How so? Keep in mind farmers willfully choose to use GMO seeds because it benefits them.
Ok, so those genes from bacteria didn't end up in sweet potatoes. Thanks for the correction, I guess you should tell the scientists who are actually researching this stuff that they made a mistake.
Just because you want to know something that is not worth including on a label doesn't mean they are hiding anything.
That's cute. You think that actual benefits of GMOs mean anything to the people listening to all the FUD that gets spread about them.
"Prior to the 1980s there were no GMO organisms anywhere in the world"
No, what he was doing is nothing at all like the intelligence demonstrated by John Searle's example. When Nigel carries on a conversation with someone who only speaks French without having any awareness of what he was actually saying then we can talk.
You beat me on that one. I was going to go with incandescent lights for IR heating of process tanks. Didn't think of wheels. It did get me to thinking that in semiconductor manufacture, ceramics is used in robot arms. How far does pottery go? Is it older than wheels?
Android and iOS offered an experience that people liked better than what was available before. What does Ubuntu Phone have to offer that people want and can't get elsewhere?
Citation needed.. Sorry Hillary's private server was scrubbed and not inspected. Citation for improper communications and back room deals is not found.
Many IT departments know data is leaking as the effect is seen. The Edward Snowden type leak is what a lot of companies are afraid of.
The big questions are if you have secure documents and data, are they on systems isolated from open USB ports, bluetooth, etc? Is all the devices on the secure network locked down for protection from unauthorized connections? Is the normal office IT secure?
If I am on break and pull out a smart phone and look up the Slashdot headlines, there should be no problem. If I connect my Office Laptop to my personal hotspot so I can work at home, this is a serious security problem. Doing the latter should be grounds for immediate dismissal.
Birds are usually smart enough to stay away from helicopters, aren't they?
The cars aren't connected to each other at this time, they just react to other drivers based on what they see, same as human drivers. Except much faster and without distraction.
UV is ionizing and it isn't. Depends on the frequency. The wikipedia article says that, maybe you should read it.
He's actually referring to this famous Onion article:
If other judges follow this precedent, it will be the death knell of civil litigation involving the internet in any way. I don't like how trolls do business, but I don't think changing the rules like this is a good idea overall.
This isn't changing the rules. This is following the rules.
See my article in the ABA's Judges Journal about how judges had been bending the rules for the RIAA. "Large Recording Companies v. The Defenseless: Some Common Sense Solutions to the Challenges of the RIAA Litigation". The Judges' Journal, Judicial Division of American Bar Association. Summer 2008 edition, Part 1 of The Judges Journals' 2-part series, "Access to Justice".