It makes you indestrucible
It makes you indestrucible
Differences in pay exist for a reason: Because different people perform functions of different value to the company.
No. This is a common mistake. It is wrong.
Differences in pay exist because of supply and demand. If there are many people willing to do your job, then pay for that job will be low, even if your job is valuable (see nursing, teaching, etc). Yes, many jobs we "value" are highly-paid (but not all). But that is because there is greater demand (or less supply) for people to fill those jobs.
In short, do not confuse correlation (high value jobs have high pay) with causation (we do NOT give high pay to people with high value jobs because we value the jobs).
We pay people what we need to pay in order to find someone to do the job. That is the "value" of the job - as an economic valuation. Do not confuse that with the moral worth of the job. Or its intrinsic value to the employer.
That's actually a lot more convenient. Do you know how much trouble it is to get a needle for Gold records? I have to keep borrowing Bowie's.
Now if you could just get IPv6 sorted, I would feel much more welcomed.
Your Alien Overlord
We need to release more radioactive C14 carbon into the air.
Thus solving the problem, once and for all.
Actually I find that Facebook presents a fair and reasonable range of views on all issues, now that everyone finally agrees that global warming was a myth.
IP address is part of the
product key activation data voluntarily provided by users
Ahhh. This must be some strange new usage of voluntarily, of which I was previously unaware.
...starting the great scientific adventure to understand this enigmatic dwarf celestial object,
What? No systemd ?
No. If X (not Hitler) is doing Y and Y is very bad then you should be able to explain how come Y is very bad WITHOUT BRINGING HITLER INTO THE DISCUSSION.
Dragging Hitler/Nazis into a discussion is a lazy way to try to claim some moral high ground.
That's just the sort of thing Hitler would say.
If it's not the closest, are we going to rename it?
No, because it will presumably still be the nearest in the constellation of Centaurus. It's 'Proxima Centauri' not 'Proxima'
Constellations are not defined by a collection of stars at roughly the same distance. They are a collection of stars roughly close together, in a pattern _as viewed from Earth_. Apparently adjacent stars in the same constellation can vary in distance from earth by thousands of light years.
So any newly discovered star closer to Earth is most likely to be in the scope of some other constellation.
Why not just make cameras a compulsory part of every TV, and then ensure that the TV can never be switched off?
An in due course, will leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition David Cameron accept that Prime Minister Edward Milliband, as leader of the government should be capable of reading any communication such as Conservative party policy, election and campaign plans, electorate candidate profiles, and such-like.
I mean, he did say: "any communications"....
It was correctly labelled, at the correct institution, in the place you would expect it to be stored, and it weighed the correct amount.
But that wasn't good enough. They had to wait and see if it wouldn't decay in a particular way.
I am never going to let these guys tidy up my lab or do the filing.
I, too, am capable of building a lunar base.
I just need some funding. And a rocket. And a team of trained engineers/astronauts (both, not either or).
Rocket fuel, I guess. And plans. Plans would be good.
But I am totally capable.
What does it mean when you dream of being chased by an elephant?
That you're Hillary Clinton running for President in 2016.
A woman as president? What sort of library is this?
Next you'll be telling me a black man will be president!
This is clearly another case of too many mad scientists, and not enough hunchbacks.