Which is why you have a screening force of expendable ships and the carrier sits dark.
Breath and focus on your breath, slow your breath to 6-10 breaths a minute. Don't get frustrated that your mind is wandering when you notice this accept it and bring your focus back to your breath. The trick to meditation is bringing your focus back. Do this for 5 minutes.
It can be but it isn't
I wish them the best of luck but saltwater is particularly nasty stuff over over an extended period of time. Hopefully they can find a cheap way to insulate against it.
IIRC it is actually around 300 years, if you reprocess the waste. You'll get most of it back, except for a small amount that can't really be processed.
Only 30 dollar signs, is IBM running an early Black Friday sale?
Deliberate practice seems to be the best advice from what I've been able to find out.
Off topic but what happened with the fishing line muscle? Quick google isn't showing too much new information.
Yup, I kinda wish someone would come up with a mathematical proof for geocentrism just to have something to have an FYI for the laity, so people don't go off the deep end over stuff like this.
Keeping an open mind is good but make sure your brain doesn't fall out.
What state are you in, your dealer appears to have some great stuff?
Hold 36 pounds out in front of you like that for 2 minutes and let me know how that works out for you
I thought it was dead, and the Air Force just didn't say anything to mess with people and make them think about what it was up to.
Hong Kong's mass protest is networked. Activists are relying on a free app that can send messages without any cellphone connection.
Since the pro-democracy protests turned ugly over the weekend, many worry that the Chinese government would block local phone networks.
In response, activists have turned to the FireChat app to send supportive messages and share the latest news. On Sunday alone, the app was downloaded more than 100,000 times in Hong Kong, its developers said. FireChat relies on "mesh networking", a technique that allows data to zip directly from one phone to another via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Ordinarily, if two people want to communicate this way, they need to be fairly close together. But as more people join in, the network grows and messages can travel further.
Mesh networks can be useful for people who are caught in natural disasters or, like those in Hong Kong, protesting under tricky conditions. FireChat came in handy for protesters in Taiwan and Iraq this year."
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IIRC their argument was something along the lines of very few people were actually completely disabling JS, and a lot of them later complained that the internet wasn't working because they disabled JS. Also, NoScript is a very popular addon, which gives control over what scripts are actually allowed to run. So they switched JS back on for everyone without telling anyone and moved the option to about:config.
Their argument made sense, people who want to control JS were already using NoScript, and the web is getting more and more unusable with no JS. The only problem I had was the re-enabled JS and didn't actually tell the end user they did it, although I think someone who intentionally disabled it would realize it very quickly.
Bomb pumped lasers.