There is a huge problem. If there is no healthy place for the fish to exist there is no place for them to come back from. One river being polluted can be cured when other waterways exist to restock the river once cleaned up. But what is happening is a holocaust of near 100% efficiency. Before 1492 we had unimaginable fish stocks in the N. Atlantic. Now we have far less than 1% of what we had back then.
I'm no fan of guns, but keep your expensive flying camera toys away from private property, or accept what might happen!
Just because it's kinda cool that everyone CAN control the position of their camera in 3-space now, doesn't mean that they should.
Me, I want Android to return the ability to selectively turn off stuff that apps can do
FYI, you can do this in BlackBerry10 OS.
I assume by 6 degrees they mean the 3 ways of sliding/strafing (forward-backward, up/down, and left-right), + the 3 ways of rotating (pitch, yaw, roll).
It just sounds funny to hear "6 degrees" - it makes me think of 1/60th of a circle - not exactly freedom.
(Loved using the University's networks to play with a few friends late at night.)
I for one welcome our semi-annual time-changing overlords.
Except when it's "spring forward" on the weekend of the Niagara Falls Ringette Tournament, which is a bad time for the kids you coach to lose an extra hour of sleep before an early morning Sunday game.
Aren't we already pretty much past the point of no return for dramatic climate change now? So when we're all in 2030, with far more noticeable effects of global warming than we have seen yet today, we're all going to dance and cheer because now China's emissions will start going down, which might mean benefits a few decades out from there? And they're going to say "Thanks so much, people of 2014" for making sure that our current suffering due to sea level rise and breathing in air pollution is going to start reversing around 2045!
In the future, you're going to get computers as prizes in breakfast cereals. You'll throw them out because your house will be littered with them.