This! a thousand times this!
This! a thousand times this!
And if they don't, when the 1,000 years is up, you get your money back.
I have read back tapes I wrote myself after 30 years. I cant read backup CDs from 5 years ago, and I live in London, so I can't blame the California weather..
I use tape for backup/archive, but to send CNC data to the factory, I use CDs. That way, they cannot claim I sent them something else. Anyway, if you sent them USB sticks/SD cards, they would probably lose them because they are too small (its a FACTORY).
The good news is that this thing uses an existing processor core, OpenSPARC T1 (SPARC V9), so there's plenty of software around for it. (Yes, it runs -- or I imagine it will soon -- Linux.)
The bad news is that this thing uses an existing processor core, instead of a more secure architecture (say, something segment based with tag bits, like the B6700 among others) which would render it much more resistant (dare I say immune?) to things like buffer overflows and such.
My THL6C cost GBP36 (less than $50) and has dual sims, latest Android (MegaPlotz or whatever its called, as of July) great reception, clear voice, exchangeable battery, SD card, etc. Camera is a bit naff. Does the job though. My family bought 6 of these, and 5 are still working. The other was lost in the airport, and may be still working I don't know.
One of us owns an Apple of some sort. It is still working on the rare occasions when the battery is not flat.
Reliable reliability data is hard to come by, and this ain't it!
They are testable, have been tested, and have past the tests within known limits (which are not exactly close tolerance, I agree), and the results are published, and are available for inspection, are inspected, etc. You clearly lack the skill to do this yourself. However, that does not mean that other people are not sufficiently skilled in the art.
Why is this hard for people to understand?
Because unlike you, loads of people have travelled around the world to a wide variety of places, and report back that the experiences of the people living there confirms the data reported by satellite measurements, etc, and those involved in activities like fishing and farming, which are seriously affected by the climate report that their own experience is one of change over several generations. The models may not be correct to two decimal places - but the sign points in the right direction for sure.
While I accept that GW is being used as a tool for corrupt political funding, that is because the corrupt know which side of the bread has the butter on and if it was global cooling, they would be seeking taxes to fund heating projects instead.
Were you born yesterday, or do you just want us to think that?
Holding up Homer SImpson as a hero, and attacking education like Boko Haram is extremely popular with [trump supporters], while they blame others for the obvious consequences of their own actions.
Condemning experts is a great way to defend your own stupidity, but it doesn't make it any less stupid.
before the terms of service make it illegal to stop. You have been warned.
No, because the browser on your device does not adhere to any known standards (unless by accident), and the standards do not agree on how big "12 points" is on a mobile screen.
I don't know how much number crunching was actually involved here. I suspect the problem comes from using a spreadsheet as a database.
Because databases are, you know, hard.
And "errands" creep in all over the place.
Failure is more frequently from want of energy than want of capital.