If two entangled particles are connected with a wormhole, then it makes total sense that the state of one affects the state of the other, because if these two points in spacetime are connected via a wormhole, then communication between them is instant.
I was never bothered by those inconsistencies in N900's UI.
Athough they do exist, they are irrelevant for me, unlike the UI inconsistencies of Android 4's UI.
Holding a gun to people's heads and demanding money does not make you liked.Finding what they like is tough, and getting tougher every year
So, according to you, it would be ok to get a Ferrari, ride it for as long as I like, then dump it because it did not like it after all, withouit paying a dime, right?
My experience is different. I had a lot of dates with women from dating sites, and I met my wife that way. I have a kid, after 5 happy years of married life.
I think what matters is the initial approach. Many men go for an impressive opening line, but women don't really want that. My approach was very simple. My initial message was: "hi, how are you?." Most women replied back, and then the conversation started.
...and I am sold.
I tried the iPhone. Didn't like it, too much of a walled garden.
I tried Android. It's UI sucks. Huge incosistences all around.
I will stick with my N900 until a Sailfish phone with a hardware keyboard arrives.
That's what she said!!!
(that's what you get from watching The Office).
I would have expected, in this day and age, where computers are supposed to be much more powerful than needed for the majoirty of users, that C-style management of buffers would have been a thing of the past, especially in major software like Office and browsers.
But, judging from your post, it seems that is not the case. People still use raw buffers without bounds checking.
The principle "peformance first, safety second" has not done good. The majority of problems like this come from the programming language C which does not mandate bounds-checked array access.
What if we put nuclear power stations deep in the ground so as that any nuclear accident can be simply dealth with by burying the stations with the dirt and rock above them?
Since time is an emergent property of entanglement, and since particles can be entangled no matter what the distance is between them, then there exists a common clock for entangled particles, thus proving that the theory of Relativity is wrong, since these particles can be light years away.
If the above is not correct, then entanglement must break at the point of one of the particles exiting the light cone of an event, and after that there cannot be a common clock between them.
In TNG, Starfleet made it a regulation to alternate phaser frequences in order to fight the Borg. The Borg soon adapted to that strategy.
It would be strange for the bacteria not to adapt to the strategy of alternating antibiotics as well. It seems the bacteria have a very good pattern recognition mechanism.
...that says the seller or creator of game has no responsibility for the consequences of playng the adult-only game.
Then no one will be able to complain about kids having access to violent video games.
Pay some people or give the better commenters the ability to temporarliy ban trolls. That's how you solve the problem, not by removing commenting.
If someone copies a movie for free it's hard to justify the studio claims that they lost money because someone "would have paid for it" - who knows if the "consumer" would have bothered to watch it if they had to pay
But studios claim money loss after the fact - studios say they lost money because someone saw the movie, not because someone might have seen the movie. So, after the fact has happened, piracy *IS* money loss.
Why would an N dimensions black hole create a N - 1 dimensions universe? why not create an N dimensions universe or a N - 2 dimensions universe?