At least that's how Cheney spun it.
Your argument speaks against itself. We don't already use alternatives because oil is cheap enough and easily modified enough that **even though** we use oil for a fuel we **still** use it as a lubricant.
A simple fix (why am I helping Walmart? Because fraud is fraud) is to present the evidence to a customer information point, where they will check whether the price given is actually offered by Amazon and give a voucher with a code of some kind which can be used at checkout.
Result: Fraud stopped in its tracks.
Couple thoughts... first that people need to quit blaming police for asset forfeiture, and start blaming politicians that passed the stupid laws - and the only ones that can revoke them.
The discretion given police allows them to not enforce any law they don't like. The police could choose to stop enforcing all the stupid laws tomorrow. That's the point of the separation of powers. If the legislature passes a bad law, it can be "veto"ed by the executive not executing it, even if the law wasn't vetoed or the veto failed.
They're hypocrites. If they don't like the policies the college has concerning investment, why are *they* investing in the college instead of finding another? They want to force the college to divest but they don't have the gonads to divest themselves.
Could you post your calculations that lead you to that conclusion. Do you think that the engineers who designed the space craft forgot to make the same calculation?
Power falls off at the square of the distance. Nobody ever said that the engineers failed to make that calculation, but that the power levels of the craft would have to be lower than my phone power needs to be able to function at those distances. That seems difficult. Nobody said impossible. Nobody said it wouldn't work. Someone said that the power would be low that far out. The rest was fabricated by you.
Then you think wrongly. One can always not purchase at Walmart. You, however, are attempting to rationalize illegal activity.
So, just like any of the countless ARM-based Android mini-PCs that are already out there right now. Except this is quite more expensive.