Governor Christie is just concerned about the changes in traffic patterns that would be triggered by allowing electric cars to enter the state's vehicle markets unimpeded. Christie has a vision for the future of New Jersey and it is deeply important to him that municipal leaders across the state share his enthusiasm and goals. Enforcement along these lines would be impeded. Specifically, if the governor were to block off lanes to a bridge within a mayor's district, and everyone was driving electric cars, the smog wouldn't be as good for intimidating or disciplining the mayor. Clearly the traffic issues need more study.
Except Apples drivers for Windows are really bad, not fully featured and they regularly deprecate versions of Windows on their kit for no reasons - for instance Windows 8 on 2006 Quad Core Mac Pros with 16GB ram, or indeed any 64bit install of Windows on that hardware will cause Bootcamp to say "nope", despite it working perfectly well.
And the area of a unit circle is pi, not tau.
In the rest of the world, we have the Pi month. XX/3/14. Take that, ameridudes! Unfortunately, only every 1000 years
In the rest of the world, XX would be the year: Y/M/D
The reason why radians are what they are is because then the length of the arc (of a unit circle) that subtends the angle R is exactly R.
Yes, and how many radians are there in a circle? Tau.
And any other ratio (especially tau!) doesn't satisfy the Eulerian identity, so can't be nearly so beautiful.
e^i*tau=1 seems a lot more beautiful than e^i*pi=-1 to me. It gets rid of that ugly minus one.
July 22nd IS PI day in Europe, approximately.
So if I am approximately in Europe, I can celebrate?
If they start poisoning search with for-profit results Google will be quickly reminded that they are not the only search engine in town.
And other search engines (that matter) are?
Just google for search engine.