Or, you believe the government should be limited in the things they are allowed to do, removing the incentive for bribing them in the first place.
"Tax evasion" has one legal meaning and another colloquial one. Colloquially speaking, "tax evasion" includes tax avoidance of this character.
In other words, tax evasion is what other people do when I don't like it.
Consider, I'm going to roll a 6 sided dice. What number am I going to roll?
The whole of climate science and meteorology is predicated on the fact that those systems are not random. Yeah, the more iterations of a random event, the closer you get to the statistical average. But that doesn't mean that the more variables you add to a system, the more it converges on a predictable single value.
I'm not sure I'm going to agree with this statement however. Is an apple a simpler fruit than an orange?
Is an orange the aggregate of millions of apples over a long period of time?
However, while I'm sure that both 'sides' in this debate are equally guilty of seeing what they want to see, that which confirms their observer bias, I'm not sure that ridiculing weather forecasts is a valid argument against the accuracy and predictive power (or lack thereof) of climate models.
Really? Weather is a simpler, shorter-term analysis than climate, pretty much by definition. If we can't perform the simpler task particularly well, it argues against us being able to do the more complex.
What on earth does this have to do with the topic at-hand? Do you post this on any medical science related story?
It depends what you mean by "drones". Missiles would basically be one-use drones, with the firing ship serving as their control centre. In space battles, distances would likely be large enough for relativistic time lags in comms between ship and missile to be a thing, so they'd have to be capably of autonomy after they'd moved beyond comms range of their ship.
I've got a Note 3, and I frequently hold it up to my head to talk on it. I also gave up caring about what people think of based on what technology I use a couple of decades ago.
So how much advertising did Dell buy ro get this story run?
Give me an objective definition of "market" that makes the doesn't make the distinction between software products and support services, yet does distinguish between, say, operating systems and web browsers.
I doubt you have one. You just draw the line on a case-by-case basis wherever it supports your argument.
Yes. They're using their profits from selling their support product to fund development of their free operating system.
Plenty of companies offer free services to attract customers, while other companies may charge for the same services. That is not illegal.
This is incorrect. The only reason it seems this way is because it takes so long to gather evidence, and the ensuing court cases take so long to eventuate.
So, what you're saying is that there are pending court cases against, say RedHat, because they offer their OS free of charge, undercutting Microsoft's offering?
Or maybe against Google, or OpenStreetMaps, for uncompetitively providing free services that conflict with other services who do not charge?
Yeah, because USB hadn't already gone through three generations of improvements and refinements before Apple's messianic connector forced the industry to start improving again.
I was referring to the US military, which has a budget more than three times the size of China's. China might have more troops, but the US' combat ability is still far greater.
There's also quite a difference between "strong central military" and "three times the size of any other military force in the world"
Congratulations. You've now broken the phone, and the photos are on the cloud.