Ten km of ice can help with the radiation, so Europa is likely quite capable of supporting life. But Europa is not *habitable* by human standards.
Hominins take decades to reproduce - maybe it's been done and we haven't noticed yet.
We're talking about mosquitoes. I'll accept the risk.
I know coming up with names isn't as easy as you would think, but, seriously, they called it cyanogen?
True of *any* alien life.
I think I'd rather put up with the madness of the court's evaluation of each individual case of liberty, and whether or not they compromise the rights of others, than to have certain ones crossed off the list to begin with.
Madness is not what you want in a judicial system. Rights are far more likely to be undermined by courts making it up as they go than by Parliament.
This isn't actually privacy, and it's sad that people aren't clearer about what is and isn't privacy.
Though still a bit troubling.
Because they're desperately hoping to avoid the inflation that will start as soon as people notice how drastically they've devalued the currency, and changing the money would be too big of a clue.
And if there's a national security emergency, does everyone without clearance just have to step outside while he takes the call?
It's, you know, things...
But here's the twist: they're on the Internet!
And, no, there isn't any more to it than that. In other words, what the Internet has been for the last 50 years with nothing original added except new marketing hype(tm).
They weren't looking for random hate crimes.
The failure to use the the Notwithstanding Clause the way it was intended has made law arbitrary and unpredictable.
Space:1999 was made in the 70s, but I guess it ties in with the 90s....
When your example of change is something that took over 300 years, it may be a less compelling example than you think.
Cuba was a colony that was given sham independence, and then started acting like it had actual independence. And the US government is petty and vindictive.