It's not a unit of measure. They're simply telling us the design still has a few bugs...
The one with the fuzzy antennae, thanks.
Intel researchers are claiming "world record" performance with their latest push in silicon photonics — or chips with friggin' laser beams. The vendor published results from a new silicon-based photodetector, which uses light pulses to make stupidly fast connections rather than more conventional (and slower) electrical …
Since the Vulture Central Weights and Measures Soviet has already provided the sheepsec (1Ssx) for measuring velocity, I think it begs the question about the velocity of a ladybug riding a photon. Let's hope the Soviet gets on this scientific inquiry of import with rapidity.
Mines the one surrounded by friggin laser beams from what I call my "Death Star".
Seriously, think about it. You've got the 1-spot (AKA "no spot"), the 3 spot, the 5 spot, the 7 spot, the 13 spot and the 22 spot... along with various others. Unfortunately, there is no clear relationship between spot enumeration and host magnitude, meaning that the ladybird unit would be even more contorted and inscrutable than Imperial measurements.
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