That wasn't removed after you had purchased it though, was it?
that it is often outgoing flights that are the most scanned/vetted. Chances are the US have put their foot down asking other countries to implement more stringent security to check for danger to flights going to the US. Same as it was here in the UK
+1 for using the insult spoon!
It's quite amusing really. With 800 million users and 50% of them logging on every day (Facebook's stats, not stating they are correct), virtual currencies, ways to communicate and now the fact that to power one website, it requires more energy than a state, do you think there is a chance that we'll get some sort of virtual political presence, with countries banding together to form internet UNs, military coups and dictatorships, just like in the real world? Take the following scenario: - The internet becomes a second "world", not restricted to any particular country but, as it should be, a truly free medium made up of nodes surrounding the globe. (possibly moon hosted facilities to try to make it truly independent) - As a world, you start to get "countries". Facebook, youtube, google. - They get political power to shape the internet and form standards, rules and potentially laws based on it. - Anonymous (bit scary), another UN style thing (in which case do anonymous become terrorists?) or nobody at all policies it, leading to extremely fun sci-fi anarchistic environments So, given that situation, what do you see happening?
Seems a bit weird to respond to a scientific discussion, with scientific proof and evidence, with an article that says "No scientific evidence supports this claim". It's equivalent to sitting in an evolution debate and proposing the idea of creationism.