We can confidently predict that when we release say a medicine which destroys a particular type of infectious disease into the environment, some percentage of the bacteria will survive and develop resistance, breeding new strains requiring new medicines. This is a prediction which is based upon the theory of evolution.
That makes sense alright. You'd make an excellent criminal Rich0.
Eh kinda hard to get line of sight to a drone through a forest. Maybe they should be looking for the guy clingling grimly to the tops of the trees?
No, that's communism: chapter 2, proletarians and communists, of the communist manifesto. There's plenty of other good stuff in there too if you take a look, equal liability of all to work (slavery), confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels (wow), centralisation of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the State (delightful), and so on and so forth. Stalin may have been the one to most prominently implement it but he was just playing it by the book.
The communist book.
By "individual" you mean no other person than the bourgeois, than the middle-class owner of property. This person must, indeed, be swept out of the way, and made impossible.
-Manifesto of the Communist Party
How about we sweep away the communists/marxists/stalinists/feminists/national socialists/maoists instead and save ourselves the effort of digging graves for another hundred million innocent people.
Who's California going to war with? Much of the rest of the worlds has a surplus of fresh water, because we didn't start building cities in the middle of deserts. Regardless, I'm pretty sure that desalination is orders of magnitude cheaper than wars one way or the other.
Communism certainly was and remains evil. It's funny how wherever Marxist theory and it's family members take root, enormous piles of dead bodies tend to accumulate very quickly. The best thing for the universe would be for the derivatives of that drunken deadbeat racist adulterer's work to be expunged from every social and academic body post haste.
Oh you mean like Pakistan?
The results of war are already truly horrifying. The only thing that nukes bring to the table is the fact that they'll kill the politicians too. Which, unsurprisingly, is enough to prevent open war.
Sound could do it easy enough.
There's plenty of water just floating around out there without needing to climb out of a gravity well to get it. Still I think we should go to Europa, but with a probe that's able to dig down then dig back up with the data. I'd imagine designing such a probe would be quite difficult given the pressures down there however. I can't see feeding out wire behind it as being a starter, 100km of wire is never going to be that portable... unless the spool was on the surface along with a transmitter... hmm... shearing issues?
Everyone's got something of value, even if it's only their vote...
Yes, but was that indicative of gender based pay discrimination or employers simply failing to acknowledge and adjust for the social neccessity of families? There's a big difference between the two, one leads to paid maternity leave, the other feeds into all sorts of toxic narratives which have a real human cost.
Such as for example the lack of support for victimised men in relationships with violent women, despite rates of domestic and intimate partner violence being equally divided between the genders.
I don't have the time to access his research, but he's saying the exact same thing as most people are saying right here - once you control for education, experience, hours worked and so on, the gender pay gap basically vanishes. I don't see why it should be any less believable back then than today.
And this, incidentally, is critical thinking; challenging the accepted narrative when new information comes to light.
Play this video instead, an interview with Thomas Sowell from it looks like the 60s, where he's saying exactly the same thing as is apparently being "discovered" these days: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
And this mind you was around the time of second wave feminism.