* Posts by S4qFBxkFFg

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Swedish school pumps up volume to ease toilet trauma

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Re: When I was a lad ....

"We used to have contests to see who could make the highest splash mark on the wall"

I remember my dad telling me of an acquaintance in primary school who (after holding it for a day) was capable of (and proud of) hitting the ceiling.

I never used the toilets at school - not because of embarrassing noises - but because they were vile hellholes - seldom cleaned, seldom flushed, inadequately supplied with paper, etc. etc.

(Also, if I was in charge of the school in Sweden, I'd just have the sound system permanently playing a loop of farting/splashing/grunting noises.)

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Europe to upgrade its continental GPS

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"Which phones are currently able to pick up galileo signals? And which phones actually use them?"

http://www.usegalileo.eu/EN/inner.html#data=smartphone

edit: to actually check it's working, try this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chartcross.gpstest&hl=en_GB (it uses different icons for the different constellations - mine has only ever picked up GPS and GLONASS, and once, an SBAS satellite - it allegedly picks up Beidou, but they probably don't get high enough in the sky here)

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Microsoft founder Paul Allen reveals world's biggest-ever plane

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Re: What happens if the pilots in each cockpit decide to bank in opposite directions?

"SNAP"

In a way, you aren't joking, in certain aircraft the pilot/co-pilot controls, while linked, will connect to different control surfaces (e.g. the left seat controls might be connected to the upper rudder and left elevator while the right seat's has the right elevator and lower rudder). Normally, when everything's fine, moving one set of controls moves the relevant control surfaces, and the other set of controls. If things are not fine (e.g. pilots trying to perform different manoeuvres or a dropped meal tray preventing one control column moving) the linkage is designed to break at a certain level of force, so at least some sort of control is maintained.

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The real battle of Android's future – who controls the updates

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I would not normally be defending Microsoft, but they managed (admittedly not perfectly) to update their OS despite it running on an enormous variety of hardware.

Why can't Google just act like they did?

I don't know, maybe Asus, Dell, HP, etc. actually blocked some updates behind the scenes, but my impression of what was going on in the days I was using XP was that MS released the updates when necessary and the hardware manufacturers just had to cope with it.

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Someone is sending propaganda texts to Ukrainian soldiers

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Re: Clever

I'd assume this is already being done.

If not, someone in the GRU (or whatever Russian TLA is responsible) should be getting fired.

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How to remote hijack computers using Intel's insecure chips: Just use an empty login string

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Re: AMD

Depends what you mean by "AMD based". If the motherboard chipset is Intel but the CPU is AMD then the system would be vulnerable.

Definitely rare though, a quick google suggests it was last possible before this vulnerability existed, so unless you have something like this...

https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/225839-there-can-be-only-one-new-msi-modular-motherboard-will-support-both-intel-and-amd-processors

...then you should be safe.

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China successfully launches its first robot space truck

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Re: "fast-dock tech that will reduce coupling time to just six hours."

Based on my experience*, it works as follows:

Launch spacecraft, try to launch directly into an intercepting orbit.

After several minutes realise that this is most certainly not an intercepting orbit, even if I leave it for several months.

Circularise.

Swear profusely after looking up orbital mechanics and discovering inclination changes should be performed before circularisation.

Match orbital inclination, wasting lots of fuel.

Check target location and relative orbital average speeds.

If ahead of target and travelling faster, or behind target and travelling slower, wait.

Otherwise, burn prograde to increase orbital speed to let target catch up, or burn retrograde to reduce orbital speed to catch up to target (yes, really), wait.

Grossly overshoot/undershoot, swear profusely, repeat above steps but with less difference in spacecraft/target speeds.

After many orbits and adjustment burns, approach target while travelling at approximately the same orbital velocity (i.e. pretty much same direction/speed).

Start moving slowly towards target, preferably using only RCS (if this was even remembered and set up correctly during spacecraft design/build).

Get impatient, increase speed.

Panic when realising closing speed is too high.

