Perhaps Michael Mann hasn't convinced them that the hockey stick actually exists?
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George Church's "Personal Genome Project" has, from it's very beginning, acknowledged the possibility of this kind of exposure. In fact, you can't participate in the project without signing a consent form that makes this explicit. From their website:
"Since its founding, the Personal Genome Project has only accepted participants who understand and acknowledge re-identification as a potential risk. This “open consent” approach arose from our argument that privacy may be over-promised and that re-identification is increasingly possible as technology advances."
. . . once you understand the question.
Actually, *Moses* released the first Christian tablet. . . a pair of them if I recall. At five commandments per tablet, though, pretty limited storage.
I call bullshit. Cite your sources.
His sister is hot.
His sister is SMOKIN' hot.
Fixed that for you.
I'd be more freaked out if they raised the price 30 minutes *before* she died.
These cars are so small, every Basque in the country could fit on the same offramp.
Of course, then you'd be putting all your Basques in one exit.
. . . the Singularity will stop it.
"My hippocampus hurts!"