back to your Jackass reruns, Philistine!
negative energy density may be achievable in situations such as casimir vacuum between parallel conducting plates.
Holly: "Strike a light! I'm a genius again! I know everything! Metaphysics, philosophy, the purpose of being-everything! Ask me a question, any question, and I'll answer it."
Talkie Toaster: "Any question?"
Talkie Toaster: "How to break the speed of light? How to marry quantum mechanics and classical physics? Any question at all, truly anything and you will answer?"
Talkie Toaster: "OK, here's my question: Would you like some toast?"
Holly: "No, thank you. Now ask me another."
Talkie Toaster: "Do you know anything about the use of chaos theory in predicting weather cycles?"
Holly: "I know everything there is to know about chaos theory and predicting weather cycles"
Talkie Toaster: "Oh, very well. Here's my second question: Would you like a crumpet?"
Holly: "I'm a computer with an I.Q. of 12,000. You don't seem to understand; I know the meaning of the universe."
Talkie Toaster: "That's not answering my question."
Holly: [irritated] "No, I would not like a crumpet! Now ask me a sensible question, preferably one that isn't bread related."
Talkie Toaster: "Very well. I have a third question. A sensible question. A question that will tax your new I.Q. to its very limits and stretch the sinews of you knowledge to bursting point."
Holly: This is going to be about waffles, isn't it?"
Talkie Toaster: Certainly not. And I resent the implication that I'm a one-dimensional, bread-obsessed electrical appliance."
Holly: I apologise, toaster. What's the question?"
Talkie Toaster: The question is this: Given that God is infinite, and that the universe is also infinite... would you like a toasted teacake?" --- Red Dwarf ep. "White Hole"
Mom: "How the *%*$ did you get an F in vocabulary??!!"
Kid: "How the *%*$ should I know?"
or not, if it deactivates itself because you changed a disk drive, and the indian argues with you
LibreSSL is portable, it can be built on Windows. You don't know what portable means, "being able to be compiled by Microsofts bloatware" is not the definition of portable, windows-fanboy.
your snarky little post is irrelevant and in no way addresses the issue I raise
NASA recently changed the way they compute the average, it made 1998 NOT the warmest year on record. This hooplah could just be an artifact of that alternative method of calculation
sitting on a macpro here at work, I'd say let's just have Apple fix yosemite bugs and problems. Not worrying about a dust speck in someone else's eye while they have two by four in their own
If someone wants to waste money on a "toy" for coolness factor, I have no argument to give
No, rackfull of blades can't handle the hundreds of IO channels nor have 10TB common RAM that this mainframe could.
yes, very hard to do when mounting disk from environment for forensic purposes where that command isn't available, or where systemd-journald is part of what failed in the giant monolithic mound of systemd
you epitomize the lack of experience and common sense typifies systemd shills and Poettering in particular
How many hundreds of servers do you administer?
Those of use who admin huge data centers say systemd is bloated badly engineered garbage; we have experience and deal with the latest softares too, so can't be "dinosaurs"
You just want something to make your laptop easy to use
Wrong, the way to deal with the increasing complexity due to real progress and innovation is NOT to make something with *needless complexity*
You have no engineering sense, typical of a sysD-tard