LLVM/Clang builds the DragonFly world and kernel but does not yet build the boot loader. It can be brought in via dports. So it isn't 100% yet but very close. When it does get to 100% it will become one of our two officially supported compilers. Those are currently gcc-4.7 and gcc-5.2.1.
Wayland support isn't really up to us, but there is wayland support in XOrg that I think works for programs desiring to use that API. Don't quote me on it though.
Ok, got it. No quoting.
The "Science" of Physics was "settled" back in the time of Issac Newton.
What bullshit! The problem with gravity, its mysterious action st a distance, continues to this day. Physicists are still looking for gravity waves/gravitons with no success yet.
In the end, I think the real problem is that we have unions running our schools for the benefit of the union members, rather than for the children.
Well, Mr. Evidence Guy, does evidence change your opinion or not?
Nice in theory. Not so much in practice. With crypto, the devil's in the details. Here are just a few of the hard problems:
"The perfect is the enemy of the good" -- Voltaire.
Yes, those are all hard problems, but at least a widespread partial solution would make mass surveillance at least an order of magnitude more difficult and push TLAs to be more focused in their data gathering.
Also, a partial solution has the chance to be improved into better solutions. This would be a much better situation than what we have now. The fact that we can't solve all those hard problems now should not be an excuse to do nothing.
You have a tendency to feel you are superior to most computers.