I find it arrogant for any group to tell another they can't handle the truth, so to speak. Maybe arrest records are unreliable metrics. Shouldn't adults be able to figure that out?
Samsung Nanotech Breakthrough Nearly Doubles Li-Ion Battery Capacity
Without even reading the article, I can guess what they did from my own experience: use a hole punch and flip the battery over.
I rate our existential risks, in descending order:
1. Space alien invasion
3. Giant monsters summoned by radioactivity
4. Unusually intelligent apes
5. Artificial Intelligence run wild
6. Dinosaurs recreated from DNA in mosquitoes
Tax fuel. Tax electricity. Those work.
People without kids pay property tax to fund schools because there's a public good. Why on earth would we want in this case to create a complex and intrusive system to tax precisely according to usage when in others we grossly abstract taxation away from usage?
Investors and directors think the assets are more valuable combined than separated. Of course they think that, or else they would just sell the assets.
I find it's the millennials that are getting more stressful.
Since modern Star Wars cinema looks like a video game, this isn't much a stretch.
Were you looking at the job site on a personal or work computer?
I hate it when you see someone posting the same tripe across all their social networks. No one on LinkedIn cares what you ate for lunch.
Right, if you're going to put a beef tripe on Facebook, put a pork tripe on LinkedIn.
I think the real question is how often do we have scenes with two robots in them, talking about something other than humans.
No, not really.
Have they tried pumping large amounts of oil into the ground to push the water out?
I can see fathers objecting to their daughter's suitors on the grounds that they are GMOs. They'll start to demand labeling.
Until a few months ago, I carried a Blackberry for work a physical keyboard. The keyboard was nice and I miss it.
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Scientifically, I agree the clone should qualify.
But how is this an issue for the courts? Why should there be a legal definition of a certified quarter horse?
I just think if a dorky organization wants to certify horses that exclude clones, they should be able to until such time as it comes becomes bankrupt.