Re: Just as long as we aren't buyign $800K per-shell ammo anymore.
It's not about the cost of your target, but the cost of their target.
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It's not about the cost of your target, but the cost of their target.
The only difference between a Steam system and a Hydraulic system would be the compressibility of the medium.
Hydraulics is just as controllable as Steam, if anything, probably more so.
However the Steam would have a damping effect and subsequent lag, which may offer a benefit in this situation.
(I'm male btw)
As a parent and having watched how much effort "expressing" as it is known takes (along with many other things a new born needs) this is actually a brilliant idea (if it works).
May also give the mother a bit more dignity when expressing, as she can potentially cover up.
The main issue will be fitment, no 2 boobs are the same.
Battery life and subsequent weight will also be critical, a feeding mum's boobs are relatively heavy for obvious reasons.
Anything that frees up a mother's time to spend with her child (and sleep!) is a good idea.
It will need to be cost effective to be successful, 2 will be needed ideally.
The problem with the range extender idea are the corner cases, this is why the chevvy volt has such a large engine.
The prototypes had a small efficient petrol engine to begin with, unfortunately when the battery is very low, it is having to power the car and charge the battery at the same time.
Show it a hill and it has to stop until there is enough charge in the battery to get you up the hill.
2.1 < 2.4
Yes it will depend on the car setup, track etc.
Faraday Future, based in Gardena, California, claims the FF91 is the fastest accelerating car in the world, with 1,050HP available.
Vs a Top fuel dragster I very much doubt it.
Or even an F1 Car.
Other sites list the 0-60 time around 2.4sec, which is quick, but no where near the fastest.
Saving him from his own naivety or not, it does seem a little harsh to convict the chap with a terrorism offence. He was after all responding to western propaganda that ISIS are evil and should be fought.
Smacks a little of hypocrisy, does it not?
If the individuals or group(s) contacting him are "terrorists" or have "terrorist connections", even if he doesn't know it, that would be of interest to on going investigations.
While he himself may not be a "terrorist", denying access to the information may be classed as indirectly defending the actions of said "terrorists".
Possibly the reason for the lesser offence.
Precisely, why are schools of all places having to resort to charity for pens, pencils and paper.
"Do you want some toast?"
May bring new meaning to:
"My Sex is on Fire!"
I would love the idea of UBI everyone eats and has a roof over their head.
The problem is it could never work in a capitalist society, fundamentally the market would render the payments irrelevant within a few months.
The ventilation systems are for if there is a fire in the tunnel, the confined space causes a rapid build up of COx compounds and other nasties in the air, the ventilation attempts to clear these to allow occupants to escape.
Unless... the space time distortion is so intense that the compression on the star and subsequently the core is so intense as to cause a supernova.
But as the compression would be uneven due to the intensity of the distortion the blast would be more directional than normal and combined with a potentially smaller star than usual (i.e. less matter around the core) so appear brighter as the blast as more direction to it and less energy is absorbed due to the smaller star.
RAF pilot but based in the US.
Beardy doesn't own it any more.
.. I respect their continuation with the project.
SpaceX will probably have it's Mars rocket in orbit, before this goes into commercial operation.
And I thought they'd come up with a way to fry chips with plasma.
Where is all this energy coming from.. power stations
No, because you can produce hydrogen by many ways
The bulk of that energy is in the compression and cooling, which will be electrical in source
Hydrogen is an energy transport medium, not an energy source!
Absolutely, therefore the idea to use whatever source of energy to produce and store hydrogen, something you can do locally without having to be connected to a grid.
The main sources are either hydrocarbons or water, all requiring energy input to create the "fuel", all will need to be compressed and as result of that compression cooled, all requiring energy. I noticed you conveniently ignored that I pointed out that it is incredibly inefficient!
If it is to be off gird, where is your miraculous energy source coming from to create all this supposed magical energy solution?
Some have mostly covered this, but not quite:
Hydrogen is an energy transport medium, not an energy source! It takes roughly 35x the amount of energy to create, compress, cool, store and transport the hydrogen as you get out the other end. So as you can see it's an incredibly inefficient one.
Where is all this energy coming from.. power stations, so you think the electricity grid would suffer with batteries it would suffer much more with a hydrogen supply.
Baseload is an issue yes, but Hydrogen is not the solution.
The SR-71 and it's predecessor the A12 leaked fuel on purpose.
