Well, it was entertaining to see Darwinism in action.
There is no constitutional right to privacy, nor to work.
If you say so.
Therefore employers, including the government, have a right to know what you post on Facebook.
This is not a valid inference from the previous statement.
The GP already made it CLEAR that the == operator is not a statement of equivalence.
The particular choice of operator for equality in a predicate cannot influence whether the predicate is being logically asserted, i.e. holds for all valuations, or is just a free-standing formula. To make it clear that it was an assertion, it should have been written with a turnstile in front:
|- RTFA == WTFV
Apparently travel is expensive as those Coulombians are always charged...
FTFA (first line):
How did a 78-ton boulder travel 17 miles above high water, 130 meters inland?
This is the start of an entirely different news article that I can complete in two words: it didn't.
500 kw/h per day is even more nonsensical. Energy over time cubed?
As a watt is a joule per second, isn't 500kW/h actually energy over time squared?
Maybe they meant kWh per day. That would almost make sense, but come on...
...just use (suitably scaled) kW!
(I only joke because there were no fatalities!)
How do you know? I cannot find an article saying all residents have been accounted for.
Launch was in February. Farnell says that EARLIEST date is June. It all stinks. I feel scammed. Its one thing to be incompetent, its another to constantly lie.
I'm curious - what happened when you asked for your money back?