And the plutonium needed for it is now available in every corner drugstore.
...assuming it's grass fed and not factory produced, which is also far less cruel to the animals and doesn't require high doses of antibiotics. Factory farming requires more plant input per calorie of output than if people simply ate the plants, resulting in more deaths from farming alone. Grazing requires quite a bit of land per calorie of output, and IIRC we'd have to cut down lots of rain forests to feed all 7 billion people that way.
It's not "UNREGULATED", it's unlicensed. Similar to CB radio, you don't need a license to operate a device transmitting on this band. There are explicit regulations Title 47 CFR Part 15. 15.5 part C specifically says that you're not allowed to cause harmful interference. http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/C...
If it were unregulated, it would be perfectly legal for me to set up a 100MW transmitter adjacent to your university broadcasting noise on the wifi band.
They get the money to buy off congress from their customers. This is as much the fault of the consumer as it is the fault of the factory farms.
Isn't this normally a bad idea as a non-root account can listen on those non-reserved ports should yourprimary daemon die or get restarted?
At least it's not molasses: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B...
They'll sell ammonia for only slightly less than the equivalent amount of gasoline and increase their profits. The oil industry has been known in the past to fix prices through cabals.
When the revenue of such a decision is greater than the expenses, they will do it.
What was the plan for fixing the Mac from the 80s if it broke? I wouldn't want to risk a multi-million dollar operation on being able to find an old mac for sale on ebay. You'd have to really hope that the installer floppies were sufficiently backed up and that you could find a floppy drive from that era that didn't have too much dust in it to function.
For people who aren't aware:
"I responded in what I thought was the most truthful, or least untruthful manner by saying no."
Gas taxes, license fees, tolls, etc. only pay for 51% of what the federal government spends on the roads that your car is on, with general tax dollars filling in the rest. Why stop at just subsidizing the roads themselves?
The fully automatic modes have to be much better than humans before people will accept them. If you ride in the front train of a Chicago CTA train, you can hear the overspeed warning beeping from the operator cabin about every 10 seconds. If the operator ignores it, the train will automatically shut down to prevent the train from derailing.
Or his wife...
If need that 20ms transaction to be done in 2ms, it really helps to have the analytical thinking skills developed from taking advanced math in order to understand how your database executes the query.
Do you interview all of the parents of your children's friends to make sure they don't have a gun in their home?