17 posts • joined 8 Feb 2010
Re: MIMO over Earth.
In many countries, that neutral line eventually connects to earth as well. If that connection is far enough away it might work, but in Oz that is often at the pole down the street - especially in the outback.
There was a couple with that name called their son Wayne - he was once my CEO.
Don't visit scroogle.COM if you are at work (and its still around), it was scroogle.ORG that ripped off Google search
Nah, this is old news, happened back in 2002... Or maybe next year
Its not a pole, its a stick - rtfa!
is already taken. I know this one rose from the ashes... www.fenixcarriages.co.uk and he can't spell either
a job for Heston - imagine snail porridge every day!
Point in time?
Apologies for my ignorance, but how can you do point in time snapshots or mirrors over 1000's of miles? With a latency measured in seconds?
Ironic boffin, just because!
No its not!
Or just search apartame dangers, or side-effects
This sort of news has been going around for years, its only just got past the drug companies censors
At least beer doesn't contain it
Turning off your phone...
does not stop them tracking you - it is still on, just on standby. You have to remove the battery to go completely off the air. Although the type of technology used here isn't likely to be covert ops standard.
My apologies to iPhone users :-)
You ask "How DOES that blind deaf mute kid play pinball?"
Because he wasn't any of the three, he was in a ?funk? caused by his wicked uncle Ernie - the famous kiddie fiddler...
Do try to keep up.
Billions and Billions
Used to be
Million = mono-illion = million**1
Billion= bi-illion = million**2
Trillion = tri-illion = million**3
Hence quadrillion = million**4
The prefix counted the power of millions
Time for a lesson
That silly little number is a coefficient, that means it has no units! A metre length of glass will inrease in size by 3.39 micro-metres for each degree c of temperature rise
if you were in the bad old days it would have been laced with SALT! or even MSG!!! to give the tasteless pap some flavour - which is worse I ask you?
Preaching to the converted on this forum aren't we? Or just banging your own drum?
More than likely an inside job, how many people do you think have read access to a corporate outlook directory? Should they? Do you really think any of the measures you bleat on about will have any effect other than breaking communication links within the corporate body?
Jeez, time to re-learn intranet security 101 methinks.
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