actually, if you were dealing in bitcoin in 2012, you're probably wealthy enough so that you should just bail out of the u.s. and go to a civilized country.
It does me no good to read stuff I can't share.
this is a boondoggle. pork for a few politically connected beaurocrats in labcoats.
that a government would want to prevent people from coming or going is a pretty strong indication that the country in question is a squalid hell-hole of human oppression.
the centrally planned fusion research program is a huge waste of money, always has been, always will be. a serious research program, in the public interest, would fund diverse approaches to fusion energy technology. ITER is a hogslop feeding trough for a politically connected minority of researchers.
cut out corruption and you will find that the hot fusion budget shrinks by orders of magnitude.
heck, we didn't respond to an unarmed invasion - why would response to an armed invasion be any more robust?
naval power is kind of a joke in unlimited war. even modern FAEs could wipe out a carrier battle group very quickly, ignoring tactical nukes.
That pretty much describes Japan nowadays.
Anyhow, it would be criminal not to arm with nukes, given China's aggressive posture.
history doesn't repeat. it merely rhymes.
what passes for "reality" in GB is a sad, soggy cardboard puppet theatre. would you like some tony blair with your crisps?
he advised the disciples to arm themselves on one recorded occasion. like everything else he said there's about a 99% chance that the meaning is not obvious to the naive reader.
There is now.
Regardless of evidence.
Legislating what is science is a very very bad idea. To cast this is stark terms: Argument from evidence has been outlawed in Great Britain.
I would point out that many creationists are both atheists and scientists.