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  1. Technically also depends on how long you spend at that pressure/depth. 600 feet(183 meters) is supposed to be survivable though have to get back to atmospheric pressure fast. Ironic problem of having too much air in you, when escaping not having enough air. Better off really waiting for the Rescue Sub in almost every case.
  2. In exiting out a submarine's escape trunk, for example, you only need to flood the trunk. Forbes had a good article about it that may be of interest. Explains everything in good detail. https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidhambling/2021/04/26/how-to-escape-from-a-submarine-stranded-on-the-sea-bed/?sh=231aa94f1227
  3. TVR Exploring? Wish I knew the answer to your question but it is interesting the stuff they find down there. Do wonder if they ever take samples off camera.
  4. I think nsurance will likely still exist, but will be handled by the rental/delivery company instead. If the overall accident rate goes down it won't be as big of a burden.
  5. Bypass devices exist for those as well. I do agree Musk rushed things in a unsafe manner. Shouldn't have been even suggested them as being self-driving until our pleasure-seeking selves could be safely out of the picture. Personal vehicle ownership is likely to go away IMO, so insurance issue will solve itself.
  6. Everything I've read suggests the mining waste would only be marginally radioactive, so I'm more concerned about the phosphate than radioactivity. We already have frequent algae bloom problems. Biscayne Bay National Park is right there too.
  7. Could possibly end up something like Venus too. With a day length about 117 times ours, it still maintains about the same temperature planet wide. I was thinking most of the ecology could be airborne, with low lying or anchored surface and underground species providing mineral resources.
  8. I think meant that their voyage was one of exploring and defining human and Federation values. Do you immediately assume hostile intent in a conflict if unable to communicate? Should you obey a law no matter the circumstances? Is noninterference always appropriate?
  9. Dog vs Cat Do love my cat but have loved having dogs in the past. Lot tougher but cats can be trained to a degree. Provided she's not otherwise engaged, she will come when called and is trained to stay in the yard. Additionally she'll help out with any pests that want to freeload.
  10. Yeah, I don't know the exact conditions he ran the test under, thought it good to provide some numbers though. Could you run a dehumidifier? Not sure what vehicles use in the way of corrosion inhibitors or other protective measures. Anyways I'm still waiting for more data on EV lifespans myself, before making the switch. Mainly concerned about the batteries. Charging has become a bit more practical at least. The waste heat we're all used to having has left us spoiled lol.
  11. Looks like commonly a mix of heat pumps and resistive heating. https://www.nissan-global.com/EN/TECHNOLOGY/OVERVIEW/heat_pump_cabin_heater.html https://electrek.co/2020/12/03/tesla-model-3-heat-pump-comparison-results/
  12. I suggest picking the programming language you're most comfortable with and then determining the type of application you want to make. A simple practical use application will tend to be easier to develop IMO. For the next part you'll want to imagine an attacker or a user randomly sending inputs; and attempt to defend against all undesirable outcomes that might result. You might want to for instance allow the user to enter a password as a security feature, but that entered information will then require input validation.
  13. I think you might have division by zero going on.
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