Beauty on an epic scale
55 posts • joined 6 Aug 2012
Beauty on an epic scale
Made my day
Well, that's up to you.
I would much rather get a new <bodypart> than suffer with some disability*
I'm sure a lot of disabled people would like to have a fully functioning body.
*no disrespect to the disabled
I don't know what would be more scary - being in space or sitting atop such a contraption beforehand.
Still plenty of it despite the scare stories of a decade ago.
Yes the climate is changing, but we are still scrabbeling around to find out what drives all this.
It's to complicated to say we know it all.
Ilm worried about what will happen to the F1 rights when they come up again...
Debian Cinnamon it is then
This data is none of our business. I'm sure some slimey paper will say its 'in the public interest' but that's just the crsp they spew.
When is the probe launching?
A virtual machine.
Just for playing with, of course
This is really exciting me. I mean, when will we get another first look at a distant world?*
* probably in a decade when we send probes to some moons around Saturn or Jupiter
I'm pro nuclear, ONLY of its something like thorium which is safer than the old gen nuke plants.
I will be glad when Oldbury on the river Severn down the road shuts down as that's showing its age
I used to have a curved TV. But it curved the other way
You will find its added to the bill...
Don't forget Spirit and Oppertunity, a six month mission half of which is still going
Can't we just have a Europe where goods and services can move around and projects worked on between countries without the political burden and huge cost of the EU commission and its daft rules?
Defence woulnt be a problem as we have NATO.
Where are we in the known universe? Are we near the middle or what??
Any connection to Connect that my telly uses to watch IPTV?
I thought it was working fine. If more space is needed there is more spectrum available.
Getting the cost down for the press to talk time would be good
We need to know what is happening, but I feel we are not finding out.
As its a bit more 'sexy'
People who know a thing or two told me a few years ago that a well kitted out aircraft would take off from Staverton* airport with some local government workers onboard.
* now Gloucestershire Airport
Sold on the street corner like a common 'lady of the night'.
His one big mistake was 'selling' F1 to CVC who take a chunk of the money out of the sport.
Not sure about the currant Indy car. But the mid 90's turbos were awesome before Tony George decimated north American open wheel racing with the 'IRL'.
I hope to see them bring people back down, too :)
Yep, tried it once and briefly stopped someone from getting into his car. You could cause chaos with one of those cheap Beofang or Wuxon radios
I guess 'zoo buntu'
Its a shame that a space programme that led the way for so many years has come almost to its knees.
Could they not run a fibre connection to a small village and share the GB connection between groups of people willing to chip in?
Fibre to the cabinate type thing or even coax to bring in more customers. Lots of possibilities beyong FTTP
The stability of Debian with the beauty of Cinnomon??
...its all about the European state.
Have an up vote! (From someone who has fond memories of cattle herding on his uncles farm before he said 'fffk this' and sold up)
Have an upvote on me. Hope SpaceX shows what it can really with Dragon sooner rather than later.
...on my 10 year old laptop.
All this goes over my head!
The Vodafone smart 4 mini is quite small. I have the smart 4 turbo and its a great piece of kit for the price
I don't know about this peticular area but once you are a few hundred miles over the atlantic or pacific the only data ATC has will be from data sent by the aircraft. Over busy areas of land it's a diffrent story of corse.
I SEE LEGO!
*the* Jimmie Johnson uses a iPhone? That's a bit advanced for a NASCAR racer!
Who's bitchin about Stroud? Nice hippy place
Why a few pilots were talking about radar problems in Bristol (sector). I guess they can't use hand signals at 25,000ft!
All the information from the emergency services I used to get before they went over to Airwave I can now get via the Internet.
Who was it El Reg turned to for its high altitude to ground data system when it sent up that brave little playmonaut? Oh yeah, some not very old and clean shaven hams.
I remember steering my brothers car down the beach there at about 60 in a 30 or something zone. Half way down the beach a police 4x4 passed us doing about 80.
I'm a bit slower than I was last time I checked. I'm currently just over 31mbps down and 10 up. Here in green Gloucestershire.
What's the advantage of useing GLONASS over the American GPS? Cost?
And here I am in a town in Gloucestershire with a connection at about 59mbps!
Don't like the navigation but I have found a bathtub on a roof of a house in only 5 minutes
Young and Crippen would be turning in their graves! But seeing as they are not dead, maybe they are face palming instead?