I don't think that word means what you think it means.
It's modded off topic because it replied to the FP for visibility even though the parent has fuck all to do with Python or anything even related to the off topic post you're championing.
The premise of your argument is that the expansion of space can't cause the distance between two objects to increase at a rate greater than the speed of light. I don't know where you got that from, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expansion_of_the_universe.
or, in one step:
1 WolframAlpha (distance from A to B / earth's circumference)
The summary needs to be fixed, game theory is not the study of video games. (Bogost doesn't describe himself as a "professor of game theory", whoever wrote the summary does)
The hospital is still treating patients in emergency situations but is asking people with minor ailments, such as sore throats or sprained ankles, to contact their regular providers, Okun said.
We're in a sad state when people need to go to the hospital to deal with sore throats and sprained ankles.
Well, considering that just about every major government has tried to redact a pdf by drawing black boxes over it, I wouldn't be surprised to learn that shredders are being misused too.
Your opinion is fascinating, but not relevant. If you'd read the bug report you'd know that people aren't complaining on the basis of aesthetics. The problem is that a tab is only big enough to display the favicon and a small number of characters for the page's title, the more tabs are open the fewer characters can fit. This behavior constrains the usefulness of the title tags and there's a lot of websites that haven't adapted to handle it.
Note: I'm posting this using Chrome so don't interpret this as a Google bash, I'm just acknowledging that these people have a point.
I starting do much better when I stated using Wolfram-Alpha to come up with random sequences for me.
I'm not saying it's as good as Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber or something
And thank god for that...
The coolant pump is electric so that it can be ket running when the engine is off. The 100C coolant that runs through the heating coil doesn't cool significantly in the time you would spend at a traffic light.
If the algorithm can detect 20% with perfection then that must constitute extremely low hanging fruit. That type of vandalism is just annoyance. It is so obvious that the end user readily recognizes it as such and can skip over it or revert the edit.
You have to consider that the people doing the vast majority of vandalism reversions aren't the end users, it's registered wikipedians who maintain articles as a hobby. Automatically reverting 20% of the vandalism means contributors have that much more time to spend verifying uncited claims in other articles.
So in other words you were making twice the average household income all by yourself. If that's not "rich" I'm not sure what is.
Real programs don't eat cache.