If lucky, overshoot, repeat last three steps. If unlucky, decide to use main engines to slow down, grossly mismatch orbital velocities, repeat last ten steps. If unluckier, expose target to close range 100% power rocket exhaust while trying to slow down, destroy/damage target, mission failed. Or, simply, collide with target, spacecraft/target damaged/destroyed, mission failed.

If exceptionally lucky, achieve holding position within tens of metres of target, negligible relative speed.

Swear profusely when realising target's docking port is on the other side.

Manoeuvre accordingly.

Set up spacecraft controls relative to docking port, target other docking port.

Try to remember all RCS translation/rotation controls, hope spacecraft CofG is where it should be.

Move slowly toward target.

Wait for ports to engage, if they're too far away, or at an angle, back off and try again.

* disclaimer - this is entirely from Kerbal Space Program.

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Boeing-backed US upstart reckons it'll be building electric airliners

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Re: Just a matter of timing

My mistake - that takes it up to about 1% of a square light year...

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Re: Just a matter of timing

"I already ordered a ream of "A-99" copier paper"

The area of an A99 sheet of paper is about one hundredth of a barn.

Given that 'A' paper sizes are rounded to the nearest mm...

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Assange™ keeps his couch as Ecuador's president wins election

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Joke

Re: Ecuadorian Embassy - 13 Reviews: **

"six fingers"

Wut? Assange is in the Yakuza now?

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Mysterious Gmail account lockouts prompt hack fears

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Re: Happened to me.

Same here, but only with one of my accounts.

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New UK laws address driverless cars insurance and liability

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Re: failed to "install software updates to the vehicle’s operating system - hmm

M7S: "...will not be in a position to review the updates and will probably default to "automatic updates""

I would be very surprised if it is even possible to disable automatic updates short of keeping the vehicle in a Faraday cage or physically removing its SIM(s) and radio(s).

Incidentally, the slashdot version of this story was amusing in that their headline stated the vehicles themselves would be held liable - I imagined punishments such as being forced to charge from a square wave supply for minor infractions, all the way up to having the OS replaced with Windows ME for actually killing someone.

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Two words, Mozilla: SPEED! NOW! Quit fiddling and get serious

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In the unlikely event that anyone who actually writes Firefox code reads this, here is what you need to do:

1. When starting, and there're some malformed files (blame extensions) in the home directory DON'T JUST SIT THERE AT 5% CPU AND 2K RAM USAGE FOR 20 MINUTES. Give me a notification saying that my cookies file / bookmarks / settings file / whatever is borked and ask me what I want to do about it.

2. While we're talking about the home directory, improve the way Firefox works when the home directory is on a remote drive (e.g. thin client). Usually there is *some* local storage that can be used on a per-session basis - for caching, working directories, etc. The only stuff I want in my home directory is what I want to persist across browser sessions.

3. Go back to traditional version numbering, you really didn't need to ditch it.

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EU whacks first nail into mobile roaming charges' coffin

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FAIL

"The fair use policies will be designed to prevent people bulk-buying SIMs where prices are low and shipping them for use in more expensive countries."

To understand what a faecocerebral statement this is, imagine if it were applied to other products:

"The fair use policies will be designed to prevent people bulk-buying books where prices are low and shipping them for use in more expensive countries."

"The fair use policies will be designed to prevent people bulk-buying tomatoes where prices are low and shipping them for use in more expensive countries."

"The fair use policies will be designed to prevent people bulk-buying buttplugs where prices are low and shipping them for use in more expensive countries."

"The fair use policies will be designed to prevent people bulk-buying oil where prices are low and shipping it for use in more expensive countries."

THIS IS HOW TRADE WORKS; A SINGLE MARKET IS MEANT TO ENCOURAGE PRICE ARBITRAGE, YOU SHIT-BRAINED CRETINS.

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HMS Queen Elizabeth is delayed, Ministry of Defence confesses

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"Do they even have any aircraft available for the bloody thing?"

Absolutely!

http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/our-organisation/the-fighting-arms/fleet-air-arm/historic-flight/historic-flight

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I'LL BE BATT: Arnie Schwarzenegger snubs gas guzzlers for electric

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Joke

@Filippo

Agreed re. range, but they must be comparing the charging time to the time it would take to reverse the diesel burning chemical reaction.

