They were done in the last millennium.... and they did fix the actual issue (new address scheme and ip header).
And how would you 'extend' ipv4 without ending up with essentially all the same problems?
If you use the right types in C there is no problem at all.
No endless if statements needed.
However the world is filled with idiots who mix integer and pointer types.
I'm no expert either, but last I checked dead plants do tend to rot......
There were multiple family matches. (including his father and his son)
Why he also gave DNA himself is interesting though... was it due to social pressure, did he want to get caught, maybe he didn't believe they could really match it....
The Ariane is not really a two stage rocket, more a two and a halve. Boosters, Core-stage, and an upper stage.
Its concept is not unlike what NASA is building right now.
As for man-rating, it was originally intended to launch the Hermes shuttle. While not fully man-rated at the moment it isn't far off either.
(Besides the definition of man-rated is a pretty gray area).
Fukushima wasn't scary because of what happened. It was scary because one of the most developped countries in the world had absolutly no control over what happened.
Untill now everybody was reassured that these things only happened to old sovjet reactors.
Fukushima learnt the ignorant masses that when nuclear shit hits the fan it doesn't matter much which country the fan is located in.
No problem with that.. but only if would stop recognizing marriage at all.
Scrap it from law all together. That way we would still end up with equallity for all.
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Since this is slashdot I don't expect you to read the article, but even a goldfish would have the attention span required to read the last sentence of the summary.
Wait.... you are running a 'large scale network' and looking at packet captures... yet are unable have your tooling do the reverse lookup automaticly?
Peer to peer (the way connections were intended) actually works without strange workarounds.
No you are not... at most you are the 0.5% with IPv6, I have it to!
Google for this thing called 'DNS' it has been around for a while....
So when is slashdot going to leave the dark ages?