Sorry, that's what I meant. Still relatively close. The diameter of the observable universe is about 30 to 40 billion light years. The chance of the brightest radiation source being only 2.6 BLY away is close enough to suggest some kind of anthropic principle bias in play.
The galaxy is about 2.6 light-years away. That's relatively close. That seems kind of a coincidental. A far away one would probably be detectable because it's so powerful.
If a hacker has access to accelerometer data, he/she probably has access to lots of OTHER personal info also.
With interest rates at historic lows, excess capital causes investment bubbles. The result is too much money chasing too few great deals
Time for good old fashioned taxes
Its hard to convince Americans in general to wear seat belts.
It's our God-given right to have the freedom to allow our brains to be splattered all over His Grand Creation.
Modern take on Honeymooners: "To the moon with your job, Alice!"
Or suggests NASA workers need a vacation and a good f8ck.
At least it's not Java
So are people who think virgins are better, but it's what their market seems to want.
ACA is not "free healthcare"; it's required insurance. Very different. Sure, there are subsidies, which is fine by me when inequality is so high.
And, early retirement makes room for the next generation to work.
I remember doing optical experiments with calibrated light sources from 1950...They still live in 1960x
Well, they ain't russian to get anything new.
I like "Crashberry"
How do you get references from dead martyrs?
Actually, the fine print would probably resemble: "You will receive stated number of virgins in the afterlife, but Al-Qaeda and its affiliates cannot guarantee the quality, skill, sexual preference, or the species of the virgins. Nor do we offer substitutions."
Could you test this by blowing my organ?
True nerds would find a way to get Emacs to do it.....I bet RMS put the code in already even.