Not sure how long it takes to convert H2O + CO2 to O2 + C12H23, but I'm willing to bet it's longer than 25mins at any reasonable cost.

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Furby Rickroll demo: What fresh hell is this?

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For some reason I'm reminded of the racist tomatoes from Monkey Dust:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBKq32Fuubo

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Deadly Tesla smash probe: No recall needed, says Uncle Sam

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Re: Face it: Humans are lousy drivers

I don't want to take bad drivers off the hook, but bad design contributes significantly to accidents of that type.

Maybe we're stuck with it because people think it's customary, but just think about for a minute:

To go faster, press this pedal with your foot.

To go slower, press this other pedal with your foot.

See the problem? Two control functions that you really don't want to confuse are made to look almost as similar as it's possible to make them, and both are readily accessible to the same limb.

At least with motorbikes the throttle/brake are separate control styles (twist grip and brake levers, although unfortunately still both hand-operated).

In aircraft, brakes are incorporated into the rudder pedals, while the throttle is hand operated. I don't have the stats, but I expect it's extremely uncommon for pilots to throttle up when they meant to brake.

Safety is only achieved through a combination of good training, good practice, good design, good manufacture, good maintenance, etc. The idea is that a single failure (e.g. pressing the wrong pedal) should, if possible, be prevented from causing an accident by design (e.g. making pedals ONLY for acceleration, or ONLY for braking).

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AI and robots? Will someone think of the jobs, says HPE CEO Whitman

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Re: Do we though?

Ralph B:

Agreed. Employment (looking at the timescale of humanity's existence) may just be an aberration that lasted from the invention of agriculture until the invention of general-purpose robots.

As long as there is demand for stuff to be done by humans, there will be employment - I'm increasingly sceptical that this demand will always exist.

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Lloyds Bank customers still flogging the online dead horse

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TSB was up/down at various times this morning too.

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Netgear unveils world's easiest bug bounty

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FAIL

I have very faint hopes of any improvement to Netgear's kit raising it to the level of "OK".

Example: I bought a wifi booster (this one) recently. Two ways of setting the thing up: WPS (which my router doesn't have), or putting my email and a password into a browser interface. The second would not have been so bad (still a bit wtf though) except that the thing complained the email I gave it (which El Reg, Google, Amazon, Facebook, etc. are perfectly fine with) was an invalid email address.

If a company making network kit can't handle a slightly unconventional email address, the chances are their code inside the device is full of similar horrors - it's certainly the last product I'll buy from them.

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Elon burning to get Falcon back on the launchpad

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Re: Oxygen is not flammable

"Oxygen is not flammable--it supports the burning of other materials or compounds, but does not by itself burn."

Well, it depends on your definition - there are certainly chemicals (fluorine and some of its compounds) out there that will oxidise oxygen. Chemists may frown on calling that "burning" though.

Although these other oxidisers would probably be merrily oxidising any other available chemicals to a greater extent - like nearby fuels, structures, humans, etc. instead of getting a chance to react with the oxygen.

Interestingly, rocketry was one of the fields that had great interest in this area, before deciding it wasn't really worth the bother of working with something that will make a big hole in a concrete floor if you spill it, just for a greater specific impulse.

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EU dings Sony, Panasonic over rechargeable battery cartel

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Re: How often is Samsung going to be allowed to grass its way out of bother?

If I was making that decision, it would be quite simple.

Situation 1: Samsung does not co-operate - (attempt to) fine them all, receive €X.

Situation 2: Samsung co-operates and provides useful evidence - fine everyone else, receive €Y.

If Y>X, then encourage co-operation.

Remember, with a lack of evidence X may well be zero.

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UK.gov has outsourced tech policy to Ofcom because it is clueless – SNP techie

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Not downvoting - just curious - why do you think the Reg shouldn't be quoting politicians from the SNP? They're the third largest party in the Commons (specifically, 8% of MPs, with more MPs than all the smaller parties + independents put together).

