Then Space-X will fail to consistently deliver payload, people will simply stop using their services, and you'll be happy. Relax. They are doomed.
I'm in the exact same situation and hope that Australia shaft Steam deep and hard. I haven't spent a single euro on Steam since, but still got whatever game I was interested in legally and downloadable on Steam. Granted it was mostly indie games, and those always offer Steam code because Steam is admitedly freaking good, despite it's abysmal policies.
Well, is there a best way to know your consuming habits than to sell and deliver everything ?
Rejoice. Soon everything will be assembled by robot and we'll _all_ live in abject poverty.
Is obviously a cluster of at least five different nozzles, all built in different facillities spread over several representatives' districts.
And as for the kid and his pet dinosaur killing, here's an even more disturbing news: so kids as young as maybe 8 are shooting at each other in pretend cowboy-indian or thief-policeman "games". Time to build more prisons for youngsters.
It can be easilly put to the test. Among the next missionaries would catch ebola, 50% should refuse the ZMap treatment and get to be given an unique chance to show the world that god and prayer are what heal them. Surelly a true believer will be overjoyed by the idea, lots of people would be convinced and convert and be saved by our lord Jesus Christ.
How long before we find that those liquid assets where in fact vapor?
Not the Chinese, the Iranians!
Why would the cartels disaprove anyway? They could even abduct a few engineers to develop their own rocket delivery of drugs into the USA.
Not sure it'd work ; too many people starts denying climate change... It would be easier if Martian threatened to sell their oil for Euro or Yuan instead of dollars. The USA military would be there in a couple years top, inventing whatever fable that satisfies the public to justify the war.
Most traffic on Tor is legal. Or are chineses and iranians inherently evil people ?
Such breakthrough. Much newsworthiness. Wow.
If only they had some sort of airtight full body suit up there in their spaceship. They could put the dead body in it until they can dispose of it. That's really too bad the dozen (hundreds?) of scientists and engineer didn't think about it.
Until they can 3D print microlattices made of graphene it's a no go.