senior developer uses it to fix line ending, 'm bafled back to school fool call yourself a junior
12 posts • joined 10 Jul 2014
For a 3d printer you buy a real cheap PC, or an Arduino (which is a bare bone microprocessor).
Your stupid if you buy 8.1 for 3d printing. Also on the high end PC's linux does run pretty good.
The only area might be high-end gaming. But i think these days people play more simple games on android then on windows.
Space is no good
Well basically your burning 90% fuel and you do about 10% new science.
I think it would be better to do big projects here on earth.
They could push green energy for example (and even get a return in costs).
Maybe just an idea we should stop making areas of the planet live-able, which are by climate definition not live-able for large populations. I think it would be better for those areas to invest in birth control, fixing those problems at the base.
Dear custommer move to free Linux or else we fine you...
MS is getting itself into problems, the only vendor who asks money for its operating system.
People who bought it should have life time support by definition of the act of buying.
Or else they should provide free upgrades, as in fact since NT4 all versions have been upgrades, look at the kernel core, none was radical new.
Re: Interesting times
Well a dutch scientist already made the the math to explain gravity just as a side effect of what you describe. On the other side it might be possible that true empty space has a different nature (it cann't be made due to quantum fluctuations). Dough i wonder if QM is just realy the end of measuring and certainty. I rather hope for a a nice mix perhaps something with fractals endless infinite patterns and strings / membranes. As to me inflation just doesnt sound right.
this is why that happens
under zero gravity the main attractive force are electrostatic forces.
and on a massive schale even with huge stellar blasts, it doesnt matter, the moving of particles will create elctromagnetic fields, and particles in such environments atrack each.
Huge stellar blasts will only shake those fields more, and thus create more charge.
If those scientist would have taken some looks to experiments allready done in the space shuttle they would have know this.. (a few years ago)...