Enough silver for that particular piece of content to be opened. There's always more content to demand more silver for.
If they've already passed on their genes, then their deaths do not help the human race, so they are ineligible for a Darwin Award.
Of course, by "everyone" he means the only people that count... rich people.
Bread and circuses are basically antivenom.
Because it is poison to oppressive governments, of which China is one.
We're perfectly capable of hating both of them, thanks.
Individual organisms don't evolve. Only species and populations evolve. You're talking about mutation.
Any and all inherited traits can evolve, including the capacity for evolution, itself.
I had to take a polygraph test and I kept failing questions seemingly randomly. I finally figured out why, too. If I was at the end of an exhale when the interviewer reached the end of a question, I had to stop for just an instant to think whether to answer the question or take a breath. That tiny hesitation was enough to set it off. When the interviewer allowed me to answer the questions by nodding or shaking my head, I passed with flying colors.
A philosophy that expects people in power to voluntarily give up that power. Yeah, that'll work out just great.
Don't worry. It's not really communism. It's just a plain old fashioned dictatorship pretending to be communism.
"May you live in interesting times" wasn't really an ancient Chinese curse. There's no record of it before the 1930s.
It should have been, though.
Are you talking about the one at the top of the article? That's a still from a video where it's showing the rendering in test mode with some of the textures and lighting effects turned off. Scroll down and look at the photo at the bottom of the article with the black background.
The point is that they thought it was a real child. The whole issue here is intent.