* Posts by Stuart21551

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Tesla fingers former Gigafactory hand as alleged blueprint-leaking sabotage mastermind

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Yoooorrrrn!

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Did you test that? No, I thought you tested it. Now customers have it and it doesn't work

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Re: Indeed on the pork ...

St Chris - the one who protects you on your journey? Hurried this guy on his!

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British clockwork radio boffin Trevor Baylis terminally winds down

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Re: I know one person the wind up radio benefited enormously

Must remember to get one before I 'check in'.

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Not one, but 20,000 black holes hiding in Milky Way's heart

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With 20,000 black holes, who needs dark energy?

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Intel outside: Apple 'prepping' non-Chipzilla Macs by 2020 (stop us if you're having deja vu)

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Inventors

do not trust intel

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UK's Dyson to vacuum up 300 staffers for its electric car division

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Re: Hell no.

P.S. I know that of which I invent.

tinyurl.com/ssinventor

Bronze for transport planning, SiIver for Health, Gold for environment.

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Re: Oil

Leeking Lectrons is Lousier!

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Re: Hell no.

Indeed.

I offered to show them the simplest, best performing EV driveline for consideration for their EV - friction, cost, weight, greatly down, packaging handling and NVH greatly up - conf., VTM.

"Thanks, but we've got our own inventions" ??????

Hope they are under no contract with guv for their £265M handout to use the best available tech. Have considered to publish my driveline the day before he announces his car so journos can ask "Where'd ya get such a 19thC driveline from, James?"

oops. NVH greatly down, too.

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Re: Dyson ain't quite wot it used-er to be

"Don't get me wrong- the blinkered Little Englanders who voted "Leave" as a "F*** you" to Westminster- so blinkered and moronic they didn't realise they were enabling the very worst of those same tossers with their protest vote- deserve to be (metaphorically) hit with the results of their stupidity like Joe Pesci was at the end of Casino."

Interesting parallel 'cross the pond -

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Monday: Intel defector touts Arm server chip. Wednesday: Intel shows off new server chips

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inventors

do not trust intel

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Dinosaurs gathered at NASA Goddard site for fatal feeding frenzy

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Re: @John Brown (no body)

I thought he said 'it would be a good idea'?

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Trans-Pacific Partnership returns, without Trump but more 'comprehensive'

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I think we plebs should have the right to pin, collectively and severally, tpp responsibilities on the pollies that sign it.

What kind of democracy allows bigbiz carte blanche to read / write etc etc but the 99.99% must remain ignorant?

fascism, aka unconstitutional

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Re: Here we go again...

Goo goo ga ga

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New Zealand joins the Space Race

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Re: It would be so easy for Australia to also have a space industry

"With the vast, uninhabited interior, isn't Oz"

But that would make Kweeland even better, with its' 'vast, uninhabited exterior'

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Re: Splash down target - Canberra

Huh! Just when we were thinking of telling the Army 'at ease' while your first husband is preggers -

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Voyager 1 fires thrusters last used in 1980 – and they worked!

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Re: it's already doing 17.46 km/hour

Luckily just missed the YR2000 bug, tho!

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Re: it's already doing 17.46 km/hour

'maybe it's going up a hill!"

Well it is actually - going up a 'gravity hill', aka, escaping from the suns gravity well.

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"last used in 1980"

wish I could remember why this gave me deja vous -

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Australia to probe Web giants' impact on news, ads, competition

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Why not look at ALL media? Esp the big boys -

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Remember the 'budget' iPhone SE? Apple plans an update – reports

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SE is now a much better phone, with iOS 11.1.1 - fingerprint recognition is much faster, and before fingerprint would not register if it was plugged in, due to stray elec. fields, I think. Now it does.

;-)

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Tesla launches electric truck it guarantees won't break for a million miles

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Re: Initial comments from a guy with a Class A.

"Only 4 wheels. Not a lot of traction when hauling 80,000 lbs at 60MPH+ ... or driving from Reno to Sacramento in the rain ... serious safety issue, probable show stopper."

Traction comes from mass, not the number of wheels -

But nevvermine, make them duals.

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Re: Tesla semi?

