2D has a special meaning when is comes to materials science. It means something like "as thin as it can possibly be and still be the material".
I think it is unlikely that Klimt was influenced by Picasso. Picasso was 19 years younger than Klimt and by the time he became famous Klimt's had already established his style. The situation appears to be similar with Braque. I think the article's claim that "indeed experts are well acquainted with the idea that Klimt was influenced by both these artists" could be a mistake.
According to wiki about 3.8% of the U.S. population is gay, but the % of men that is gay is not mentioned.
In any case, the original poster seems to be ignoring the possibility of female pedophiles.
For some reason I don't find Einstein making a spelling mistake particularly extraordinary. Sounds like a particularly ordinary thing for an un-edited manuscript and a unusual name like "Hubble".
If making a spelling mistake is extraordinary, then
There are already toilets that put the seat down already. They're readily available in Japan and probably available at a dealer where ever you might be.
One of the problems is that in some cases you need to mark both devices. For example, for some Android phones the top of the micro cable corresponds to the screen, while with other phones the top corresponds to the rear of the device. It is an issue mainly for developers who deal with multiple devices in an single day, but still.
Using signal strength you can get a rough estimate of which beacon is closest. With more than 2 beacons you can estimate your position relative to the beacons.
I hope this is true. And I hope more people speak up against them.
According to wikipedia he contributes to Nepalese healthcare.
You mean Debt of Honor, right? It was apparently a 747.
When politicians came out and said NOBODY EVER THOUGHT OF USING PLANES AS MISSLES!"...I thought...don't any of them read Clancy?
They don't read. Period.
> The island was kept as a non-issue until the Japan nationalised it from so called private owners.
No, the island was an issue well before then. Chinese politicians were raising the issue, and Chinese (and Taiwanese) boats were landing on the island before it was "nationalized" (essentially re-nationalized because it was owned by the Japanese government and then leased. The "nationalization" was the cancellation of the lease).
ICs weren't invented for the space industry, but it is from the space and military industries that the transistor and IC manufacturers received a lot of their initial funding. For both the space and military industries the high costs of transistors and ICs was justified by their space, weight and energy-use savings along with their heat resistance. For business and consumers the benefits didn't justify the costs.
If is wasn't for the space and military industries the development of transistors and ICs would probably have been slower.
It's more than just a transistor. That it is multiple connected components is what gives it significance in the history of technology.
It's a piece of history. The price tag is determined by those who value history.
Actually that was the goal of the AndroVM project. Unfortunately, that project became the commercial Genymotion project and the goal doesn't appear to be desktop integration, but instead a developer tool. You can use it to run apps, but I don't see any specific integration features.
Otherwise, there is BlueStacks, but it runs on Windows and Mac, but not Linux.