two of them with a string between them
I don't have a smartphone. Are there places in the world where people pay for smartphones without any sort of data plan whatsoever?
Smartphones still can do a lot with just WiFi, and there are a lot of places with "free" wifi in generic metropolitan areas.
I know quite a few people with little-to-no data plan; i.e. many with no data-plan at all, and a significant number of people with very little (a few hundred MB)
Even the "small" data plans are used only for apps like Maps or Mass-Transit info (stuff that you may need while not near wifi); for all of their browsing and such while out of the house, they'll stop in at a Starbucks or something and do it there over wifi.
Because we have no other term (to my knowledge) to describe a collection of planets orbiting another star....and saying a collection of planets orbiting another star is waaaay too much of a mouthful.
And saying "planetary system" is also too difficult?
A planetary system is a set of gravitationally bound non-stellar objects in orbit around a star or star system.
Man, I totally forgot about those. Although I heard those African tribes have some kickass diamond mining technology.
They totally do...
Step 1: Warlord kicks your (or your family's) ass[es]
Step 2: You mine diamonds for free
Step 3: Profit!!!
What happened to the slashdot of old?
Kids these days, that's what...
Now; welcome to my lawn...
I mean, come on! We saw no rats in any of the videos! Are they trying to convince us it's some kind of magical cheese that rats dislike? It simply makes no sense.
The rats were all hanging out with Chewbacca
You can bring any calculator you like to the midterm, as long as it doesn't dim the lights when you turn it on. -- Hepler, Systems Design 182