Also, re encryption. When photons are entangled, it can also be looked at as the same photon at two different places at one time, so there is no transfer of information at all because the data is being transmitted to and from the same photon.
Maybe as YOU know it, but you don't understand quantum physics.
With today's ultra capacitors it seems like you could recapture 70% of the energy on the way down again. Maybe more.
Yes, as it does to most of us who are gainfully employed.
Or it and it's food source(s) got washed under the ice shelf by a fast moving warm ocean current? Some of the fastest moving ocean currents surround Antarctica. Quick napkin math says that water is replaced every three months.
Depends on the insulating effect of feathers! Birds have much higher heat tolerances than humans, 130F isn't too extreme for avians. Particularly if the feathers act to absorb and dissipate 95 ghz.
Apparently 95 ghz is the frequency they use to burn the skin in heat rays, it's energy is fully absorbed by the first 1/64" of skin. From Wikipedia "employs a microwave beam at 95 GHz; a two-second burst of the 95 GHz focused beam heats the skin to a temperature of 130 ÂF (54 ÂC) at a depth of 1/64th of an inch (0.4 mm) and is claimed to cause skin pain without lasting damage."
So yeah, penetration would be poor at best, unless between towers, or from LEO/MEO SpaceX built satellites to rooftop antennas.
How about Powershell? It has an ISE you can pickup and learn in less than 20 minutes. It takes about 2 hours just to get to the point where you're writing actual code. Powershell gives you full access to the
The link to buy the car just pushed you to a dealership contact form, it was mostly an ad wrapped up and disguised as an Amazon listing.
You can get an ASUS X205 with Windows 8.1 preinstalled for about $200 shipped if you shop around, $179 if you're willing to walk in to a Microsoft Store.
That said it's not three times smaller, it's three times less volume. It's only 2cm on a side smaller, not much bigger than a Raspberry Pi B+, which let's be honest, isn't game-changing at this point. 2012 was a long time ago.