whatever turns you on I suppose
I thought Top Gear had ended, after Jeremy Clarkson had a (literal) fight with the producer.
That is a completely different issue
This is about the company paying tac on its profits, not about them collecting sales tax (called VAT in the UK) for the governments.
Anyway sales taxes are bad, they discourage people from spending especially in the official economy.
Since Amazon started collecting sales tax on customers in my state I have directed most of my (non=digital) purchases to other retailers, mostly Tigerdirect and Newegg.
So this "feature" can be disabled by the user?
Or should we just disable auto-update and stick with version 38.0.1
The other important thing about gravity is distance to the mass
when you're on a mountain you're further away from most of that mass.
if there was a mountain that was 40,000 Km tall you could jump off it and never reach the ground
this is obviously some strange usage of the word "stable" that I wasn't previously aware of.
The problem is that most states and the federal govt do not get enough money from gas taxes to fund roads, bridges and other transport infrastructure.
Apparantly just increasing the gas tax (while gas prices are low) is not politically possible.
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"It's like how a light beam can have an edge, but it doesn't mean there isn't anything in the shadow."
In this case the shadow is in front of the pulse of light that was the big bang.
We will never be able to see further than that since it is moving away at the speed of light.
Unless we can invent a (much) faster than light drive, and go chase it down.
"To make supersonic flight possible over sea or over land, the cost must come down"
I think you are missing the word 'commercial' in that statement.
For military flight, cost isn't such a big issue.
I am not sure what is 'newsworthy' about this.
What about battery failure? I have only had my Galaxy Note 3 for two and a half years so it hasn't happened yet
will a 3d printed (presumably plastic) jet engine last?
Wake me when they have 3d printers that print in Titanium
I'm guessing they will have 3d printers that work in soft metals like gold and silver before too long
of course the cartidges will cost both arms and both legs...