"The Future" isn't an adjective; it's a noun.
I tried very hard to "migrate" from Windows to Linux (Ubuntu) and found it impossible. Literally. I got an earlier form of Ubuntu installed on this computer, pretty screen, and none of the programs worked (wouldn't update, either.) I tried the latest 13.0 by downloading it to my thumb drive. It REALLY wants to be on a disc and won't really install from a thumb drive. Okay, disc in the computer--won't copy. Eventually I think to check file sizes and sure enough, the dummies made a file 84,000+ kb bigger than what a disc holds. Even Windows doesn't do that.
"Marathon Bomb" candy was a few millimeters from being my answer of choice for mere hilarity of it.
This only works when someone explains the non-existent mechanism by which ONLY laevo-rotary DNA molecules were selected . . . because any random assembly not only has the molecule as quickly disassembled but also randomly assembles an equal number of laevo-rotary and dextra-rotary DNA molecules. The latter are not only useless but dangerous to life. Thus, these notions about space rocks are only distractions.
Have it upload it's data to a remote location via ethernet.
Earphones playing white noise.
Earth-based or Mars-originated? Let's know that before we go claiming anything.
Molecules mean nothing. When y'all figure out how to use random methods to arrange ALL of the amino acids laevo-rotarily, we'll talk.
Is anyone testing for whether that "find" came from earth in first place?
The real "At-The-End-Of-The-Day" is does the thing even install onto a drive easily? Or must one know the secret code, hidden file, magic mumbo jumbo to make it actually work? Windows is popular because it's USABLE. When these other OS are as usable as Windows, they'll begin replacing it.
Unsaid here are two related things: many reject "science falsely so-called," the malarkey put forth as "THIS IS SCIENCE!" when it has zero evidence behind it but lots (and lots) of suppositions; then there are the multiple times such "scientists" have outright lied to promote their favorite notions. In summary, these folks who prefer free markets are the folks WHO REMEMBER. Leave aside your insults and merely chew on that fact for a while.
"I find this fact completely fascinating, because I don’t know that anyone has ever asked how much data a living thing truly holds." To posit that information came from ignorance (vacuum, nothing) is astonishing. To posit that it arose with a mere 13,700,000,000 years boggles the mind at the imagination of some people.
"The Tripods" trilogy by author John Christopher
Save "The Wrath of Khan" for later or last, as it's the best of the "T.O.S." movies ("First Contact" is the best of the "TNG" movies.) Start with "Where No Man Has Gone Before" (star Sally Kellerman shows the early influence). Then merely show the best, while including story-important episodes such as "The Trouble with Tribbles," "A Private Little War," etc. to show the evolution of the Federation's relationship with the Klingons. Then "Balance of Terror," "The Enterprise Incident," etc. for the Romulans.
So what? Chimpanzees have at most 80% DNA similarity with humans. Or have you believed the hype? What a rube. Folks checking THE REST OF THE DNA have noticed that certain deceptive researchers cherry[picked which parts of the genetic code they'd sequence. Check all of it and one gets a very different story; obviously, as they wanted similarity, they only checked where they figured similarity would be, the cheaters.