Questions About reasonable conclusions

Which of the following statements are reasonable conclusions about this system?ld you like to ask?

The Chandra X-Ray Observatory has detected X rays from a star system that contains a main-sequence star of spectral type B6. The X-ray emission is strong and fairly steady, and no sudden bursts have been observed. Which of the following statements are reasonable conclusions about this system?ld you like to ask? Check all that apply: - The main-sequence star orbits either a white dwarf or a neutron star. - Some time in the next few decades, this system will undergo a nova explosion. - The main-sequence star must orbit a white dwarf. - The main-sequence star orbits either a neutron star or a black hole. - Gas from the main-sequence star makes an accretion disk around another object. - The main-sequence star must orbit a neutron star. - The main-sequence star is emitting X rays. - The main-sequence star must orbit a black hole.
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Which of the following statements are reasonable conclusions about this system?

The Chandra X-Ray Observatory has detected X rays from a star system that contains a main-sequence star of spectral type B6. The X-ray emission is strong and fairly steady, and no sudden bursts have been observed. Which of the following statements are reasonable conclusions about this system? Check all that apply. 1. The main-sequence star must orbit a white dwarf. 2. The main-sequence star must orbit a neutron star. 3. Some time in the next few decades, this system will undergo a nova explosion. 4. Gas from the main-sequence star makes an accretion disk around another object. 5. The main-sequence star orbits either a neutron star or a black hole. 6. The main-sequence star is emitting X rays. 7. The main-sequence star orbits either a white dwarf or a neutron star. 8.The main-sequence star must orbit a black hole.
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Is there today any reason to have multiple domains in one forest

I've been reading a lot trying to figure out why I would set-up a "multi-domain - one forest" architecture but I haven't found any good reason to do so. I came to the conclusion that you better use "one domain and delegations" or "multiple domains with trusts".

There is one quote which is central for me:

"Because a domain is not a security boundary, it is possible for a malicious service administrator, such as a member of the Domain Admins group, to use nonstandard tools and procedures to gain full access to any domain in the forest or to any computer in the forest. For example, service administrators in a nonroot domain can make themselves members of the Enterprise Admins or Schema Admins group."(Source)

Is there anyone who could think of a scenario where you would use one forest with multiple domains?

Thank you

http://www.serverfault.com/questions/434486/is-there-today-any-reason-to-have-multiple-domains-in-one-forest

Bit flipping - detection and reasons

About a week ago I experienced one very interesting situation. I had a workstation - old desktop with Asus P5LD2 motherboard and 4 x 1 GB non-registered DDR2 Kingston memory. That same machine was a victim of a power stroke quite some time ago, IIRC 12-14 months ago. At the time of the power stroke the PSU fried and the HDD died. I replaced both, ran tests, including memtest and everything seemed fine. The user was working happily on it, until one day last week when he found some recent data "corruption" in some of his files. I investigated the issue and managed to narrow it down to motherboard fault. However, the "data corruption" was rather interesting and reproducible:

How to avoid the dreaded leap to the conclusion she's being proposed to?

How can I present my intended with a Christmas gift that is in no way an engagement ring? Degree of difficulty: its packaging absolutely screams, "this is an engagement ring!" So there's this girl I love, and she loves me, and everything is awesome. The idea of getting married at some point has been jokingly, but not really jokingly, bandied about. There have been playful conjectures about how to raise our potential future child. That sort of thing. I don't think she would be at all surprised if I were to pop the question at Christmas. I'm not quite ready to do that just yet, (It doesn't strike me as something you do at Christmas for some reason, and I was thinking more like next spring, early summer.) but I did want to show her I'm not messing around here. I went out today and got her a rather expensive pair of diamond studs. I came home all proud of myself, thinking, that's not something a man gets a woman he's just having fun with. That right the
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Conservatives: What is your chain of reasoning to reject Obama?

This is a simple exercise that should not take more than 15 minutes. All I ask is that you compose your thoughts in a tidy way, starting from where you see Obama has gone and what effects his policies and leadership has had on this country. At the end you can throw whatever line you like such as "Obama is a failure", "a commie socialist" or a " secret Muslim Brotherhood member" and this is supposed to be your conclusion. Your "evidence" is the chain of reasoning, one has to lead to another. Tell me what you're trying to prove.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20120907214421AA8HYsi

Is the conclusion that GW is real, and mostly caused by us, based on non peer-reviewed science?

