You can soldier on with an S5, but with an S7 you could solder on ...
28 posts • joined 17 Jun 2009
I respect the poster's point of view, but please consider the danger. There's going to be an ignition in the chamber and a rapid increase in pressure. If said pressure is greater than the gauge is rated for there's a risk of the gauge disintegrating explosively. That could cause injury to operators.
Luis is right.
The LHC really is a weapon. It was built by the Swiss to prevent the French from invading.
But the French think they themselves built it to prevent the Swiss from invading France.
It's situated on the border so that both nations get the defense benefit.
One false move and it's Mutually Assured Custardification!
One user rang the helpdesk to complain that there was a smell of bacon coming from under her desk. Baffled, I went down to have a look, but by the time I got there the smell had gone. The answer was never found, but the real mystery was why a smell of bacon prompted her to call technical support. Surely catering should have been first on the case?
In another company, a user rang comlaining that she had to change her password every month. She'd worked there almost a year, and she'd "run out of words."