Amazon workers are basically cogs in a machine. If one is not performing for some reason they discard it and get another generic replacement.
They are reacting to the tact that Nokia seems to have divested itself of all physical products and its OS, so how what is left looks kinda like a patent holding company. Of course Nokia say they are R&D, which is fine, the EU is just reminding then that will act quicky in a market that is full of trolls and patent abusers.
The main reason we need marriage to have legal standing is to simplify inheritance and divorce. If someone dies without a will or two people want to go their separate ways after 30 years the only way to resolve the issues without some defaults set out in law would be to sue. It also makes marriage a lot easier because there is a legal contract in law, so you don't have to write your own if you accept the default T&Cs.
You are thinking to narrowly. You would expect to see evidence of advanced civilizations, if not from their engineering works than from deliberate attempts to be noticed. It is unlikely that they would all have some kind of "prime directive".
We already beam messages and send probes into space. An advanced civilization that has solved its resource problems would likely make am effort to explore and contract other races, just like we do, but on a much larger scale.
By saying that he automatically lost the argument. Accusing people of "hating science" and implying that it is irrational isn't an argument, iit's just abuse. Ironically he has rejected the scientific method himself, unless his hypothesis is that people who have concerns about nuclear are morons in which case he is evidence to the contrary.
The problem with iOS is that they only introduced a font size setting in v7 and not all apps support it.
If the guy in question really is that clueless the challenge will likely be explaining the internet from scratch. A cheap but good tablet like the Nexus 7 doesn't risk too much outlay if he decides to give up.
From time to time I wonder if it would be possible to introduce bacteria or even a parasite that consumed some calories to help keep weight down. Some people have been known to get parasites that seem to cure certain allergies or conditions deliberately.
Sometimes it is not that person's fault. I am not obese but could stand to lose a fair bit of weight. I used to be about right but a combination of two major illnesses means I can't exercise (at all, in fact I have to do everything I can to minimize exertion) and don't have the energy to prepare really good food. I do what I can, stick to the healthiest stuff I can find that just needs warming up (can't cook anything complex in the evenings). Aim for about 1800 calories a day, any less is bad for you.
I used to think just like you, but some people do have genuine reasons beyond lack of willpower. I'll get flamed by people telling me it's my fault, but I challenge anyone to go a week in my shoes and then say that.
It's far from clear if other designs would have been safe at Fukushima. Since the accident it has been discovered that the earthquake damaged the reactors which were only designed for up to a magnitude 7.2 quake. Other plants were damaged too and a couple have been found to be right over previously unknown fault lines.
Unless the moderator is damaged and bits of it fall into the tank, or worse still block the plug hole.
Exactly, no-one will insure nuclear experimenters against the potentially hundreds of billions of dollars of damage they could do, except for governments.
Exactly, it's more the hundreds of billions of dollars of liability insurance that puts people of experimenting with nuclear.