You know what happens when you assert--you make an ass out of the emergency response team. |< <? > > . The joke arises when Ponytail, the cosmologist, uses the much less precise approximation of pi (π) equal to 1. Ponytail offering to use 10 instead of 1 alludes to Fermi approximations, as shown in Paint the Earth. Numbers are.
It is specified in the comic that we assume an attack against a weak remote web service though. --18.104.22.168 13:10, 16 September 2016 (UTC) You still have to vary the words with a bit of capitalization, punctuation and numbers a bit, or hackers can just run a dictionary attack against your string of four words Explain xkcd: It's 'cause you're dumb. Jump to: navigation, search |< < Prev; Comic #2363 (September 23, 2020) Next > >| Maybe, not being a parent myself, my instincts also led me to assume that an older person would still sympathize and support a young person in search of totally rad transportation, rather than shooting them down like her mother before her :P So the assumption that we. xkcd, sometimes styled XKCD, is a webcomic created in 2005 by American author Randall Munroe. The comic's tagline describes it as A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. Munroe states on the comic's website that the name of the comic is not an initialism, but just a word with no phonetic pronunciation.. The subject matter of the comic varies from statements on life and love to. This week: Excerpts from What If articles written in a world which, thankfully, is not the one we live in: and most SCUBA equipment functions relatively well when immersed in human blood. However, since the density of blood (1.06 kg/L) is much higher than fresh water (1.00 kg/L) and slightly. Browse new releases, best sellers or classics & Find your next favourite boo
a great extension but could be improved > custom words I add with the blue + do not get replaced. I've saved, the website I'm using it on is not in my blacklisted bar, tried shutting down chrome and restarting, etc. nope.The ones that came with the extension worked fine though > has a bad relarionship with apostrophes. ex: If I want to change trump's wife to the supreme shitlord's minion. Assume r' refers to the radius of Earth Prime, and r'' means radius in inches. |< <? > >
If I assume a square world, then I would need to make (3586 m)/(17.8 m) = 201 rows. This would put the total linear length at 201*3856 m = 720 km. Of course, this also assumes that I would start. I could imagine an xkcd that describes a process like: use Emacs to hand-edit a LaTeX document, save that to a floppy, pony-express the floppy to someone who imports the document, auto-converts it to a Word97 doc file (Mac format) who then UUCPs the file to an old Sun O2 box at another site where it gets auto converted to .pdf (not by a cron script or anything, it just happens overnight. There's no group chat member more enigmatic than the cool person who you all assume has the chat on mute, but who then instantly chimes in with no delay the moment something relevant to them is mentioned
The text ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US with a lengthy footnote explaining that I got this tattoo in 2020 and not, as you may assume, 2001, but offering no further clarification The UK doesn't have a president and the US president is the first one I would assume he was referring to. After that maybe just all presidents/prime ministers in general. Continue this thread level 2. 1 point · 2 years ago. This is such a good quote. level 1. 26 points · 2 years ago. The problem with this is, they do have their shit together. The power wealth gap is increasing, to their. 1549: XKCD Phone 3 1548: 90s Kid 1545: Strengths and Weaknesses 1542: Scheduling Conflict 1541: Voice 1535: Words for Pets 1527: Humans 1526: Placebo Blocker 1524: Dimensions 1523: Microdrones 1522: Astronomy 1520: Degree-Off 1519: Venus 1518: Typical Morning Routine 1511: Spice Girl 1497: New Products 1477: Star Wars Time (Scene 2 - Part 2) Time (Scene 2 - Part 3) Time (Scene 2 - Part 4) Time. I'd assume that any police computer system used to look up number plates will also provide all likely variations of the search. So really for this plate to be effective you'd need a large number of cars to have them, ideally of similar models/colors. level 2. 24 points · 7 years ago. They don't, most police computers look for exact matches. Google they ain't. A dispatcher would likely be able.
