And what does any of that have to do with getting a patent on said compound?
Which says nothing about the claim. Well actually I guess is disproves it via counter example if you now saying those are two examples of what you claimed was impossible?
It seemed easy to make that conclusion from the advertisements.
So it's not possible for a non-idiot to be smart enough to intentionally write something that an idiot would like?
Do you have any actual evidence for that remarkable claim?
Clearly they don't agree. There a re plenty of pro-choice people who believe:
* Abortion should always be available and without needing a reason.
That's not just "different contexts" from your view.
The flu kills people who are already sick (or elderly or infants) before they got the flu.
Ebola kills people who are perfectly healthy at the time of infection.
Which you certainly knew, but just decided to be deceptive about.
The constitution is not granting those rights. They are inalienable preexisting self evident natural rights. The constitution merely says that the people have not surrendered those rights (which given they are inalienable shouldn't be necessary to state in the first place) and thus the Government can not infringe upon them.
And no that is not just a "technicality". This belief that the constitution grants rights is one of the factors that ha seen those very rights infringed upon.
The people have granted things to the government, not the other way round.
So by your definitions package delivery is a monopoly, since even though I can choose between Fedex, DHL, UPS, and USPS they all end up getting to my house on the same government run road.
Heat rises, does not sink.
Huh? Given the mass energy equivalence a hot object is heavier than a cold object, so no heat does not rise. Of course that effect is so tiny as to be irrelevant...
Sure hot air rises, because the density of air decreases with increasing temperature. Water is trickier since there's a density maxima at 4C and so if water is below 4C then heating it will make it dense and thus sink... That's part of the reason that lakes have warmer water at the bottom in winter.
Not for you apparently.
Sure, but the post you replied to explicitly stated that car registration was state based in Australia. Making it obvious hat they meant by "the US not getting it right" - that the way it seems to be handled in the various jurisdictions in the US isn't as good as the way it is handled in the various jurisidictions in Australia. Whether that is true or not is another matter, but it has nothing to do with federalism and state rights.
Right, whether you actually are or are not a bad guy has no influence on the amount of fuckage that will be rendered.
DNS predate URLs. So no DNS did not "then" come up.
In 1996 - http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc... - earlier if you count the prior drafts.