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Apr 15 2015
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At least you get the show on Netflix there! Here in the US you need cable (or bittorrent) to watch Better Call Saul.

Apr 4 2015
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Kevlar sounds like a possible solution, no?

Mar 27 2015
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I would go further to say that math is science's *most* important tool by far. In fact, without systems of measurement and ways to manipulate them - aka math - it would be impossible to do anything beyond very basic science. Read more

Mar 26 2015
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If the hole is filled with air, the air pressure would increase the further you fall. Pressure increase = increase in temperature (at a constant volume). Also, terminal velocity decreases as the pressure & density increase. In short, you would be roasted and your carbonaceous remains would slowly fall to the center Read more

Mar 18 2015
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Ah, but there is one advantage: a laptop that has MOAR thinness. Doing away with the USB-C port could certainly save space, and isn't saving space (and making the machine thinner) the reason for doing away with all the other ports in the first place? Read more

Mar 18 2015
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I know that the best advice is that one *MUST* replace one's helmet after ANY "appreciable" impact (or whatever the wording is), so I wonder how this sort of helmet crumples in response to more minor impacts.

If it deforms more, would that mean people would replace their helmets when they should, or would more people Read more

Mar 18 2015
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I wonder if this tech would have made a difference for Schumacher? Aside from sustaining fewer Gs inside the skull on impact, would this be more forgiving of a poorly-placed GoPro mount? Read more

Mar 18 2015
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I can see why it's prohibitively expensive to install inductive charging in the roadway itself - especially in a highway - but what if inductive charging was installed along the guardrails in the right lane? You could then have a fully electric bus fleet without having to install rails or overhead cables. Read more

Mar 18 2015
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If you must have at least one port, why not find room for at least a second? If you're charging, you're already tethered to the wall by at least one cable, so you're not going anywhere without unplugging at least one attachment. If you're the kind of person who uses your laptop plugged-in most of the time, aren't Read more

Mar 18 2015
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One must admit that eventually there are significantly diminishing returns when it comes to making devices more skinny, even aside from just battery life. Read more

Mar 16 2015
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I hate to break it to you, but Apple is not at all a pioneer in the smartwatch arena. Samsung's smartwatch will be round, according to this article, so the moto 360 would be a better comparison - but wristwatches have been round for hundreds of years. Read more

Feb 12 2015
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Thanks for the link and for the info - it's much appreciated!

Feb 12 2015
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The sun is in the top 20% of stars in terms of mass in the galaxy. Compared to some giants, sure it's small, but in the grand scheme of things I'd hardly call it "small and unimpressive."

Feb 12 2015
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I have an M17x R3 , and have been thinking of upgrading the graphics card for a while now. However, it's difficult to be sure what my motherboard is compatible with upgrade-wise. For example, on that Eurocom website, they don't seem to offer any upgrades for a M17x R3. Read more