Where do you think they built from all of the other times?
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"Neither of your sources actually found dark matter."
Your original claim wasn't about whether it has been conclusively found or not, therefore the fact that my responses do not address such a claim is as irrelevant as it is unsurprising.
Your actual claim was "The justification for dark matter is unexplained gravity" to which I responded with a non-gravitational justification.
Particle physics predicts certain weakly-interacting particles (http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/9802007) which just so happen to have properties that coincide with the WIMPs which are one of the possible predicted particles from cosmology. There is data coming in from non-gravitational experiments (http://www.sciencemag.org/content/327/5973/1619) though not a lot so far. However, conformation of the particles' existence is not necessary to refute your claim there that there are only gravity-based predictions.
Capital is free to do whatever it likes. Labor is free to go fuck itself.
"Most warehouse workers are 'judgement proof', in that they don't have the assets to pay anything."
This also mean that most warehouse workers cannot afford individual legal counsel to advise them that they are judgement-proof, thus are vulnerable to intimidation.
But at least they aren't unionized!
"The justification for dark matter is unexplained gravity"
You imply that this is the *only* justification. Is this because you are unaware of the rest pf physics or because you are trying to mislead others about the rest of physics?
" because they lack talent"
And your evidence for this is...?
But you can chose to take up another line of business, therefore you are not being forced to participate in anything.
That's line that gets fed to labor when they have a problem with working conditions, why shouldn't it be fed back to capital and management?
'they didn't "hack" the machine using heat!'
That's not the claim, so put your strawman away.
Why is using the built in features of one runtime program but using the built in features of another runtime not programming? You can write things like the game arkanoid or the calculator dc for sed. Do they suddenly become non-programs?
Or how about your "Hello, World" with input:
1 i \
2 s/\(.*\)/Hello, \1/
(It requires an initial carriage return to get the prompt, because I'm not that good with sed.)
Some people need to get over the ridiculous notion that they have the right to force other people deal with their dicks jokes.
Most programmers don't need computer science: when was the last time you really cared about the difference between a 2-3 tree and a red-black tree?
"The ability to write computer programs is mostly useless, outside actually writing computer programs."
For most people writing programs, the program is a tool used to make thing they are actually trying to sell; the program itself is not the product.
So you're trying to prove that most people don't need to know who to write a program *by writing a program*?
I do not predict success for this endeavor.
"Remove the third party"
You ran point-to-point network links to everyone who want to get to your website? Impressive!