0.9mg/cm^3 is 0.9kg/m^3, i.e. lighter than air (1.2kg/m^3). I call shenanigans.
It was pointed out that the value 0.9 for density does not include the air. This makes sense because then we would need to know the exact composition of the air used so we could get an accurate measurement of the material. All that said, however, "lighter than air" has no relevance with respect to density.
That is certainly a 'whoosh' for you. This is a quote from the movie/book Fight Club, where the main character did this for his job.
Yes, it was a whoosh, thanks!
Devices could include sensors that swim inside arteries, detecting the build up of harmful plaque and delivering medications. Other sensors could perhaps detect and destroy cancer cells inside the body.
The best thing about Yahoo was Launch.
Yahoo Launch? I never heard of it. Oh, wait, that's your point, isn't it?
You left out the step where you install the RefControl Add-on.
Thanks, it's been so long I forgot that wasn't a standard Add-on. That, ad-block, and no-script should all be standard by now!
I didn't RTFA- [I don't read any articles that require me to log in first]
You don't need to login if you're using FF. Just go to Tools->RefControl Options and set "http://www.google.com" as the referrer for the site "nytimes.com" and probably any other similar site. Or just set google up as the default. This gets you to their site without login required as they enable Google so that searches can get their data.
Maybe you should spend it practicing spelling.
Maybe you should spend it realizing that this is a global board. In the UK they spell it with an 's.'
Yeah, but let's hope it's not analogous to the AMC Pacer.
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