If journalists want to praise the SNP's people and policies, or denounce them as batshit insane, then they should do so, but refusing to acknowledge their existence would just be odd.

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Guessing valid credit card numbers in six seconds? Priceless

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SUBS! (or failing that, turn on the spelling checker)

"...partial breach records oof personal information..."

"...Top 400 online merchant sites accroding to findings in the paper..."

"Fraud of this sort us increasingly uncommon..."

"...seeking credit cards to abuse illegaly would..."

Can anyone find any more?

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European Council agrees to remove geoblocking

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If the EU wish for the UK (or England+Wales - who knows?) to be the last country they lose, they must sort this (and plenty of other things) out so that people can tangibly benefit from their country remaining.

Make single market mean single market, with no exceptions. (Words like "reasonable" and "practicable" provide far too much wiggle-room when the lawyers get involved.)

If you want to buy your electricity from a French company, cable TV from Croatia, internet from Finland, Insurance from Austria, mobile data from Estonia, and bank with Germany, then why not?

Any media that are available in the EU, should be available in all the EU, on common terms.

Throw the book, and its translations into all EU languages, at any company that resists.

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Small ISPs 'probably' won't receive data retention order following IP Bill

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"However, ISPs have pointed out that the current wording of the bill does not explicitly state that all costs would be recovered - instead it mentions “appropriate costs” which could be open to interpretation. For a small provider, that would not necessarily include the man hours spent having to update its network."

This, at least, can probably be got around - if ISP A is required to do some task to comply with the law, it can simply outsource it to IT company B and present the invoice to Mr. Plod. It does of course leave the taxpayers shafted, as the ISP has no incentive to seek the best value option (which could well have been doing it in-house!).

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2016. AI boffins picked a hell of a year to train a neural net by making it watch the news

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Re: Obligatory HAL reference

"This is something which was used by the Nazis in WW2. A deaf lip reader will immediately notice if someone is non-native speaker even if his language and pronunciation is so fluent that nobody notices while listening to him."

Given that the Nazis sterilised deaf adults merely for being deaf and murdered deaf children merely for being deaf (with the cooperation of some deaf schools), this sounds remarkable; do you have a source?

(A brief google turned up this: http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=91238 )

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Helping autonomous vehicles and humans share the road

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"To handle these relative preferences, we could equip people with beacons on their cellphones to signal nearby cats that they are a certain type of person (child, elderly, pedestrian, cyclist). Then programmers could instruct their autonomous systems to make decisions based on priorities from surveys or experiments like the Moral Machine."

brb, buying a backpack and 100 "My First Cellphone!"s.

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Elon Musk wants to launch 4,000 satellites and smother globe with net connectivity

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"SpaceX has yet to achieve anything notable that hasn’t already been done by state-backed spaaace agencies."

rogermooreeyebrow.jpg

They are recovering booster stages (dry),with enough successes to rule out luck.

This is re-usability without space shuttle levels of non-payload mass.

That's not notable?

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UK warships to have less firepower than 19th century equivalents as missiles withdrawn

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Headmaster

"Douglas Chapman MP of the Scottish Nationalist Party, who sits on the Defence Select Committee..."

Compared to his previous on Twitter, I commend Mr. Corfield's progress towards getting the party name correct, but he's not quite there yet.

Note the absence of the "ist": http://www.snp.org/

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Security bods find Android phoning home. Home being China

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Re: So...

These things vary by device, also check:

/system/app/

/system/priv-app/

Look for things like "FWUpgrade" and "FWUpgradeProvider".

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British defence minister refuses to rule out F-35A purchase

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It would certainly use a lot of fuel, but afaik the hover time was mainly limited by the amount of water carried. (It may seem bizarre, but injecting water into a jet engine actually increases the thrust.)

Apparently it cools the engine enough to allow it to run at higher power settings, but an engineer I spoke to said the reduction in density (water vapour is much less dense than air) was more important.

