@Anonymous South African Coward
It would probably require hiring more coders as well as sending them to school which would put a hit to the bottom line.
10 posts • joined 2 Aug 2015
A bit expensive admittedly. However, one that can possibly be fixed: negative results can be useful. How important is this particular mission anyway?
Given that the crust in this location is so hard, possibly a reusable and mobile drill should be utilized; the information might be of interest to early settlers on Mars if they find it extensive and prefer to build underground shelters.
The distance to Himiko wasn't stated in the article, and is apparently just another large galaxy within the z66OD protocluster. [z66OD is] "the oldest protocluster of galaxies found to date began clumping together some 13 billion years ago."
Basically the Reg article is click bait, but still demonstrates interesting science.
I'm hoping to find out what sort of punishments are handed out, and munch popcorn while the usual discourse over jail sentence time drags on. Those who create a business model of chaos as a service or utilize those businesses deserve years of porridge.
Hopefully there will be updating of this article.
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