Apparently, some people in the German government haven't realized yet that the Pirate party has made it on the ballots in some places, and that the next election is less than two months away.
Good that the pirate party has already a member in the parliament.. sure he'll have plenty of TV time to comment on this in the next days.
"There are two ways of submitting a petition:
* by post
* via the online form
Your petition may include attachments, including copies of any supporting documents you may have. The petition should be sent to: European Parliament, The President of the European Parliament, Rue Wiertz, B-1047 BRUSSELS"
Maybe I could just link to those documents?
AFAIK that's the only one on Earth where they actually let you see the reactor and the 70's style control room. It's kind of fun to see Soviet technology still working as intended.
In fact, you can book guided tours to the Chernobyl plant. I haven't been there myself but supposedly they show you the reactor.. or what is left of it and not covered by concrete.
On behalf of all trekkies from Boomer to Gen X, it's about damn time.
"It's life, Jim, but not as we know it."
A nice demonstration for the Small World hypothesis.
Maybe you just have friends who click on all the "your friend XXX has just added the YYY application, if you want to see how your ZZZ compares to his, click here". To see anything similar to a "small world" you would need a small diameter, yet a large clustering coefficient. Something like "Mark Zuckerberg is a friend of my friend's friend" and 80% of my friends are friends as well.
Real computer scientists like having a computer on their desk, else how could they read their mail?