It is now HR 4528
It is now HR 4528
Please correct me if I'm mistaken. I thought the original HL capsule expected to pump (already low pressure) air from in front of the capsule to be (slightly higher pressure) behind it. Was that the mechanism for propulsion, or was there something else besides?
I was frankly surprised to see levitation on the MIT capsule. That implies to me that the tube has electromagnetics to repel against and is no longer "just a tube" with capsule-charging segments every so often.
Having used Labview in college, I am genuinely curious about how to "code [it] properly" in a fashion that makes it maintainable. My observation hereunto is that it becomes a wild spaghetti mess for all but the most trivial programs, but I'm willing to be convinced otherwise.
Yeah but what's still missing? Hoverboard!
False. You can get one for $20k.
No modpoints today, but I agree with this position.
(C) I don't think everything about Beta was bad. However, it screwed up the moderation system, and depending on whether posts used <p> tags, the formatting was different. Those two things killed it for me. If you fixed those, I'd take another look.
(1) Agree. (2) Agree. (3) No opinion. (4) No opinion. (5) Agree. (6) N/A (7) Agree. (8) What? (9) Agree. (10) No opinion.
(A) Fix the styling for <ul> and <ol>. This is way overdue. It's just a little CSS. I could frankly fix it in my own browser, but that would just make me forget that everyone else was seeing a crappy indented text wall.
(B) If you're going to continue doing those videos (and I think you shouldn't), you need to have a transcript available for all formats, including mobile.
Disagree with mod-bombing.
I think an easy test is to ask someone opposed to anonymity if they also oppose secret ballots. Make sure to record the doublespeak they spout. If they oppose your recording, ask why... should their opinions be lost in anonymity?
If it's not one fing, it's another.
The "optimal combination" will be slowly taken over by "all Uber, all the time."
Apologies if this is a thing you already knew:
Many makes of car will emit a short polite beep and flash the running lights if you click the "lock car" button twice. You can play Marco Polo in the parking lot without someone raiding your trunk.
Arguably, if you are using AdBlock, your computer expressly didn't ask for it.
Is The Count of Monte-Cristo not considered a novel? 1844 is after The Pickwick Papers began serialization, so I can't speak to "a hell of a lot earlier than Dickens," but this was at least contemporary.
This isn't a "backdoor," it's an officially sanctioned terrorist detector.
How come everyone's going so slow if it's called rush hour?