You may be right.
But I too catch cheaters, and let me tell you my emotions start with nervousness at explaining to the student (individually), and then run to subdued anger.
Indeed. I use an unlocked tri-band GSM phone about half the year in Europe, and the same phone about half the year in the States. Also T-Mobile in the States, and strictly prepaid on either continent.
Could not be simpler. I tape the SIM card not being used on the back of my passport.
Are the mods on crack?
Computers, iPads, iPhones, cell phones, iPods, you name it. Anything that gets in the way of learning stuff.
We want to make this the most distracted, empty-headed generation ever, don't we?
I am in favour if they are testing for spelling and grammar.
Otherwise, not so much.
And of course, you are just assuming these craft are secret from, say, the American government. Or even that this in fact is not an American test. And why do you think they can travel the "stellar" system? I thought nuclear bunkers were at issue here.
You just make the latter seem simple to form some ill-conceived reductio ad absurdum.
Anyway I don't buy the story, period (which is why I said "if"). I was just saying that the alien angle is not part of the official story.
In any formula, constants (especially those obtained from handbooks) are to be treated as variables.