The problem here is that there's a low-grade civil war brewing in Crimea after Russia's invasion.
There are no civil wars in Crimea right now, this disruption happened in Ukraine, outside of Crimea. Moreover this will harm more the faltering economy of Ukraine, that is paid for its supply of energy, than Crimea.
An test aiming to measure support for modern "html5" should not award bonus points for non-standard (speech apis)
Webaudio is a W3C standard.
It is not deprecated in HTML5, it will be in HTML5.1, and deprecated does not mean removed.
outright rejected features (websql).
In fact it does not award points for it: it is listed, but its inclusion does not award any points. Firefox does not nahve it and it still gets 35/35 points in that test.
The keygen feature has been deprecated.
It has not. It is in the current standard (HTML5). It will be probably deprecated in HTML5.1, but that again doesn't mean that it shouldn't be supported. It will be probably removed in HTML5.2, but HTML5.2 is at least two years away from being released..
Still all of that is besides the point. When autopsies are performed, any cancers are noted even when the patient dies of unrelated conditions. For example almost ALL men over age 80 and ALL men above 90 have prostate cancer, although most of them die from something else. So yes you're right in that cancer can go undetected. But you are wrong in thinking we don't know exactly what the "normal" amount of cancer is in a population.
Are you suggesting that every dead person gets a full autopsy? Because that is not even close to be true.
About cancer and tumors: you're right, but I don't think that who wrote this article knows the difference.
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