It's got nothing to do with holding it at right angles. It's a question of orthographic projection vs perspective projection. You're expecting orthographic projection, but it's actually perspective projection.
You're displaying a fundamental misunderstanding of perspective. The way to hide the projection is to view it from up close, not a long way away. In the same way that you can see a 3 foot house chimney from a distance but you can't see it when you are standing a few feet from the door.
In fact, the Ozone hole was there the first time it was recorded.
Not even close. Ozone levels in Antarctica started being recorded in 1956 and the ozone hole didn't appear until the 1980's. Here's the graph.
Read just about any science and you get the same thing. Everything in science is subject to revision pending new information. When you see words like "very likely" or "extremely likely" as a layman you can consider it settled science.
Correct, however for those who do the maths, energy captured due to CO2 absorption (all else ignored) has a T^3 factor. Blackbody radiation (the heat emitted to space) has a T^4 component. When you do the maths, temperature rise is logrithmic with CO2 proportion. Basically, temperature rise is quoted for a doubling in CO2. Say 1.2 degrees - to get another 1.2 degrees, you need to double again etc.
Now to try to make it scarier, you can introduce feedback - so the hotter it gets, the rate of increase get faster to offset the logrithmic CO2/T. The trouble is that whilst the temperature increase due to CO2 has been tested time and again, and uses sound physics principles, the feedback is more or less guess work. Models are tweaked with new feedback terms until they match previous years...
You were doing so well then you just sailed right off the tracks. On what basis do you claim that feedback is more or less guesswork? Models are not tweaked to match previous years. Any adjustments are made on the basis of better understanding of the physics involved.
"is it really possible to express an idea in code that one cannot express in one's native language?"
Tell that to conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt, who said he believes semi-automatic rifles are great for women because they don't have to worry so much about aiming.
Believe it or not, this is a common trope in the gun community. They need lots of bullets in case they miss.
You will find that all of those quotes except that of George Mason are fraudulent.
The actual Thomas Jefferson quote is, “No freeman shall be debarred the use of arms [within his own lands or tenements]“
The George Washington quote isn't found anywhere but on Second Amendment activist sites. It doesn't appear anywhere in Washington's papers. The first quote, which you attribute to Alexander Hamilton, is usually attributed to Samuel Adams. The only problem is, Adams never said it either.
That's the thing about this Second Amendment "movement", which as I said, started in the 1980s. They lie. They make stuff up. Maybe they don't realize that people can check these things, or maybe they don't care. As I said above, it tells you everything you need to know about the intellectual honesty of the pro-gun movement.
Please, explain in what way there aren't talented?
It's fine you don't like their music, but to say they don't have talent indicate you have some professional music creation detail they are doing wrong.
Wrong notes? off timing?
I look forward to a detail analysis of their work.
", but if people don't want to hear U2 from their own music collection, they shouldn't have to."
When did Apple force anyone to listen to it?
It wouldn't be stuck in your library if you setting didn't allow for it.
Modded insightful because you think making music isn't real work?
Idiots, all of them.
I wonder what you consider real work?
Accept you would violate several laws in doing so.
However, if you give me your address, I"ll be happy to send you a book on logical thinking, as well as the proper want to go about finding a therapist.
Apple thinks it can give someone a gift, and trust that person setting to accurate reflect the user.
" I want my library to be composed of material I choose, not apple."
The turn off that damn feature., IT's not Apples fault you don't know how to use your phone.
I bet you are so outrage, you'll get rid of all your Apple stuff, right? what's that? you won't? Then you don't care that much. do you?
Yes, it is overblown. People got a free album. It was downloaded to device that were set to allow automatic downloads. End of story.
You can be a hypocrite and still realize change needs to be made. When you are entrenched in a system, you can only change it from inside the system.