For similar reasons as described in https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2012/05/criminal_intent.html it will not be usefull.
You, the earthquake was big and so the wave. Sure this was a big catastrophe.
But have you thought radioactive fuel in spend fuel pool of Fukushima, if the now destabilised spend fuel pool get a big crack so that the water runs out? I think it is very likely that you don't need an earth quake as big as the one from March 10 to get this done...
1) The current problems are just happening while the earth around is half way stable and not shaking too much. But what will happen if a half way decent earthquake is hitting the area of Fukushima? What will then happen to all those water tanks which seem already now to have bigger problems on a regular basis? What will happen to all the other sensitive parts of the nuclear plant whose structure is already badly damaged from the previous tsunami.
2) How many decades will the damaged poweplant still have to survive before it is not anymore a danger?
3) How frequently are half way decent earthquakes in that region?
I'm sure that the big catastrophy is still comming
...and the world is a disk.
Which is far better than 10:1...
What else can one say, than shame on the TSA.
I fly a lot in the EU and I never had any problems with the security process. I was always treated respectfully and profesional manner.
But flying to the US (which I awoid at any cost, but sometimes I can't) is always an unpleasent thing. In a way the USA has lost already against terrorism since it lets itself be terrorised.
That a country of democracy and "freedom" has its people treated like this is nothing else than shameful...
So what? Computers running Win98, Win95 etc. are already in this situation. Nobody complains about them...
I just remember this joke about the event: http://xkcd.com/955/
Wish you all the best!
Rated "Funny"? Where is the "Sad" or "Depressing" tag when one needs it?!
"The departure lounge allows international and domestic passengers to be together so that the domestic passengers have access to the lounge facilities, according to BAA."
Still, what if I have a valid, selfbought ticket from Miami to Heathrow T5 with a connecting flight to some small local airport in the UK afterwards?
Shyeah, who reads on that schedule?
People who want to bost themself with how many books their device has loaded on but do not actually read books...
My books don't consume electricity. The oldest ones I have are physical prints which are more than 50 years old. Still working and looking splendit
Well, for me -- not being an artist, but a mathematician -- a Mac just perfoms best. Great huge screen, an OS which just works the way it should, a great TeX distribution, and good choice of programs for surfing the web, reading e-mails and organising my BibTeX references. I for myself have used Linux before and it does a great job but by now I feel more comfortable with my iMac...