... no one is researching a way to control the planet's climate in any meaningful way. Since we've already tipped the scales into climate change, and there's no way the human race will stop consuming cheap fossil fuel energy for the foreseeable future, research needs to direct itself to figuring out how the human race can survive climate change, not analyzing it.
... ummm no we won't. It's not even a good toy (like tablets).
That's an over-simplified and over-optimistic description of how it works.
You have to join a group to mine, mining alone is a forever task with almost zero hope of return
... and even in a group the chances of actually ending up with spendable cash is almost nil. Such is the way of scams and pyramid schemes.
I have zero interest in an app tied to a scam/pyramid scheme.
... the "on" button. Because no one has ever pressed an on button before. No one has turned a page. No one ever thought to make a phone a rectangle with rounded edges. The only ones these ideas are novel to are the nitwit patent attorney's who convince companies to pay them to file this crapola lol. But
... I'm sure there's an app for that.
Genetically modified Arabidopsis is already considered a plant pest by USDA. And $100k is chicken feed in biotechnology labs; that money won't last long and accomplish very little.
... let the Dr. drive last year's Mercedes, BMW or Caddy and put some money into the business.
itwbennett writes "There are rumblings around this week's OpenStack conference that companies are moving away from AWS, ready to ditch their training wheels and build their own private clouds. Inbound marketing services company HubSpot is the latest to announce that it's shifting workloads off AWS, citing problems with 'zombie servers,' unused servers that the company was paying for. Others that are leaving point to 'business issues,' like tightening the reins on developers who turned to the cloud without permission."
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Try reading scientific journals before showing off your lack of knowledge
... there are some organisms and some sequences of nucleic acid that could be used as bio-weapons but they wouldn't be a "threat to life on this planet". Those that could be weaponized are maintained very securely, use and access is tightly controlled and restricted, and they are quite expensive and cumbersome to do research with or on.
... no FB Home for iOS. Have fun with it droidsters bwahahahaha
... is never a way of avoiding obvious legal trouble in business. The installer knew they were smuggling huge amounts of cash and should have called the authorities, not make them remove the cash and pretend he never saw it. Basically his arrest was not about building a hidden compartment, it was about abetting money laundering tied to drug trafficking. Abetting money laundering hooked him.
This is from someone's blog, not a reputable news source with fact checking. He's just another troll trying to get 15 minutes of fame to try to drum up his next consulting job.
It's called business
... business operates on contracts... just because you're lousy at negotiating contracts doesn't mean one of your suppliers is anti-competitive unless the contract stipulates you can't sell other manufacturer's phones. Man-up and learn how to do business and stop relying on your "bought-and-paid-for" regulatory agencies to boost your bottom line.
... take someone's copyrighted work without paying them for it. Or, abet the taking and distribution of copyrighted work. It's really very simple and has nothing at all to do with freedom of speech. And someone posting on the internet that it DOES have something to do with freedom of speech or otherwise rationalize that it's o.k. to take copyright work without paying for it, doesn't make it so. And if you DO think like that, then I hope you enjoy your date with that French model you met on the internet.