Excellent. I love that he got free admission to see the new film.
Here's a simulation of the process:
I assume you're joking, but in case you aren't: Mach 6.47 << c
The radar antennae are very directional. As long as you weren't standing in the radar's field of view, you would be fine.
My favorite part:
I'm currently about 300 pages into Infinite Jest. I think the plot is finally ramping up.
Is there any plan to add tags back to the home page display? With the new format, it is harder to identify regular features (Traffic Jams, NCOCP, The Morning Shift).
For the curious: RSL stands for Recurring Slope Lineae.
I wish. I've had two posts shared and am still in the gray.
This is only a guess, but it looks like it is turning, so I'd say it is probably pivoting around the wheels closest to the inside of the turn. The outer wheels would spin more freely and make less of a mess.
The mechanical engineers that I work with deal with specifics more so than I do as a systems engineer (we are all completely computer based). A mechanical engineer analyzes the results a given test, whereas a systems engineer configures the test environment. I deal a lot with hardware-software interfaces.
I have a B.S. in physics. I work as a systems engineer for a DoD contractor.
I like the pulsing cloud systems above the South American and African rain forests.
I've seen more Ford GTs in Mississippi than electric cars.
This reminds me of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, that high school club where jocks would take a break from being asshats to go pray in a big huddle in the gym.
Nedry stood to make about $1.5 million from the sale of the embryos. You aren't going to get the cage and the embryos for $100k.
The Aaron's livery was suggested by user For Sweden as a play on Tesla's rent-to-own sales strategy.
Tesla can currently perform a battery swap in about 90 seconds, if I remember correctly. It seems feasible that that number could be brought down to under 30 seconds with a bit of work.