Here in Barrow, it’s literally the most northern city in the United States. it takes a bit to ship or fly things here as there are no roads leading to town. Because of this, goods cost a bit more than most of us might be used to. For instance, a gallon of milk costs$10.49.
Here’s a few more cost examples below:
58 fl. oz. (1.75L) of orange juice costs $12.79
a 12-pack of Coke costs $12.95
a 1 lb 8 oz (686 g) tin of coffee costs $17.99
a 65 fl oz (1.89 L) container of grapefruit juice costs $10.99
a container of strawberries is $9.99, blueberries are $7.99
a head of iceberg lettuce is $5.49
a single 5.3 oz (150 g) Chobani Greek yogurt is $2.49
• Router LSA (Type 1)— This LSA contains
information about a router and the links that it has in an area. LSA type 1s
are flooded only in that area. The LSA also tells whether the router is a stub
or ASBR, or whether it has one end of a virtual link. OSPF represents these
routes in the forwarding table with an O.
• Network LSA (Type 2)— This LSA is used for
transit networks within an area.
It describes the set of routers attached to a network. LSA Type 2s are not
flooded outside an area. OSPF represents these routes in the forwarding table
with an O.
“The efficiency of antimatter production and storage is very low. About 1 billion times more energy is required to make antimatter than is finally contained in its mass. Using E = mc2, we find that 1 gram of antimatter contains:
0.001 kg x (300,000,000 m/s)2 = 90,000 GJ = 25 million kWh
Taking into account the low production efficiency, it would need 25 million billion kWh to make one single gram! Even at a discount price for electric power, this would cost more than a million billion Euros!”
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