Similarly, 180 degrees between boiling and freezing is better than 100. Science should be based off of Rankine, not Kelvin. Not that that will ever happen, of course.
68-72 is ideal, and a few degrees cooler is preferable to a few degrees warmer. 65F is more comfortable than 74F.
More than that, this problem is embarrassingly parallel - each number doesn't change the result of any other, so you can very easily split up the work load on many computers, or write something that will run on GPU's or something. At a certain point, arithmetic will become too time expensive (because the number uses so many words of memory). So either you run out of memory first (unlikely) or things start to take to long. Possibly things will start to take to long when the numbers become larger then some cache, and the cache miss rate will drive your running time into the ground.
My grandfather's business, a steel yard in West Virginia, uses a Unix server that runs SCO. I've told him about the law suit, but they'll probably continue to run it until it's no longer supported.
There's probably a number of small businesses like his, that started using SCO back in the day, and never bothered to learn about their comparatively recent legal troubles.
If the guy uses underage models, he is.
The crux of the issue is child abuse, really. Photographic child porn is illegal because you have to abuse the child in order to get it. With a charcoal picture, you can either abuse a child or not.
Possessing child porn is held to be criminal because it creates a market for abusing children. Having a charcoal drawing of a lolicon which was drawn from the artists imagination does not create a market for child abuse, and should in no way, shape, or form be illegal to produce or posses.
Would allowing citizens easy access to guns really reduce the number of deaths/injuries a year? I doubt it.
Tell that to the people who had no choice other than cowering in their hotel rooms and waiting to be executed.
Easy access to guns decreases deaths from some things (e.g. the terrorists probably wouldn;t have killed as many), and increases deaths from other things (e.g. crimes of passion - bar fights that escalate too much, or arguments that get out of hand, and most importantly suicides - suicides done with a gun are the minority of suicides but the majority of successful ones, IIRC).
It would be interesting to see which way the total number of deaths go with increased/decresed access to guns. Does the number of suicidal people who would choose to eat their gun outweigh the number of violent criminals who would be stopped sooner or be more cautious if their victims could more easily kill them? And which would you rather have an increased number of?