Seems to me that by ratifying this Canada can no longer support the extreme measures reported of the TPP. South Korea is apparently interested in joining the negotiations on that deal too. Then again, consistency has never been a politician's friend. Their friends in Big Business rely on the inconsistencies for maximum payouts through lawsuits.
Slashdot poses scenarios to further profile their users to generate more data sales.
Is it just me or does anyone else think this is a bit screwy? What happens to your copyright if you never die or due to medical breakthroughs live for 500 years?
How long before these laws get tweaked so that corporations get lumped in with humans, can they die? Are they like the Borg with smaller companies getting assimilated into the collective and thus never dying for so long as some other company is prepared to buy up the parts still valuable?
Earth rotates, the moon not so much, so while there is a high tide and a low tide in the oceans of the Earth due to the moons orbit, the gravitational pull of the Earth on the moon is always in the same direction. There may well be some stretching in the moon from centripetal forces and indeed there are other forces not being taken into account such as the rotation of the Earth-Moon system around the sun or the Solar system around the Galaxy.
I don't think you know what you are talking about any more than I do.
I would hazard a guess that if the core is more liquid than the crust then the Earth's gravity might tend to draw it towards the near side more when it gets hit on that side than the far side. Hits on the far side might be more restrained as there is not as much expansion pressure. Over millions of years the effect could become quite pronounced.
Just talking through my hat, of course, and probably full of it.
I threw it on the fire when we burnt Alexandria.
Can I claim that anything I do on my Ubuntu computer is published by me and thus covered by copyright? I do not own the operating system and the company can access what I do in dash so isn't it like I am publishing my activities to them and their clients? Hit them with a take-down notice.
I admit this thought is not well formulated buy it is the germ of an idea, no?
I never liked Ubuntu from the getgo and like it even less now but I have to admit that it has produced some benefits to the Linux community.
Don't tell me who did it, I want to figure out who killed Laura Palmer all on my own!