It was the wrong way around on the launch pad?
103 posts • joined 23 Oct 2009
Not if you've signed a waiver to your legal rights in order to get more than the legal minimum redundancy terms...
Just wondering if this will result in any meaningful losses.
Re: Six months only? House arrest, no jail?
Most classified material is stunningly unimportant.
Re: Concerns about data quality
Is that you, Buttle?
Re: Who in their right mind would want to move to IBM
The problem is, which big corp is any different?
"the previous management of Sun had no grasp of the value of their company" That just about sums it up...
Re: Don't mention SpaceX...
He's waiting for a space yacht.
Re: Patriot Shield
Looking historically, exactly which bits of scientific research 'should' we not have done?
Re: I still don't understand...
Because that wouldn't allow you to do traffic analysis and that's the whole point of this exercise. Well, other than to legalise what GCHQ and palls do already.
Isn't this what the Tories want to do?
The full list from the Draft IPB
Relevant public authority
Police force maintained under section 2 of the Police Act 1996
Metropolitan police force
City of London police force
Police Service of Scotland
Police Service of Northern Ireland
British Transport Police Force
Ministry of Defence Police
Royal Navy Police
Royal Military Police
Royal Air Force Police
Secret Intelligence Service
Ministry of Defence
Department of Health
Ministry of Justice
National Crime Agency
Northern Ireland Office
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs
Department for Transport
Department for Work and Pensions
Common Services Agency for the Scottish Health Service
Competition and Markets Authority
Criminal Cases Review Commission
Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment in Northern Ireland
Financial Conduct Authority
A fire and rescue authority under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004
Food Standards Agency
Gang masters Licensing Authority
Health and Safety Executive
Independent Police Complaints Commission
National Health Service Business Services Authority
A National Health Service Trust established under section 5 of the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 whose functions, as specified in its establishment order, include the provision of emergency ambulance services
Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust
Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service Board
Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Regional Business Services Organisation
Office of Communications
Office of the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland
Police Investigations and Review Commissioner
Scottish Ambulance Service Board
Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission
Serious Fraud Office
Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service Trust
Re: And the navigation systems for those Trident/Poseidon missiles?
They take their own position from the stars as they pass through apogee ...
A marvellous company. No really, it is, legally speaking, I can't say anything bad about it.
Having worked for a few USA employers, they all asked me to sign a document agreeing to my personnel and other employment data to be kept and processed wherever they saw fit. Not sure how legal that was at the time and not sure if this ruling affects that too much. It would only be tested in court if somebody had the means and motivation to do it and given that you mostly want the job and compared to the US-MegaCorp, of puny means, it's pretty unlikely to be tested. So I guess things will just carry on.
Re: Please can we keep the accolades coming...
@Arnaut Monte Carlo simulations... No whether you think that their use in share trading is for the greater good or not is debatable but at least the weather forecasts are more reliable.
Re: Bureaucrats yes, but there are higher-ups
How about, 'Never piss of a companies with offshore cash piles bigger than your national debt'
Re: That picture
There is always the tried and trusted Bessemer converter option. I used to send discpacks to their fiery doom via the ones in Scunthorpe, truly a trip to Mordor...
Re: Standard Form 86
VC10 K3, converted to tanker so thus the windows:
Re: Photoshopped picture?
VC10 K3, converted to tanker and therefore still has the windows:
Well wordpress seems to be used on ~1/4 of all websites (http://w3techs.com/technologies/overview/content_management/all) and it relies on cookies but doesn't explicitly ask; perhaps wordpress need to change...
Re: It's already too late...
Re: Great news
We already eat seaweed.
Re: The Purpose of Government.
Exactly why couldn't tax collection be privatized? The BEEB seems to manage to collect it's own tax (although it does moan aboutthe cost...)
Re: I just dont get it !!!
I've had one of these for years (http://www.theowl.com/index.php/products/energy-moni/). Shows me with good enough accuracy what I'm using; doesn't really change behaviour much though so I guess the basic premise for 'smart' meters is at best unproven.
Re: Good idea
Does anybody here upgrade their washing machines, toasters, ovens, HiFi amps, AV equipment, etc. ?
Re: Take GCHQ's crown?
No it's treason.
There's also that ornate place by the Thames next to the pointy clock tower that's jam packed with extremists...
Re: Innuendo... Al-Qaeda, what!?
It might make your life interesting if you subsequently go on holiday with your family to Florida.
Unfortunately the UK gave up it's ability to make our own independent nuclear weapons a while ago. All we have are Trident, and they are far from independent; their replacements even more so.
Re: Those Bell inequalities...
Midnight at the Well of Souls
Re: ...already an NHS unique number
The same is true of NINO's there not unique either.
Re: In the news over the weekend...
If you want to know how much juice you using then use something like this:
Now what's advantage to me do smart meters have..
Re: Where to put it?
Diego Garcia, has a big long runway, close to the equator and is home to just a few USA'ers squatting and not paying any rent.
Re: It's not just tax...
Well, public support for the IRA casts a long shadow without even going anywhere near the resent armed trips the USA government has made to spread peace and democracy abroad.
Re: Return to land
They also had/have rather a lot of aircraft carriers from which to mount the whole operation.
Re: I'm sure that any of these companies could do far better if they just doubled their prices
All you'll get is a map of population density not true geographical coverage...
Re: Sun-Synchronous Orbit
Not if your the NRO.
How dare you say that this is deliberately obfuscated...
As the Universe is expanding there is just more space/time every instant. No direction so time going sidewise would be fine.
What about upload?
The internet is not just about streaming films and watching cat videos. Oh, bugger...
Don't Buy Stuff
If advertising didn't bring in the punters then it would stop. Vote with your closed wallet...
Looks like my ksp mun rocket...
Re: The author is the problem, not the industry
"I’ve never seen socks & sandals in the office"
You never worked in ICL then :)
Re: "Always leave them wanting more"
If the "obvious flaw" is that the replicants have a limited lifespan then this isn't so much of a problem. It is left unsaid in the film (both versions) whether or not Rachael had a shorter than normal lifespan and she certainly didn't seem to be burning oh so bright. If Decker is a replicant (the most likely conclusion, as if he wasn't, he would have gone off world like everyone else who could) then it seems he also didn't have the short but bright life.