I think this is a dupe from about 4 or 5 articles back.
It is true in all countries where the current ruler(s) have the ability to alter the vote count to suit themselves - i.e not usually a 1st world democracy.
Remember, "accident" includes the time I hit the "no parking" sign with my wing and knocked it over The number of crashes where the passengers died because no one could find them is fairly small and almost nonexistant with commercial jet airplanes. If the people were alive the emergency beacons on the plane would also have survived and would have been picked upo by now. The new 406 MHZ beacons work very well.
Well I kind of did that. I fly my family myself with no one I don't know on the plane.
What I meant wasn't that we can do anything at all with chemicals - it was more along the lines that if you want to expand the borders of "chemistry", the science you are studying has moved beyond classical chemistry into molecular physics.
Disagree. XP is a total security nightmare. My elderly relatives are forever clicking on the wrong thing and hosing up their machines. I gave my wife a Linux Mint machine and she adapted to it in about 5 seconds. It is MUCH closer to XP than Windows 8 is! Also the ability of normal users to "click here" and screw it up is pretty low.
I think I read there really is no more "chemistry" left to investigate. Apparently it has moved on to molecular physics. Kind of like Newtonian physics are as settled as can be. The bordlines have moved far beyond them by now.
You own NO air above you or your house. The FAA regulates everything or flying would be impossible with a patchwork of 5,000 local laws. Just FYI, if I am flying my own airplane over your house I am legally required to be 500 feet away from you in the country and 1,000 feet above you in a populated area.
AFAIK Venuzuela has one of the highest - if not the highest - murder rates of any country on the planet.
Not sure if you have been eating the bottom paint or what, but lead keels do NOT blister or leach AT ALL. That is one reason we like them, as opposed to crappy iron keels that rust and spall all the paint off. My boat is 40 years old and I have had exactly zero problems with my 5,000 pound lead keel in all that time. Also note that lead ballasted powerboats are very rare and lead ballasted barges do not exist.
Don't get too worried. Annual USA avgas consumption is 0.14% of car gas consumption. Of course the government, by mandating alcohol in gas, removed the ability of about 80% of the fleet to run on nice lead free car gas. Now I use toxic TEL in my gas AND use toxic TCP to keep the engine from getting lead fouled. Good going EPA - NOT!
Lead ballast does not disolve in water. I would be pretty unhappy if it did, my boat would lose stability every year!
Speaking of morons, the FCC could not care less what you do with drones as long as the radio is licensed correctly
I am sure there are 12 year olds on here. As for the FAA - commercial pilot here speaking - they are VERY good at figuring out anything that even smells like commercial ops.
I thought you could not get to the edge and look back. IIRC the universe is made to work "asteroids game" style so when you get to the left hand edge of it you just end up over on the right hand side going back in.