10 posts • joined Monday 2nd April 2007 14:20 GMT
there is no such right
as a right to source code. It lives only in the utopian universe of open sourcers. It is also ridiculous to think that anyone in his right mind would have time to audit every line of code running on its computer. There are millions of lines of code running in there. Not to mention that a very small fraction of the computer-using population that can read source code. And then even many programmers aren't working on low-level programming, and wouldn't know/understand the intricacies of low-level/optimised code. I know I wouldn't.
have come out of the woodwork, innit?
Surely it's useless to point out there's a definite difference between evolution and speciation. Besides, it can't be video-ed either, this is not transmogrification.
Sense of humour mega-failure
Have none of you ever read an article by Otto Stern? It IS satire, so deep and bizarre that most wouldn't see it if it hit them in the face. Oh wait.
RE: Cooling issues
How do you manage to stay out of direct sunlight? It's not like a space station that relies on solar panels to generate electricity can hide in Earth's shadow all the time. Plus, a spacecraft can't hide in a shadow if it expects to go anywhere at all.
You should also know that cooling in space is a huge problem, what with being a 'hard' vacuum and all. Heat radiates really inefficiently in a vacuum.
re: orbital paths
It is believed unlikely. But it was thought nigh impossible for planets to form around binary systems...
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