If you beloeve anything is immune from manipulation you are either monumentally naive or intrntionally ignorant.
"Real" currencies have the value of national and transnational economies behind them. What does bitcoin have backing it up?
They haven't seen it because supporters of bitcoin are blinded by ideology. They can't see that their rejection of "fiat currency" should cause them to reject bit coin as well. Ironically it's because they have faith in bitcoin itself.
What catalyst are you referring to? The purpose of the salt dump is to disperse the fuel into a subcritical geometry.
Wish I had points to up vote you.
I don't need a new car, and probably won't for a few years. But this will be my next car when I'm ready to buy one.
Politics can influence economics through overly stringent regulation.
I have yet to have that problem with the new java8 install on osx.
Are you astroturfing?
My experience is the opposite. My former company recently lost funding and I lost my health insurance. Luckily the ACA kicked in soon after and I got coverage for about $1000 per month *less* than the last time I was on COBRA. And I'll seriously consider keeping the coverage once I get another job.
Wish I had mod points for you. +1
In light of the anti-nuclear propaganda lies spreading FUD about Fukushima does anyone believe any news about it at all anymore?
So a bunch of people believing they could get massive loans for overpriced houses didn't affect the wider economy back in 2008? They were just risking their own money, after all.
What does that have to do with anything?
And believing in bitcoin would make this better?