Which St. Francis? The one who was brother to the sun and the moon, or the one who urged his friars to throw away all of their worldly goods and follow the Pope?
Warmer? I'd be impressed if they at least understand the scientific method and qualifiy their statements with confidence levels.
1. Invent Cloak
2. Write Story giving directions
3. get slashdotted
4. website becomes invisible.
Yes, but may need to be solved with a disclaimer sticker on the visor or dash.
"The financial center of the universe is New York City."
Maybe your financial universe, but I'm busy divesting my finances of anything to do with any company East of the Rockies. I no longer trust their ethics.
I fail to see how pimping to the biggest advertiser is "Journalistic Competence", thus your response is exactly why I find the question strange.
Journalistic Competence? From the New York Times?
Is only the paper of record to those who agree that New York City is the center of the universe.
Or a more vague description and question. Like "Officer, how exactly did you know the location and contents of my client's cell phone data?" Somehow I don't think many courts will accept "Officer Y told me" (hearsay evidence, inadmissible) or "I can't answer because I signed an NDA with the FBI" (secret police don't often go over very well with American jury).
Exactly. All this NDA needs is an admissibility test in court "Will the officer tell me how he knew my client was at X?" "I can't, I signed an NDA with the FBI" probably will not fly.
Why doesn't somebody build a couple of encrypted paired bluetooth headsets and just provide end-to-end encryption across the distrusted network?
Sunday Assembly tithes to their "church", well, as much as Catholics do (where tithe is barely 1% of income and barely enough to keep the church running and the remaining 9% is given to various charities outside of the Church).
I agree the fundamentals are, but then again, fundamentals are chosen by cherry picking.
Just pointing out that I didn't create the labels "God is Good" and "Freedom From Religion Foundation".
Where your link, for instance, just proves the existence of God for a theist. Nice planet, God!
"No arheist is so stupid" was the claim. The link refutes the absolutist "no atheist", but perhaps I misread the misspelling, and you meant something else?
Still, I should have read further back in the conversation and posted this instead: