Steve13 : Look Up Quantum Super-Position.
Cool, but a fully working desktop QPC is still in fantasy-land. Unless ofcourse you create a national liquid-nitrogen/helium network to keep every PC at ~0Kelvin
30 posts • joined 3 Jul 2009
Mundanity is the lack of interest, boringness is the negative of interest, so we really should be using the latter.
of course, the S - Axis could invert upon crossing the threshold from matter to anti-matter ( think 1/x ), and so they have created anti-strange-hypernuclei rather than anti-boring-hypernuclei.
Right, Im off for some anti-hyper-sobriety.
Less bleeding during surgery means a surgeon can actually see what the hell hes doing, you need to get the blood out of the way - field medics are less liky to have equipment and qualified assisntants to swab and suction blood away.
As for infection , you;ve just nuked the bacteria with an effing plasma field. Can't get much more sterile than "consumed by fire".
The wound will heal because only a very thin layer of tissue is cauterised - theyre not BBQing the wound. Burns heal don't they?
Light-Saber Penknives ftw.
No system is completely secure. You plug it into other computers, its at risk, simple as.
I would trust the overall security of Windows7 over any open sauce effort anyday, just becuse no-one is trying to comprimise it doesnt make it more secure.
Until PCs as a whole are designed and build from the hardware up (including the network/internet) to be bulletproof against tampering, they will never be 100% safe from malicious parties.
Give Leon a call, Las Plagas is here, run for the hills.
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