but at least bacterias had been very successful developing antibiotic resistance
Which might be precisely the motivation to further our knowledge in the field of virology - even resistant bacteria can be killed with targeted phage therapy.
But is it libel if it's true?
In Britain? Absolutely.
You've paid your share of the fixed costs of the PHYSICAL medium
That's what's usually called "marginal costs", which is why it is by no means called "fixed costs" by anyone (well, by anyone who knows what he's talking about).
Ensuring a whole generation of males is rendered incompatible with females.
Male Linuxification Project?
It's apparently the Chinese equivalent of USA's National Ignition Facility.
Except that it will probably work sooner...
Yes you are right... it is unrealistically favorable to AMD that is since if you had bothered to look at the charts you'd note that the benchmark was a CPU-only test that gave AMD the advantage of being able to run the GPU at very low power since it isn't being stressed and redirect the power consumption to the CPU...
Oh and they also tested with discrete GPUs that completely relieve the APU of having to expend any energy on the IGP at all.
These chips are slightly faster (given equal core counts) than their predecessors but not in any interesting way.
However, you have to remember that these are really server chips that are repurposed for high-end desktop use. The one vital metric where these chips shine is in their power consumption (or lack thereof): Techreport did a test where the 6-core 4960X running full-bore is using about the same amount of power as a desktop A10-6800K part ( http://techreport.com/review/25293/intel-core-i7-4960x-processor-reviewed/9 )
That level of power efficiency will do wonders in the server world and these chips (and their 12-core bigger brothers) should do quite well in servers.
Behind every great computer sits a skinny little geek.