mine is the 122 key model (24 function keys, 2x12). weighs over 8 lbs. The coiled cable is thicker than what the old analog phone receivers used to have
My Radio Shack Micronta 22-203A 30,000 ohm/volt analog multimeter I received at age 12. It ss still working fine and is accurate. If component ever has problem it has schematic and troubleshooting instructions. I'm over half a century old.
Even without the surveillance it is a turnoff because of the unnecessary liberal use of digital electronics in lieu of simple time-proven mechanisms rendering previously robust products more fragile and shorter-lived.
some kind of twitter twat babble? Sad because the author's picture shows he should be much too old and mature to bother with such rubbish
no fabrication, I say something does not exist. I say that which does not exist is used as basis for junk science such as this paper. The non-sequiturs are between your ears, logic fails you.
you are confused, "nothing to back it up". the complete lack of records with precision of tenth of a degree C are the proof, the fabricated charts of such from even 120 years ago are the proof
his 300 employees (at the time) were in 40 field offices
the reality is he pushes scams to increase the value of his "green" portfolio, while living hedonist lifestyle in that mansion that takes power of 20+ families, all the whle telling us to decrease our standard of living and energy consumption. hypocrite of the vilest sort.
I don't recall the Koch brothers saying I had to reduce my energy usage and carbon footprint, while sitting in a house that drew the power of 20+ families
no, the trade off is that a copter with one or two main rotors can actually lift something and stay aloft for more than mere minutes. The product is a scam to lure investors with no engineering knowledge.
when is the last time you heard of the big rotor (and/or its "Jesus nut") failing?
you are funny, the miniscule percentage of government spending that goes to Microsoft is a budget rounding error
And if Microsoft fell, those people would do other things for a living, maybe even get a few good companies while losing one giant crappy one
now we're treated like terrorists and crimminals, so much better
You bring up an often-argued completely silly scenario.
Neither the government nor the U.S. armed forces would survive the use of such weapons on the populace. The military would fall apart.
news for you, most state constitutions already state that. Mine does.
However we may get to vote on whether they take it from the left pocket or the right pocket.
I would like to see the American people demand meaningful elections.
forget it, one big-ass rotor is far more efficient and generates far more lift than a bunch of small ones. that thing has 20 minute flight time, and needs by their words a "range extender" for more than that, a combustion engine. there is a reason basics of helicopter design has not changed in decades, nothing else makes sense.