"But during inspections of the ship, experts found that bringing the ship to today’s standards would require “significant” changes to the hull, which could create stability challenges for the ship. Installing a modern diesel electric propulsion plant would also require rebuilding about 25 percent of the hull, Crystal said. Essentially, the ship require rebuilding from the inside out. "
Before 1982, EVERY phone was leased from the phone company and you had no third party options. Deregulation proved to be good thing for everybody.
It'll be free again. Limited time" is just a marketing gimmick, proven to work on some folks.
Ambiguity is removed... and you get more service if you sign up during the last 3 days of January.
This means, if you weight 70 kg, your body contains about 34 trillion electron-volts of dark matter (or 6*10^-20 grams).
Only if it's uniformly distributed. If dark matter is black holes, then no. http://www.space.com/33122-dar...
Donald Trump has earned his money himself.
Inheriting is not earning.
Or, as NASA said today, dark matter may be black holes.(http://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/nasa-scientist-suggests-possible-link-between-primordial-black-holes-and-dark-matter). If I were an astrophysicist, I might know why the author didn't just pull out a calculator and figure out how many 30 solar mass black holes would likely be near us (assuming uniform distribution) to account for average observed galactic rotational speed anomaly, and if the kepler telescope (or another) could be used to look for star flickers from all the gravitation lensing of all these black holes roaming about.
...discussed at length here:
The Florida government does not condone speech about climate change or sea-level rise:
New TED talk
Starting at 13:40 he shows graphs of the exponential growth of wind, solar, and batteries that are driving the move to renewables.
The tests you mention were not tests of how the compton effect (EMP amplification that only occurs with high altitude detonations) would damage infrastructure which is now controlled by modern computer chips (which are 5 magnitudes more sensitive to EMP than the transistors that were commonplace at the times of those tests).
One tumbling EMP nuke detonated above the atmosphere over the center of the US would plunge most of the country into darkness for months, if not years. It would interrupt the production and delivery of food, medicine and clean water. The number of US casualties, after a few months, could be worse than all past attacks and wars combined.
"Television won't be able to hold on to any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night."
Darryl Zanuck, executive at 20th Century Fox, 1946
You could also take the opinion that the concept of a firearm today is something the signatories to the second amendment could hardly imagine...
One could also take the opinion that if the signatories couldn't imagine firearms that simply shot bullets faster, then there's certainly no possible way they could have imagined the discovery of electricity and all the ways it would facilitate speech, therefore the first amendment should not apply to any electronic communication, if the second amendment should not apply to modern arms!
"Life begins when you can spend your spare time programming instead of watching television." -- Cal Keegan