"They hoover down all the internet data, " Pun intended?
You said it. I can't wait to put that nightmare behind me.
Have you ever had a practicing or former Scientologist attempt to prove the efficacy of auditing, or any other practice from Scientology? If so, how did it go?
:) If not, how might you go about testing and debunking it?
My wife and I were less than 10th in line, voted paper ballot, no issues. Polling place got moved for the 2nd time in the past 5 years, a bit of confusion for some people there.
I seem to recall reading in the Security Question comments how Battle.net's system was excellent. That portion of it may have been, and they seem to be responding well to this, but the timing is interesting.
Can't afford and do not want.
And if they somehow had negative mass? Would that not account for the (purportedly) observed results?
indicating subsurface water ice from two synthetic radars
What other kind is there?
"The main problem with internet quotations is that most people don't verify their authenticity." --David Hasselhoff, 14th President of the United States.
Something that takes as it's input random psychological output from many sources does well at predicting the performance of a system that takes as it's input random psychology? Makes sense, actually. The stock market isn't always governed by rational decision making. What they seem to be attempting is to cut out trying to evaluate the rationality of people's though processes, but just observing them. The danger here is that if enough people behave stupidly, this thing might enhance that through it's transactions and the resultant feedback, but that's a danger of any system.
.that the Beatles will need to change the lyrics to Polythene Pam?
This sounds like a job for Project Gutenberg, since this stuff is public domain. http://gutenberg.org/
You mean *GPG* key block?