"As a truck driver, you're sitting on top of a high horsepower engine, constantly"

Not any more - MuskTruck motors are well behind the driver, and MUCH more efficient than ICEs - typically, 95% or more - no heating problem.

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Wow, all that unsprung -

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Beardy Branson chucks cash at His Muskiness' Hyperloop idea

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Re: Well done Branson

"anything which keeps the world talking about us cannot be a bad thing"

But the world can't stop talking about the US - & the cause is a bad thing -

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Re: Journey time...

"I'd be interested to know how many hyperloop pods they can have in flight at the same time"

Especially because being in a vacuum, there will be no gas buffer between one moving and one stopped.

Like TransRapid, HyperLoop will not survive it's first pink mist event.

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Private sub captain changes story, now says reporter died, was 'buried at sea' – torso found

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Cut the crap, Peter - you are only making it worse.

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Kid found a way to travel for free in Budapest. He filed a bug report. And was promptly arrested

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Give the kid Kalmans job.

Ethics is the first requirement.

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Dear racist Airbnb host, we've enrolled you in an Asian American studies course

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Re: Contrition

Trudeau as POTUS?

Sounds good to me ;-)

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Re: I call that a result

Yes - it is absolutely NOT 'freedom from responsibility' for what is said.

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Extreme trainspotting on Britain's highest (and windiest) railway

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"Xining-Golmud-Lhasa railway at 5,068m (16,627ft) above sea level and running 815km (506 miles)"

Foundations firmly firmed into the firmament formerly known as permafrost, IIRC -

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Alabama man gets electrocuted after sleeping with iPhone

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Re: Zombie! Help! It speaks!

Dog tag chain will be almost a direct short

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Unless El can show iPhone is in any way responsible, headline should be 'man_electrocuted_sleeping_with_extension cord'

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That 'Trump lawyers threaten teen over kitten website' yarn is Fakey Fakey McFake Fakeface

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"internationally known and famous."

sp. 'nationally known & infamous'

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King Battistelli's swish penthouse office the Euro Patent Office doesn't want you to see

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Re: Abolish patents once and for all

You are absolutely correct, patents are only for the benefit of the patent attorney industry. And a few megacorps.

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Intel's Atom C2000 chips are bricking products – and it's not just Cisco hit

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Inventors

do not trust intel

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Intel's Q4 was 'terrific' and 'record setting' says CEO as profits dip

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Inventors

Do not trust intel

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That time Brian Krzanich had dinner with Elon Musk, Marc Benioff, David Blaine and Lars from Metallica

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Dublin shopkeeper catches forecourt fouler with his pants down

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Re: Horse did it?

AKA, TMI!

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Intel pulls out hard cash to gobble virtual CPU upstart Soft Machines

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Do you have some evidence that inventors should trust intel?

I'm all ears!

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Inventors - do not trust intel

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Speaking in Tech: Intel joins ARMs race – even Chipzilla needs to Make All The Things

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Inventors - do not trust intel

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Got a genius enterprise tech idea? Tell the world about it

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Very unusual for your employer to own the rights to everything, Flywheel; usually it is only those ideas that relate to directly to your job.

"so nowt has seen the light of day"

I know where you are at.

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Re: Why?

"Remember in the USofA, it is first to file"

aka 'Second to Invent', aka 'First to Steal'.

Sounds like we live in parallel universes, Steve.

Happy to be taking all my other inventions with me.

Happy to be of no further use to the planet.

Just like the patent system - since some idiot invented patent attorneys.

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Re: If it's software

"If it's software

It's not innovative."

Not necessarily.

Ric Richardson got a half a bill for some clever 'bits'.

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Tesla autopilot driver 'was speeding' moments before death – prelim report

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Re: Bar none

However, John, side bars would have (most likely) been detected by Autopilot, and stopped the car - no impact necessary.

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A Logic Named Joe: The 1946 sci-fi short that nailed modern tech

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Re: *Remarkably* sharp prediction?

This is no 'million monkeys'.

Very prescient.

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Vostochny cosmodrome caught on Soyuz rocketcam

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Hmmm. Woomera II!

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Must listen: We've found the real Bastard Operator From Hell

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"playing the most obnoxious music over and over again"

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but a certain VLFI (Very Large Financial Institution) in HK holds the patents on that.

Getting on 20 years now.

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