They still support the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, despite overwhelming evidence that the US is and continues to be exactly the cynical torturer that the worst voices in Europe have said. That is to say: YOU'RE ALL BLEEDING HYPOCRITES.
Dude, it's a long-term study. It doesn't matter if their metric isn't the absolute bestest metric you could come up with to measure impact etc. right now. What matters is that their metric works over several decades and that the results remain comparable between then and now.
tl;dr -- you want to look at the graphs, not the numbers.
In the parent comment, you can see the common North American Power Fanboy having a reaction.
Man, that can't be a good idea.
Remember Rimonabant, the wonder anti-obesity drug that messed with the endocannabinoid system? That made people suicidal for fuck's sake. (It was an endocannabinoid receptor antagonist, see -- "anti-munchies", basically.)
If you can't stay ahead in the game, you wouldn't have deserved a patent either. You would sit on your pile of gold and retard progress.
And too many damned sudo-mites tagging along.
I wondered about that. No offense taken.
It's general then.
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This mouse is a good metaphor of American Liberty and Freedom. Too many choices and very confusing interfaces. Good job, Stalin!
How the dick is that generic?
How can a 6DOF controller ever be "generic"?
The CyberMan 2 (which you described above) was seen in Farscape. Tarted up in gold spray paint and everything, but instantly recognizable.
Mine still works, too.
Except that with multiprocess concurrency (i.e. non-multithreaded Apache on Unix), you actually gain in a NUMA setup like the Opterons have been from day 1. See, in the optimum case in a NUMA environment, the server process that handles a request gets an entire memory bus for itself. That's far more scalability than with multithreading in the absence of memory duplication, which AFAIR Linux doesn't implement on a per-thread basis in the same address space.
This is why Opterons practically own the 4-socket x86 space: unlike with Intel's older "hub-style" busses, on a NUMA system aggregate memory bandwidth goes up as sockets are added because the number of memory busses increases also.
So you would rather judge a person on whom they are rather than by what they do?
How contrarian of you. Idiotic, but admirably contrarian.