That's OK. You know that filling you had replaced last year?
You PRICK !
That's true of individual policemen / women. Whether it applies to the political and financial designs of the 'Police Department' (and associated governmental agencies) is another thing entirely.
Turn off parallax - that did it to mine. There are dozens of articles on that and a few other tweaks. I honestly can't remember exactly what i have done (would be nice to have a list of settings ala plists in iOS but we are not worthy). Interesting that people think that 7 messes up an iPhone 4S. Mine has 64 GB flash which is about 2/3 full. They all have the same amount of RAM, I can't imagine there are substantive differences between various examples of the same model. There are certainly individual tolerances for UI responsiveness, but, aside from the camera app, everything seems to work as well as before. It may use more battery (or the battery may finally be getting to EOL).
I have some issues with the UI designer completely ignoring visual cues, but in general I like the look and the idea behind the tweaks. Mostly.
Well, yes. And Samsung should hire the Cyanogen folks. If we were in charge, things would be better.
You sound angry. Maybe you should have a nice, relaxing talk with Siri.
What? Don't jailbreak then. I'll bet your toaster doesn't even have an LCD.
Your UID suggests you've been here for a while. What happened? You get married or something?
Its a strange day when people coming from the Linux world are doing a better job at UI design than Apple.
My god, you've got that one right.
Next up. Hell freezes over. Microsoft goes open source.
Idjit. iOS 7 runs fine on my ? 2 year old 4S. You have to turn off a bit of bling (Apple really should do that on anything but the newest machines). But runs perfectly fine. Some of the UI decisions are rather, well, odd. But that happens with every vendor (and I'm looking at YOU Microsoft-and-the-interface-formally-known-as-Metro).
You don;'t have to apply any patches or updates. The worst that happens is that you have a little red number sitting on your screen telling you that there are available updates. You can decide whether or not to do so.
Typically, I wait about a week, see just what Apple managed to break and then update if desired. Easy peasy.
I'd worry about it if you were an E. coli, but organisms higher up on the complexity ladder don't eat naked plasmids. That's a trick for the prokaryotes.
Apparently, we just have to worry about rouge vaccines. And politicians.
Nope. Go take some biology courses. The immune system is quite a bit more complex than you apparently think. And quite a bit more robust.
And yes, antibiotics and antibodies (and T-cells and cytokines and all the rest of the stuff) works in concert.
Nope. Plasmid transmission can occur with naked DNA. Bacterial cells will preferentially try to suck in DNA and RNA. While it does so mostly to get the building blocks to make new DNA and tries to degrade the nucleic acids into little tasty bits, sometimes whole plasmids (think tiny chromosomes) survive and multiply. Some bacteria preferentially try to ingest plasmid DNA, perhaps as a mechanism for increased gene variability. It's a nice trick. Instead of trying to hack out a point mutation that gives you resistance to a single antibiotic, you can pick up a 'cassette' of several fully functioning antibiotic resistance genes all at once.
Pint sized progress!
No. You're being true to your nic.
Antibacterials don't 'weaken' the immune response. Your body will make whatever antibodies it can to the bacteria irregardless of whether you use antibiotics or not. The antibiotic, if used correctly, will stop / slow down the growth of the bacteria and allow the immune system to help clear the infection. The problem with too frequent or inappropriate use of an antibiotic is that is gives the bugs more chances to develop resistance to the drug.
Antibiotics are not so powerful that the body doesn't see the bacteria. It's not magic juju juice. The immune system is way more complex than you think.
They could work on Paul Anca and that Bieber weirdo. Hell, they're not even American