Once again, looks to me like a data measurement problem, not an inherent problem. A short wave chain in this case is fewer data points than are needed to calculate the wave frequency because you don't have enough peaks. But what if instead of one detector, you have a million? Instead of one processor doing the fourier transform, two million cores, each either working on position or momentum, using a different sensor?
Like I said before. Hard is not impossible. It's just a matter of figuring out how to get more data.
So what is a traditional monarchist?
Someone who prefers a monarchy. Shouldn't you know that?
So the real problem is that the Heisenberg uncertainty principle isn't about either position or velocity, but frequency?
Still should be able to compensate for it by running two parallel processors, one working on concentrating the function for position, and the other working on concentrating the function for momentum, thus giving TWO Fourier transforms.
So what is a traditional monarchist?
You don't honestly think I liked all that hand-editing and drudging through man files and so on that I had to do to run Linux when I switched twelve years ago, do you? I switched because I knew that the major vendors couldn't be trusted, and that I needed to learn systems that weren't shielded from users auditing them and securing them outside the scope of what was marketable.
Today, I no longer need to rely on major software and service venders for most things. That puts me ahead of the game. Of course, it's only as good as the services I provide for myself, and the security of the ones I use outside my own.
The problem is, I think you're right, and I'm concerned that my lifetime may see either a total federal collapse or a revolution. I take politics seriously and pay attention specifically because I really don't want to see either of those happen. I know that neither is likely to give us a result that we actually want.
I'm hoping for some peaceful alternative, but I'm not sure enough of our elected officials at present are up to the task. That's why I put effort in at local/state level to improve the field of candidates in each election. It's not the general election where you put in guys that fix things. It's in the primaries, and it's truly disturbing how many people don't even know they're happening until they're over.
If you don't do your duty during the primaries, you're stuck with two bad options on election day. And, at that point, we're screwed.
I wonder if that moon used to be almost Titan-sized, but shrank over time by blowing its load out into space. If it's a steamer at such a small size, it must have really been wild when it was larger and had more mass and volume for tidal forces to tug at.
False. (ProTip: if you're going to lie, you should make your lie plausible.)
If you think that's bad, wait until the next Uranus story. Problem is, reporters refuse to cover Uranus (no pun intended).
you seem to misunderstand my statement. I am in fact pointing out how corrupt our government is, and how much the need for the corruption to be stopped has increased over recent years. Along with increasing the need for people to do everything they can to help put an end to this nonsense.
That would conflict with my mapped network drives. I mapped those at A: and B: because I felt they'd conflict the least with anything else I might encounter, since first, my only personal Windows machines are virtual, and second, because I own only one floppy drive and zero computers that I actually use which could conceivably ask for one for even a BIOS update. And if I find one and somehow need to, I'll just use the floppy drive on that.
I think my logic is not that far off from yours in selecting A:
Two percent of zero is almost nothing.