China won't even let MS push out the Taiwanese IME unless you have a specially-flagged build of Windows (which I've never been able to find).
What's the difference between the Taiwanese IME and the Chinese one (assuming you can select Traditional)?
And Taiwan is "protected" by the US, so they'll likely do better than Tibet did.
The solution would seem to be the university publishing all the unpublished articles, peer reviewed by others in the same system. They'd be published, and if they can't pass a peer review, that should come out.
It's the government's job to prove your guilt, not your job to prove your innocence.
He wasn't accused of a crime, so the government didn't need to prove guilt. He was ordered in a divorce proceeding to provide the money he was shown to have, or prove he no longer has it. He refused to do either, so was held in contempt. He was "proven" to have committed the crime of not obeying the court. That was the only "crime" committed.
Thanks for the suggestion, but I already have a high efficiency heat pump and according to the Geothermal Savings Calculator my annual cooling savings is only $471/yr (heating is only $255/yr).
At least by supplementing my electrical source with solar energy, I can use any possible excess on lighting or appliances.
Willfully obtuse. Anyone who's passed 2nd grade civics knows it's the government's job to prove your guilt (hiding the money), not your job to prove your innocence(money was spent).
You are the one that's willfully obtuse. The government proved he had possession. He then deliberately hid it from the government, so the government can't "prove" anything past that point. That is sufficient to hold him in contempt for not providing the money known to exist, or proof it no longer exists.
He claimed he was defrauded. Then refused to file a fraud complaint against the person (or persons) who defrauded him. The inconsistent behavior and proof he had the money, but no indication of where it went after he deliberately hid it.
Is 2% more time on you travel worth more than your life?
Yes. When "my life" is a 0.00000001% chance of a terrorist attack.
The bigger issue is the range. the 1gb DSL only has a 100m-200m effective range. 250m is the best and will rarely happen. DSL also consumes a lot more power, almost a magnitude more when you include everything.
The other issue is the uplink ports. I can get a 1gb fiber port with a 20km range that uses 0.5watts max for about $100 on my switch at home. 10gb ports, start around $2k for 100m stretches, and get up to $5k quickly when you need distances in km units. These DSL boxes with 1gb ports are going to need 10gb uplinks if they want to even remotely handle the rates they claim. I bet you're going to be looking at $10k for a line card and $5k for the uplinks. That's already $15k.
I think you meant to say is "Bitcoin ISN'T US Currency". It still has value and used in the trade of goods and commodities. It is a local currency (aka community currency).
Yes, they were demanding that he prove a negative, which is of course impossible to do.
So receipts are imaginary? He "spent" the money, and couldn't prove the positive that he spent the money.
If the government couldn't prove that he still had the money, the government had no business holding him.
You are asking the government to prove the negative. That he didn't spend the money.