Wrong, the machine code emitted by one of the industry heavyweight Fortran compilers will kick the ass out of C's
Actually, a text fetch of this comment thread is about 250KB, 59 seconds at 33.6kbs
maybe I should splurge for the 128kbs ISDN line, could get that load time under 20 seconds, w0h00
people throw around the term "Faraday cage" without understanding. Real world faraday cages *attenuate*, they do not completely block signals.
That's one way to make your ForTran run slower
"legal" of course meaning adhering to rules written and ratified by a group of power and money grubbing politicians in the pockets of large corporations.
and to all you all that scoffed as I wait minutes for each GIF pr0n via compuserve dial-up, well WHO'S LAUGHING NOW??
Examples of flammables including soaked flaming blankets used to stop and then incapacitate tanks are all over history of war, from Spanish War (writings of Tom Wintringham) to Finnish Winter War and World War II etc.
Tom Wintringham wrote of technique of using rifle or shotgun fire to make tank crew close all the hatches, then men could rush it out of reach of its guns to either jam stout iron rod in tracks or to apply the flammables such as molotovs or soaked blankets. That's when fuel soaked tire slices (not his technique) could be jammed into tracks, then more tires throw on later when the conflagration gets going.
In WW II, your Marine predecessors used device to kill tanks that was diesel fuel with a self-igniting system, tube of nitric acid with sodium, many of those applied did all kinds of neat things like making internal fuel and ammo cook off
well, robosexuals should stay in the wiring closet, or at the workstation
You are confused, those early examples found in Pakistan for instance were NOT widespread and thus not the adoption of writing by mankind. Those are examples of an idea that was tried and then lost again.
Graphene might be used in semiconductor devices whether magnetized or not; being able to magnetize it opens possibilities of making some types of devices but in no way is a prerequisite for practical applications of graphene in computers, semiconductors, etc.
Your imaginings are silly, that's not how the tire trick is done, nor how tank traps implemented. Another branch of the armed service has put more thought into the matter....
You need to study up on the history of technology and civilization, steady stream of advances were made over thousands of years not hundreds, including the widespread use of written language four thousand years ago.
It does not wipe them out, each civilization reaches a point where its porn and virtual reality are sufficiently advanced.
"Hey look, we can create totally realistic sex partners in our virtu--- [ FAP FAP FAP FAP FAP ]
you are silly. tanks can be taken out with nothing more than pile of burning tires, when it gets too hot for the occupants, they will die. tanks can be trapped in pits, or the machinery of their tracks jammed. many, many ways to take out a tank without explosives or heavy weapons.
wrong, that number was in last 8 years. Or over 1,200 contributed in the last six months.
no, Microsoft makes you install service packs or you're out of support. same thing here, quit your whining.