Ancient Mesopotamian astronomers must be turning in their graves...
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Really? A lot of innovation comes from small and dynamic enterprises. I expect that big industry would just wait out the hardship of R&D and then reproduce finished produces after a five-year wait (relatively short in the scheme of many novel products), at a fraction of the cost and with the ability to distribute and mass market.
This sounds terrible, but Canada is far from the strictest in the world. Your experience crossing back into the US is tainted by holding a US passport. Unfortunately Canadian customs agents have fed off the TSA and DHS power trip. The US has actually had a strong hand in changing how US border control is exerted.
The applicant's CV is a MAJOR factor. How can it be double blind? Environment and resources are a common part of a grant review. They should be sufficient for the proposed work.
Have to agree with this. Bought the ipad as an experiment and haven't gone back. Can sync changes in iAnnotate with Dropbox.
And there is no guarantee the system will not be revoked in future - personal information cannot suddenly become private again.
It will also make North Americans better prepared to drive in Europe. Win-win.
Sadly my first thought was military.
Collecting and burning oil but using...solar for power? Seems odd. Maybe a mech eng can explain.