working on 2D jobs...
Just found out MakerBot was a 3D printer maker.
"Now, paleontologists are arguing that a sixth extinction, 260 million years ago, at the end of a geological age called the Capitanian, deserves to be a member of the exclusive club."
Wouldn't you like to member of an "exclusive club"?
yep kind of what went through my mind when I read the summary, I was was thinking of that old Star Trek episode where the Voyager probe had evolved into a big super computer and what not and I figured the first hardware running Hurd 1.0 should look just like it.
well, I don't know wtf you are doing on this thread but last time I looked, as long as you have no point of ignition after take-off, chances are on your side.
Disclaimer: I work for an oxygen reseller.
On jupiter or massier planets, it would have to be more to stand landing.
Indeed, a pressure of 1 atmosphere ~= the pressure of 34 feet of water.
Deepest see explorer go down below 5,000 meters.
16 404 / 34 = 482 atmospheres !
Even in space, it shouldn't be too hard to build something to stand 1 atmosphere.
I don't think airplanes are air tight. That could explain why it would be hard to maintain a pressure of 1 atmosphere in one of those when they fly at 35,000 feet
I am currently working on a similar project: Instant beer.
The atmosphere on board the ISS is similar to the Earth's. Normal air pressure on the ISS is 101.3 kPa (14.7 psi); the same as at sea level on Earth. An Earth-like atmosphere offers benefits for crew comfort, and is much safer than the alternative, a pure oxygen atmosphere, because of the increased risk of a fire such as that responsible for the deaths of the Apollo 1 crew.
Phase 2 of the project: 3D print the teachers, save money and profit.
Some Californian found a bug in quake that enables you to make your game environment larger?
It doesn't convert links for ACs.
I used to do this to generate admin passwords for PAP2 devices going out in the field
device MAC address: 7eec2ada9f0b
device admin password: 0e8620ffe985
echo 7eec2ada9f0b | md5sum | md5sum | md5sum | cut -c -13
Damn, I should have XORed it with a secret password on top of that then my scheme would have been really bullet proof...
I find it gives much harder to decrypt data when running it 3 times.