that would explain why you came so close yet utterly failed to detect the effect, thereby losing your nobel
You are assuming that we don't want the crew dead.
Unlike Edison, Faraday lacked bloodthirsty veniality.
You are confusing science with Popperian positivism.
...at some point you have to look...
sadly, no. there will always be a robert park who will not look.
Most families and many clans or tribes are communes.
"The Kanji isn't that bad, once you learn it."
Aye, there's the rub.
Mostly, but there is a significant Latin influence in Germanic languages, and Gaelic languages as well, and thus the Latin influence comes from pretty much every side. Much of the distinctively Greek influence is from Gaelic.
I'm pretty sure that this does not happen in Vanuatu.
By reducing the value of the Ruble 66%, the Ruble value of the Russian economy increased 66%. 50% of which went to pay for his Sochii boondogle, harem of gymnasts, assassinations of journalists and advocates of justice, etc.
Every major government does it. It's still evil, and only by educating the public about the foreign agents subverting public discourse can we avoid the consequences of a malign deception. Education without which democracy fails.
If the enemy has breached the defenses of, say, Fort Gordon, GA where you are employed as a hacker/contractor, then the massive damage has already happened and the M16 (which wasn't assigned to the hacker anyway) isn't going to change the result.
By that logic, the marginal extra gun in Fallujah shouldn't have stopped the Coalition forces. I get why you're saying that, but the military simply shouldn't operate that way. If their goal is the security of a country, then every soldier should be at least able to shoot a gun. We're not talking about requiring their PT scores to be insane, or their grooming to be on point. But shooting a gun? Really? That's a trivial requirement.
it is clear that you did read an "idiot's guide to economics". proof by example that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.