Should have driven it hard ashore near ColdHarbour point.
Be worth about £1Billion as 'affordable' housing.
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Be worth about £1Billion as 'affordable' housing.
Bob, I'd love to see a small area of some country where they try and emulate Ayn Rands childrens books as a way of actually living. The joy of seeing your food deliveries arriving and rotting at the bottom of the truck due to having to shell out for private provision of everything taxes currently cover that in private hands would be prohibitively gouging.
ends in the fiery destruction of something.
When they first came out I could calculate Planck's constant from information received from idiots wearing these things. After a week or so it went blissfully quiet. It seems even the most gadget happy idiot finds them useless.
CNN reported at the weekend about a fire where a concrete statue of jesus survived. This was taken as a miracle: concrete not burning!! Oh and 11 people died. Fucking miracle.
Osbourne said there was £0.5trillion available to calm the markets before he was pushed. Alas a FOI wont tell us how much of that has or is being spent but I'm not expecting things to get better when that's all spent.
the ignominy of being killed by an intergalactic tin of baked beans!
"But NEVER NEVER NEVER do they let the actual workers see prototypes or ask them if something will actually DO THE JOB"
If you get the people who actually know what to do with the data involved you may will finish the job. Unless that is you get some MBAs to ask them what's what. If I apply to do an MBA will they actually remove any logic circuits from my brain?
it they're trying to calculate they're too late. Doncha just love the law of diminishing returns!
is going to align almost any matter in it in a way that would polarise light anyway.
be around 1024 time less irradiative after 300 years. But 1000 of something that will kill you in a week means is will take 20 years to kill you. And you are assuming that it decays into something harmless - most things tend to keep decaying for many iterations. Caesium decays to radioactive barium 137 - which has gone in a few seconds but Pu238 goes to u234 which is around for 234,000 years and then to Thorium 234 for a month then off to Proactinuim.....
The thing about the wildlife is it mostly just dies. It doesnt wander into a clinic complaining of unusual symptoms.
What is good for the wildlife is there aren't many humans wandering around giving it lead poisoning so even if it is irradiated it gets a good chance of reproducing before dropping dead next to the tree that no-one hears fall.
They printed a radiation map of Chernobyl's shitting over Europe. I was amazed to see it caused a plume from Sellafield at the time.
Wish I'd kept my copy.
So? I've been a faithful Ubuntu user for a few years but I now cant get a middle mouse button to work on my machines. Its marked as a kernel bug that even swallows any attempt to emulate the third button. Only another 37 kernel release to wait for the fix. I dont play games but I'd imagine steam might like a MMB and its a long way off on the standard releases.
na the ludites in the next grave got to him
Its not that there is no synthetic option - its would just be too costly. I think most vegans would be surprised to discover that almost all synthetic products have some animal products in them Biodiesel contains animal products - not just the fat from burgers but when leather is made the fat scraped of the skins is boiled down and goes in along with your chip fat.
To make animal free synthetics you'd probably have to build a whole new production line and supply chain for everything.
"If you're calling someone else's attitude to animal rights stupid then you're acting superior." No we're not asking you to live by our rules but you seem to expect everyone else to live by yours.
You just need to be aware that if you co-exist with meat eaters you are going to be contaminated.
Probably not animal but not vegan either.
no it doesnt - it gives you answers that you wish to think are correct when they are merely given to stop the torture continuing.
My cabinet was about a mile and a half from my house. When my exchange went FTTC they designated the exchange 4.5 miles further as my new cabinet. The annoying thing is they pulled fibre to that no-longer-a-cabinet around two years ago.
" BT are really dragging their heels if they can get away with it"
Why would they deliberately do that?
I dont know - round here they would be better off pulling fibre through rather than the two or three attempts at repairing the 'copper' every year. It could be they are waiting for the government to give them a grant to do it. I dont think you can expect rational decisions from BT and Openreach. I'd guess the fibre is already in place from the amount of fibre they have installed - but they dont seem to want to connect it.
Strange - I bought some solar a few years ago. Without subsidy its better than having the money in the bank even thought I dont use all that it produces on a sunny day. And this is in darkest Devon where we get a lot more cloud than they do and it should pay for itself in less than 10 years before I add FIT in to the equation. Its a lot cheaper to buy these days than when I bought and a company like them will get it even cheaper in bulk so it would be dumb of them not to.
