Maybe this has already been observed, tested, and diagnosed. I suggest you read/listen to a book "Why We Sleep" by Matthew Walker. In it he discusses the effects of blue LEDs on sleep, the lack of which causes many health issues (amongst many other things). A very interesting read/listen.
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Far-right leader walks free from court after conviction for refusing to hand his phone passcode over to police
No, people who have fixed ideals, who won't engage in discussion about them, who hurl insults and name-calling at non-believers, and when none of that works engages the "racist" principle, bit like Godwin's law for the far-left. And yes, the far-left are just as bad as the far-right, but are cleverer at disguising their movement.
Breaking virus lockdown rules, suing officials, threatening staff, raging on Twitter. Just Elon Musk things
Re: Same as the Nebraska meat packing plants
I'm thinking some people shouldn't inhale at all (and it's MEAT). Because even idiots should know by now that if the virus is on the packaging and you touch the packaging and the virus gets on your finger/hand and you rub your eye or nose or lips or mouth, then the virus....... really, I can't be bothered. Some people are not worth the effort.
It is total and utter negligence that this contractor has allowed this information to be accessed by unauthorised individuals. Visser Precision should be barred from any further contracts, and whoever is/are responsible for their computer security (depending on if it's due to denied funding or just plain incompetence) should be locked up for a very long time.
Re: Greater concern
I was going to say much the same thing, but you beat me to it. If we take the US military's statement at face value (which is, admittedly, difficult to do), the Chinese and the Russians are not going to be constrained by the same conditions. Be very afraid of what they will produce.
Researchers trick Tesla into massively breaking the speed limit by sticking a 2-inch piece of electrical tape on a sign
Facebook tells US tax bods: Swear to God, we were only worth $6.5bn in 2010 because we were menaced by... MySpace and smartphones
Astroboffins may have raged at Elon's emissions staining the sky, but all those satellites will be more boon than bother
So, Musk has "permission" to launch 12000 satellites. From whom? From an American institution. Space is not owned by America (much as they think it is), it is available to all nations. What happens if the Chinese, Russians, Indians, Iranians etc etc each want to put up 12000 of their own satellites? I'm sure their respective governments will be happy to give them "permission" to do so. It can only get worse.
Pair charged with murder, manslaughter after IBM Aspera boffin killed in New Year's Eve laptop theft struggle
HPE to Mike Lynch: You told either El Reg or High Court the right version of why former Autonomy execs won't testify
Re: For All Our Sakes
@BigSLitleP - All the current models are based on "adjusted data" - why are they afraid of using "raw" data?
Who wrote the computer modeling programs? Those who trumpet climate change did. Adjust a few lines of code here and there, and you'll get a completely different conclusion, maybe one that discredits climate change.
If you think current models are completely accurate, you are part of the problem.
Re: I believe the word all y'all are looking for is ...
@Jake, as a result of your hurriedness to be a smartarse (see what I did there? Not meaning to insult you personally, just continuing the subject), I think you were, in the first instance, incorrect. I think you'll find "dumbass" is actually the joining of two words, to make a more insulting third word. An ass is biologically dumb, so really there was no real reason to join them in the first place, other than to make a better-sounding insult. (Shades of Sir Humphrey Appleby, sorry).
What I want from a car:
I'll turn on the headlights when I want them on. And I'll turn them off when I want them off.
I'll turn on the wipers when I want them on. And I'll turn them off when I want them off.
I'll drive in the lane where I want to drive.
I'll apply the brakes when I want to brake.
And since I'll be doing all this myself, I'll be wide awake and concentrating on driving, and will continue to have an accident-free motoring life.
Soon Google will have more bit barns in Texas than you can shake a stick at: Second facility planned for Ellis County
"The WTO's Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) announced it would look at the tariffs in January after receiving a complaint from the Chinese delegation back in May 2018."
Since China doesn't abide by decisions made by international bodies (Philippines Vs China re: South China Sea, anybody?), why should anyone waste their time looking into China's complaints? Perhaps when they accept the neutral umpire's decision, and not until.
Someone's spreading an MBR-trashing copy of the Christchurch killer's 'manifesto' – and we're OK with this, maybe?
UK Ministry of Justice: Surprise! We tested out biometric tech in prisons and 'visitors' with drugs up their bums ran away
What's Farsi for 'as subtle as a nuke through a window'? Foreign diplomats in Iran hit by renewed Remexi nasty
Oi, you. Equifax. Cough up half a million quid for fumbling 15 million Brits' personal info to hackers
"...IT staff failed for months to renew a digital certificate for the device..."
Actually, it's more likely that IT staff completed the required paperwork for renewal in plenty of time, but said paperwork probably just got bogged down in accounts payable bureaucracy. A company the size of Equifax probably doesn't pay it's bills particularly frequently, and likely has many hoops to jump through to get money spent.