The Airframe was designed for operating at sustained Mach 3+, the resultant heating of the Airframe (even with Titanium) at those velocities resulted in quite an expansion of the Airframe.
So panel gaps were set such that at Mach 3+ the heating would seal the Airframe and subsequently the fuel tanks.
Negative £50-60k when you add living costs (assumes not at home).
Proxima Centauri, is a Red Dwarf, not a Red Giant.
So it's the first thing to be cut...
Actually the A10 was designed around the Gun, they designed and developed the gun and tried to find a use for it.
I think you mean broadcast system.
Different regs, in the US it was in breach of the regulations, in Europe it wasn't 'in the spirit' of the regulations.
The US regs specifically state no bypass mechanisms, the EU ones don't.
If there's a way in, you can get in.
Depends on the energy level of the neutrons.
10nm I would guess from the article
The original is and will always be a classic.
The BMW MINI is a sell out's wet dream
In classic mini circles they are not called Bini Pooper Shit without reason.
This plasma wake disrupts signals, therefore it lasted longer than anticipated, the craft didn't deploy the Chute in time, so once it reached it's desired release altitude it let go (early), the rockets were meant to fire for 30secs, but as the ship was travelling faster than expected it reached 2m early and cut the engines, BOOM!
For what is a blatant 4K-ing advert
That and a day on the moon is 28 days, 14 light/14dark.
Lower gravity = bigger medical issues.
Tomorrow's world is now the name of some religious program, guessing the beeb sold the rights to the name.
However your car is capable of doing 140Mph
In your analogy the car would ONLY be capable of XMph, due to the fact the fuel tank is a mile down the road from the car and that's as much fuel pressure the pump can handle.
Ogi, for 99% of vehicles they are still multiple controllers, typically running over a CAN bus.
Mainly due to weight, a controller is usually lighter than that massive bundle of wires and from the OEM's perspective easier to build than adding 200 miles of wiring.
The main priority after getting a vehicle to "work", is making it cheap to assemble.
Actually the cheaper vehicles see more investment in their development as a general rule of thumb.
Simply because they sell more of them, the margin is smaller, but the total profit is higher.
Prior to the current shambles the NHS was reasonably well funded and generally very effective, albeit not perfect.
From my perspective as I wasn't paying at point of use it was very effective for me.
Now roll in the Tories and their "We have no plans to modify the NHS" and proceed to perform the biggest top down reshuffle since the NHS was founded.
Removing all the political power at the top of the structure.
They also then pushed all the nurses and other essential staff to outsourcing companies, by stating that you cannot have a pay rise.
And subsequently nosed dived the economy, forcing inflation sky high (they needed the push don't you know), with "Austerity(TM)" (i.e. Take from the poor and give to the rich).
Which put additional squeeze on NHS budgets from below and above, with no more money coming in from the top and rising costs from below (private contracts and huge outsourcing wage bill).
They are attempting to do the same with Junior doctors and this so called "7-day contract".
This is all aimed at running the NHS into the ground, to justify pushing it into private hands (flogging it off cheap of course).
2.88MB in ED format
But there were also 120MB and 240MB in LS120 and LS240 formats respectively.
"damn, that could certainly be useful in the House of Commons, except the bar should be set at oh, about 3' high and should move a damn site faster...."
5' and Sharp
@Graham Marsden, Actually the first priority with a roundabout is give way to traffic already on the roundabout.
It's an independent Lock-step micro.
S'ok, give it a couple of years and all cars will be £40k+
"But, what amuses me about these cars is that they are road cars, and road cars are about safety and efficiency, not about high cornering speeds and facebending acceleration off the line (people who test their 0-60 times in public always look like complete dickheads to everyone else)."
Golf car park bragging rights...
One potential solution, but you need to add the capacitors and they are still big and heavy. Then they need to be integrated into the system, more wiring, more complexity, more weight, more cost.
A processor that may be able to run AUTOSAR.
Might not be able to do much else, but what the hell, the Manager has their AUTOSAR box checked.
"Flight 20 wasn't the first rocket to successfully reach space and return, since Jeff Bezos' New Shepard rocket managed that a month before"
Nope... SpaceShipOne did it first. (From a non-governmental perspective)
Some may argue the Space Shuttle did it first.
Bezos achieved the first Earth bound powered landing, which is a different thing.