The only possible explanation is that the rough sea must have pushed this massive rock out. Infact we could notice fresh marks on the ground leading to where it used to stand.
It is unbelievable how the power of a stormy sea could move this rock so much in such a short period of time since last August.
From the flat plane to the sea there is approximatly 4 meters height. For the waves to reach this point and still have the power of moving these rocks, the sea must have been extremely rough.
The failures usually don't hurt anything, and if it installs several versions, it increases the chance that one of them is right. (Note: The 'yes' command and '2>/dev/null' are recommended additions.)
Cites various factors for stepping away from the Bitcoin space to which he has devoted five years.
- Middlesex UniversityLecturer, 2010 - present
- setcomProduct Manager, 2012 - present
- STC TrainingLecturer, 2005 - 2014
- IBMSenior Business Consultant, 2009 - 2010
- setcomSenior Sales Engineer, 2006 - 2009
- GFI SoftwareSenior Software Engineer, 1997 - 2006
- Charles de Giorgio Ltd.Medical and Sanitary Supplies, 1996 - 1997
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- Middlesex UniversityMSc Business Information Systems Management, 2011 - 2013
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