Preparing for global warming near the coastline.
Though it's simple enough to be implemented in one line of BBC BASIC
Perlers are so jealous right now; they need 2 lines.
By that criteria, neither is Microsoft of late.
But that doesn't rule out God incrementally fiddling with genes if there is change.
Much of that height difference is probably due to better diet and healthcare, and not evolution. For example, N. Koreans are noticeably shorter than S. Koreans due to diet, medical, etc. despite being recently separated.
I bet that company was glad they ripped off workers rather than the music labels
If this lopsided penalty situation is not strong evidence that the USA is slipping into a plutocracy, I don't know what is.
I've personally worked in a shop where they paid the H1B visa workers once every 6 months. They also didn't pay overtime, just the strait hour rate. (But at least it was the right total amount, overtime aside.)
The visa workers had no intention of complaining because they risked getting booted home if they did. (It was during a recession.)
It was at a big company that contracted through a smaller company so that the big company didn't inherent any legal risk of cheating. From the big co's perspective, they are merely paying the contracting company for hours. Where and how the workers were actually paid was legally the small contracting firm's responsibility. Thus, the big co got the benefits of cheating but not the risk. (And the small co. was probably a reshuffle-able front of some larger outfit.)
As intuitive as molasses. All these years the option was in the lower left somewhere. Now it's at the upper right, the complete opposite, and under your name. What's a name have to do with logging out? I'm not exiting my body. That may be intuitive for an exorcist.
Why is that allowed?
The Mars probe mishap still haunts everybody, especially when it comes to body parts.
Sorry, you can only subtract things, not add to them.
Voodoo doctors are salivating over the possibilities...
This seems like circular logic. First one has to define what a "Neanderthal" is before answering that question.
Drawing hard lines in the sand is perhaps not possible. Neanderthals would share a vast majority of our DNA just by being hominids. There are clusterings of genetic patterns, but a cluster is not a clear-cut distinction.
Corporations are not just people, but protected people now.
Frequent inspections cost money; they ain't free. A biz would factor that into the cost when choosing between supplier A and B from the example.