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...And, You Know, Everything. or Yin Yang Redeaux.
1. In the beginning, there were only photons.
2. They were compressed into a firecracker the size of a pinhead.
3. These compressed photons inflated into proper photons.
4. There was not enough space for all the photons, so they orbited around each other forming into all manner of quarks and their antimatter counterparts, destroying each other, and reforming .
5. As we can see from cosmic background images, these processes did not proceed uniformly.
CONJECTURE: That certain patterns favored the creation of right handed matter.
Sounds Like Pretty...
...good odds to me.
Guns Are Illegal, Yet...
...40,000 people killed in Mexico by the war on drugs.
It is USA pot prohibition that creates the multi billion dollar marketplace.
Just to keep this in perspective, 225,000 AMerkins die annually due to physician errors, drug side effects, hospital infections, etc.
It' About The...
Device makers need to catch up to the battery demand for streams.
...usage caps. Carriers need to deliver bandwidth with realistic consumption pricing.
Wholesale prices for delivery are below 50 cents per GB, and flat rate mega bandwidth is available in many QWEST-now-Century Link cities with no build charge within 1500 ft of existing fiber node.
Screen size matters a bit also, especially after a pint or two.
Bit level, actually.
" while a cipher operates at a character level."
More Importantly, a cipher scrambles lorries full of informational eggs together into one bowl instead of remapping each Easter egg.*
Most applicably, beer** scrambles useless thought.
* in my **
Back In The Day...
...there was a complete Apollo mission for sale.
One of my customers proposed buying it and running a commercial flight to bring back moon rocks for sale.
Say 20 kilos of rocks @2 million per speck.
That's a lot of beer.
Since It Is a Secret Language...
...the tools of translation were successful.
As JD implied, other tools would be more appropriate for ciphers.
For pictograms, you need beer.
Like Wi-Fi Brand Bands...
...strict licensing standards for hardware makers should mollify spectrum neighbors.
The free public bands are the most profitable to a government due to increased productivity and taxes on gear.
...the cutoff corner on tabulating (Hollerith) cards back in the electromechanical days.
As The Lab Boys...
...are finding out, the real challenge to vertical assembly is thermal management.
It's much easier with beer, just drink it before it gets too hot.
...change the upper-right-hand corner from rounded to polygonal. This (patentable?) feature would differentiate it from the competition, and allow the user to orient the device in the dark.
A quick pass on the sander would upgrade existing stock while molds were being modified.
And One Of...
...the three places should be in another city.
This Is Why...
...us 'merkins want to dismantle Wall Street.
...could outsource the funds distribution to Nigeria.
Monkeys Are More Fun...
...when you give them footballs.
Is There Somewhere To Place...
...a small wager on this?
Gravity, and it's twisted twin centrifugal force, are mediated by the structure of the photon and the nature of spacetime. There is no Higgs Boson. Sorry.
At least beer was detected earlier.
...succeeded for IE, but when i tried to upgrade the chrome browser, which is running ...7 i get the following:
"Your Google Chrome browser already includes Adobe® Flash® Player built-in. Google Chrome will automatically update when new versions of Flash Player are available. "
Would Be Fun...
...to load the dimensions into a proper CGI rendering engine.
We should be able to see the virtual Babbage machine in action. Perhaps degubbing prior to physical build.
...plants do this also. The one that comes to mind is the peanut.
One of my favorites for seed distribution strategy is the Bird of Paradise. As they dry, the seed pods build up torque, which is suddenly released with a loud popping sound, flinging the seeds up to 10 meters.
Take My Wife...
...carry burning bits from the squib to the propellant grain in the configuration shown, giving a false positive test.
This is probably not a big enough issue to require the additional complications of inverting the test chamber.
Building An In House Hypobaric...
...facility would save a lot of travel. Suitable test chambers can be added at scrap metal prices to primary investment in pumps and valves, plus a nice SCADA to run it all. The altitude sensors need to be developed. And it would be REALLY cool to have a Hypobaric Wind tunnel.
Sponsors can get advertising space on the gear (around your logo, of course.)
There is no need to get a long burn for ignition testing I am sure the motor manufacturer would be happy to supply short burning motors in return for test data.
There are chemical mixtures that are insulators until burned. If you are using electronic controls, adding electronic flame sensors along the propellant grain burn would give proof of ignition as well as end of burn detection to initiate other features such as wing deployment.
Paris because there would not be a LOHAN without her.
Judging By Star Trek...
...green girls are hot.
And, after a few beers, they're all green.
...Fatal Explosion "Not Dangerous."
...acne treatment light is about 420** nano-meters. Several manufacturers now produce LED's at this wavelength.
The latest in stage lighting uses them in 7-color LED instruments. They are also popular in overpriced medical lamps.
Yes, Herby, you could find violet paint chips, and make a reflector, But a filter*** would be more comfortable, and could be worn in sunlight or used over wide spectrum "actinic" lamps.
IANAD, but the best treatment for acne is to express sebum from healthy skin and spread it on skin and lips. I often use "nose oil" as an emergency lubricant for metal and plastic.
* By making a link to Wikipedia.
** Another victory for the pot lobby.
*** You could also ingest colloidal silver until your skin turned blue. Since this is not reversible, not recommended unless you want to pursue a career appearing at Star Trek conventions.
...perform worse than Apple or Google.
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