The non-peer reviewed references cited on denier websites come from the group working on both actual and potential effects and comprehensive mitigation strategies, Working Group II. It's hardly surprising that they include some non-peer reviewed references among the peer reviewed ones. This is a topic which blends science, economics, and politics. For those still on the global warming denial train, let's see your list of non peer reviewed references for Working Group I, Chapter 2, the part of the report that says global warming is real, and mostly caused by us. I'll quite concede that some of the potential effects and mitigation strategies are speculative, will others concede those two points? To give people a more objective look at what Working Group I, Chapter 2 actually considered, here are the first five references, unselected for rhetorical purposes. And the website that lists all of the hundreds of references, overwhelmingly (entirely?) peer reviewed. I invite people click t
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Can we reasonable draw the conclusion that the Liberal mentality breeds mass shootings?

Let's see? A gunman opened fire early Tuesday morning during a shift change at Hartford Distributors, a beer distributorship near Hartford, Conn., and ABC News has been told that nine people, including the gunman, have died. The suspect was identified as Omar S. Thornton, 34, Minutes after a woman was suspended and escorted from her job at the Kraft Foods plant in Northeast Philadelphia, she returned with a .357 Magnum and opened fire, killing two women and critically injuring a third co-worker Yvonne Hiller Suspect James Holmes purchases a ticket and walks into the movie theater. He sneaks out an exit door and leaves it propped open, gathers his weapons and gear, and walks back into Theater 9 through the exit door. Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts said about 10,000 people were in the mall at the time. No law enforcement officers fired any shots when they arrived, sheriff's Sgt. Adam Phillips said. The 1.4 million-square-foot mall remained closed Wednesday as investigators
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20121212171645AAgZM0y

What is the medical reason for dog breed standards. Your answer needs scientific or medical documentation.?

I would like to know where i can find evidence to support the Kennel Clubs reasoning for having breed standards to promote the health of a breed. I can find a lot of medical (genetics research) documentation that generally and specifically state that the limited gene pool of purebred dogs through generations of inbreeding has caused many of the genetic defects that the breeds suffer. These reports also seem to state that breeding to contrived conception of aesthetic appearance (to conform to show standards) is the reason for a lot of the inbreeding. I understand that dogs are by nature not a natural occurance, but Canines are not. I do not feel that genetic selction has improved any breeds overall health, and still I do not have a single answer that has documented that breed standards improve the health of a breed. In addition many breed standards actually do not allow breeds to be bred to best fit their original purpose. http://www.rspca.org.uk/servlet/Satellite?pagename=RSPCA/RS
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Any one have any good ideas on how I can troll at my job interview? (I have reason to believe it is a scam!!)

I have a job inter view a company called vector. You can problaby google "Work for vector" Or "Students work for vector" and come up with the same conclusion. [here is some thing I pulled up](http://www.indeed.com/forum/cmp/Vector-Marketing/Vector-marketing-Big-scam/t8961) They recruted me on …
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Most secure way to access my home Linux server while I am on the road? Specialized solution wanted

I think many people may be in my situation. I travel on business with a laptop. And I need secure access to files from the office (which in my case is my home).

The short version of my question:

How can I make SSH/SFTP really secure when only one person needs to connect to the server from one laptop? In this situation, what special steps would make it almost impossible for anyone else to get online access to the server?

A lot more details:

I use Ubuntu Linux on both my laptop (KDE) and my home/office server. Connectivity is not a problem. I can tether to my phone's connection if needed. I need access to a large number of files (around 300 GB). I don't need all of them at once, but I don't know in advance which files I might need. These files contain confidential client info and personal info such as credit card numbers, so they must be secure.

Given this, I don't want store all these files on Dropbo

http://www.superuser.com/questions/411341/most-secure-way-to-access-my-home-linux-server-while-i-am-on-the-road-specialized-solution-wanted

Connecting to work machine

Rather than pester the very helpful Scott Chamberlain in the comments to this question, I'm moving my issue here.

I'm developing a web app on my work computer (Windows 7), and I've gotten a bug report complaining of bad behavior on the Mac version of Firefox. We don't have a Mac in-house, so I brought in my personal laptop. The trouble is, I can't get it to connect to my work machine.

Both machines are on the local wi-fi network. The work machine has access to a VPN that my personal laptop does not. Any time I try to access 192.168.1.4:8080 (the IPv4 address assigned by the wireless network) from my personal machine's browser, I get nothing. I also get nothing when I ping 192.168.1.4.

My first thought was that it's a firewall issue; I don't have the permissions necessary to simply disable

http://www.superuser.com/questions/548574/connecting-to-work-machine