You'd cheat someone if you could with a fraudulent sale
Actually that part was humor. You might want to look that up.
For any given model, these uncertainties can be calculated in a Bayesian sense.
My feeling, as a non-cosmologist, is that we don't even know the correct model. What was the nature of the inflationary epoch, for example?
Fraud victims are more selective where they shop after an incident, and small businesses were the most dramatically impacted. The study found that 15 percent of all fraud victims decided to change behaviors and avoid smaller online merchants. This is a much greater percentage than those that avoid gaming sites or larger retailers."
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PayPal security team will determine the bounty amount and all decisions are final.
Would you trust Paypal to reward you fairly?
I've had my computer-illiterate parents on a non-admin account for 20 years now
I'd love to know what operating system you were using on home computers 20 years ago that supported limited user accounts and was usable by "computer-illiterate parents".
In fact, all plugins should be click to play with a white list of auto play sites that the user can configure.
That's exactly what Chrome does for me since I enabled it. Go to chrome://flags/ and enable Click to play, then go to chrome://settings/content and set Plug-ins to Click to Play. There's also a blacklist / whitelist you can configure. Why this option is "experimental" I have no idea.
Security Error: Domain Name Mismatch
You have attempted to establish a connection with "imap.fastmail.fm". However, the security certificate presented belongs to [long list of hosts ending in
If you suspect the certificate shown does not belong to "imap.fastmail.fm", please cancel the connection and notify the site administrator.
An active MRI-type device triggers changes [...] manipulating the brain in this way, Emergent managers induce obsession with a single idea or specialty, which they call Focus, essentially turning them into brilliant [information] appliances.
24 hours (or even 24 seconds!) to render 20k of HTML should be considered a bug. Did you submit it to bugzilla? Does it still take a long time on a current version of Firefox?