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[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 5 points 5 months ago

If its a optical image satellite, it probably doesnt take much to burn on the camera if it's shutter is open.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 14 points 5 months ago

I imagine the precision needed for that is lacking in a solar mirror motor.

Small satellite that's at least 100km away

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 11 points 5 months ago

Yes but that's socialist.

And goes against my donors paycheck.

/s but many people in charge are willfully ignorant that society can be built in a way that doesn't rely on cars.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 6 points 5 months ago

Not quite, the true invariant quantity is the magnitude of the spacetime 4 vector, which depends on rest mass.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four-momentum

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 11 points 5 months ago

It actually goes further than that. In spacetime you're always going the same speed, the more in space, less in time.

At least from the special relativity perspective.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 12 points 5 months ago

That seems around what I'd expect the measurement error to be anyway

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 5 points 5 months ago

Id like to see this normalized for country size. As is, its really just a country size list, with some slight variations.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 37 points 5 months ago

It really does read like an ad, which is amusingly ironic since linux mint is free.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 40 points 5 months ago

They will be safe to eat indefinitely, but may not be palatable, depending on how it's stored.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 16 points 6 months ago

Sounds like intels optane drives

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 9 points 6 months ago

I personally disagree, Bard feels very uninspired, and copilot i associate too mich with flying, and also sounds more competent than it is.

ChatGPT is probably not the best name, but at least it's unique.

[-] Magiccupcake@startrek.website 1 points 6 months ago

The cost to benefit looks way better if you think long term. Especially with climate change on the horizon to compete with planes but emission free.

One of the major problems for upgrading lines is straitening the route, and people fight the emniment domain way harder than they do for roads.

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