So if corporations are people, does this give creditors a legal right to digital assets of companies incorporated in Delaware after bankruptcy?
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man."
- George Bernard Shaw
As with a lot of Pratchett jokes, it's a lot bigger on the inside:
and of course:
Actually it's not a gene, it's a micro RNA.
A gene is like a blueprint for a protein. This a chunk of DNA that encodes and RNA which in turn up and down regulates other genes. It's not a great metaphor but you might think of it as like the scaffolding used to build a house rather than the blueprints.
Technically it's an active ingredient in cocoa beans.
In order for it to be good for you, it's necessary to treat the bean differently from the farm to the bar.
You can buy the active ingredient on it's own. And it really is genuinely good for your heart.
Here's a paper in a peer reviewed journal with some evidence for you:
...and increases the risk of obesity by remodelling the lipid bilayer.
Or as they say, 'everything is a remix'.
In turnover terms, Sky is around 50% bigger than the BBC and it's Australian owned.
But really, I'm talking more about services like Facebook or Skype.
IMO, this is about moving money to ISPs who are (in the UK) generally local companies whereas service providers are often foreign owned.
Net neutrality should probably be a WTO issue.
"This could have broad application in the developing world, where experienced opticians and diagnostic equipment are hard to come by"
but Nexus ones and iPhone 4s grow on trees.
get over yourselves.