The "other" wasn't owned by Dow until 17 years after the accident, so I think bringing it up as an example of Dow having a dual-mind about safety is completely out of place.
$30k for the salary (which is very low for California), but then there's all the other related expenses - all the benefits, and possibly expenses like a patrol car. I'm still unsure about $200k, but it's definitely way more than the salary that they're paying for at that price.
There's some places, like most of the states near where I live, that have similar laws - pass on the left, stay to the right. It doesn't matter, people do it anyway, even people from in the state.
Possibly valid, but the estimate in question seems to only be based in a remark by Dow Chemical's CTO. Not exactly the kind of thing that you'd expect to be news alone. In fact, the article is about the safety procedures they've implemented at University of Minnesota in conjunction with Dow, not a comparison between industry and academia as the title implies.
It's not based in copyright claims, though. It's based on an invalid contract.
Think what you will, accuracy be damned.
I almost feel bad whooshing someone with a 5 digit ID. Almost.
Considering how Intel managed to go from NetBurst (massively power-hungry) to Haswell (very power efficient), I wouldn't doubt their ability to out-engineer the companies currently designing ARM chips.
Pretty much, that's what I'd be worried about, and I actually run Cerberus, which provides exactly this type of functionality. Maybe carriers should be required to provide information about other companies that provide these types of service, which would solve the problem without locking an entire industry into a single solution which is easier to break.
That would be local governments and not the federal or state, AFAIK, but you might have some more insight into that. Just bringing it up since your post makes it sound like the federal government caused this.
It's relevant because you can use a service like Middlecoin and gain more bitcoins per time unit and per watt than by mining Bitcoin directly.
Not quite, and totally not. source
Sounds like you're making the same mistake the guys designing the suits made. You don't tell athletes, who are well trained and practiced in speed skating a certain way to change their form to accommodate a new suit design. You design the suit for the preexisting use case, and if you failed to consider something, like the fact that the top tier skaters skate with a lower stance than the derp from the office did during your R&D test runs, it's a design flaw.
You didn't manage to find Titanium Backup Pro + (Dropbox | Box | Google Drive)? You clearly didn't look very hard.
The IOC is self-funded, from selling the broadcast rights and corporate sponsorships. NOCs are funded jointly by the IOC and their respective nations; NOCs of poorer nations get more funding from the IOC than richer nations.