They're back and the one on the right just chased away a squirrel!
Windows Twitter PR gets angry with fake cheese RT
Docking to the space station RT https://twitter.com/SabreF86/status/1286645028735967233
NB: this only applies when the project takes a fixed amount of time/resources and you just get to choose how ambitious it is. E.g. if the time taken also scales with x, you're better off banking reliable incremental progress in as finely-grained a way as possible.
Re-use time of Falcon 9 comes below Shuttle's record for first time RT https://twitter.com/julia_bergeron/status/1286634243544752128 #space
This value of x actually corresponds to a probability of success of 1/e ~ 36.8%. In other words, in this model, most efficient technological progress is made by failing about 63% of the time.
OOF! And they were saying the 10nm delays were an anomaly [Intel's 7nm process] RT https://twitter.com/witeken/status/1286392208808185857
Physical Review paper on the CBETA accelerator RT https://twitter.com/PhysRevLett/status/1286358174161948672
Chinese Mars rover launched today RT https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1286209410130485248
Once there was an elephant,
Who tried to use the telephant—
No! No! I mean an elephone
Who tried to use the telephone—
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