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So, the expensive parts of a drone are not the motors, electronics, battery, camera... but the chunk of plastics holding it all together?
Well, given we know the isotope ratios for at least these two planets in the solar system, it seems we do not have to assume.
If you have a camera which can record 360, then there is no need for a second camera to get 3D, provided your camera's point of view moves around in a circle about the size of a human head.
While rotating a head 360 (do not try at home), there is no point of view which is exclusive to one eye. At some point your left eye will see the same thing your right eye saw a couple degrees of rotation earlier (or later).
So you should have all the visual information you need from a single 360 recording.
But he produced a first post!
A human standing upright is made up of a lot of parts stacked upon each other.
If you increase the size of any of the parts, the human's overall height increases.
For each part, there should be at least some individual genes.
From this thought, 700 seems like a pretty low number.
Seems like this is another one of those random english quirks as it's not even consistent. Why is there no 'Identication' for example?
Considering the print itself can take hours, it hardly matters if the initial calculation takes a couple milliseconds, or minutes...
The definition is the same, but not the application.
Instead of looking at the state of order in the system, the article seems to be more interested in the transfer of information. That's what I read from their definition of what life is.
Pumping energy into a system does not necessarily the order of things.
Also even though the article also mentions therodynamics, shouldn't it be the information theory entropy that is used here?
'unlikely to be unusual' is a weird way to put it.
I understand that to be the same as 'likely to be usual', or as one would normally say: 'likely'.
So environments favorable to life are likely?
They were mostly wounded while killing, trying to kill, or assissting in killing other people (you know... combat).
It is kind of a moot point discussing who the 'good guys' are in a war. However usually it is soldiers on both sides. A soldiers saving grace may be, that they are acting under orders and have limited choice in the matter.
However for the same reason I do not see a point why they should have a priviliged status.
All things conssidered they rank pretty low on my sympathy list.
Certainly much lower than a wounded cop for example, who was fighting actual criminals and certainly lower than people who were simply the victim of an accident or violence.
Wasn't this theory debunked like 50 years ago?
This is pretty much what 'unlauterer Wettbewerb' means:
Fighting competition through illegal means, or gaining unfair advantage by not following the rules of the business.
And it was decided by a court.
So there.. exactly what you wanted.
The whole point of such a person would be, they are not showing symptoms,so how the duck are you going to find them?