Although this will involve DIY, perhaps a campfire thermocouple
If the jurisdiction is large enough, I doubt it. For example, Europe or North America.
We are entitled to disallow that disclaimer by law should that be desired.
Because if it's gratis there is no implied warranty of merchantability. If it's proper Free software (not tivoized), anyone can fix the bug.
If it's proprietary, there are implied warranties on it and only the creator has the source needed to fix it.
Because the change happens as the helium nucleus forms. But there's no they there, it's a natural occurrence.
Actually, the 'magic' in su is in the kernel. Basically, since it's marked suid root, the kernel sets the uid on the new process to root before it even starts running. The program itself just then decides if it is willing to do anything for you.
Lennart Cartman certainly does love his systemd trapper keeper.
The proposal for terrestrial fusion (for now) is deuterium and tritium so there will be enough neutrons (not protons) available. In the sun, 4 helium atoms fuse with two of the protons absorbing electrons to become neutrons. The latter requires higher temperatures to accomplish.
For deuterium+tritium, there is an excess neutron, for deuterium only, it's already balanced.
The spent fuel is also known as helium. They could actually sell the spent fuel.
Actually, he did not. He was within 4 years of her age.
Actually, perfect compression WILL make the output resemble random bits if looked at statistically. What OP was missing is that perfect compression is hard and that most compression features a number of compromises for CPU speed, memory requirements, seekability, resilience, etc.
Why would it no longer be a disease just because it is easily avoided and is best cured by something other than drugs?
I wonder if it might start with false associations. Idiot boss calls during a funeral demanding numbers for the TPS report, feel a bit nauseous Idiot school principal calls complaining that 6 year old is acting like a child, feel a bit nauseous. Subconscious decides the cell phone is the problem.
Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later. -- F. Brooks, "The Mythical Man-Month"