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Even in times that try men’s souls a sense of humor is important. 🙂
One-day forecasts are often wildly inaccurate and even same-day forecasts frequently miss the mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0cqV3h-aDA
Yes it is mid morning and a nice warm 64 °F in Sunny NC we are supposed to be ~70° F by now with a high of ~ 75° F per forecast.
You mean a random walk in the park.
HAL read their lips, lol. But now, if you ever find yourself on a space mission with a malicious computer, you have to keep in mind that computers can discern spoken words from the vibrations of potato chip bags. Hard to believe, but true: http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2014/algorithm-recovers-speech-from-vibrations-0804
Extracting audio from visual information
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