With biologists getting closer and closer to reversing the aging process in human cells
You can't tell people not to reproduce and you can't kill people to preserve resources and space.
I think you can. On occasion, this has actually happened.
not enough medical care
Why? I thought doctors and nurses started out as people, so if you have more people you have more raw material for making doctors & nurses.
The entire article is built on sand.
During this time they shot over 70,000 images, which were combined in to the giant 365 Gigapxiel panorama using a special robotic head with a long 400mm telephoto lens (and a 2x Extender).
I don't think so.
I think it's more likely that they shot over 70,000 images using a special robotic head with a long 400mm telephoto lens, which were combined in to the giant 365 Gigapxiel[sic] panorama.
Say that to the Vietnamese boat people.
Presumably you mean the ones who didn't drown. They did get lucky, compared to the others.
to for surveillance of properties
Protip: if you're not sure which preposition to use, put both.
hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraq's
Protip: try to pair up your errors, and hope that one masks the other.
Reverting the Windows 8 start screen
So he did the needful?
it also kept legitimate commercial entities doing business with the software
How did it do that? By threatening to kill their pets if they stopped?
So: how would you go about making a Chromebook-like laptop? Yes, I could just install any Linux distro, and then restrain myself from installing most apps other than a browser and a few utilities, but that's not quite the same; ChromeOS is nicely polished, and very pared down; it also seems to do well with low-memory systems (lots of the current models have just 2GB, which brings many Linux distros to a disk-swapping crawl), and starts up nicely quick.
It looks like the most "authentic" thing would be to dive into building Chromium OS (which looks like a fun hobby), but I'd like to find something more like Cr OS — only Cr OS hasn't been updated in quite a while. Perhaps some other browser-centric pared-down Linux would work as well. How would you build a system? And should I go ahead and order some low-end 16GB SSDs, which I now see from online vendors for less than $25?
The Claudico super computer uses an algorithm to account for gargantuan amounts of complexity by representing the number of possible Heads-Up No-limit Texas Hold'em decisions.
Ummm, wrong. It's the other way round. You don't put shoes on by keeping your feet warm, do you?