Some enterprising individuals are doing exactly that and selling "used" Teslas over list price. There are some buyers who are willing to pay the premium to eliminate the hassles of out-of-state purchase and to avoid the waiting list for a new one. (Yes, the tax on the resale is part of the markup).
You are correct on both points. Apparently no one else read past the headline.
Science magazine is not published by News Corp.
You have now.
Who's the batch of asshats who are reaming her dad out like this anyway? Sounds like it's time to shine a Slash dotlight on 'em.
Nonsense. The school negotiated in good faith and came to an acceptable settlement--quite favorable to the plaintiff, when you consider that he didn't have to prove that they had done anything wrong. It's not their fault that the Snays immediately violated the terms of the settlement.
Genuine question: people still use SCCS?
I have one data file, started over ten years ago, still under SCCS. The downstream flow uses the metadata. It's not worth changing. The whole flow will be replaced RSN.
First by rank (13 buckets) then by suit (4 buckets). I can typically sort a well-shuffled deck of bridge cards in about 85 seconds. That's far from the world record, but significantly faster than most people can do.
Specifically, Algeria, Iraq, Yemen and Myanmar are known to still sell gasoline containing TEL at the pump.
In the 1920's and 30's, "ethyl" (leaded gasoline) was the more expensive grade. By the 1940s, virtually all gasoline contained TEL and manufacturers designed engines with higher compression ratios to take advantage of the fuel. So, by the 1970s, unleaded gasoline required more expensive octane boosters to work in modern engines.
Today, lead additives for vehicle fuel are banned in almost all countries.
Under the proposal, the donor of the egg would have no parental rights. That is logical, since mtDNA carries very little information, compared to nuclear DNA.
There is no genetic modification involved so there is no "intellectual property" vested in the DNA of the offspring. From that standpoint, this is no different from conventional in-vitro fertilization.
Not everyone accepts the assumption that "wants" are infinite. They are certainly variable and, in many cases, conditioned.
I was in design engineering for 30 years and had about ten managers over the course of my career. One of them was excellent. Of course, he got promoted...
Ah, lead. Sugar of Lead (lead acetate) has been a popular artificial sweetener since Roman times. If your ancestors were anything more than peasants, they drank it.
My great-grandfather graduated from Milwaukee High School in 1878. He first attended a "normal school" with the intent of becoming a teacher, but found the opportunity to learn stenography and to operate a writing machine. The Scholes & Glidden machine had been developed in Milwaukee in 1874, and the manufacturers set up schools to teach students how to use them. These were very temperamental machines and were tricky to use. (At that time, you could not see the text that had been typed without lifting the platen). His first professional job was as a type-writer for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut. Meanwhile, his long-time pen-pal in Chicago had learned how to use the machines at her father's office. They began exchanging letters in type-written form, which must have been considered, for that time, as high-tech as any Internet romance would have been in 1995. They were married in 1883. My great-grandfather and his brother-in-law went into business together, selling the machines across the Midwest.
Beat Gates and Osberg at duplicate bridge and you'll have something to talk about.