That'd really be a downer for "open mike" at weddings, where opportunities to embarrass the bride and groom abound.
All that remains are the employees who either lack the confidence in their skills to feel that they are employable elsewhere... or those employees who lack the skills.
While I can certainly see how the first one would happen, if one actually lacks the skills to do their job, then shouldn't they have been fired already? Not being productive enough *is* a reason to let someone go.
Apparently dressing well improves the holistic ambiance of a brain struggling with esoteric things like coding.
With fertilizer like that, I'm sure their lawns are looking great in spite of the drought. On a scale of 1 to 10 on the shittitude meter, that's probably like a 12 or 13.
Which portions of the Highway Traffic Act are they alleged to actually be in violation of?
If they were no more specific in their actual allegation than the article was, Uber can win this one easily.
Forensiq, an online technology firm fighting fraud for advertisers, found over 5,000 apps displayed unseen ads...
If the ads were unseen, how do they know they were displayed in the first place?
from TFA, mass of the planet is 5x Earth Mass.
I'm not sure what you were reading.... From the page linked to the summary:
Scientists do not know if Kepler-452b can support life or not. What is known about the planet is that it is about 60 percent larger than Earth, placing it in a class of planets dubbed "super-Earths." While its mass and composition are not yet determined, previous research suggests that planets the size of Kepler-452b have a better than even chance of being rocky.
So I'm not sure where you got 5 times the mass from.
In fact, if we assume composition similar to earth, a planet 1.6 times the size of earth would have 4.096 (1.6 cubed) times the mass of earth
Because gravitational pull falls with the square of the distance, we could divide 1.6 cubed times the mass of earth by the square of 1.6 gives us exactly 1.6 times earth's gravitational pull at the surface of the planet. Thus, assuming identical composition, surface gravity scales linearly with diameter. While it probably doesn't have absolutely identical composition to Earth, there is not yet any compelling reason at this time to speculate that its composition would be drastically different either. Certainly if its density were 25% heavier than that of earth, then the mass (and surface gravity) would be exactly as you described. According to the page, we do not know that information yet, however.