Re: So you're saying
Isn't Avocado the basis of that Guacamole you get in fish 'n' chip shops?
1291 posts • joined 10 Jun 2014
Stuck in a stupid time loop until a properly peer reviewed paper is published that proves or disproves the concept of a safe back door.
Actually that will not stop the idiocy. A bank's assessment of safe is somewhat different to a law and order (think of the children) politician facing re-election.
" ... condemnation of those who previously used the terms. It's not."
I just can't help the feeling that in a few years time there will be cyber pitch forks out:
They used the M word in their software! No platform them!
I hope not but one thing the Internet is good at is demonstrating the lack of thinking in some.
If you think, even for a moment, that multinational companies, or those that have that aspiration, will buy second best or over priced kit/IP etc because "Brexit" you are seriously deluded.
Brexit may be, or may not be, the most rational of political decisions but please stop saying "Brexit" like it is some absolute final argument that supports your world view.
Airports run two types of RADAR. Primary RADAR is the traditional bounce EM radiation off the metal bits and detect the reflection. Secondary RADAR (not strictly RADAR) detects a radio signal reply generated by aircraft systems. Both are useful and fill slightly different functions.
The particular advantage of secondary RADAR is that the squawk will identify the individual aircraft.
"No idea why cars built 12 years after DAB ..."
While there is more or less full coverage by FM radio it is good enough. Car manufacturers are masters at up-selling. Why forego the opportunity of offering a (expensive) DAB upgrade, fitted as standard to differentiate higher trim levels ?
At the start of the daily briefings my heart soared a little. Apparently the policy was evidence based - and we don't see that often. As the crisis progresses I think Boris may be depreciating the science because he is a politician.
Whatever else he is Boris is not thick, for all that he assumes the demeanour of the fool. Like him or loath him, he was a King's Scholar after all.
I wish him a speedy recovery.
Yes, the question is will it get turned off once the crisis is over? Just remember two events:
Income tax was introduced as a temporary measure.
Money laundering and anti-terrorist legislation was not aimed at Icelandic banks.
Temporary laws are not temporary unless there is a sunset clause that mandates the return of the bill to the Commons.
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