Gold is a terrible currency, the most overvalued material on earth. It has almost no real value. Its only practical use is as a corrosion resistant connector in basic electronics.
The currency that has had the most steady value in terms of a laborers wage over the last 4 thousand years is beer.
I'll trade you any amount of beer you want for it's weight in gold
everyone would know within hours of discovery
Except in this case where it's been just over a hundred years...
How irrational of me.
Imaginary my surprise!
multiply yourself by your complex conjugate
If you were the President and you knew about this impending doom, would you decide to alert your country?
DO you notice a trend that the US government seems to think that the more money we put into something (and fail), the more ADDITIONAL funding is used to push ourselves deeper into the void...?
What the F. Give me my money back!
So China is going to win a cyber war because they believe that the universe and its parts are interconnected?? What kind of opium is this guy smoking?
Why is it that Chinese students come to the U.S. to learn? Why is it that they in turn are constantly trying to hack into our networks thousands of times a day to steal our information? I'm sick of people undervaluing the U.S. for no good reason. Clearly this author doesn't know anything about what he's talking about, getting all philosophical like this. SHEEEITTTTTTTTTTT
we all know researchers don't take business decisions
haha. Not the real researchers, anyway.