I think they want to keep it in the United States for tax reasons. And not paying protection money to the drug cartels.
According to Tesla, it will have as much production capacity as all current li-ion battery factories combined.
So, are there currently a billion factories?
Yes, but is it 1000 times bigger or 1024 times bigger? That's the important part!
Thats what I keep telling the USB standards committee.
A micro-B connector should be 15 nanometres wide. But they whine that this would cause mechanical problems.
Actually, the root of the problem was England and France being quick to give the land back to the Jews after WWII.
History tl;dr: After the Ottoman Empire collapsed, Palestine became a British Mandate. After WWII, in 1947, the brits announced it was all too hard and they were leaving.
The UN tried to divide it between Arabs and Jews, but the Arabs wanted everything and the Arab nations invaded the day the British mandate expired. When the fighting stopped, the Jews had all of Palestine, except for Gaza and the West Bank. And that became Israel.
Not sure why you blame France.
Show me another country in the region that has a single Jew or Christian in office.
Iraq's second-in-command was a Christian, before the US invasion. (Tariq Aziz)
Fellow Australian here. What rights would they be and in what founding document can I find them?
Those rights mostly existed before the founding of the colonies, let alone the federation of the nation.
The documents are many, starting with the Magna Carta.
So this is how scientists research intelligence without hurting the feelings of people
No. This is how the commoners discuss scientific results. Scientists have published similar results on humans many times before.
There is a mountain of published data on heritability, and on national, racial, and gender differences.
We might not be able to talk about it in polite circles, but the science is there.
The capacity to become intelligent is.
Pointless word-play. You could say the same about height or hair-colour.
An apt description of a common people's who migrated bravely across miles of ocean to populate a host of islands.
And also to de-populate them. Tough warriors, those guys.
GCHQ is one of those things known better by the acronym than their full name.
Even their homepage does not tell you what it stands for. I could tell you, but then
Last I heard, it cost around $20k/kg to lift cargo to orbit. Add in the extra weight of beans vs instant, and the world will finally see (albeit from a distance) coffee even more overpriced than Starbucks'.
You drive on the pavement?!
He must be American. Americans have no word for footpath because they drive everywhere.
But normal TVs give the appearance of 3D just as well, without the stupid glasses or headaches.
Neither TV is truly 3D (holographic), one just adds stereoscopic vision to the other depth cues.
3D would be more useful in still photos, where important motion cues are missing, yet 3D still cameras are still seen as a gimmick.
Not only does 3D have some utility, but most of the time you just turn it off and it does no harm. You can't turn off the curvature of your silly new curved TV.
Even audio-freq headphones and line-level cables use shielded cable.
Its only for speakers where wire does not matter - so long as the impedance is low compared to the speaker, hence the coat-hanger theoretical example.
Of course the comparison in only in sound quality. There are mechanical disadvantages.
Besides. $3Billion is cupboard change to Apple. I'm betting they make $10Billion off of it in 2 years.
Most of Apple's money is from hardware. $3G is many months gross revenue from iTunes.