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Mohammed S. Al Sahaf
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Anyone else having issues generating dex files from class files using dx ?

I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. I get this error when I run dx --dex Test.class (a simple hello world):

MdfppReflectionUtils isMdfEnforced encountered an exception. Cause: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: No implementation found for boolean com.samsung.android.security.CCManager.isMdfEnforced() (tried Java_com_samsung_android_security_CCManager_isMdfEnforced and Java_com_samsung_android_security_CCManager_isMdfEnforced__) Message: null
MdfppReflectionUtils isMdfEnforced encountered an exception. Cause: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: No implementation found for boolean com.samsung.android.security.CCManager.isMdfEnforced() (tried Java_com_samsung_android_security_CCManager_isMdfEnforced and Java_com_samsung_android_security_CCManager_isMdfEnforced__) Message: null
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For the first time, researchers have managed to capture images of individual potassium atoms distributed on an optical lattice, providing them with a unique opportunity to see how they interact with one another.
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Ah, the Open University - used to have six or eight hours of decent intellectual content every weekend, for anyone to watch. (As a University, they were relatively expensive.)
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This is scary. I knew it on some level, but seeing it is action is a whole new level of understanding. My personal belief is that there's an ever going battle of survival between us and harmful bacteria.

The question is: Does knowing what we know give us an advantage in the battle? 
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We're still outnumbered.
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Something Ken Robinson been alluding to
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Loving this awesome feature in the latest Chrome on Android. Can we get this on desktop?
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We often think of the trolley problem as a hypothetical situation for ethicists and philosophers to think about, no more. We regard the chance of being in such situation minimal to none. The truth is, it's real. Here's one of the real-life situations where decisions to be made are a form of the trolley problem.
When people are dying and you can only save some, how do you choose? What happens, what should happen, when humans are forced to play god?
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I just listened to this one earlier this morning. It's a difficult episode to get through.

When confronted with unbearable decisions, my first reaction is basically fuck you. Not toward any specific person or diety, just a general curse toward the universe in general.
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Only weaklings admit they're wrong!
Wrong. (alt-text). Hang on, I just remembered another thing I'm right about. See... |< · < ? > >|. xkcd updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Archive · Store · What If? About.
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Haha! Nice satire. I like how the foolish white hat thinks he tricked the girl.
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Can we say "you remember your tasks when they're put on the heap vs the stack"?
An experiment from the 1920s explains why cliffhangers are so compelling and starting a task is often the most important part.
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