But... how will the kiddies learn about one-click buying?
barring warp drive or some sort of perfect stealth system, war in space will be mostly a staring match
War in space will be mostly robotic.
It merely states that the U.S. gov't will recognize extracted minerals as being the property of those who extracted them.
The key, exactly. You own what you create, nothing more. And a performance is only a performance when you perform. (That was a preemptive Shh!...)
Well, you do have to use Monster Cables, and Klipsch speakers in a soundproof isobaric chamber
"Microsoft paid us a metric crap-ton of money..."
Petty cash... And besides, this "news" is a press release. Everybody got what they were looking for (except the users of the domains) and it will be forgotten like yesterday's lunch. Smells like fish
Yet we will not see perjury charges against them. How quaint.
Blurring lines between criminality and politics.?
The two are synonymous. What's this line?
Not really. They got away with it at no real cost. Chances are our "small Nevada hosting provider" was cooperating fully with Microsoft, and playing the victim card helps avoid bad press. Or it could be covering up a National Security Letter.
...we have 30+ year old designs in the field now which are rapidly becoming obsolete...
Compared to what? Everybody else's 40+ year old design? We fly 60+ year old bombers that still outperform anything built since.
mufti role utility aircraft
"Swiss Army Airplanes" usually don't perform as well as expected. The Harrier being the exception.
Make 'em call in the marines... It'll be a great show.
Then, while they're tearing it down, get it on film...
We still burn kerosene. How primitive is that?
Every airplane can land on water at least once.
No, he was right. Gravity rules. I never said the airplane would land softly.