But Big John you do realise that Trump will be increasing NASAs funding - if he's going to create jobs for Americans then the best way of doing it is to fund NASA - every dollar spent on NASA generates 18 elsewhere in the economy. The best way for Trump to make america grate again is to use socialism.
A place I worked in had those electromagnetic doors and swipe cards fitted. First day I just walked through four of them on the way to the computer room as they decided not to put them in the same place as the old doors and I walked through them in the dark of an early morning start. Once the boss had recovered from the shock of finding me in the computer room and giving me a swipe card for the doors I tried crashing them again. Didn't seem to work so I guess ignorance is bliss.
page 3 may be fund but the coprophillia on the other pages is not to my liking.
1)The impact that cause Sputnik Planitia created the heat required to cause the effects we now observe.
2) The impact crater looks as if the impact may have been slow - this may have been a moon whose eccentric orbit caused heating of Pluto before impact
So the universe is expanding to get away from Pluto's smelly dark matter! It all fits!
The article picture doesnt seem to show the current tariff the customer is being charged. I've been hoping to use a pi-zero and camera and ocr to read the tariff from the smart meter screen (I've seem in on a few meters) in the hope of actually being able to use the tariff as part of the home energy management system these things should have had in mind from the start!
I've written 'throw any kind of shit at the ports program' for penetration testing, having done the same previously for functions when coding, and it interesting to try it. The number of permutations is astronomical - and therefore so is the time required to cycle through all possibilities. So you choose ones to limit the search area. And of course you do this in a stupidly biased way.
Or you discover this and keep it to yourself for possibly dubious reasons.
its had its DNA reset to chemicals.
for when you bang your head against the wall when you realise how much money you pissed up against the same.
I'd say they're less dangerous than a big mac.
So we have got to the stage in AI where we can gain entry to banking software with a really good putdown?
Your SSL smells of elderberries!
Used to use shitloads of that for glazes in Pottery at school.
while the horses are galloping into the matter transporter in stall 2.
TPP will fail?????
Given one of the first things he said after his election was 'I want to unite the country' he was reversing a campaign promise after 30 seconds so dont expect any radical changes - he's got to get most of his shit through congress and they wont like it at all.
That of course assumes your employer has a clue. I have been made redundant a few times to be replaced by outsourcing and find out later that the outsourcing has been pretty disastrous - a little bird told me the last job I was made redundant from they spend more flying out to India to find out what's going on than my salary was. But the MBAs and accountants seem to still be working there despite this.
John - you lost but you think you won so be happy.
I was waving my 16" Dob at it. Didnt use term 'terminator' as everyone seems scared enuf already!
When its near the horizon it may look bigger than normal but then viewing conditions are shit. When its well above the horizon the only way you can tell its bigger than normal is with a graticule or something.
And anyway at a full moon there are no shadows so even through a scope most things look pretty flat. So hypermoon is probably the best moniker.
It was near a half moon last night and the dark/light edge looked spectacular when the clouds weren't hiding it.
Until a few years ago I could pull a 70lb longbow and I shoot 34" arrows. You dont want to be on the receiving end of that - it goes through a pig carcass and out the other side.
I could string it in about 30 seconds (if left on the stringer stand) and you'd still be a target even in the car!
I was out walking my dog and chucked the ball a few yards off course. The dog leapt after it and after rummaging around in the undergrowth came out with the ball and half a dozen wasps attacking it.
This was late January this year. The striped stingy thing season is NOT over.
We may be lucky though - not seen a lot of striped stingy things this year as the not-cold enough winter meant the little bastards didnt hibernate and starved to death but it may not be long before they can annoy us all winter and then breed like rabbits.
That's the one they just relocated to Titan? But not for tax purposes this time.
I've found it relatively easy to set up secure systems as demanded by management - the same management that demands it taken down because they are too bloody stupid and lazy to follow their own rules. However I'd still imagine that 80% or more of the files could easily be un-encryptable as there is no reason to modify most data.
I think it would go well on the back of the Red Hunting jackets tho!
Then the engineers we have trained and educated might stay in this country.
Its formation flying for gods sake - they can tow gliders!
That's a serious Oxy-zika-infected-cabbage if I ever heard one.
So some implementations need updating to conform to the well defined bits and the Specification needs to be updated to define the non-defined bits people are working with.
Or we could just have a meltdown and run around waving our hands about screaming the world is going to end.