Lets assume the attacker knows beforehand that the password consists of 4 words found in a standard dictionary. Which consists of about 170000 words. That leads to 835 quintillion possible combinations. 8.35 x 10 22. Or about 2 69. It would be slower to guess dictionary words than it would be to just cycle through character combinations It's pretty safe to assume that the majority of the passwords will follow the few most common password formats so why not try those first. And after that you may just give up on the rest of them or move on to more exotic password formats if you really want to. level 2. 265 points · 8 years ago. Note that this means that the attacker already knows that the password consists of four common. Not all of the SAT is multiple-choice, so let's focus on the multiple choice questions to keep things simple. We'll assume everyone gets the essay questions and fill-in-the-number sections correct. There are 44 multiple-choice questions in the math (quantitative) section, 67 in the critical reading (qualitative) section, and 47 in the newfangled writing section. Each question has five. Assume you use a 1000-word vocabulary for the XKCD-style passwords - that's only 1000^4 passwords, or 10 x the magic 100 billion number mentioned above. Reply shdwmage says
Obligatory xkcd. Report comment. Reply. weirdwhit says: October 14, 2020 at 2:42 pm Back home it was called grasscar . Report comment. Reply. Queeg says: October 14, 2020 at 6:51 pm The 12 hours. You know what happens when you assert--you make an ass out of the emergency response team There are so many well-meaning conservatives around here who just assume global warming is only presented as a moral issue for political reasons xkcd seems to suggest that the entropy is tied to the number of characters in the secret. However, previously set standards I also wanted to assume all passwords were going to be in lowercase. OkCupid is a US-based company, and everyone in the office speaks English, so I assumed an English lexicon for this attack. But there are a lot of words in the English language, and that would make. I'm going to assume you're facing toward the Sun. In general, you should avoid looking directly at the Sun, but it's hard to avoid when it takes up a full 180 degrees of your view. In that nanosecond, about a microjoule of energy would enter your eye. A microjoule of light is not a lot
Edited to provide more relevant xkcd. Continue this thread level 1. Virginia Cavaliers • Ohio State Buckeyes. 18 points · 7 months ago. We lost to the team that lost in the title game, so I'm gonna assume we made the Final Four! level 2. Wisconsin Badgers • Northwester 11 points · 7 months ago. It seems you and whoever won FSU/Kansas both got replaced by Gonzaga somehow so I'm going. Fortran IV writes Randall Munroe's xkcd webcomic has done some odd things before, but #1190, 'Time,' is something special. It's a time-lapse movie of two people building a sandcastle that's been updating just once an hour (twice an hour in the beginning) for well over a month (since March 25th), and after over a thousand frames shows no sign of ending; in a few days the number of frames will. We can assume this is just a dramatic exaggeration for the purpose of comedy, some artistic liberty to deliver a punchline, but that doesn't make the definition correct. By XKCD definition. Before the 1970s, it was common for science fiction to assume small asteroids would be round, like planets.  Not always; plenty of people had a good idea of what they would look like. And there were stranger ideas... The Little Prince took this a step further, imagining an asteroid as a tiny planet with gravity, air, and a rose. There's no point in trying to critique the science here.
But we want to avoid the issue that XKCD points out of just slapping on a line that looks cool. We need to know if it's more accurate or not. In our next post, we'll give you the tools to assess statistical significance and accuracy all using Tableau's built-in predictive analytics tools. Estimating an unknown value or performing what-if analysis. In other words, if we change Metric 1 by. His average speed was 98 mph, and while it's safe to assume he probably averaged less than this across the eastern half of his journey, if you managed to keep up his 98 mph average across your trip, you could make it from Chicago to Hackensack in 8 hours. Airplanes are a lot faster. An airliner can cover the distance in an hour and a half, and the Concorde—back when it was still flying.
Official xkcd meetups happen every Saturday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.(*) at that day's normal geohash coordinates. It is considered a Saturday meetup if you are there at 4:00 p.m. or if you meet people, but you are most likely to encounter other readers of xkcd if you go at the designated time. Bring games! You're encouraged to geohash on any day of the week that the coordinates are accessible. People who subscribe to this interpretation tend to assume the people who disagree with them think airplanes are powered by their wheels. 3. Thanks to creature of #xkcd for first sending me a copy. Notice: Whoever's been sending me periodic text messages, formatted like official VP announcements, telling me that Obama has selected Summer Glau as his running mate, please stop. You get my. Note: This post assumes that the reader is familiar with Go syntax and terminologies and is somewhere between a beginner and an intermediate. Let's first run the application and see it in action-$ go-grab-xkcd --help Usage of go-grab-xkcd: -n int Comic number to fetch (default latest)-o string Print output in format: text/json (default text)-s Save image to current directory -t int Client.
For clarity I assume Deb was talking about nuclear imaging like SPECT or PET (positron immersion tomography) where they inject you with a radioactive martial and detect the radiation leaving the body. @ Tiago Freire Mobile phones and wifi use non-ionising radiation, to be ionising radiation it needs enough energy to ionise an atom in air, which infers to having enough energy to break the. Text and/or other creative content from this version of xkcd What If was copied or moved into Xkcd with this edit on May 30, 2015. The former page's history now serves to provide attribution for that content in the latter page, and it must not be deleted so long as the latter page exists. This article is of interest to the following WikiProjects You assume that's the car's reasoning, as opposed it thinking that in this instant that some random obstacle is too close and therefore don't do that thing that it would have done otherwise. A human's thinking would be that hmm I've seen specific red Chrysler weaving oddly ahead of me which is not in response to traffic or obstructions and is therefore not normal and it is continuing to act.
Let me clarify the difference; using XKCD pages as a source about XKCD is appropriate for certain information, even if the information doesn't appear in other sources. Using Wikipedia diffs as a source is never acceptable, though, because we're writing an encyclopedia, not a meta-encyclopedia or a blogosphere experiment -- I'd be much happier linking to a blag entry by Mr. Monroe where he. I assume it's via a managed offering, where the end-user isn't responsible for hosting the software themselves and instead pays a monthly rate (or pays per use). Knowing what that trajectory looks like we help me feel more comfortable using it, as it'd clarify how it will / will not change. reply. Veraticus 24 minutes ago. I always love HashiCorp products! But... This feels like Otto v2 to me. Time (xkcd) has been listed as one of the Language and literature good articles under the good article criteria. If you can improve it further, please do so. If it no longer meets these criteria, you can reassess it. Review: June 24, 2016. (This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Time (xkcd) article. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. Put new. As he does in his extraordinarily popular xkcd webcomic, Munroe applies reason and research to hypothetical conundrums ranging from the philosophical to the scientific (often absurd, but never pseudo) that probably seemed awesome in your elementary school days—but were never sufficiently answered. It's the rare combination of edifying and fun. — Jon Foro--This text refers to the.
