The density of cold water is different from the density of warm water, and these waves and these waves have a large enough volume so that the difference in density makes a measurable difference in local gravitational pull.
To be fair, the stated reason that schools / standardized tests allow you to use a TI calculator but not a tablet or other form of computer actually does make a lot of sense: no internet connection. They want you to be able to graph and calculate, but not search on Google.
The records at a medical facility - medical records - are generally always confidential. I don't know Australia's laws, but I would strongly suspect that they are not allowed to even verify that someone was or was not a patient.
No, there's no reason that you couldn't tunnel an encrypted (SSL) connection.
High voltage is only dangerous because it can enable large amounts of current to flow through your body (assuming large amounts of current are available), the current is what actually kills you. The IC that drives the display is only capable of driving 1 mA which is only barely at the threshold of perception and not in any way dangerous. http://www.allaboutcircuits.co...
Freezing / boiling point of pure water at sea level. It's a fine way to define a measurement scale, but there are several arbitrary decisions in there. Why water? Why not salt water at ocean-average saltiness? Why sea level? Arbitrary. Convenient perhaps if you're working with scientific applications where 1 atmosphere or pressure is a commonly defined unit, but still arbitrary. Fahrenheit is also arbitrary. It's also perhaps more convenient when dealing with air temperatures. 100 = "It's really hot out there", 0 = "It's really cold out there".
Sorry, failure to read on my part. Please ignore.
They did declare it. That's why the disclaimer is there.
Except that contracts do not superced the law, so if it becomes law that your heirs get your digital property then that overrules anything in anyone's Ts and Cs.