Not true. I opted out the day before yesterday after confirming my 1TB of extra storage subscription would still work.
41 posts • joined 29 Oct 2009
Point of correction. ICBM warheads are certainly hypersonic vehicles and faster than any glider - circa 6-8 km per second (23 times the speed of sound).
The advantage of a glider is that it can potentially do more extreme maneuvers meaning it's difficult to shoot down.
A FOBS is just a logical reaction to missile defence - the Soviets removed theirs once the US signed missile defence treaties.
I'm actually glad about this, I've used them for a number of years and think the service is great. It's always concerned me that even tho I was relatively keen to pay there was literally no feature of premium I needed, so didn't pay. This way they're securing the companies future. All good with me. 23 quid a year is hardly going to break the bank for the value I place on their service.
What's really 'great' about this story is that robinhood is partially owned by the very hedgefund that bailed out the other hedge fund who had the worse short positions. So by Robinhood stopping buys, it could be argued that they effectively popped the bubble, meaning potential large profits for the same hedgefunds.
The system works. Yay.
"This was an aircraft that flew so high, at 60,000 feet, you could see the curvature of the Earth, and so fast that the airframe stretched, gaining between 15.24 and 25.4cm (6-10 inches) during flight thanks to the extreme pressures."
Given the difference between sea level and space is only 14psi, it was the aerodynamic heating that made the thing expand, not the pressure. See also SR71, which leaks fluids until it heats up.
Hi all, not strictly work but.....
My sisters USB hard drive where she keeps all of her photos (with no backups!) from the last umpteen years has gone tits up. She's tried all the normal bits of software (Recuva etc) but without delving into the realms of the linux boot discs etc she needs to find a firm of data recovery people. (I could but i'm not keen to cock it up and be responsible for her losing her data - given the value of it to her)
Does anyone have any suggestions of data recovery firms - i'm loathed to let her take it into PC world!
Could you have the string to the ballon cut at a predetermined point (either timed, or by pressure - bladder expands an closes a pair of scissors or something!)? Then have a 5 second delay for the ballon to shoot off by itself, and then launch?
Obviously you'd need to shape / weight the payload so that it fell in a stable way? How about an inverted cone of card with a weight in the end?
The 3 porn filter doesn't just 'think of the children' it suggests a range of 3 provided smut that you may want to view instead. Idiots.
FYI 3 are not au faux with the concept of IP address and WWW address being equivlent - you can access B3Ta using it's IP 188.8.131.52 for example
I've got a clone, it does a better job than the real thing. They're quite popular with mtbing folk, and it's always amusing to compare the footage I've got for 12 quid to the one that someone payed 80 quid for.... esp the older ones of the model reviewed, that actually only do 20fps...
They work well in good light (e.g. strapped to a snowboard boot), and badly in low light.
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