What are we supposed to stop this time?
Hoping this will be the breakthrough that keeps Moores Law in business
Not sure what your alternative would be. We have to mine to survive, and it would build infrastructure in space, and help reduce the risk of these disasters on our planet which is pretty special as planets go
I dunno. In eve they don't dock, but fly parallel then use robotic drones to ferry mined materials to their cargo bay. Sounds like a nice job, I agree with whoever said that
:) & No I'm a fing nightmare at parties lol
I said it all along. Mining asteroids should be NASAs priority. I hate to say I told you so
How come every announcement by NASA has you going away saying 'Ah Well." Should be called NAWA
This greater transparency could translate well to the church.
you can tell at the very end its just meant to be a joke..
Some would argue that it does make the tax code object itself into art. Its getting into that murky area of what constitutes art
;/ Eye of the beholder? i vote its art :)
Well there's a simple litmus test: Can video games 'contain' art? answer yes, like RPGs especially. Doesn't that therefore make it in and of art? (I feel like I'm getting stupider the more I think on it)
Yeah, I meant the PC Pro article, not the articles here on slashdot
Heh the review failed to mention the inclusion of a HTML5 export feature in flash. could be one of the biggest changes in the suite since its a WYSIWYG HTML5 editor, and maybe the only one currently on the market?
Maybe I should have put more effort into my original comment. It was a bit lazy lol
Unless the rockets are going to use hydrogen from the water as fuel then no, it's pointless. Hydrogen is a very unstable form of fuel, which is the reason they don't allow cars to run on them. It wouldn't be economically viable to risk an expensive mission using this fuel, unless they were sending out say a hundred duplicate probes and allowing a number of them to fail. Even then it would be even more risky entering an atmosphere holding this as fuel. Feel free to vote me down and call me names though..
Nobody was talking about manned missions. Simply sending autonomous drones out into the solar system to do the work, then there's no need for large amounts of water. And yeah who said I was trollin? I just disagreed slightly from the expected response that everyone else parrotted along with