I think he meant the antineutrino signatures of the nuclear reactors that power nuclear submarines.
You'll be able to buy that gun through microtransactions.
I'm pretty sure Victoria Nuland has a good idea on where those snipers came from.
As Spiderman would say: "With great powers come great responsabilities"
If true, this is the most idiotic thing I've ever heard.
We all know the answer: sloppy programming.
Italy is an earthquake zone and this would work great for freeing people trapped under rubble, of course it's only a prototype, nobody is sending that on the field now, but there was also a point in history when horses were cheaper, faster and more efficient than cars, so you get my point.
About the power generator: cables can run pretty long.
Did you bother seeing the video? They explain this exoskeleton is thought for disaster relief, not construction.
I agree, but the selection should be through meritocracy, not income.
Let me rephrase it: "Higher education should be for the rich only".
There's a difference between natural disasters and man-made ones.
If anything, Fukushima thought us we shouldn't build nuclear plants in an earthquake zone (I know, all Japan is, this should push us towards better international cooperation, in a perfect world).
Dicks on the moon.
Can I call my distro Ubuntu-derived, but not supported by Canonical?
No, it's community stranglehold under the disguise of trademark protection.
Of course, if I started a distro called The Better Redhat I'd have lawyers knocking down my door by dinner time, but if I called it, say, CentOS and declared it derived from RHEL but not officially endorsed by Redhat, I'd be just fine. Now that you cannot do with Ubuntu right now, or anyway the details are shady enough I'd not risk it.