In order from most to least important: It works. It’s free. It’s easy to configure. What more could you ask? There’s even a config generator. Here’s the list of packages required to build on Fedora 12
Throwing cigarette butts on the ground should rank amongst the seven deadly sins. The problem is that it’s so easy to carelessly flick that tiny little butt out of a car window. Out of sight out of mind, right? Every action has a consequence; those carelessly discarded butts don’t grow roots and sprout pretty little flowers.
Conspiracy websites are currently reporting increased seismic activity in Yellowstone and suggesting that the events are related to the earthquake and tsunami that happened off the coast of Japan in early March. These testimonies are easily debunked by looking at the current and recent activity compared to historical activity. Yellowstone experiences thousands of earthquakes every single year. Most are so small that they go undetected by people without scientific instrumentation.
I was very disappointed because my time was very limited that night. I couldn’t watch it later, my only free time was at that very hour. However, I found out later it was not a connection problem on my end. Netflix was completely inaccessible to everyone in my area. And then this morning, I found this in my inbox.
We’re all exposed to limited amounts every day, but what about limited doses of radiation exposure? There have been all kinds of tests to prove low doses of a substance can have the inverse affects of higher dosages.
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Check out the Radiation Network site for all kinds of info about radiation levels, normal background radiation fluctuation, and how you can participate in the network. Check out the live streaming broadcast of a Geiger counter in Tokyo, Japan on ustream. As of this writing, the reading is 23.05 cpm, which according to the Radiation Network is easily within normal background radiation levels.