I wish some of the competing GNSS would support that kind of accuracy. There are lots of interesting applications.
None do - or all do. There are multiple regional SBAS systems in operation already:
WAAS, North America
StarFire (special end-point processing + SBAS data), worldwide
More are under construction or proposed, but still all depend on a GNSS
(or something close to it, India's IRNSS e.g. isn't global, but will do) for
their baseline position.
I've never tasted tea that I wouldn't miss,
So you'd miss all tea you've ever tasted? You have amazing
luck with your teas.
[please accept my humble nomination for "misnegation of the day"]
(the gravitational attraction of the shell drags the star along)
The gravitational attraction by a spherical shell is zero at every point inside the shell
(assuming uniform density of the shell material, of course).
So an asymmetry in the construction is not optional.
How does one "activate" an almond?
Are there popes of a different faith?
"What is the population of capital of the country in which Space Needle is located?"
Hound correctly surmises that he's asking for the population of Washington, DC...
The Space Needle is in Seattle.
Correct. Which is in the US, the country with D.C. as its capital.
Read the question again...
Wrong. But you illustrate perfectly what I meant when I said the way relativity is taught confuses people. You are actually a member of the vast majority of people that think you can't travel to a destination in less time than it would take light. You can!
No you can't.
If a light ray and your super rocket start from the same point towards the
same destination, the light will always be there first.
The effect of slowed down "clock time" in the rocket doesn't do anything
that would permit you to overtake the light.
Even assuming those are true, are the any other packages bundling Chrome?
in Indias case, rampant corruption and high unemployment combined with a tech industry that favours low worker pay and aggressively combats everything from workplace safety to union organization and benefits has led to the tech support scam, born from the confidence and trust of americans and europeans accustomed to the dulcet tones of the south asian tech support worker.
Americans and Britons (what about Canadians?). I doubt you'd find many
Indians fluent enough in French, Italian, Spanish, German, Polish,
who'd be available for this kind of scam.
Why aren't phones generating their own keys when they're activated at the store? Burn a fusible link if necessary. This would be more secure _and_ cheaper for the carriers. Oh, because NSA has plants on the GSM committees?
No, because the subscriber identity is linked to the SIM card (it's in the name...),
and not to the phone. You can switch a SIM card into any phone (some simlock
issues excluded) and just keep going with your one subscriber identity.
Or put another SIM card in your phone and use a completely different one.
It's great when traveling.
It's a feature - it's even a "we actually want this" kind of feature.
I was playing poker the other night... with Tarot cards. I got a full house and 4 people died. -- Steven Wright