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  1. Yes, something like wordpress though naturally you should search for a website builder or template that has what you are looking for. By the last sentence I mean that you can replicate how a site looks in the browser. What matters is that the code is mostly your own work or code you've obtained legitimately. Good that you're not planning to copy pictures. The main problem with simply copying code is that it may not behave the same. Better to only copy what you need and then know for certain how your website will behave.
  2. Strictly speaking, yes. It is copyrighted but pretty rare a case is made over reuse. What normally gets people into trouble/caught is hotlinking(linking to someone else's files) and stealing images, however. I'd recommend using one of the free website builder(or similar tools) that exist instead if you can. It is perfectly legal to replicate the appearance of a site you're interested in.
  3. That looks off but if you choose something like 6 to base 2 Division Quotient Remainder 6/2 3 0 3/2 1 1 1/2 0 1 Reassembling the remainders from bottom to top, you get 1 1 0 so One-One-Zero in base-2 or 1102 = 610 Bases come into play with logarithms in calculus. ie. log base-b, with the typical base you'll use being an unspoken 10. log10(100) = 2 Indeed. I still wonder if we'll ever switch from predominantly using base-10 again. Interesting to consider.
  4. 5 in base ten. Always assume base ten until told otherwise or if it is obvious in context(dealing with base-16 hexadecimal codes with letters as numerals for example). This is only alongside numbers, but you would normally use subscript to identify the base being used(if it needs to be made obvious). The number indicating the base, should itself be in base ten to avoid confusion. ie. 5 in base ten = 510 An old joke goes that there are 10 kinds of people in this world, those that understand binary and those that don't. The joke being that 'one-zero' in binary or 102, actually means just two in base ten. You already understand counting in different bases, you just have to adjust your thought process slightly to see that. If I say 90 minutes from 3 AM, your brain will automatically add the two correctly and give you the correct time, without you even noticing it.
  5. ^This. For lower values, I'll also normally say the individual digits to make differentiating easier. ie. One(1), One-Zero(2), One-One(3), One-Zero-Zero(4), One-Zero-One(5) You assume base 10 unless otherwise indicated. For x^2 that '2' just indicates that you are multiplying it by itself that many times. x^2 = x multiplied by x twice = x raised to the power of 2 = x squared Time is a mixed base system based on the bases 12 and 60(12*5). Originally based on counting each of the 12 colored areas above and everytime you reach twelve lowering one finger of the other hand.
  6. @curiousone You are still confusing powers and bases. The base only relates to how some value is being represented. Counting five of something Base 2: 1, 10, 11, 100, 101 Base 3: 1, 2, 10, 11, 12 Base 4: 1, 2, 3, 10, 11 Base 5: 1, 2, 3, 4, 10 Base 10: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
  7. We've used a variety of bases as a species historically. Base 20, base 8, base 12. Just depended how people wanted to count on their fingers and toes. Newton would have been familiar with the concept. Logarithms are used in the change-of-base formula. Not strictly necessary to figure it out though. You could always just count or work it out in your head. Computers do math the same as you and I might. Newton probably used an Abacus though(which more or less involve some of that converting themselves).
  8. A program producing original content based on existing content. AI Dungeon(on-the-fly adventure generator)is a good way to see this in action have fun with it. https://aidungeon.io/play-ai-dungeon/ Going to be real crazy as coherency improves and video becomes more practical.
  9. You need to explain better. It is impossible to reach lightspeed.
  10. Parthenogenesis can occur, but to my knowledge it is still very atypical in chickens. Most would fail to develop. For some species however parthenogenesis is the only way they reproduce. Note that this is different from cloning where the existing genetic material is removed with new genetic material inserted. In your second case, likely only the code that eventually leads to the smell receptors is being modified. If some smell is repulsive to the offspring they will naturally flee.
  11. I'm thinking new faces alone would help reset UK's international relations, even if they are otherwise unremarkable. Hoping Boris ends up as their next sacrificial PM when things go sideways and Priti goes with. Imagine Boris vs anyone else asking for Biden's help on something like undoing the Scotch tariff, for example.
  12. She scares me worse than anyone else. She seriously wanted to send British warships into French ports to drop off unknown individuals. Hopefully she joins Boris and Trump on the train out of office in January.
  13. Yeah that sounds like it should work , noting you'd want to make sure the smoke from regenerating the activated carbon goes outside. Are there any laws that could be enforced regarding the burning of trash?
  14. Yeah, he's been kicking butt. Definitely what the country needs and the world wants to see right now.
  15. Would personally favor establishing a new official Microstate category(they can vote to become), still with representation, unless interested in joining with other Pacific Territories. D.C. would be similarly problematic as a State with its own unique issues.
  16. Only thing is they have to use sugar to make cellulose. Has to be some kind of tradeoff going on.
  17. Think I've just lived too long seeing the problems territory status causes for everyone. With representation they could receive the effective investment they need and more broadly better recognition for Latin Americans in general. Whole of the Caribbean could be turned into a major growth region on our doorstep with only a smidge of effort. ...and yeah American Samoa is another one... I shake my head at the insanity of what amounts to decades long inaction.
  18. I remain hopeful Republicans might someday realize many Puerto Ricans are socially conservative. Would love if we could end up having no Territories in the whole country.
  19. Overshadowed by the election, but Puerto Rico voted to hold a Statehood Referendum. https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/524590-puerto-rico-votes-in-favor-of-us-statehood Ways to go naturally, but bit of additional positive news.
  20. I don't know of any lighting used in industrial vinegar production. Might still make for some interesting experiments if you want to give it a shot.
  21. Normally they would detect the signal of the transponder or RFID and then do a lookup in the database and bill the correct person. The ones I know of have camera backup taking pictures of license plates. They can then compare plates to those already registered to see if the transponder has failed and then bill appropriately.
  22. The mother is mostly cellulose and UV radiation seems to increase cellulose production. Wouldn't necessarily be good for the bacteria themselves though. From what I've read, companies normally increase oxygen availability to improve production rates.
  23. The piece I have was twenty dollars, but could probably find it cheaper buying in bulk and use less of it. Not sure what I can achieve in the way of temperatures, but I'll give that a try for a piece. I'd say brittle. Really noticeable where it has been cut or is tearing. Half wondering if it can be shattered.
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