1347 posts • joined Monday 16th January 2012 14:00 GMT
Re: On constants
When is c not constant?
Re: The fault is in the theory not in the search
Ok, now break out the maths.
This will be interesting.
I for one can't wait to see the pictures of the Chinese riding around on a mars rover :)
Re: Anonymous characterised Moore as a bully and facilitator of abuse
I find it amusing that you expect a group of disparate anarchists to have a clear agenda or consistent direction or motivation.
Re: Mass trolling outbreak on Tumblr
Yeah, there's already more than a little pee in the pool.
Re: In the UK...
I've always wondered where that attitude came from. I remember being lambasted by a manager for not answering my mobile phone late one evening. (What was the point of me having a mobile phone if I could not be contacted on it?).
Cue obscene levels of rage when I pointed out that *my* mobile phone was there for *my* convenience, not theirs.
Working at our company is tough. It calls for someone who can take the pain and suffering.
Any employee found not to be in pain and suffering will be required to submit to HR for torture.
Below the age of criminal responsibility
How can they even touch this girl? She's probably got no concept of "copyright infringement".
Fining her family accomplishes nothing.
Re: The golden rule of passwords is to assume that they can be seen by anybody ...
But all secure site like theregister asterisk out your passwords if you type them out in posts:
Taxing rich companies that can afford it?
What an awesome idea!
Re: Nikola Tesla?
Surely you mean the greatest scientist that ever lived?
I'm more worried about being mugged or burgled.
That's actually happened to me. Those are the criminals we should be keeping an eye on. I've never known anyone that's been attacked by a pedofile.
I upvoted you, but still...
Re: What to do with them when they're full
This is just a Rise of the Machines waiting to happen
These hordes are like stockpiles of raw terminator materials.
I was joking! I swear I tried to think of the most absurd thing I could think of!
I think I just lost all faith in humanity.
Re: I imagine...
We've got a good few years before legislation catches up with the technology.
Re: Biggest != Typical
"What's more, the discovery doesn’t seem to be a freak of nature. The team surveying black holes has found five other galaxies with similar characteristics"
"Eight months ago, the team discovered a black hole that could be as large as 30 billion solar masses (though that's unconfirmed)."
Source - The "Astronomers find biggest black hole, 17 BILLION times the size of Sun" Article.
And still no overhaul of the patent system.
This has gone past absurd.
What's next? A patent on the wheel?
Re: But its not black
It's ok. With a black hole that size you should get a great view of the singularity before you're spaghettified out of existence.
Relationships built on lies
I think that they are only happy sending people into space
If they can get them back home safely.
This from the founder of the company that created the Atari Lynx?
Quite possibly one of the best handheld gaming machines of all time.
Ok, ok. It wasn't as popular as the Gameboy, or the GameGear, but it was an excellent machine.
If you weren't lost or weren't having problems, then I'd say you were lying!
How does the fine print make it legal?
I didn't think I could enter a contract that requires me to give up my statutory rights.
How are they going to find dark matter underground?
With the defining characteristic of dark matter being that it's dark, and with the detector being underground, where it's also dark, How are they going to see anything?
Re: Ipad as generic name for tablet
That explains why when I asked for a Walkman one year I ended up with a crappy Alba portable audio cassette player instead.
Any topic can easily be turned into something totally unrelated.
Any chance of having this added as a comment icon?
What's happened here America? It seems like the RIAA and MPAA have managed to get their laws passed and enforced by their ISP cronies. And now they can sentence you to either reduced internet or no internet.
Judge, jury and executioner, all in one neat little package.
It doesn't look like the most efficient use of space.
For example, that bit bit in the middle that just appears to be trees and stuff. Who'll be working in that bit exactly?
It looks photoshopped.
A lot of the stars in that picture look awfully similar to each other!
"But customers need choice, they want to be able to try products that work alongside Apple."
There are non-apple products that work alongside Genuine Apple Products?
That question reads like legalese
"How confident are you that you know what is legal and what isn’t in terms of downloading, streaming/accessing and sharing content through the internet?"
Thanks to the IWF, all illegal content is already blocked. So internet users have nothing to fear.
Blue skies on Mars?
That's a new one!
Re: "whacking the bieber"
I think I've found a new euphemism!
Unfortunately, A politician will have to suffer before they take this kind of thing seriously.
Hopefully, more than one.
The Pedofinder General has found you guilty in the court of public opinion!
It's refreshing to see journalists finally showing a bit of common sense for once.