At the time, as a matter of Nazi policy, everyone's private everything was Germany's.
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In a way, yes. The practical argument against capital punishment (as opposed to the ethical argument) is that the standard of evidence suitable for such a severe punishment results in capital punishment being more expensive than life imprisonment.
I had always heard that German intellectual property was confiscated by the Allies as part of the surrender. For a senior Nazi like Goebbels, even a private diary should fall under that category.
I guess I had heard wrong. Pity.
Since they are already de facto merged into a single monopoly, denying the de jure merger would make for good PR but make no actual difference to the companies or to consumers.
We more or less achieved that when large numbers of people had phones that included cameras. And it didn't matter that lots of people weren't carry those phones, as long as we had a certain critical mass.
And even that has potential for abuse when incomplete recordings were taken out of context.
But that's not what the surveillance society 'debate' is about. And Garber knows that.
and nothing else.
Stop adding 'features' to things that don't need them!
Their environment has some awesome naturally-occurring antibiotic that the local bacteria have had to develop resistance to, and we might want to learn more about that.
Find a dictionary and look up 'indiscriminately'.
Rewarded temporarily is still better than not at all.
intelligence without application is pointless.
Yet physical beauty without application is highly rewarded.
"We tend to think of geniuses as being plagued by existential angst, frustration, and loneliness."
This I think comes from identifying 'genius' as someone with special ability but not a popular, cool ability. Exceptional athletes, musicians, and actors are just as much outliers as 'geniuses', but their talents are never liabilities, and only rarely does society genuinely encourage any humility on their part.
We could start by replacing CEOs - the technology to replace them has been available for decades.
That would be impressive if Arizona had an ocean coastline.
They're confusing two meanings of the Big Bang.
The theory covers the first few minutes of the universe's existence, until normal, well-understood laws of physics are the only ones in effect. The *light* should come from the particle interactions during all of that time, so not actually a single moment.
The moment of actual 'bang' would be time zero, or time Planck time, or possibly something else because we don't know how physics would work at that point.
The ideas are 10 or 15 years old, so of course 'journalists' haven't got the story straight yet.
That's your idea of natural photosynthesis?