Developmental versions: These versions are in active development, are very likely to contain errors, may not work at all, and may be offline for changes at any time.
On the other hand, they have more features than the stable versions. Initial development of this website was supported by the U. National Science Foundation via the CRONUS-Earth project.
” is what my reader asked me, hesitant to put any more money into online dating sites with foreign singles that didn’t deliver.
Current stable versions: These reflect the calculation methods and calibration data described in a 2008 paper with several updates.
Use these unless you have a particular reason to use the developmental or archived versions.
Note that as of August, 2016, the current stable version is 2.3, which differs from version 2.2 in that it uses different muon interaction cross-sections and has a different default production rate calibration data set.
For some context about the various versions, see this.
The gents I spoke were mostly well-educated and financially stable guys in their late 20s and up.
Signing up is quick and easy, taking only a few seconds to plug in your name, email address and password, or through Facebook.
You’re immediately welcomed with an Inbox message, along with a bevy of lovely ladies’ profiles.
I’ll start by saying that it is a verifiable, secure online dating site, with thousands of women in Russia or the Ukraine, mostly looking to marry a man elsewhere in the world.
Single women can’t even sign up for the site; they’ve got to go through a completely different application process to confirm they do live in Russia, and also have their profiles and emails monitored to make sure the ladies aren’t trying to circumvent the system or scam the paying male members.