I mean FTC.
I mean FTC.
"Can you hear me NOW?" says FCC to AT&T.
No, the article says exactly that the Chinese have lost control over it. They are calculating that it will break up on re-entry, but they have no control over when it will break up. Having control means you could fire retro-rockets at the right time to have it come down over the ocean. There is nothing in your quote that says they have ANY control.
Well, no. The Albanian schemes were around $1.2 billion, while Bitcoin is $6.7B. You are right though that the Albanian economy as a whole is bigger than Bitcoin now. Still $50 million is traded daily in Bitcoin.
Our galaxy has only a hundred billion. Knowing us we will go to war long before we collide, though.
PREPARE FOR WAR AGAINST THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY!
which has been used in the past by the National Aeronautical and Space Administration,
I'm pretty sure we can all say NASA.
They need refuge from the deluge of centrifuge subterfuge.
Are you SURE polar bears are in serious decline?
This sounds suspiciously like something a seal would say.
Change the scope of to study to be the migration patterns of seals who are good at finding pinging fish.
To be fair, there is room for distinctions inside the cloud metaphor. Regular cloud services will now be called the "cumulus" cloud, and the Internet2 service is the "cirrostratus" cloud, because it has faster winds.
OK, your main argument is wrong. Second-sourcing is when a company licences its IP to another manufacturer.
There was no licencing here.
Ammonia is toxic and isn't renewable.
No, it's gasoline that is toxic and not renewable. Ammonia is manufactured from air and water.
In theory, the difference between practice and theory is due to practical considerations that theorists find it impractical to fit into their theories.
In practice, theory uses the practice of theorizing about practical matters, while not noticing that the theoretical method practically distorts the theory beyond application to practice.
Theoretically then, the practical facts are that theory is in practice good for predicting what happens in theory, but impractical as a theory with direct implications for practice, except where theory states that the practice is sufficiently close to the theory to make any difference, for all practical purposes, theoretically zero.
In practice this does not happen very often.
The number of arguments is unimportant unless some of them are correct. -- Ralph Hartley