It's more than just the platform. The Triton has a completely different set of sensors that are tailored to the maritime environment. »
"High-powered assault rifles"
What makes them high powered? Better yet what would you consider to be "average-powered"?
"That's basically a tank" and "Bearcats are also a lot like tanks"
Let's ease up on the hyperbole. Some folks that read your articles take them at face value. Your statements imply these things are… »
Pipe down clown. It has nothing to do with iOS, Apple, or Starbucks. It's a trend in mobile phones.
Find out where people are, what they like (starbucks), and target them for something (forcibly or otherwise, see your new U2 album). You don't have to pay a dime for Apple to make money off of this. Don't confuse… »
Does it not bother anyone that a company that identifies itself as leaders in product design charges you a significant sum of money for an investment that you must instantly put into a case that covers up the product's design?! »
The Kyocera has a built in bumper case. You can't pull off a sapphire screen on an ultra slim phone without sacrificing durability. »
Natural gas precipitates in water at sea level, doesn't it? LNG only stays L at significant pressure and low temps. »
I picture an active table. Where multiple users use their phones as the UI to the table. Like the fancy touch screen tables. »
Ahhh yes! Let's not maintain and continue to modernize the nuclear weapons in the hopes that our adversaries won't either. Welp, looks like that logic didn't work. It's a well known fact that POTUS wants a nuclear free world. The bad part is he was willing to risk national security on a hail mary in hopes of achieving… »
You must not be that familiar with the conventions or ballistics. Military ammo needs to be capable of penetrating body armor. It can't do that if it's tumbling. That's not even diving into the fact that tumble damage to soft tissue is by definition 'maiming' a target. »
Why is China interested in these? The MQ-1 is a terrorist hunter. Is China looking to throw its hat into the anti-terrorism game? It's not like they're very useful against conventional forces. »
Somewhat related question I'm hoping some could answer. I've read various conflicting claims as to what is the source of the majority of the earth's oxygen is. Including:
- Algae in the oceans
- and Evergreen trees »