Not true. Around 2000-ish, your only options were IE (crap), Netscape (at the end of its life it was a crashy, bloated warthog), and Opera (yay, ads). Of those three, IE was the most palatable (I'm not going to pay for a browser). Even open-source Mozilla, when it first came out, was unbearably huge. Now, when Firefox née Phoenix came out, I was done with IE forever and ever, amen. But before that it was the best of the bunch, for better or worse.
Because blinding lasers are designed to maim and not kill, they are considered to fall under the Geneva Protocol. For the most part, these energy weapons are not for anti-personnel usage, but rather anti-vehicular or anti-missile usage.
Bennett Haselton and Nerval's Lobster.
Did the submitter get this off of Spurious Correlations?
He's not an editor.
My mama was a saint. Take it back.
The change makes it look worse, not better. The changes were solicited Hillary's campaign, themselves. http://www.politico.com/blogs/...
One of the reporters of the story, Michael Schmidt, explained early Friday that the Clinton campaign had complained about the story to the Times.
“It was a response to complaints we received from the Clinton camp that we thought were reasonable, and we made them,” Schmidt said.
It would be pretty hard to debug, would it not?
First of all, if you are “neutral” on the horrific abuse many women have suffered at the hands of Gamergate, you are a part of the problem.
And this is why we can't have grown-up conversations. Even the mere thought that there might be anything of merit on the GG side is tantamount to a rape threat. It's intolerant and childish.
According to this code, no one is too dumb to use the internet, considering that haveOnlineGeneticProvile will likely be undefined.
Correction: It's GNU/Stallman.
The "for the sake of argument" was strongly implied.
If it's been 400 years since the Maunder Minimum, and assuming we peak on temperature right now, wouldn't that mean the new minimum is still a problem for our [great-]+grandchildren?
Nothing less than access to a nuke in 10 years, probably.
Theology can't be taught from a neutral viewpoint because it only exists in the context of the religion that the theologian believes. Theology can include philosophy but it is invariably tainted by the specific religion that the theologian embraces.
All philosophies depend on presuppositions. If the presuppositions are wrong, then everything that comes from those premises cannot be reasonable sustained. But that's the point. Science takes this a step further by adding the deductive property of falsifiability to test the presuppositions for truth.