.... because otherwise they could not pocket 1.999 million dollars.
"You need to have the Adobe Flash Player to view this content." Really, even CNN has adopted html5 for showing their videos on their website and the site made supposedly for geeks still requires an outdated api, preposterous I say.
For less than $35 USD I get 6 mbps over here (and long distance calls are always paid as local) and I live in Mexico, a third world country.
Does anybody knows if exosomes would be removed from the blood stream if the "biospleen" is used? http://www.nature.com/news/art...
If I understand correctly then later on a wrapper for Directx 7/8 could be written on top of the directx 9 API in Gallium3D?
But if we get a glide warpper at the video card driver level, then Windows (and not only DOS) games can run with glide support.
It would be nice if such a wrapper for Glide was made part of the Gallium3D implementation. It would be even better if they used OpenGL 3/4 (to keep the level of emulation to a minimum since from what I have heard, modern video drivers emulate OpenGL 1/2) since nowadays most people have (at least) DX10/OpenGL 3 capable video cards.
It would be nice if support for Glide 2.1 and 3.0 be added also, there is a good chunk of oldies that would benefit and nowadays wine has dosbox built in, so even DOS games would be supported.
Now if this also applied to roms bought on the sony, nintendo or xbox store, then I would be a happy camper.
No doubt the NSA owns at least half of them.
This comment "A negative mass chasing a positive mass accelerates forever..." made me think, what if positive and negative mass were created equally at the start of our universe, they started chasing each other and THAT is what creates time?
If you can compress space to achieve warp speed, you can then also compress space to create waves in the vacuum.
The degree is corruption makes a world of difference (say, third world class difference).
Then this new substance could be used to warm up the martian atmosphere
It was http://news.cnet.com/The-Compex-Sport-Shock-therapy-for-workout-warriors/2100-1041_3-6226516.htmlall the rage forty years ago, albeit the zapping was not done in the brain directly, but Bruce Lee did it quite frequently.