be funny if asteroid with few hundred cubic feet of gold hits the earth, which is not impossible
not my experience, the couple stores I frequent in Chicago and Wheeling over the past decade have good people and various cables/connectors/components I've needed. Seems the business model was people would come in for one simple thing on emergency basis and see often also buy whatever cool thing was on sale (for example good headphone)
So a person's story used to make a fictional drama for entertainment purposes on TV turns out to be fictional drama made for entertainment?
Howso? Plenty of quantum mechanical properties can be specified in finite number of bits. Polarization of photon can be specified in 1 bit for left or right handed, as example.
Photon does have angular momentum (you are right, not an orbital one), but that really just the same as "spin" with a helicity, plus or minus h-bar depending on whether right or left-hand polarized We can add energy to your list; If you know frequency, you also know energy and momentum of photon
Sorry, but the Democrats have fooled you; they are mega-corporate bitches too
Outlaw such checks, including for the entertainment cartel.
"Obamacare" had no robust public option for that reason; the Big Pharmy, Big Insurance and Big Healthcare chains instead get even more money. Corporate bitches in office wouldn't have it any other way.
And those of us born long before then have seen the 1949 Aerocar, which every keeps reinventing, badly.
Mar's "atmosphere" has about a half a percent of the pressure of Earth's. The rovers do NOT get a nice helping of solar power while they hibernate for five months of martian winter.
Plucking a guitar string can teach about sound. or even stretching a vibrating rubber band. Anyway music boxes don't qualify for our discussion, they are "still current tech". There is something to observe with the CD, but you'll have to crack out the microscope
"as evidenced by its use" No, people wasting time and money doing inefficient things proves nothing other than silliness. There are better ways for a company to deal with documents than typewriters, carbon paper, triplicate forms, printed office memos, etc.
But what happens when you need a revised document? type over? ocr and then into word processor? you're just being silly with that typewriter. get with the times.
I use a company Apple laptop, must say it's very solid and robust compared to other leading laptop brands, and I sure appreciate having BSD on there as opposed to the other alternative my employer would have handed me, a windows thing. Don't have to worry about driver configuration issues either, the hardware designed for an OS and driver set. I drive two other screens with it on my desk, nice to have three total screens that work well together. Major softwares in the business/professional world can run on it, for some things there just aren't alternatives yet in the open source world. Now at home I run GNU/Linux, on the two systems under my desk nvidia and radeon driver issues sometimes a pain. But there are things I have to do for work that just can't run on that platform, so I have to fire up windows 7 under vmware workstation. ew.
not valid at all, the claim was about "computer systems" not PC HP huge in mid range systems from early 70s onward