Admittedly, before go.usa.gov went live I needed to use a shortening service on occasion, but I always used tinyurl preview links when that came up. I figured that it was the least I could do to improve transparency for users.
You don't need an atmosphere to radiate heat away. You're thinking of convection. But radiating is the least efficient way to do it.
That's true. However, isn't the temperature of the surrounding atmosphere immaterial to the amount of heat that can be lost via radiation? I just assumed that TFA was talking convection because I didn't see radiation as being viable in that context or dependent in any way on how "cold" the moon was.
What about ALW? Anthropic Lunar Warming.
Liberal propaganda. Everyone knows that ALW is really the only thing keeping the next Lunar Glaciation at bay.
Fuck the cloud. All my data is in Heaven administered by God! Nothing can go wrong. Everything is where it should be. Simply perfect.
Rationalizing disk failure won't bring your data back.
Just wait three days.
This is the first time that I'm considering finding alternatives to Slashdot. There is no excuse for this. Slashdot staff should know better. I'll have to look around, what do you all suggest as alternative?
(Even the captcha is on my side, the word is "LISTEN". LISTEN
I haven't had to look for alternatives before, either. Maybe Boing Boing?
Life is a whim of several billion cells to be you for a while.