Those servers are particularly vulnerable to flooding.
I guess you saw what I did there, but didn't appreciate it.
The EmDrive uses a sealed cavity. There's nowhere for any propellant to come out, even if there were any!
sure, the only thing it could do if it remained sealed would be emit black body radiation, and the whole reason this report is interesting is that it's apparently moving a lot more than you'd get from such a result. well, perhaps it could offgas, that's been mentioned elsewhere.
I totally understand what you're saying, and I agree entirely, except when it comes to conservation of momentum. It's a simple concept that is necessary for this Universe to make any sense and be stable in any way.
Not really. There may be well-defined circumstances in which it can be violated, which rarely occur in the "natural" order of things. In theory, planets can make their own functional electronic circuits through ordinary volcanic and geologic processes, in practice... 42, I guess. It has long been observed that the laws of physics seem to break down at very high and very low energy states. If they behave themselves at most other times, then most things will behave in a way that is highly predictable at most times.
If it were pushing against some hitherto unknown particle, that would possibly be even MORE dramatic
On the other hand, this could be a new interaction with an existing particle. How dramatic would that be? Can you rank it on the scale of 0 to Telemundo?
and there's no matching GTK theme
Does gtk-qt-engne still work? (QGtkStyle, which goes the other way, is part of Qt.)
On the other hand, it looks like people are finally getting bored discussing it. So even if Ubuntu is getting worse, the Slashdot discussions are getting better!
There's little point discussing it once it has already happened, unless you enjoy flagellation of deceased equines.
You don't, by chance, write for the UNIX Fortune program, do you?
This is your chance to get something back from Carly. She will never ever ever ever win, so you can get your piece of what she's liberated from the users in the form of bonuses by working for her campaign.
Don't feel bad, so did a moderator.
An honest question - what is different about G+'s interface or paradigm (compared to Facebook) that gets people to post content that makes you like them more?
I'm not really sure. Somehow G+ seems more oriented towards seeing stuff from disparate sources. I just find more stuff to reshare.
Im not sure if you're familiar with certificate pinning, but in any case I can assure you they have not been doing this on a wide scale, and it is nowhere near as easy as you think.
To properly intercept HTTPS, you need to know the URL-- not just the IP-- being visited. DNS can be cached, which means sometimes the MITM ISP cant know what the URL is they need to forge a certificate for.
It could be done, but would generate a ton of red flags and everyone would hear about it.
You heard wrong. CAs dont posess the private keys for the certificates they issue; they simply sign the cert. Private keys generally dont leave the server that issued the CSR.
This also stops you using Wireshark for seeing what data is actually being transmitted.
No, it doesnt, if you do the work of specifying the private keys you want wireshark to use to decode the traffic.
And it's cheap, too!