Its beowulf clusters all the way down.
Short term digital is much better. All you need is a new hard drive to store tens of thousands of photos. Though, when you are talking long term (80 to 100+ years) film is the clear winner. All you need to do with film to keep it safe for a couple hundred years is stick it in a box. Digital requires constant attention as storage mediums change, or else you end up with tens of thousands of pictures trapped in a forgotten format.
Once you are gone, is anyone going to give a shit about your photos to bother with the trouble of preserving them digitally?
Of course you can. You just need their permission to use the photo for commercial purposes, like an advertisement.
It explains why people thought up the idea of heaven. It doesn't explain heaven because religion has nothing to do with science.
In the states you don't have to sign at some stores. Like gas stations and fast food places. You don't normally spend bank account emptying amounts at these places.
Yup. Alot of people don't get that those uses are not commercial uses. A commercial use would be to use a picture of you in an advertisement for a shoe company who's shoes you happened to be wearing in the picture.
I know right? We shouldn't have such a simple safety feature so some people can act like immature idiots with their several thousand pound machine. Fuck all those people who just want to get to work and shop for groceries.
What species something is a completely made up human invention. Polar bears can breed with grizzly bears because they are both bears. People breed different 'species' of snakes to make interesting looking pets too. That doesn't mean there is anything wrong with evolutionary theory, just that it is very difficult to name and categorize all living things.
The copyright holder (nintendo) didn't give them permission to use the game for commercial use. Commercial use in copyright means used in some way (usualy an ad or tv commercial) to promote another product.
But the insurance payout is created out of thin air.
The person you bought the ship from still has the money you paid for it. Plus now the insurance payout puts NEW money into the system. So destroying ships actually adds to inflation.