Re: Tea Bags For All Brews?
So ... Windows 10 is Microsoft's way of teabagging users old and new?
253 posts • joined 23 Dec 2009
So ... Windows 10 is Microsoft's way of teabagging users old and new?
(quick Google search)
Huh, krill also. Have an upvote. Minor correction though, zooplankton is a trophic group so doesn't need to be microscopic to fall in this group. Jellies are zooplankton.
Nope. Central to aerobic metabolism is the TCA or Kreb's Cycle. The enzymes involved are critical to cell function, such core functions tend to be very highly conserved. There is not much difference between us and fish here, and fish do not have multiple sets of TCA enzymes optimized for different temperature ranges. Swapping enzymes can't change the underlying physics: chemical reactions occur more slowly at lower temperatures. That's why even a small boost to core temp is such an advantage for a predatory fish, as it can then outrun both its competition and prey.
His handle is Johnny Canuck, so I suspect he lives a bit to the north
Easy, just change the name to Skipe. Conveniently someone in Redmond already owns Skipe.com
US v. Lanza 260 U.S. 377 (1922):
"[A]n act denounced as a crime by both national and state sovereignties is an offense against the peace and dignity of both, and may be punished by each."
Not saying it's fair...
I think you are confusing Adobe Acrobat with Adobe Flash Player. One opens PDFs the other opens up a world of hurt.
Yes, we even have Spaceport Canada you can use! Perfect for putting LOHAN into a polar orbit, in fact. Just mind the polar bears and mosquitoes. Oh, and the black flies that can bite you through your jeans. Oh, and there's a few (hundred) small lakes you may wish to avoid, as well as a modest-sized bay (admittedly attached to a larger but still modest one, not like that gaudy Bay of Bengal). Oh, and it's been shuttered for a decade or two. Oh, and you can't drive there on account of the lack of a road. Oh, and ...
"attackers could target the system from anywhere in the world and with sufficient but not tremendous levels of skill could automate the hacking."
My takeaway from the article:
Point 1. A classical system can behave just like a quantum system. What we think of as "quantum" systems may actually have classical underpinnings.
Point 2. The failure of "quantum computing" may therefore be that the underpinning is in fact a classical system and not "quantum" at all. In this case, adding more qubits does not help any more than adding conventional computing units.
Nope. That's called "off-label" use, doesn't mean you can receive another patent. What you CAN do is change something (e.g. the salt used), devise a new drug-delivery system (e.g. slow-release or liposomal) or combine with another drug and patent that, with the new indication (requires FDA rubber stamp of approval). Then you can market the patented reformulation as treating the new indication, whereas the generic cannot be marketed as such.
The dose and duration is listed in the Methods section.
Nah, very clearly it's white on gold.
Wrong. The NSA has not only a Signals Intelligence mission but also an Information Assurance mission. This most definitely operates within the borders of the United States.
Interestingly, this part of their mission includes, by Executive Order 12333 (amended by EO 13470) "to maintain or strengthen privacy and civil liberties protections".
When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know, the end result is tyranny and oppression no matter how holy the motives.
Robert A. Heinlein
Clearly no longer relevant.
Seriously, their rep is named "Tom Cheshire"? Methinks someone in GCHQ is a Lewis Caroll fan.
The government of Saudi Arabia is classified as an Absolute Monarchy, where the monarch has an absolute monopoly on power. A Dictatorship on the other hand is a form of government where political authority is monopolized by a single person. See the difference?
According to The Economist, Saudi Arabia is as democratic a country as Myanmar (Military Dictatorship), and LESS democratic than Iran and Syria. Criticism or even perceived criticism of the government results in imprisonment and torture. As in, if I was in Saudi Arabia right now I could expect to disappear into a deep dark hole only seeing the light of day for my weekly public floggings just for hitting the "Submit" button after I finish typing this sentence.
You are not "spectacularly refined", sir. You are an ass.
STFU, RTFA then fix one yourself you lazy whining putz.
Had to dump Chrome from my old Sammie netbook (Win7 32 bit 2GB) recently as it started to crash frequently. Previously had been stable. Thought it was just my system.
No issues with FF.
Hope he got permission from Lucasfilm first.
Quick trip to play store and then a search for "android" in the apps section shows about one in five of the first 100 apps returned violate the "for Android" rule. Including the very first result returned, "My Android" by InnovationM. AVG is also one of the offenders.
So then the question becomes why Androidscript why now.
Eadon. His name was Eadon.
