Why are we around then?
Who else will consume what the robots produce?
Meaning the specific use of vague terms.
Weight reduction using batteries in airplanes is nowhere on the horizon. Compared to ground vehicle drive trains, jet engines have a great power to weight ratio, and they use no transmission. Replacing a modern jet with a motor and propeller is in itself a step backward.
On the other hand, airplanes spend a lot of time above the clouds and have a lot of surface area, so perhaps solar panels could provide a measurable range boost on day flights. But I kind of doubt it; solar panels have a terrible power to weight ratio.
This is dumb to even think about until batteries improve dramatically. In fact I suspect it may never actually work, because as technology progresses, it will become viable to manufacture carbon neutral fuel for use in airplanes.
Since the AC was good enough to post a Goodenough joke that was at least possibly good enough...
How do we know it's an imposter? No one else seems to have noticed. It would seem that if Goodenough is actually an imposter, that the imposter might actually be good enough.
That's only the half of it. He's also figure out how to post in a
On the other hand, he's fiddling around on
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Well then, they won't be able to watch the revenge enactment.
In what way is a less efficient/more expensive system a "better idea"?
The hydrogen fuel cell approach makes sense if you need to power machines which are not always connected to the grid, such as cars and trucks, but it makes very little sense for grid storage.
Is it not nobel to at least try?
The make up of college CS programs is different if you're female or have brown skin?
Bubble sort and linked lists are not in the same category.
You need to know about bubble sort in the sense that you need to know it exists and should never be written. It's a bit like syphilis.
Linked lists actually have practical uses.
Isn't bubble sort a trick question?
"Please implement bubble sort."
"No. That would be stupid."
What does this have to do with women and people of color?
If shoes have computers in them, at some point it will be cheaper to put computers in them that are smarter than us. Even a fairly dumb shoe understands this.
backups: always in season, never out of style.