Re: Towns again....
HMS Cockchafer, now there was a ship with a great name.
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HMS Cockchafer, now there was a ship with a great name.
It's different and it takes a bit of getting used to, but there is a logic behind the new system.
That's coming in Coffee Lake, next year.
I'm pretty sure that's not what they were doing.
In this case atoms, molecules and crystals are all different things.
And x-ray diffraction isn't great at probing atomic structure anyway.
IIRC dilithium's HOMO (highest occupied molecular orbital, no sniggering at the back) would be anti-bonding, meaning the molecule would fall apart before it's been formed
You beat me to it!
"My wife often tells me I'm artistic. Funny thing is that I hate painting."
You're definitely somewhere on the artistic spectrum.
If you're going to pull someone up on their spelling or grammar, please try to at least use punctuation.
Please don't give them ideas!
Even Newton had trouble with the number of colours in a rainbow. He could only actually see five but decided that seven was a better number.
Yesterday dozens, if not hundreds or thousands, of local storage guys had their storage go down on them. You won't have heard about it though because the individual events were too small to be newsworthy.
A journalist at the Daily Express did something similar when Richard Desmond bought the paper. It was his final piece.
It's somewhat ironic that it's the Tory GLA members who are moaning about this when it's the Tory government that's slashed police budgets.
My ironyometer is registering about 20 kilospoons right now.
According to the acclaimed documentary Rambo III the Mujihadeen (AKA the Taliban) were indeed goodies.
Not as fun as the name of the street at the centre of London's red light district prior to the Great Fire.
Yes, I know they didn't have lights then, but you know what I mean.
You're forgetting that these people don't go into business to make money for the business. They do it to make money for themselves.
"Only fools would buy them" until such time as there is no alternative. By then, it's too late.
The SI unit of irony is the kilospoon.
You wait a century for an eclipse, and then two come along at once...
That's when Intel is unveiling it's Xeon Scalable range.
Being a data fetishist and being crooked and corrupt are not mutually exclusive things.
Repeat after me: Alternative Vote is not Proportional Representation
...since it will just be a hole without a door that can be closed.
There are some people who are really good at data analysis because they've been doing since before "big data" was a thing and because the data is relevant to the questions they want to ask. Banks and supermarkets for example.
For most people however, they won't learn anything they didn't know already.
Easily done - simply coat the spoon in CoffeeMate.
Consent might be an issue...
Vicar: Do you take this man as your husband?
Isn't New Zealand also a part of Australasia?
I think Peter Griffin had it right when he said "shut up, Meg"
Even if the subs have secure IT, the policy of at times only having one loaded and at sea does mean that our deterrent has a single point of failure.
I wouldn't be at all surprised if they also buy up loyalty card information to get data on cash purchases.
MI5 have to let a few attacks through to maintain their funding and gain enhanced powers.
RAM and SSD prices have gone up because of a global shortage caused by demand outstripping supply. Everyone and their dog are currently building new factories which should mean that by the end of the year supply is again greater than demand and prices will fall after that.
Of course, if you're in the UK prices have also gone up because of the Pound's collapse against the Dollar.
My money's still on it being on a large planet in the process of breaking up.
A lot of the time we have a single Trident-carrying submarine at sea. That's a single point of failure and so can't be relied upon.
Also, Russia is big. Really big. You may think it's a long way to the chemists, but that's nothing compared to how big Russia is. So even if that single submarine did fire its nukes, it wouldn't be able to completely depopulate Russia immediately. And of course, Putin will have a fancy bunker somewhere.
So if I read it right, CSPs will not only have to provide the government with data at their own cost (as per the IPA), but will in future have to pay a levy for the privilege?
In Waymo's defence, claiming ownership over the laws of optics is no worse than a certain other company claiming ownership of rounded corners.
But when given a choice, people overwhelmIngly voted in favour of FPTP.
An electronic version of the 1930s when every morning a crowd of men would appear at the docks or wherever and the bosses would select the workers for that day.
The idea is that a bomb can cause more damage if it's pressed against the side of the cabin. If it's in the hold, the terrorist has no way of determining where the bomb ends up (unless he has an accomplice among the baggage handlers).
Also, while Dell may not have a public cloud, a lot of its partners do, running on Dell hardware.
The main factor has to be the loss of the Fujitsu business. They had pretty much bet the family farm on getting into enterprise sales when they got dumped.
Is that you, Meg?
How do they sleep at night? Between a pair of leggy blondes and with a large bowl of cocaine on the bedside table I'd imagine.
And by disruptors, I mean arseholes.
Because to get a divorce, we'd need get married beforehand. And we've not even been on a date.
These are the people who have unfettered access to your internet connection records.
Only in the US.
By not voting, you support the status quo.
If you want to protest against the establishment, then either spoil your ballot paper or vote for a candidate that's not a moron.
If no such candidate exists, stand yourself.
"Ken's Tucker Fried Chicken"
The Tories are cutting funding to museums, so even that option won't be around for much longer.
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