How soon we forget the fallen.
Have a look at his platform: privacy rights, gun control, marriage equality, women's rights, health insurance coverage for mental health issues, environmental protection.
And Connecticut voters put this guy in office. Perhaps there is hope yet...
Matt, you might want to have a look at that Wikipedia link you posted re:ACTA. "Effective: Not in force", as per your source.
To be in force ACTA needs to be ratified by at least six signatories. So far only Japan has ratified.
I could be wrong but "Budweiser" in Europe should be real beer from Czech (Budweiser Budvar), not so much in North America. The "beer" here under that name ("Bud" over there) is brewed from barley and rice. Rice.
All of the ash trees on my street are dying due to the introduction of the Emerald Ash Borer from Asia, likely via wood pallets. Many of the ash trees were planted to replace elm trees, which were wiped out here by Dutch Elm disease introduced from, well, you figure it out. Ironically, if you (Lester) look out your window you won't see any Elm trees either. Elms in Britain were largely wiped out when a now more virulent strain of the fungus was reimported to Britain from North America in a shipment of infected elm wood.
Not a problem. Easy to get a Lego replacement Stateside.
I have a laptop with Vista. Why still Vista? It works, and having seen what Windows 8 is like, why pay for a downgrade?
Problem? What do you mean, problem? That's how most companies are organized. R&D/manufacturing in one facility and sales/customer service/management in another.
I too have just added a downvote. Not because i disagree entirely with your original post, just want to help you smash your previous personal record. No "thank you" required.
Nah, only 33 will have their info leaked.
Porn, ill-formed supposition, poor grammar, and making obtuse references to old comedy sketches. No wait, the FOUR things the Internet is good for are ...
1440 seconds, as per Google voice recognition.
Admittedly, I did say "36 minutes", not just "36". Math requires units.
Here on El Reg, that would be 3.4% of the maximum velocity of a sheep in space.
Not to be confused with maximum velocity of a sheep in a vacuum. Which The Register has done on their converter page.
Don't forget the stars. SR-71 was upgraded to celestial navigation, possible even during daylight hours at that elevation.
The air museum is independent of Boeing and have lots of cool stuff from many different manufacturers. They don't have an (intact) SR-71, but rather an M-12. Er, the M-12. And a Darkstar prototype!
And for you Brits there's a Harrier, in case you want to see a part of your own aviation history. (cough).
The irony here is that apparently you may not know the difference between embolism and stroke or aneurysm. An embolus is a piece of material (clot, tumour, air, amneotic fluid, metal fragment, anything really) that travels somewhere in the body then gets stuck. Usually bad (clot to the lungs or brain or retina) but sometimes good (glue injected into a bleeding vessel, coil into a cerebral aneurysm). Not associated with high blood pressure.
I think you were looking for "stroke" (of the hemorrhagic variety) or maybe "blew an aneurysm".
Pure carbs 775 g at 4 Cal/g
Apples, carrots roughly 100 Cal each
Eggs 70 each
Onions 40 each
Tins of beans/lentils 225 Cal/cup, maybe 6 cups there
Oh dear, I count maybe 6000 Cal in total.
Strangely enough, I remember names better after I've had one or two of your icons!
Let me know if you plan on pursuing this approach. I can provide you with a recipe for some nice curried lentils and beans.
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Wrong search phrase. If you check the article you will realize the correct search is for "SHAX BUBBLER" not "shax airlock".
Which, uhmm, returns your comment above as the first result and also a query as to whether you meant to search for "SHARK BUBBLES" instead.
The article is written by a Brit on a British website commenting on the British populace being sold out by their elected leaders for a fraction of a fraction of the value of what is being sold.
Facebook/WhatsApp is the setup, the HSCIC scheme is the punchline.
"The location of the sensors may be placed at strategic locations."
"In one embodiment, a proximity sensor or touch sensor may be placed near a feedback indicator such as a sleep indicator. When a user approaches and/or touches, the sleep indicator or area around the sleep indicator, the electronic device may initiate a sleep or wake function. For example, if the electronic device is already in sleep, the user action may cause the computer to wake (or vice versa). "
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What FB app? Not a part of vanilla Android.
Blame your manufacturer or your provider for that app, not Google.
But they can't get stuff to scan squarely, guess someone else holds the patent on that. The court filing including patent numbers is here:
No no no, this is not a patent for boring old predictive text, silly. This patent is for predictive character strings on a portable electronic device with a touchscreen, using gestures!
Totally not the same thing.