Does that mean that somewhere in the universe there is an exact copy of, say, the Mona Lisa? Down to each last brush stroke? After all, there is one, so the possibility is non-zero.
There are also batteries (as mentioned in the parent comment in some pacemakers) that generate electricity off the decay of radioactive isotopes. Essentially they work similar to how a solar cell makes electricity from light. Only problem is they put out a very low amount of power. Upside is they do that for an extremely long time. So they are useful in applications that only require low power, but where you can't replace a battery very easily (and most batteries would go dead after a few years just from sitting there).
Simply because Bitcoin was the first to get major market mind share. It is like the million dollar home page -- this was someones home page which had a 1000 x 1000 grid of pixels, and he was selling them for $1 each (effectively selling advertising space on his home page). But since it had gained a lot of exposure it was worth the $1 per pixel, whereas no one else could pull the same trick a second time (since they would have the mind share).
And, on top of that, in the astronaut's time reference, the rest of the universe's time will accelerate exponentially the closer he gets to the event horizon. By the time he actually reaches / crosses it, the black hole would have evaporated due to Hawking radiation, and the rest of the universe would be zillions of years into the future. The entire trip would however only take a few minutes for the astronaut though.
Partition a 64GB card with a 2GB partition on it, with a FAT32 filesystem and maybe a bunch of street maps. Put a label on the card that says 2GB. Record encrypted data to raw unpartitioned disk space past 2GB. Bonus points for hacking the firmware on the SD card so that it normally shows up as a 2GB card unless a special code is sent to it.
I think that only applies to CDs. I know DVDs have the shiny metal equal distance between the two sides (that is how they can have two-sided DVDs). I would think that BluRay is the same.
You have the client you are backing up push the backups to the backup server via SSH, instead of the backup server remoting into you client to pull the files. This way you can deposit the files into a restricted account on the backup server.
The only problem is that when I buy a motherboard / CPU, there are usually a dozen or so variations on which CPU will work in a given motherboard. Right now it makes sense to mix & match to get exactly what you want, but if the CPU is attached to the motherboard at purchase time, you are stuck with one of the 2 - 3 choices that the motherboard manufacturer decides to sell.
Deep frying a whole turkey makes it come out extremely juicy -- it doesn't have that "fried" flavor or taste. Cooking in the oven gets you a bit dryer turkey. What happens is the hot oil sears the skin, trapping the juices inside. Usually you inject them with a butter based solution, seasoned with various spices, and that gets embedded into the turkey meat. Oh, and when you inject the bird, first figure out which way you are going to position it in the pot, and make sure the injection holes are at the top (try to reuse the same injection site, and with different angles / depths), so that the juice doesn't run out into the oil when cooking.
And yes, the first time I had seen this done was in Arkansas. But like I said above, it doesn't come out greasy or anything like that.
The big difference is that Lenovo makes their own laptops in their own factories -- whereas all the others make them at an outsourced factory. And I don't care where the factory is, quality always seems poorer at an outsourced plant.
When you write for iOS, you aren't working for yourself. You are instead working as a contractor for Apple. You are given the job of coming up with product ideas, implementing and marketing them. And you get paid a hefty commission on the sales. But as an Apple contractor, they are free to reject any idea or implementation thereof -- it has to be in line with what they would want to develop themselves.
If you think of it this way, it makes things so much easier.
The problem with anti texting laws is the law of unintended consequences. Instead of holding the phone up higher where someone could see the phone and traffic at the same time (and where a cop could see), they now put it in their lap and take chances. And worse punishments don't always reduce infractions.
I'm assuming HD refers to hardware decode. That is on the Broadcom chip, it just has to be licensed separately. They have it on their web store for 2.40 pounds. http://www.raspberrypi.com/mpeg-2-license-key/
To be fair, I was initially having major problems on the Ethernet and USB ports, but then I switched out the power supply. The one I was using was from my Nokia phone, labeled as 1.5 amp. The one that worked better was the one that came with my Samsung Nexus phone. The problems with the other power supply was that when I boot up, the USB would lock up sometimes if I had both keyboard and mouse, and Ethernet hooked up (along with a bunch of USB errors on the console). None of that with the other power plug.
So what does that say about someone who new what song was linked to, without even checking it out? Just from the context of the comment?