A lot of people who complain about government are people who would like to terminate most, if not all, labor protections. They bury that desire in ideological ruminations, and have convinced vast legions of rubes that the only good government is a non existent government, and somehow the magic of market forces will protect workers.
You realize calling the Big Bang an "explosion" is a metaphor, right?
You're giving me a conspiracy theory with a fuckton of assumptions and unsupported allegations.
tl;dr: conservative SF authors are victims because people like other authors' works better.
You're moving the goalposts and positing a conspiracy theory.
tl;dr: conservatives are victims because the fans don't want to read their output.
Please sing the lyric to the tune of Developers, Developers
Nothing to see here (if you have no soul whatsoever), move along (and let the real scientists do their thing so you can have your hoverboards and replicators 50 years from now).
I do have a question for the serious participants in this discussion, however... Since the Muon counts as 40,000 (200^2) times more sensitive to unexpected effects than the electron, why not work with the Tau instead, which should have a whopping 1.2e7 times more sensitivity?
The fact that you consider "feminist" to be an insult says it all.
That is the reason.
Not every GMO contains nicatoids (engineers would know that). There are still some kids in China who could use yellow rice, and they definitely could export it to their neighbors.
Monsanto deserves a firey death for setting back non-psychopathic GMO's by 30 years or more.
I don't want to be another complainer, but this site is begging me to stop visiting. I am not very happy.
There's a town nearby that is behaving similar to Slashdot '14. They have a tax shortfall, so they raise taxes, and people move out. This creates a tax shortfall so, GOTO 1.
The property values have literally fallen in half in the past decade, while other area towns' properties have maintained or slightly increased, and there are many abandoned properties now (with associated problems).
Slashdot will seemingly keep increasing the "revenue enhancers" until everybody has moved out. At that point, I guess they declare victory and go home.
It's a way for mass bricking of phones should the need arise. And people will just accept it, believing it's for their own good.
Oh c'mon now, no one (over the age of 2) would behave that petulantly, right?
I agree completely. When I first started using an dreaded (an old LG keyboard phone with a JavaME spun reader I had hacked on to it) I found reading a bit of a chore. It took me a few days to get really comfortable with the seemingly small and yet ultimately pricing differences. Now I regularly read books on my smartphone and tablet without a hitch, and have noticed no recall problems.