Well, that can be easily fixed with extra video recorders at SAM sites, cockpits of jet fighters and military command and control rooms. No ?
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My morally correct is not your morally correct. It is impossible for a company to do anything morally correct as universal morality code would be an oxymoron.
I just designed and built a new PC with the specified lifetime of 103 years. I also sold two of them to my buddies.
Free software forever , yay microsoft !
The internet has become an intertwined collection of hugboxes, propaganda outlets, and viral marketing solutions, all held together by increasingly valueless data mining operations.
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And then when google moves more stuff from the base system to play services, everyone is crying bloody murder for taking stuff away from AOSP and not open sourcing anything.
There is no winning, is there
That looks actually pretty cool, thank you.
Ok, if this is a systems programming language, where is the first RTOS kernel with all the necessary lowlevel bits and pieces to getting it running on a modest modren 32-bit MCU ? Say, any Cortex-M3 ? Device drivers for basics, register access ?
Because, it would be awesome to have all these theoretical safety guarantees and stuff, while programming hardware.
Is there even a cross-compiler ?
Ok, here are claims made without a final conclusion by NTSB anywhere in sight. How the heck can they assume that NTSB does not come out and burn their entire design to ground ? How do they even assume NTSB investigation will conclude before end of the year ?
What a hubris.
Your design grandfather Rutan retired years ago, your chief designer left the company
Breivik was Christian. So was David Koresh.
Kill SLS/Orion and save what, 4 billion a year ? Kill JWST and save 10 billion over its lifetime, kill MSL 2 and save 2 billion.
The question is, to what end ?
One you wont hear : I propose a private mission to Uranus !
Well, maybe in San Francisco.
any further questions?
Radhakrishnan was basically Indias "W. von Braun" and made ISRO the success it is today - including MOM. He just retired today.
After delivering five consecutive successful PSLV missions, including the PSLV-C08 that lifted Chandrayaan-I, and leading several crucial technology development at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Radhakrishnan took the reins of India's space programme in November 2009.
With the 12 successful PSLV missions, the successful launch of GSLV with indigenous cryogenic stage, the Mars Orbiter Mission, LVM-3 experimental flight with CARE module, the six Insat/GSAT satellites, three navigation satellites and six earth observation satellites (including RISAT-1, the first microwave imaging satellite), Radhakrishnan is leaving Isro at its “most glorified pedestal ever”, it said.
He has been nominated to Natures top ten scientists list
It's not even logical to expect to prove God with science
It's not even logical for science to prove anything. Science either accepts or rejects ideas and theories based on evidence, and is always open to revise the previous acceptance or also rejects based on new evidence or new ways of looking at things.
Well, binaries dont talk much so there is that.