I think any billionaire would have done
No. For third posts claiming to be first? Maybe
"112" is just for European emergency services. I find that phones have all of the emergency numbers for all of the countries they are being sold to (so me being from the UK, I get the US codes) which I suppose is easier than customising it based on destination.
Perhaps not through selective breeding, but random genetic mutation can cause it and last I checked that has been occurring since the start of life in the universe.
They sell it to advertisers to create custom advertisements for $USER (or generate the custom advertisements themselves, although I imagine it's more lucrative and easier to sell it out)
Are you kidding me? Have you seen the amount of attempts by countries trying to take down sites far outside their jurisdiction? Just look at the example of the pirate bay - endless american entities attempting to take down a swedish site. So what do they do? Alter political will in that country to bend it to their will - something that was actually shown to have happened in the leaked cables.
I think he was referring to the genocidal losses that would be wrought by nuclear weapons. The lack of a functioning civilization does mean the lack of economical problems.
Jury riggers could be an alternative
Agreed - no one seriously needs a camera or a microphone, and at $200 it is affordable. A good move by amazon.
If I remember correctly it isnt just for certain deals in spotify's case - it is to register
I think if they can afford a space trip, and they are affordable, it is an acceptable price to pay for light pollution - especially since with it comes exploration of space and even extraterrestrial colonies
To say the least
He pointed out people shouldn't be worshiping the iPhone because other smart phones have the exact same feature - hardly being a "fanboy"
You seem to be troubled here: The light from some number of hours after the star going supernova has finally reached us after 21 million years
I'm fairly sure this counts as prior art