I thought that's never been a consideration before.
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I don't want my 12-year-old daughter to see that definition
Please don't perpetuate your prudery into the next generation.
Please do not dictate how I should raise my children.
Please leave my society. As long as you are living in it, your children are as much my responsibility as yours.
Diamonds are actually a worthless gemstone in terms of true scarcity. If not for the DeBeer's cartel, they would be worth the same as topaz.
Actually, it's commonly thought due to various imaging evidence that Titan basically has vast seas of petroleum sloshing around on it.
Last I checked, the US could make all of the North's soil uninhabitable with just a handful of bombs.
I think the North Koreans have already beat them to it.
So, they'll still be prone to bacteriophage viruses right?
I think those will now be referred to as patches.
In this case: Norton Virus
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD
too much time on his hands...
By that same token, you might consider their site offering you a page of data an implicit agreement to YOUR contract (the one that says you own all data that is given to your browser and expect royalties), no?
also has no warnings against sticking it up your nose, yet WHY didn't she attempt this, eh?
Make it impossible to sell for less than the stock was bought, have a circuit breaker that kicks in anytime a stock drops by even a penny. Everybody wins, yay money is fiction!
Jeremy is right, that algorithm is so convoluted and complicatedly random that they COULDN'T rig the votes, even if they wanted to. Nobody understands how it works anymore. BUT the story is right too... The sales people DO make those claims.
In this case, you have to "measure" the particle in a particular way to retrieve the energy, and that way depends on what happened to the particle on the other side while the energy is being "pumped in" (so you cannot know in advance).
So you take a trillions and trillions and trillions of particles, and start measuring them randomly at once... Eventually you get lucky, and one of them gives you a return on energy. Poof, instant information transfer, but without having the data that you "needed" to do it. No waiting in line!