That may work for you, but if I spend time customizing my setup (especially window manager key bindings), I am able to get work done much faster than had I not.
The entire economy is a game of the-man-behind-the-curtain.
So much so that the phrase "man-behind-the-curtain" comes to us from The Wizard of Oz, a work of economic satire.
Generally the muzzle discipline (Rule 2) is relaxed only after partial disassembly. At that point, it's less a firearm and more two halves of a firearm.
Chip production is very similar, though the prices I usually hear quoted for the first unit (I am a student, so these may be out of date) are usually somewhere in the mid-hundreds of thousands. And the incremental cost (the cost of chip #2) is as low as pennies, depending on how big the chip is.
That's a good reason why they shouldn't resolve. I think I had misinterpreted your previous comments to mean that they couldn't resolve.
The fact that com, gov, edu, and net do not have A records (that is, they do not point to a specific host) does not mean there is a technical reason they cannot have A records.
Or just cat5. This is what PoE is designed to do.
If you have to rebuild everything after every flight, it isn't a reusable rocket. It may get called "reusable", but it isn't really.
Of course when the 2nd Amendment was written, there wasn't even a cosmetic difference between "military-grade" weapons and hunting weapons, so unfortunately this purpose was not properly enshrined in law.
False: a close enough strike will induce currents in things that are unplugged. This is especially bad if the things that are unplugged are feedlines to antennae, but it can happen with any metal object, given a sufficiently close strike.
Perhaps the orbits are set up to attract visitors, rather than hide from them.
Yes, but a 4-core phone can do this at a quarter the clock speed the single-core phone would need. Power consumption is quadratic with frequency, so adding additional cores winds up giving a net power savings (at the expense of die area)
But those goods will be subject to import duties when they arrive in the US. (Unless they're never imported, in which case it isn't really the US's business that they exist...)
The sun isn't an inertial frame of reference either. Both the sun and the earth orbit something called the barycenter,
Perhaps more accurately, the barycenter is the only inertial frame of reference in the system.
The sun isn't an inertial frame of reference either. Both the sun and the earth orbit something called the barycenter, which is the center of mass of the sun-earth system. This just happens to be so near the center of the sun (because the sun is so massive) that for most intents and purposes, the earth can be said to orbit the sun.
This discussion, however, is not one of those intents and purposes.