I needed to connect two LANs across a street. We were sending data through our Internet connections, but our uplink speed was poor. I had two old wifi hubs, and converted one to a network bridge with an open source firmware. Used it to log into the other wifi hub, and created an 802.11G connection across the street. Took us 3 months to get permission to actually run a cable, so this worked until we were able to do it right.
My cell phone has been on IPv6 for years. Everything I have is ready for the conversion. What is holding it up?
Is this unique to U of P, or are their competitors having the same problems?
"There was an overpressure event in the upper stage liquid oxygen tank. Data suggests counterintuitive cause." - Elon Musk. I seem to remember that happening before, I wonder when?
It seems strange that the second stage suddenly ruptured while the first was still firing. Could it have been hit with something during flight?
It seems strange that the first stage ruptured so quickly. Could it be possible that it hit something in flight?
Yes, the first stage looks like it keep on trucking as the second stage ruptured.
Legalizing Robot-Human marriages.
No, Elba. or possibly St. Helena.
The black hole just sat there. Something else collided with it, and the black hole gravity pulled it in. The something, probably a gas cloud, heated up during the fall and started to emit radiation. How does this cause something to wake up?
Have the robot build a bird to go with it. Maybe they will soon be able to 3D print one.
Someone please down vote this.
The point behind the location is to get above as much of the atmospheric water vapor as possible. Less cloud, clear nights, less interference in certain parts of the spectrum.
The sales of The Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America: A Guide to Field Identification will probably drop like a stone.