Mine was yesterday when my SSD failed.
It was BSODing multiple times a day for the past week.
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Astrophysics experiments are mainly observations ... they build expensive, giant telescopes and send some of them expensive, giant telescopes into space to observe things and look for signs of things like black holes based on their theorectical impact on surrounding light emitted from stars and things like that. That's experiment.
Einstein is famous for "thought experiments", and those are experiments too. Then they take the theory based off of the thought experiments and test the theory against observable phenomena, like gravitational lensing during a solar eclipse, or frame dragging using satellites. So, yeah, there is experiment there too, it HAS to have an experiment to validify theory, otherwise it isn't science, it's just a guess.
And when Einstein and his buddy Poldolsky, and Rosen, IIRC were hanging out one day talking about how much b.s. quantum mechanics was they invented experiments to prove it wrong, saying, "hey QM proponents, what about this weird effect, where two particles would communicate faster than the speed of light if you set up an experiment like this ... that's just 'spooky' and shows there's no way QM is true", and then in fact experimentalists built the experiment to show that entanglement was an actual real physical phenomena. Theorists like that have to invent experiments to test their ideas, the experimentalists build them.
It equals 6830770643 in decimal which is a prime number.
It surely is not random. People who make coat of arms are serious geeks when it comes to symbolism. Everything from the unicorns to the colours used means something.
Edit: Well, maybe it means nothing ... in which case I'm sorely dissappointed.
<snip>general public cannot even see the address bar. ... </snip>
I don't buy it. Everyone knows that www.blahblahblah.com is some address, the only people that don't are people who've completely ignored everything about the internet for the past 15 years, at least. Any under the age of 20 has grown up with TV commercial after TV commercial advertising internet addresses for as long as they can remember, and knows where to put them in a browser. It's internet 101! You'd seriously have to prove it with actual research before I would ever accept that the "general public" doesn't know what an internet address is or what an address bar is. Kids today learn to type in URLs before they can write cursive or do simple arithmetic. The only people I know who I guess might not know are at least 60 years old, and that's because they haven't tried learning anything about the 'net and don't have computers. Even my grandma knew 10 years ago, and God love her heart, she wasn't too bright with technology. To dumb things down now is completely disrespecting "public" ... mailing a letter is harder to understand, and phone numbers are harder to remember than most URLs.<rant/>
Then we can't even check if URLs are correct (think phishing). The general public now grows up with this concept, it isn't complicated.
How in the world can anyone seriously think this should be changed? Search and address are two separate things. If I really wanted more "real estate" I'd go F11. Pointless change for the sake of change - or worse ... to be more like a competitor.
You also lose all your previous search text strings. This is a show stopper for me. It's so frustrating to have to retype in some long search text after you just did it and got back poor results and need to modify it. I hate combined search/address bars.