...what are we going to do about Middle-Earth warming?!?
seek the council of Saruman.
Personally I'm surprised Google Translate doesn't do this sort of translation. There's enough nerds working there, so languages such as Elvish and Klingon should be available by now.
I think the risks of sitting sedentary at a desk are far worse than doing 1 mile in an hour during each shift
Oops to much <em>information</em>
I'm going through awful problems right now trying to get a copy of a 1776 book which was microfilmed ages ago
Just out of curiosity, what book are we talking about here?
The Joy of Revolutionary Sex.
Just like what happened to Mugabe in Zimbabwe. While I'm not willing to predict that there won't be a takeover, I wouldn't be so quick to assume that his goose is cooked. Despots have a habit of surprising the free world with their brutality.
The problem is that Mugabe maintains a large degree of popular support and will likely pass on screwing up the country to whoever brown-noses him best, and this is similar to Venuzuala.
Unfortately, in Zimbabwe I suspect the opposition does not possess the ability or the leadership required to be credible to prevent this.
"As if millions of sheep suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly turned into lamb chops."
I want to know the sauce of this quote, preferably mint.
I'm a bit biased in favour of the Lotus modified GM car as I used to have a Lotus Esprit Turbo SE (Series 3). I had to change cars as the police seemed to love giving me speeding tickets for minor infractions that would pass unnoticed in any other car. [I have to admit the one for 122 mph was a fair cop though
The extra weight and better passive safety though are surely a product of the fact its an electric car instead of a petrol one, gaining the extra weight of lots of lithium batteries against the flammability of a large fuel tank. (The Esprit had fuel caps on both sides into a central fuel tank - which was a fantastic feature IMO)
India already is a nuclear power with rocket capability. Going to Mars doesn't tell Pakistan anything new.
It's about the top speed of a slightly above average saloon car in Europe. For instance a Mondeo 2.0 Tdci is only 5mph slower at 127. On a German Autobahn it will be repeatedly flashed to get out of the way.
I'm amazed that 416hp keeps the speed down so much. Some years ago Lotus (in)famously customised the (GM) Carlton/Omega to output 377BHP with a top speed of about 175 mph. IIRC its about the same size and shape as a Tesla S.
At some point most sites have some contact with a human individual, or the site generates reports on who has and hasn't paid taxes, fines etc. Since the individuals aren't there to react, then it is probably much easier to pull down the whole site than chop down those bits which won't function during the shutdown.
. According to the article, UK security services fear China, Russia and Pakistway have figured out a way to turn mobiles into microphones, and have them transmit even when they're off.
I'd be more worried about the likelihood the NSA is listening in after recent revelations
The US Government is not alone. Screwing up Healthcare IT projects is a worldwide pastime. Even the saintly UK National Health Service has done it.
I get the impression that one problem was rolling it out in all 50 states all at once, when it should have been rolled out across the country over the course of a year, and any problems picked up and solved on the way.