Yeah, for a rechargeable I think I'd be okay with as little as six months per recharge.
I never understood why they stop working without the ignition turned on, or shortly after being turned off.
Why isn't there an option to have electric windows operate at all times?
for Joe plebb investor. There's just another level nowadays.
If the marketers are so sure that people really want this drag-netting then let those that are so keen to have it actually choose it.
Because it's such a big undertaking, nobody, until recently, has ever even tried to get fusion to work at the scale required to prove it.
The cost meant it was easier just to put off till later.
Fission's got a number of issues but the biggest by far is stupidity of designing and building inherently unstably reactors. And then continuing to use them without fixing the problem!
Again, it comes back to the bean counters. When the spend is warranted, then they'll act. If the cost of disposing of the old fission reactors/fuel and rebuilding with new inherently stable designs can be shown to be cheaper than leaving the existing ones in place then it'll happen. This situation is a good example of why to get it right first time around.
For the time being, sadly, fossil fuels are cheaper. Hence the drive to start accounting for the cost of pumping so much carbon into the atmosphere.
Doing some full stride walking every day is the bees-nees!
Standing isn't going to give you anything more than sore feet.
The real question is not why 25% but why is so many people so stressed in the first place?
Stress is the #1 factor after all.
By "their methods" I mean drag-netting to achieve targeted advertising.
Ghostery turns the tables just like Mega turns the tables. It's tells advertisers what we really think of their methods by adding a usable opt-in layer to their supposed opt-out. The difference here is the advertising industry is happy to pay for that knowledge.
Also, no speed problems with NoScript doing it's thing. Most web pages get bogged down on useless scripts and flash videos.
And that's with scripting disabled even. NetworkWorld is a whore.
That will be a good test of language vs math.
It's a case of finding what you want to find. Not much objective research me thinks.
I learnt the uselessness of statistics for guidance of correctness when trying to reduce my effort required at Sudoku. I've since discover the best way to win is not to play. Doesn't stop me trying though!
Wine has no other target than x86, it's purpose is for Windoze ABI compatibility.
Windoze Server did have a tiny market on other architectures but I don't think anyone is seriously trying to get Wine to run such programs. Certainly not on an ARM.