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"Because they don't operate that way. If you want to prove me wrong please identify the countries that operate aircraft carriers that can handle cargo planes and tankers, along with the names of the ships themselves."

Not the commentard you replied to, but the USN appear to manage with an E2 derived transport (called the C2) for cargo. I presume it works for all their Nimitz carriers, maybe the smaller ones, and apparently they also loaned it to the French for the Charles de Gaulle.

Tankers are another matter...

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A British phone you're not embarrassed to carry? You heard that right

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Re: Cyanogen OS

What's to stop them just using CyanogenMod instead of Cyanogen OS?

First thing I did when I bought the original Swift was replace the latter with the former after discovering a rooted Cyanogen OS won't accept OTA updates.

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‘Alan Turing law’ to give posthumous pardons to 59,000 men for 'gross indecency'

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Re: So in a future distopean world

So in a future distopean world

if kiddie fondling was legalised, Sir Jimmy would be pardoned? It's a dangerous road to go down.

...

On the things-to-worry-about scale, these two aren't exactly comparable.

It's a bit like criticising Mohamed Atta for failing to file a flight plan.

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No, Russia is not tapping into Syria's undersea internet cables

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Metre-Thick Shielding

That's one cable I wouldn't want to lay.

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Location boffins demo satellite-free navigation

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Re: "AM/FM radio"

@ druck, JeffyPoooh

Absolutely - what you're saying is right - to clarify, I certainly wasn't trying to suggest MW/LW signals can be used as a GPS replacement suitable for road vehicle navigation, just that they could provide useful information, especially if combined with input from other sources.

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Re: "AM/FM radio"

Not necessarily true, about 5-6 years ago I was in a light aircraft and the instructor demonstrated the frowned-upon practice of putting an AM radio frequency into the ADF (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_direction_finder#Automatic_direction_finder_.28ADF.29) - the needle duly swung to point in the direction of the transmitter. The one he used was 1215 kHz (247m), but he said it also worked on 252 kHz (1190m).

Take readings from two stations/beacons and you have a position fix; the only problem is the equipment size (and keeping it upright).

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Queen Lizzie awarded good behaviour medal

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Go

"precipitate a constitutional crisis"

Excellent things, constitutional crises - they make for amusing new articles as the hacks get flustered over things that will affect them little, and their readers even less. Also, it keeps MPs and Lords busy instead of them trying to fill their time by passing unwanted and unnecessary legislation.

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UK will build new nuclear bomb subs, says Defence Secretary

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Re: A ploy to retake Scotland?

"This is a spectacularly expensive stunt just to wind Corbyn up. They must be more worried about him than anyone admits!

But what if it backfires and ends up making him look like a statesman? Aha, got it! This is aimed at Scotland. Antagonise them sufficiently and maybe enough of them will vote Corbyn to weaken the SNP!"

There have certainly been worse ideas by those trying to weaken the SNP, but that isn't saying much. Corbyn might have sound anti-nuclear-weapon principles, but the same can hardly be said of the parliamentary/union bits of Labour Party - any Scot who is thinking of using their vote primarily to get rid of nuclear weapons, and is vaguely familiar with Labour/SNP policies, will probably never choose Labour.

(Although, it's an open question as to what actually would improve Labour's fortunes in Scotland - it's not even clear that with 1 (out of 59) Westminster MP and 23 (out of 129) MSPs they've hit bottom yet.)

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US Marine Corps to fly F-35s from HMS Queen Lizzie as UK won't have enough jets

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Re: US Marine Corps will be flying F-35Bs

"I was thinking along similar lines: Who decides the missions and what if there's a difference of opinion? Exactly *who* will be in command?

RN Captain - We've been ordered to bomb XYZ

USMC Commander - Sorry, the President says we're not going to do that"

It's possible there is a document, kept in a filing cabinet in the Captain's cabin, that lists what happens in such a situation (maybe we'll even be able to read it several decades after it ceases to be relevant).

However, the general idea is probably that the various parties involved hope such a situation doesn't actually occur. In reality, if the UK/USA went to war, any seconded personnel would find themselves allocated different cabins, with nice strong doors that have the locks on the other side. If it was merely a disagreement about bombing a third party, I suspect it's up to the ranking officer.

