you're right, that's way too much computer for typical simple embeded app. a four bit S1C60 should be more than enough in most cases
No logical fallacy if I am making statement from personal experience about female stalking those I know; you could argue whether it is a lie or true.
The "blanket pass" is tendency I observe in US culture.
yeah four years ago had client who was miffed I didn't know which disk he should order for his HP3000 (that's right runs MPE operating system) off the top of my head.
Then I pulled up 1,200 HP disk SKUs and said, you know they sell just a few different disks.
Wrong, no big profits in commodity crap, x86 servers have been a problem in IBM financials.
the only three cases of stalking of friends and family I know of were of psycho-bitches stalking men. But you think anyone with a cunt between their legs gets a blanket pass, eh?
False, consult a standard grammar book of English and you will find trailing prepositions are incorrect.
"Find an open source project to involve yourself"
You are confused, the architecture of google is utterly useless for most businesses cases, it does not and can not provide accurate answers to queries.
There are jobs the electric tools can do that human muscle can not. Try boring a quarter inch dia. hole through an inch of case hardened 4140 chromemoly hand drill and get back to us.
Eh, such things are done in the USA, and then the NSA and Obama lie about it. Then, they pass a law saying they can't do it except when they decide there is need.
so you've never worked on serious computer systems? The mainframe and vms clusters I've used had databases working for years (over a decade in one case as new hardware joined sequentially to cluster as old retired).
failures very occasional, to say the least
even where I am now the main database is oracle on virtualized linux servers, it's been up for 3+ years
Not everything is apache server hooking to single mysql instance....
there are various models preventing singularities, like loop quantum gravity, but they all have huge problems
If things happen *inside* a black hole to dissipate energy of collapse, I've not heard of a mechanism yet, never heard of a Hawking radiation there. Supposedly everything formed there has to go into the singularity, even any spontaneous pairs created.
Now there are theories of other quantum effects that might keep singularity from forming, but quantum gravity models have a huge problem in that they are not "normalizable", the probability distributions can't be set to something meaningful and useful to describe what measured properties of particle would be.
I have a couple dozen friends into Linux, none of them use GNOME3 and all think it's garbage. MATE, XFCE4, Cinnamon and some KDE lovers yes....no GNOMERZ
you are ignorant, go read the list of capabilities of craft the US sent to Mars 40 years ago, let alone recent missions. The Indian's thing is a bowling ball by comparison
"rules of thumb" and "common methods/processes" are very much included in "competence"