War is piece
War is piece
I think Google tried this - the issue was the subsequent mental-health changes in those employees.
Please read: https://www.brookings.edu/wp-c...
I'd observe smelting could be done using electricity - giant solar panels (but...no water to wash them regularly)!
My (limited) understanding is that material on the moon tends to more "mixed" and less layered (also, see above comment about stratification), making mining less efficient. Also, if you're in space, things like palladium group metals might be "easier" to get from metallic asteroids?
After all, Moon is made basically of the same material that the Earth was formed with.
Slightly more precise, the Moon is made out of Earth's crust, so primarily consists of the lighter materials.
It's been a while, but binge-drinking usually improved my quality of life
"The downside to hydropower is that it requires consistent rainfall.
Purely brain-farting here, but since they have more than just hydropower (it mentions geothermal, and uses words like "mostly), could there be times where other excess sources allow them to pump water back into the reservoirs, thus negating the need for consistent rainfall, and allow better utilization of multiple green energy sources?
Just ladle out some lava into your form, let it cool, and BAM - natural stone buildings!
Auch - mental image of workers who "ladle out some lava"
And Apple has sold roughly a billion phones. Are you saying that there are that many fanbois out there?
Just a math thing
huh? Nougat* melts in your pocket? How hot does your pocket get?!?
Wireless in-ears have connection issues if, eg, your phone is on the other side of you, compared to the receiving ear-piece.
I don't follow European news, but I doubt that very much.
I DO follow European news, and that was pretty much what the EU/EC/EP leadership has said: Activate Art.50, get out, and THEN we'll talk.
Just checking - is it more than 25 years since Ireland willingly joined the EEC in 1973, and willingly agreed to abide by the rules for the common market?
Well, from this, that future Intel and AMD CPUs require Window 10 (odd direction of requirement), I guess we can safely rule out either for future Apple computers...
It is much easier to suggest solutions when you know nothing about the problem.