"As of February 2013, the MD-80 series has been involved in 61 incidents, including 31 hull-loss accidents, with 1,330 fatalities of occupants." ref
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This really applies for long-term deployments
Not really. Ships don't just go out to the middle of the ocean and drive around in circles. When deployed they spend most of their time in port. Even when out at sea it's rarely a problem getting small parts to a ship by helicopter; bigger parts usually require a visit to a shipyard anyway. Plus what usually breaks down is electronic.
Taylor, who was the main facilitator for the site's question-and-answer community 'Ask Me Anything' (graced by the presence of notables like Barack Obama, Jerry Seinfeld and regular folks like a line cook at Applebee's) was fired yesterday, causing all sorts of problems for Reddit's most mainstream offering.
Taylor's reported departure, which has been dubbed AMAgeddon, led other moderators of the marquee IAmA subreddit to switch the page's settings to private, rendering the Reddit userbase unable to view the page.
Since then, dozens of other subreddits including
Reddit’s cofounder and executive chairman Alexis Ohanian said in a post that “we don’t talk about specific employees. (...) We get that losing Victoria has a significant impact on the way you manage your community, (...) I’d really like to understand how we can help solve these problems, because I know r/IAMA thrived before her and will thrive after."
A full recap of the situation is available at the site itself, with the insight by the site's own members about the whole situation.
This comes in the wake of other highly controversial past events like the response to what became known as The Fappening, and the more recent ban of the controversial but populat FatPeopleHate subreddit.
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You are almost correct. You cannot reach an orbital plane that is inclined less than your launch site's latitude. So you can reach any orbit from the Equator.
Once launched you cannot "change the orbital plane", that would take almost as much energy as the initial launch. In theory it's possible but the rockets we have are nowhere near light and powerful enough
Today’s revelations underscore the urgent need for significant legal reform, including proper pre-judicial authorisation and meaningful oversight of the use of surveillance powers by the UK security services, the organisation said.
Even Amnesty International stated that the surveillance doesn't appear to be illegal under current law.
That's sort of the point of most of his works... They don't actually work the way we expect.
Usually it ends up with the situation being explained by the robot
You repeated what GP said.
He has no insight.
The premise is that only this year's bonus matters, and that a short and planned outage this year will cost him more than keeping the plant operating efficiently in the long term. That's absurd.
by importing a pair-wise comma-separated list of skills and their similarity scores
we’re generating that automatically from job descriptions posted on our site.
So what this really shows is how often the same two buzzwords appear together in a job description posted on Dice.
I found another comment in his report interesting:
We also tried using the resume dataset, but the results were of a lower quality,
I assume by "lower quality" he really means "people list every buzzword they can think of on the resumes posted on Dice".
Given the inputs I wouldn't expect any surprises in the results. But that said, it's an interesting project and they did a very nice job with the visualization.