Download The Office 365 Powershell Reference Manual For It Super Heros A Powerful Sidekick To Help You On The Way To Mastering |. E-Books & Audio Books page 812 GFxtra If You Can Cook You Can Code by Timothy Kenny English 11 Sept. 2016 ISBN 1530902436 172 Pages AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF conv 1.94 MBExport Mailbox from Office 365 to PST via PowerShell Command This is because Office 365 requires. The sievert (symbol: Sv) is a derived unit of ionizing radiation dose in the International System of Units (SI) and is a measure of the health effect of low levels of ionizing radiation on the human body. The sievert is important in dosimetry and radiation protection, and is named after Rolf Maximilian Sievert, a Swedish medical physicist renowned for work on radiation dose measurement and. I will assume during the accelerating phase, the velociraptor has a constant acceleration. The problem doesn't say anything about the human's acceleration. I guess you could say the human just.
XKCD is using version 1.3, which is also the most recent. Sources can be found here (look for V1.3) I assume the browser falls back on the URL-encoding type when it sees one it doesn't recognize. I observed the string = being submitted URL-encoded in Chrome, and returning a different hash than what I got locally with the latest pyskein. But when I submitted it with this curl command. You may be wondering why the x-axis ranges from 0-3 and the y-axis from 1-4. If you provide a single list or array to the plot() command, matplotlib assumes it is a sequence of y values, and automatically generates the x values for you. Since python ranges start with 0, the default x vector has the same length as y but starts with 0 The unique style of the diagrams at xkcd has an informative but nice hand-drawn touch. I guess they are actually drawn by hand but just recently on our partner site for Mathematica someone asked how to draw a similar diagram such as this one with Mathematica's plot functions (xkcd-style-graphs).Now without Mathematica this should be possible as well but I have a hard time getting the details. In xkcd 681 comic, there is an impressive illustration of the common term gravity well. Here is a small part of that large image: The escape velocity assumes it is a free falling object. The.
xkcd: Mobile Version. If you read xkcd on your phone, or you just prefer simple pages without a lot of clutter, check out m.xkcd.com. It has a nice, clean design and should be capable of showing the alt-text in any browser (even Lynx, which can't even show the comic). Report any problems with the site to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! Posted by Randall 2010-05-15 Posted in Uncategorized 206. If you know of any registrars that might work for us, you can email us at email@example.com and he'll take a look. We're being cautious about how we handle this switch, since GoDaddy has seemingly been obstructing transfers in a way that can leave the sites trapped in limbo. But don't worry—it's in the works! Posted by Randall 2011-12-31 Posted in Uncategorized 290 Comments on GoDaddy. Earlier this week, the webcomic xkcd published a What If scenario asking how a Cessna 172 Skyhawk would fly on different planets in our solar system. No offense to xkcd's excellent author. xkcd.WTF!? Image loading failed. try again Prediction < Prev xkcd 2370 Next > You'd think it'd be easy to just bet money against these people, but you have to consider the probability of them paying up. HiRes; Link; Explanation This comic is about misunderstanding probability. Sometimes people will incorrectly assume that if one event is likelier than another to occur, then that event WILL.
We assume that the website is using ads and affiliate programs to make money. You can see the estimated website traffic numbers in the next section. Data. Estimated revenue per day: $6,634. Estimated revenue per month: $199,020 . Estimated revenue per year: $2,388,240. Action. Sell your website/web-based business: Do you have a money-making website/web-based business? Do you want to sell. xkcd comics. Unique Cartoon Art Styles. Let's now very briefly go over some pretty unique cartoon art styles! Most of these are very popular and highly recognizable right away. Tim Burton. Tim Burton's Art Style . Tim Burton has a very characteristic and dark art style that still carries a lot of emotion. It isn't dark for the sake of being dark, you can see that his characters have. XKCD argues that it's easier to remember 4 random words than 8 random characters. Second, your example isn't very good because it assumes that every 8 byte character (save one) is acceptable, which is rarely the case, especially if you are trying to memorize them
The xkcd comic assumes there are about 8 commonly used substitutions that an attacker would need to try (3 bits of entropy). You seem to be arguing that there are about 128-256 commonly used substitutions that an attacker would likely need to try (7-8 bits of entropy). Where's your justification for that? Personally, I think xkcd's estimate is better than yours. - D.W. Aug 11 '11 at 2:52. Wow. In xkcd 681 comic, there is an impressive illustration of the common term gravity well. Here is a small part of that large image: I can't resist. I must talk about this awesome illustration. This also assumes that the tweeter and the earthquake are at the same location. Let me go ahead and plot this using the numbers from xkcd. And here you can see the problem. The tweet-speed is so.