You need 64 bit integers for holding indexes into arrays with more than 2 billion elements.
Unsigned ints will double that.
I want someone to try to cut all of Lost into chronological order, so I can watch it and see if it makes any sense. I'm certain it won't. Every minor mistake will be very apparent.
I did watch part of the first season, before it jumped the shark jumper (The whole series jumped the shark from about five minutes in).
So, the farm is there and is easy to buy from, but there's a whole other market out there of rolling fields. The gates to these fields have standard latches that require standard protocols to open. The fridge can do this and get chicken from other sources.
Although, Adobe farms has some sort of impassible chasm, and the fridge does not have the necessary instructions to operate the drawbridge. I think Adobe chickens might make the fridge bloated and slow, however.
The times when our borders were open were also the times when we experienced the greatest growth, the most innovation, the best reputation in the world.
Assimilate the immigrants? Hell, they assimilated us. By all reckoning, we're better for it.
Actually, you pretty-much HAVE to have a tracking sensor on the missile itself if you want to hit anything.
However, if you fire off a missile in a random direction you're going to blow up some ship at random at best - most likely a tanker. Also, radar is subject to jamming, and you bet that if somebody spots a radar emitter travelling at mach 3 they're going to jam it! IR or visual is only useful if you have a very good idea of where the target is - it can't search a large area. Even radar on a missile will only spot something in a cone maybe a few miles across, which isn't much even in the Persian Gulf.
Keep in mind that a cruise missile is exactly the kind of threat that US naval defenses were designed to counter. The only twist here is sneaking one onto a merchant ship.
Realplayer? Really? Is this 1998?
Enzymes are things invented by biologists that explain things which otherwise require harder thinking. -- Jerome Lettvin