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Typo made Air Asia X flight land at Melbourne instead of Malaysia

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Re: <sighs>

"And what happens when the manual data is correct but the GPS output (for whatever reason) is wrong?"

If GPS is required, don't take off, call maintenance.

Otherwise (or if already flying) turn the GPS off (or pull its breaker) and continue as normal using INS/VOR/DME/ADF.

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SpaceX blast kills Zuck's sat

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Trollface

Re: This was NOT the recycled first stage, that's due to go up next month.

Well Spacecom, that's what you get for using rockets that haven't been flight tested.

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Robot cars probably won't happen, sniffs US transport chief

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Re: I'm not sure I understand

I am inferring he is implying that while courts may excuse a driver trying to save their own life by making a snap decision that kills others, higher standards can be applied to software engineers and lawyers making considered decisions in a comfortable office.

I predict that self-driving cars will prioritise the safety of their occupants - they are the ones explicitly or implicitly volunteering to trust their safety to the vehicle, so would probably deserve a higher standard of care. Pedestrians already accept that they run a (small) risk of dying because of drunk/crazy/unconscious drivers.

There will of course be many incidents that enrich the lawyers - probably a price worth paying for the overall reduction in road deaths.

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BBC vans are coming for you

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Re: I hate the word 'loophole' used extensively by the media to describe this.

"Far better to be upfront, pro-active in writing/dealing with TV-licensing, you get nowhere just ignoring them. That's just my experience from having to deal with them every couple of years, just to confirm nothing has changed (or in this case where it has)."

That sounds like you have been quite unfortunate.

When I got my own household (~7 years ago) I decided I didn't need a TV - I didn't watch it that much, and iplayer was available on the computer for the few things I wanted to see.

So, within a few days a licence fee request arrives - I didn't open it as it was addressed to someone else, just wrote "RTS - no longer at this address" and put it in a letterbox.

From then on, every few weeks, I got various reminders/demands/threats sent to "The Legal Occupier" which when read carefully were just waffle - full of "may"s "could"s etc. - they are filed in the recycling bin.

Only once someone actually came round - the exchange went like this:

"I'm from TV licensing, do you..."

"I don't need one."

"Do you have a television?"

"I don't need one." (Closes window.)

Any attempt to make their lives easier makes yours more difficult - unless they can prove you require a licence and don't have one, they can't really do anything.

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Julian AssangeTM to meet investigators in London

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Re: British Soil

This would have the same practical effect as (and would probably be seen as equivalent to) him speedily exiting the embassy's street door with the ambassador's heel print on his buttocks.

It's probably not the image the Ecuadoreans want to go for.

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Does this count?

Nobody except Julian Assange and the alleged victims know whether he did it or not.

However, there are parts of the whole affair which at least suggest some serious shonkiness/shenanigans on the part of the Swedish authorities in building this case:

It was stated that the second alleged victim only complained after discovering he had sex with the first alleged victim - this of course doesn't mean she's lying, but is something that would gladden the heart of his defence lawyer if it ever gets that far.

The Swedish prosecutor originally decided that the case was not worth pursuing and let him go (resulting in him ending up in the UK) - but was then overruled by a superior. Again, this could be a valid move but it's where I started thinking something stank.

(2 minutes with Google finds all this, I didn't link the news stories because they explicitly name the women involved, which El Reg might not permit in the comments.)

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Pokemon GO-ZILLA: Safety fears after monsters appear in Fukushima danger zone

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Go

"The game should therefore officially adopt this more 'authentic' method of catching Pokemon as a safety feature. Attach string to the phone so it can be retrieved, allowing it to go somewhere too dangerous for the owner."

With a Sonim (or equivalent), this could actually work...

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Boris Johnson 'NIGHTMARE'

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The trouble with that line of reasoning is that it doesn't account for those who are quite happy to piss in, and out of, the tent while inside said tent.

Time will tell whether Boris is malicious or just (metaphorically) incontinent.

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