But at home you are paying a license for your own private enjoyment. Charging admission or any other public re-performance is against that license. They have a license for public performances, it costs more. Movies are the same way, you can rent a movie for a buck and go home and watch it but if you hook it up to a projector and have all your friends pay a buck to watch it you are infringing on the license. If you do it publicly enough, you will get sued and rightfully so.
The Xbox 360 used an ATI graphics chip. The PS3 had a PPC main CPU but the Core aspect is quite different than anything in x86 land.
I am atheist and while I am pro-nuclear power, pro-vaccine,and believe in global warming I am very much against GMO foods. I against them though because if the transfer of power they represent, not about the food itself. No study has ever shown GMO corn is any less or more healthy than natural corn. GMO foods shift power from the people and the farmer to the chemical company. GMO crops encourage the indiscriminate use of herbicides that put other crops and the soil itself at risk. If you don't believe this, try to grow a non-"Roundup Ready" (TM) crop in a field that has been sprayed with massive quantities of glyphosate for years.
This is a classic power play.
1. Sell seed that make it easier to grow a crop
2. Sell a chemical that removes the competition in turn raising yields
3. Said chemical poisons the soil making it impossible to grow anything but said seed
4. Profit...lots of it, for now and the future
What? You might want to think about exactly what you wrote there. Where would the magically cold air come from to replace this pumped out hot air?
The "pump" action you describe is the warm air let into the cabinet cooling off and thus shrinking, which in turn "sucks" the door tight. There is no air pump on any refrigerator manufactured since they had blocks of ice sitting on top of them.
Well you forgot about that whole Redbox thing on nearly every corner or every town big enough to have a McDonalds. A bit over a dollar and you can watch the movie once or copy it and watch it whenever.
Over 100 years old is a bit of a stretch, the foundation of modern quantum physics was laid mostly in the 1920s...so "nearly 100 years old" might be better.
Realistically though, the reason classical physics is the basic physical foundation laid for most students is simply that it is tremendously easier to understand and calculate and is basically "correct" for 99.999% of things people encounter in their real lives. Schools already teach far too many things which are somewhat useless later in life, why should most high school students be subjected to quantum mechanics when they don't even have the mathematical underpinnings to even come close to really understanding it.
In 100 years or so when we have the math and processing power to solve a five or six body gravity equation then maybe it can actually be taught to those who don't specialize in it, until then the classic approximation is pretty good for high school work.
They live in a very cruel and unforgiving environment, that "independent streak" was pretty purposefully bred into them I would imagine.
Seems that the slow switch to low dose birth control pills will have a side effect of helping this sort of pollution as well. It won't prevent it of course, but there is a big different between 1970s pills and those prescribed today, now just to get those who have been on the pills for 20+ years to switch to something different. Has the side effect of lowering cancer rates as well.
You might want to look at that list again. When you eliminate the city-states at the top of the list, the top nine are Bangladesh, Palestine, Taiwan, South Korea, the Netherlands, Lebanon, Rwanda, India, Haiti. Taiwan, South Korea, and The Netherlands are obviously doing OK, the others though are not exactly what I would call "amazingly wealthy." Over a quarter of the world's population lives in those listed places and I would hazard a guess that they account for a pretty substantial amount of the poverty too.
They do have an incentive to not waste, just not the same one as companies. The people working AT the company often have the exact same mindset as government employees, only shareholders have the "spend my money wisely" mindset.
It could also make it worse in other ways as well. To keep a company afloat, decisions are often made to take on tremendous debt to be "paid back when times are better" but often the debt load itself prevents the time from getting better regardless of actual revenue. Take a look at AMD if you don't believe that to be possible. Governments waste money and companies do as well, just how they do it is different.
If they ate the jellyfish used them for power and then used the elemental components to build more jellyfish killers, THAT is the best idea so far.
Hopefully they never run out of jellyfish...
That is so last year... 2013->the year of the wight!
Yea, the Nexus 7 redo is tremendously better than the Ipad Mini...
Why would you compare it to BMW's cheapest entry level car? It is much closer to the 5 series in creature comforts, size, and target audience than any 3 series car and I think you will find they cost a bit more (55K base price for a 535i).