It's sad that no one seems to understand dynamics have changed in the last 50 years. They still expect us to be glued to the box. If buying TV was as easy as torrents, there would be no more monopolies at the city level. The day all sports starts legally streaming we will be off the cord.
The only thing it might begin to change for me is leading to an understanding of M-theory sequence where we can get to other sections of the universe quickly (FTL?). Other than that, I don't see a ready use. But, then again, it took Thomas Crapper to get western society to flush the toilet.
Exactly. On top of this, AT&T wishes to compete with Google as an ISP but under the guise of a telco instead. Whereas in San Diego, for instance, AT&T used their ISP status to force fair use on the existing utility conduits established by Cox and Time Warner. Seriously praying for Google to come to San Diego. Reno too for the rest of the family.
I wonder if you understand what is needed to maintain a wind farm's equipment? Hint: It's not wind.
No, the solution is to promote reactors that consume their fuels, or at the very least promote a system with the lowest risk policy achievable. Stop making reactors because of their weaponizing potential. Liquid Flouride Thorium Reactors come to mind.
I have empathy for this position. My wife is 100% disabled veteran with chronic pain issues that will never go away. Hell, I live with her and take care of most of her needs. Yet, I still have no idea what she feels, though I regularly see the pain turn her into an anxiety wreck. It's a very humbling experience to watch someone you love struggle to remain that same person.
Chances? Holy shit that sounds like direct poisoning!!!
If it were only 20 years. Derivative works with sole functionality take design monopolies to lasting forever.
But that's not even the core of the argument. The argument turns into, "this is the only method for sorting data because I used it on a COMPUTER!" Seriously, some of these excuses for patents are this stupid. The recent claim for billions of damages for Oracles resulting from a nine-line bounds check routine.
If nine lines of code replicated in some fashion (out of presumably millions) is a copyright violation, the other companies with enough capital should launch discovery suits demanding to search every project Oracle has ever performed for any duplicate code from others' copyrights. Software copyrights should be abolished anyway.
Mod him up please!
Yes, but poor people voted for it! That's the irony.
Because clearly outstanding retired politicians, like Chris Dodd, continue make salaries like $2.4 million acting as the CEO of a lobbyist group, show us the roadmap for morals within our own superior American bureaucracy.
I can appreciate your comments. However, the expectation that health care will ever be equal among everyone is fairly unrealistic. Somehow I think the Jay-Zs and Bill Gates of the world will always have better of everything.
Yeah, how's that intuitive choice of a savior working out there? Truth hurts, eh?