* Why does something exist rather than not? * What is time? * Why do people laugh at Don Rickles?
I used Protter and Morrey, lo these many decades ago.
Back to global cooling?
I remember when Byte was 600+ pages, and could break a nerd's arm when it was picked up.
Crypto-ideologue replaced by overt ideologue.
The world is neither a faculty lounge nor a museum. It's a Darwinian battlefield where those who can, do (for as long as they can), while those who can't, fall. But you'll find that out soon enough.
Government control expands. How long until they implant chips in citizens, to shut them down at will?
How about an app that tracks who's tracking you, then mails thousands of junk e-mails to every officer in the companies tracking you.
Whew! I was worried.
This, too, is caused by Global Whatevering.
Silly. Every major country has multiple agencies that conduct Internet espionage. Canada, for example.
The end of Moore's law is a concern only if it is assumed that transistors will be used indefinitely.
We all get cancer many times in our lives, but our immune system normally eliminates it without our awareness of the close call. The problem with most cancers is that they are not cause by something present, a mutagenic virus, for example. Instead they result from something absent, a healthy, raring-to-go immune system. Therefore the focus should be on boosting the immune system.
In a word, seignorage, the profit made by a government by issuing currency, esp. the difference between the face value of coins and their production costs. No government would sacrifice that.
If the NSA were on the ball, it would release mountains of spurious, preposterous information to muddy the waters and discredit what's-his-spying-ass-name. Plus any scraps of gossip (real or not) might discourage the misguided critter.