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Well, professor Jim Woodward has been working on his Mach/Lorentz thruster for a while now and has a working setup in the lab, and multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals. With his theory it is in fact possible to build startrek-style impuls engines, warpdrives and wormholes. And it all fits in our existing theoretical knowledge. He has a book out, published by Springer-Verlag (they don't publish nonsense):
Making Starships and Stargates
The Science of Interstellar Transport and Absurdly Benign Wormholes
Series: Springer Praxis Books Subseries: Space Exploration
Woodward, James F.
2013, XXVI, 279 p. 92 illus., 85 illus. in color.
actually, I think there's only one Autobahn now that has no speed limits. Everywhere else is pretty much Euro standard.
Really? Because just about everywhere that I can cross the dutch -> german border there is no speedlimit. That's all the same autobahn you say? Wow, so it must be 300 kilometers wide
The EU has a law from (2005-ish?) that requires all email headers for inbound/outbound users located in the EU be sent to EU-based law enforcement.
Nope. There is a requirement to log MAIL FROM / RCPT TO fields and keep those around for the "data-retention" time (differs between countries, 6 months to 2 years). It basically comes down to "set the rotate time for sendmail logs to 6 months". There is no information automatically sent to law enforcement. What's more, a lot of the EU countries have not implemented this directive in national law yet (unfortunately my country has).
- I use my ISP's IMAP and SMTP servers
- I run my own calendar (caldav) and contacts (carddav) server, Davical right now.
You just need carddav-sync and caldav-sync for Android from http://dmfs.org/
The internal linux kernel API is not set in stone, but the ABI for applications that run on the kernel is. You can start applications from 1998 on a 3.0 linux kernel from this year, and they will run.
Woah that takes me back
You forgot the youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Qo1__kbwrA
(No this is not a rick-roll. It's worse. )
As the court puts it, "[t]he government may not compel a commercial ISP to turn over the contents of a subscriber's emails without first obtaining a warrant based on probable cause.""
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You replace the menus with a single tiny menu, then put everything on the same line.