I'm not sure what the difference is, but for some reason nearly all of California has scarce restrooms. Places like Denver are the opposite.
Four out of five elderly people given CPR end up dying within days. Many of them with prolonged and intense suffering due to CPR prolonging the inevitable.
We certainly need more thought about end-of-life care, living wills, and do-not-resuscitate orders. But CPR is not the only intervention affected by that.
And in some cases CPR is given when it's not warranted, breaking ribs, collapsing lungs or otherwise causing serious and sometimes fatal damage.
Sometimes, yes, but more rarely than you might think.
If I keel over, please don't resuscitate unless there is at least a 50% chance of long-term success, and less than a 50% chance of causing long-term damage.
Dude, unless you're already in the hospital, whoever sees you go down or trips over your unconscious body does not have your medical history, nor can they predict your course of treatment.
The same goes for your drone.
The cooler thing would be if you have enough high speed printing capacity that you could manufacture and assemble a 1000 drone swarm in a very short period of time and overwhelm an adversaries defenses without requiring a ship big enough to carry a 1000 completed drones. And then another one, and another one. You would need a tanker full of plastic and a freighter full of batteries, electronics and propellers.
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The new show will be produced by the old-time Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman and is scheduled to go into production “shortly.” It will apparently appear on screens in 2016. For what it’s worth, Jeremy Clarkson has said that the move makes him “feel like I’ve climbed out of a bi-plane and into a spaceship.”
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In Reykjavik, Hopes&Fears talks to Guðjón Idir, Director of the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative, about how the organization aims to make Iceland the safest country in the world for journalists and journalism.
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Just because people do it and have done something does not mean it is natural to do.
Starving to death or dropping dead from polio is totally natural. We try not to do those things, despite the ravings of idiots like you.
The mistake is considering *grains* food at all.
Oh, for fuck's sake.
I LIKE bread, pasta, corn flakes and donuts, you raving moron.
paid shills, GMO fanbois, rose-colored-glasses wearers,
Pretty sure there will be a competing browser running on another device other than an xBox which utilizes screens. Pretty sure most of our blade servers make your desktop machines look like ancient Ford jalopies.
The vast majority of work done in the world is done by machines which don't talk to humans most of the time. Including the vast majority of work done on the web itself. Which is just a framing representation of various inputs and outputs we built to allow disparate machines to intercommunicate and occasionally present the data to humans.
Thank you for that insightful and informative comment which has added so much to the discussion.
Oh, wait, no it didn't, you just wanted to remind everyone that you don't own a television.
Pretty sure my 1080p 42 inch HDTV counts as a TV.
Although it is true many scientists don't own TVs, to minimize distractions.
This is why you don't let the marketroids and UI gurus design tech things. They go for feel, not substance. Substance matters.
You can enhance substance with proper UI design, so that things "fade in" as they become secure, or count down dots indicate what's enabled, but you need to actually build it right in the first place.
(caveat: my first degree was in BusMgmt Sales & Marketing focus)
So it's dead to me.
Technically, we can regrow fingerprints, but it's very expensive, and we have to alter the pattern.
Biometrics are frequently a lazy method that creates just as many problems as they solve. Most security breaches involve people spacing out. And if you make things too difficult, they subvert them, making them even more useless.