Propylene glycol is also known as fog juice, the stuff that goes into stage smoke machines, and it's used as a food additive. It metabolises to lactic acid and is considered safe, which is why it's used in e-cigs.
Antifreeze is usually ethylene glycol, which is toxic. However, both salt and ethanol can also be used as antifreeze, and while they can be lethal in sufficient quantities they too are considered fit for human consumption. Calling something "antifreeze" tells you no more about its toxicity than calling something "natural" (i.e. snake venom) or "organic" (i.e. benzene).
Many of the +sized model are really ++++++++++++++++sized.
They managed to fuck up the pirelli calendar with that.
But it works great for Michelin.
But he died...does that make this filter a zombie process?
Colour would be an improvement, but not as much as you might think. CMYK is no problem, but the RGB hues are limited by the quality of the inks/toner, paper, the mixing pattern and print resolution versus dot size...to have a safe error margin you wouldn't want to use intermediate hues, so realistically that's three bits per dot. Since a scanner can't tell a halftone from a faded print it may not be a good idea to vary the print density, though this could be mitigated with reference colour bars, in which case each dot would be three bits plus a remainder which could be paired with an adjacent dot(s) to squeeze out some extra bit depth. On the down side, each dot would have to be large enough compared to the scanner's optical resolution to prevent colour errors due to aliasing.
(NB: deliriously tired, probably miscalculated the possible bit depth, but you get the idea)
This leaves the traditional favorites, war, famine, pestilence and death.
No, just a letter. It should read "Researchers Develop Wi-Fi Chip With Twice ass Capacity at Less Than Half the Size". This will be a revolution for social media users.
Fuel vapour inside a tank rarely has the correct oxygen mix to ignite. Rupture the tank and spray the fuel all over the place and suddenly it does. Aircraft fuel tanks (not to mention the rest of the plane) tend to rupture quite significantly on impact, while gas station tanks are usually underground and seldom fall out of the sky at a few hundred knots.
Not sure if a word in your subject line is missing a "k" or an "h"...
Never speak ill of the dead until you're damn sure they're dead.
The harebrained conspiracy nuts don't consider themselves idiots...quite the contrary, they consider their belief in conspiracies to be evidence that they're more clever than the scheming masterminds (not to mention the rest of humanity, hence the word "sheeple").
Dunning-Krugery at its finest.
My bet is they compiled a list of fairly ordinary sites and made an effort to leave the really good/bizarre ones off. It's not as though Pakistan has the least corrupt government officials in the world...
The clash of ideas is the sound of freedom.