Oh well, maybe beef.
Maybe they weren't testing the right age group?
Actually, he has wings, can't use them but can run really fast. And he also cuuuute!
That's not even a 75mm railgun size. Can I fit it on my Velator?
Very few, I hope. I never found the Rubik's cube to be frustrating, even back in the day when I didn't know how to algorithmically solve it. It was a fun way to spend some time, experimenting various methods and combinations.
It happened because it's not a bug, rather an intentional behavior. Click the second link in the GP post, read thoroughly.
If it still eats up 1 GB memory for 3 open tabs (or 500 MB with no tabs), then sorry, it's still shit.
He is nice because it is also very low viscosity
But she is nicer than him, that's for sure, mainly because her viscosity is spot on.
Also, "increase in capacity over it's last 4TB drive".
I already had an alternative for years: my ISP. It has this free service where you login with your account, and pick [chosenname].go.ro - and that's it. Of course, some might consider it as rather limited but I think its more than fitting for a home user.
That is EXACTLY the mentality I am talking about.
1. people willing to give their lives for scientific advancement = suiciders.
2. according to 1. -> they're crazy.
3. You judge everyone according to your morally superior filter, even deny their rights because they conflict with what you've been taught is "normal" (OK, that mostly applies to all cultures).
Maybe those people would rather live heroically for one year than sit on their asses as couch potatoes for 50-60 years. Yeah, I know they would give up tens of thousands of burgers, not to mention all those tons of ribs and bacon, which definitely MUST be crazy...
I can't think of any purely scientific suicides either
He refused the offer of a full recantation, which led to his burning on the stake.
Marie Curie - her research led to her death by radiation poisoning.
Harry Daghlian (arguably) - he died trying to prevent a nuclear meltdown from happening.
There were also many scientists who performed dangerous experiments on themselves and lived to tell the tale.
People sacrificed their lives for scientific advance throughout history, up until recently. More so for rather narrow religious beliefs. Out of the two, I'd pick scientific advance as the better reason any day.
Yeah well, maybe you don't know the right people.
Volunteer to do what, exactly, from my country which is located in Europe?
There ARE other countries out there, you know...