PM!Perhaps they ought to devise a test to see if the virus has a dose of Piers Morgan.
I'm not sure which is worse.
If it looks too good to be true...Really, this ain't 1st April you know! Methinks somebody is having their leg pulled (like when the professional electronics press reported a data compression scheme to squeeze 10x the data onto a HDD).
Not sure that will have the desired effect. After all, the signature text can be switched off so some people won't see it anyway. You never know M7823 might even have some useful information you don't know . (I think we do know, but you never can be sure).Black Hole said:Think carefully before you decide to "ignore" somebody: ignore me and you cut off your access to information/advice/content in (at time of writing) 491 threads and 20,468 posts with 1,986 likes, and I will have to ignore you too: see HERE (click). Currently ignoring (as reciprocal action): Member 7823.
That's fair enough, but the article seems to imply it's the shadow itself that is being harvested. If you have a lit area to take the difference from, you are generating energy from the bright area not the dark area.It sounds plausible to me. Thermocouples work using dissimilar temperatures, so there's no obvious reason why that sort of effect shouldn't be present in other places.
The article came from here :-Really, this ain't 1st April you know!
Sorry, yes, maybe I shouldn't but I find that hilarious. Like: what did you expect?Gwent police have been notified by a victim that they had received an unknown message on Facebook from a person purporting to be a female, and when they clicked on the attached link this enabled the offender to access their phone. They then proceeded to send messages to all of her contacts, enter their Snapchat account and finally, access and steal from her online banking app.