Somebody buried it in Second Life.
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" at a much lower risk than nuclear"
Indeed. Only if you go fishing at the foot of the concrete barrier, a mussel could drop on your head.
That's about it.
"Sympathies and violence keeps spreading. See what happened in Paris and Denmark."
A moron shooting some people?
In the US, they call that 'Tuesday'.
"Right now, we can't even repair spinal cord injuries where head and body belong to the same person. Once that becomes a routine medical procedure, we might think about head transplants and how to solve the problems associated with them."
That may very well be, but there are no people with spine injuries on the boards that decide about the grants to scientists, but many old people with a need for a young body.
"That's Frankenstein. "
First, that's _Doctor_ Frankenstein.
Victor, for my friends.
An it's pronounced Frank-on-steen!
"Anybody else's Slashdot break today?"
I had to click on every icon on the page, to try to log in.
Only when I clicked the icon with an arrow pointing to an exit door, I succeeded. (sic)
Also, why show me the crappy 'deals' stuff if I have a non-US IP, since you won't ship anything, even if I wanted it.
This has been the _worldwide_ web for a quarter of a century, assholes.
So, for the 1,250,000 illegals a year, it would only cost 32,500,000,000$ per year so that nobody would cook my dinner at Denny's anymore?
Wow! For a generation, we knew that AIs are good at playing Global Nuclear War and now they tell us it's more like Super Mario Bros?
"Previously, people with bionic hands have primarily controlled them with manual
OK, got that, we can't have 'manual' stuff with hands.
"An MP from the governing Conservative Party..."
Why am I not surprised.
The stars are also against the EU, I presume.
"No one has ever resisted looking at their phone... you can see the people just itching to check their texts. At least a watch is mildly intrusive."
Don't you just love it, when you give a speech and 2 dozen people are checking their watches every 30 seconds?
We could leech all the movies of a year in 1080, all the series, all the ebooks in under a minute.
Way to go.
It would be really cruel if Skynet awakes and wants us to 'LIKE' it.