How many users constitutes large?
Business opportunity to setup many ISP's under this threshold.
774 posts • joined 24 May 2010
Business opportunity to setup many ISP's under this threshold.
Nah needs a patch of grass for all the bullshit.
But the velocity and trajectory are the key elements here.
The Blue origins rocket won't get above Mach 2, maybe 3 at a push, this only being during launch, at apogee the velocity will be near zero.
Also they are pretty much going straight up and down.
Credit to the achievement, but they did not get here first.
Musk has already done this with Grasshopper.
What he is trying to do is land, on a moving barge in the ocean, a (much larger) first stage, down range, with a starting altitude of 60-100km (orbit entry varies) and a separation velocity of Mach 6.
None of which the BO rocket gets anywhere near.
Black screen with noise cancelling white noise designed for the room, should only need to be about 15-20mins long and should drive everyone watching literally crazy.
"... it accepts only log data, no logins."
DoS, chuck log files at it, till it either gets confused or runs out of space.
They talk about 2 different planets
Kepler 438b the main focus of the article, orbiting a Red dwarf.
Kepler 452b orbiting a yellow G type star, same as our Sun. This is now 6Bn years old, and about to enter it's Red Giant phase.
"You don't use a sledgehammer to put a screw into a piece of wood. Unless, y'know, it's right next to you and the screwdriver is still in the toolbox..."
Tell that to a Brummy...
The trick is to make the various business elements involved in the system, liable for any fallout as a result.
To achieve what you desire requires a development process similar to Aerospace.
Unfortunately the time taken to achieve this is measured in years, also given the relative code complexity difference between an Aircraft and these large integrated business systems is huge.
So you can multiply your development time.
At the end of the day it's all about testing, which costs money, so until the costs of doing the testing are vastly outweighed by the costs of not doing the testing, nothing will change.
All I read from this post:
"We want rid of the DPA to make one of our mates loads of money"
At which point sometime later said minister becomes a director of said company.
Smack Ceres into it a sufficient velocity to re-melt the core, might take a few thousand year for the surface to cool enough for us to walk on it again.
But what's a few Eons between friends.
No just in flight refuelling.
Technically they won't be in Earth orbit.
..which WOULD raise...
Without the Pre-cooler.
Turbos, Injectors, heads, cam profiles will be different between those petrol/gas engines.
The diesels will have different Turbos and injectors.
Probably not, most military and aerospace control systems use established HW with known predictable errors and appropriate responses to those issues and countermeasures implemented.
They will also run an aerospace specific RTOS, no need to run Linux.
Most of the processing power in this is to run the OS, 99% of control systems don't actually need an OS of this magnitude.
E.g. The flight control system on the first generation F16's was built in the 70s using that era's technology.
B2's are about $2Bn each.
"The $500 price tag suggests that the machine is being sold above cost, so there won't be any 'printer ink cartridge / Kuerig cofffee capsule' extortion on the consumables"
Sounds like they're doing it on both.
I'd give you a pint if it were possible.
As the majority of these patches are coming from the core OS, the fact that they require the whole system to be updated indicates that the update system in Android (probably others aswell), is fundamentally flawed.
AdBlue is added to the exhaust, not the combustion process.
There are other things wrong with your statement, a Diesel engine works very differently to a Petrol/Gas engine.
"...and the introduction of anti-tampering provisions..."
This is the key part of that statement, i.e. the regulations don't currently rule VW's alternate map "against the rules".
Legality is a different situation.
IRS would probably disagree...
And leave your phone there...
Religion stems from 2 factors:
1. The human brain's ability to fill in missing gaps, we regularly have to make decisions based on incomplete information, some of it past experience, some of it pattern recognition etc.
Where individuals would ask a question, but be unable to come up with an answer.
2. Kids, see second part of answer 1. Many people always underestimate the power of a curious and imaginative mind.
They do exist
LASER's are typically 10-14% efficient so you are going to need roughly 60w, still perfectly possible with solar panels in orbit.
1. It needs to be on bare skin.
2. I'd put money it suffers from the same problem with Subvocal comms devices, in that once you take it off and then put it back on, it will need to be recalibrated as it is never in the same place.
Detection of the Running on a dyno is essential, certain features need to be turned off, traction control/stability control being the main ones.
Front wheel drive car, front wheels driving, rear wheels going nowhere, traction control will think the wheels are spinning and cut power.
Obviously, this is a simplistic view and depends how the algorithm is implemented, but the principle is there.
The Cygnet is based on the Toyota iQ not the Aygo.
"On the flip side, with fewer people in the world due to NOx emissions, there'll be proportionally fewer drivers."
Stop stealing the Tories plan to resolve the benefits system.
So does it have a random port on the back where you fire a laser at it and it wipes all the data?
It's actually on the main road going into Cheltenham, it does sit on the edge of a housing estate not in the middle, Whole food market is 2 miles away.
They're overloading the data connection.
Exchange rate is 1.52, so $34,200.
20% VAT, so $28,500 before sale tax.
There is also 'new car tax' which depends on the emissions.
So it will be about $27,000 before taxes for a representative of US prices.
Can't make the test repeatable, variations include (but not limited to):
Needs to be a controlled, repeatable and representative test.
You don't need to reverse engineer it.
They all have a dyno mode, which is necessary for safety.
If (dyno_mode == true)
tune = x;
tune = y;
With this is not that they gamed the system, all manufacturers do, irrelevant of the industry.
It's that the various regulatory bodies + media influence have stated that outside of VERY specific test criteria, the vehicles do not meet emissions standards.
How is this a shock?!
My other issues are with the former CEO of VW:
1. Why admit you are doing something wrong, you met the specified test criteria, even if you are using a special map for the test, unless it is explicitly stated that you shouldn't you are not in breach of the criteria, this is the question, is this specified anywhere?
2. The only other possibility is that they have something else to hide?
MOT Rolling roads are used to test the brakes, not emissions and are self driven, i.e. the roller drive themeselves not the car.
Pump, ECU, wiring, plumbing, mounting, external tank refill elements.
Engine management software update, Body Computer software update.
It's not a easy or cheap exercise, given the nature of the impact it may result in the vehicle needing to be re-qualified.
It's not just a tank, it is also the pump, wiring, plumbing, exhaust injector, ecu, mountings and fixings, adds up pretty quickly.
1. Most cars now have keyless entry, nowhere to insert a key. CAN comms occurs post shutdown for various tasks, although generally not for very long.
2. Actually a serious idea, but many manufacturers will be reluctant to implement:
a: They would have to add another switch somewhere = cost, Automotive OEMs if they can
save 2p on a car they will.
b: Dealers won't like the 5 calls a day when some muppet's Sat nav won't work.
3. Total airgap will never be possible, but there are mitigations.
4. USB is a bad idea, they are better reprogrammed directly via the CANbus in the Diagnostic port.
5. Marketing will throw the teddies out of the pram.
The primary weakness is the quality (or lack there of) of encryption used.
"We're attempting to feed our corporate partners more money and you're screwing it up! So were going to force you!"
20% VAT, so £31,866 or $48,754 pre-tax
Still stupidly expensive.
"we can do nothing 'faster than light'"
Yes because banning something legally prevents it from being used!
Just like the 'War on drugs'
Petrol cars are relatively easy to convert to ethanol as well
It's powered disengaged, rather than powered engaged.
Most systems have a release mechanism (to drive to dealer), but most lose the handbrake after this point.
That's because Apple are forcing a US Keyboard on you.
It's the self park systems that's really changed the game, as they have the steering systems control inputs available on the CAN bus.