hydrophobic / hydrophilic
Maybe not occupy, but as soon as week can exploit those bodies? yup, out the airlock it goes.
Exactly, re-direct all traffic to a page that states "You are infected, here's the fix, contact your ISP if you want to confirm this page is legitimate."
Bam, problem solved.
Most of that dust is probobly on the stationary part of the fans. The main idea for this heatsink is that the HEATSINK doesn't get as much dust on it. Take a look at most fans they get some dust on the blades, but it doesn't really build up over time, as compared to the dust that accumulates on the stationary fins of a standard heatsink.
In no way is this like a Boundary Drag Pump. It has blades, the defining characteristic of a Tesla pump is that it DOSEN'T have blades. Yes they both talk about the boundary layer effect, but the heat sink is trying to minimize it as it impeads heat transer to the air, while a tesla pump tries to maximize it as that is how the pump transfers motion to the liquid.
I'll bet you that any 6 year old can solve the problem of where a ballistic projectile will be, even accounting for air resistance, in real time without a computer.
Don't believe me? Toss them a ball. The rest is just notation.
Two things wrong with that, first the proposal is to put it in orbit around the moon, not Earth, so they are taking safety into account.
Second, crashing it into the moon would make it more expensive to extract as you would have to mine the minerals out the moons crust, as the impact would mix the two together a fair bit. they would still be concentrated, but not as much as on the roid, also you would then have the cost of boosting them out of the moons gravity well, While not that strong, the minirals were out of it to begin with.
The location can be tracked as soon as your OS loads, you can wipe a laptop without ever loading the OS