Remote controls can be regulated. That's the civilized way to deal with such issues.
Here's a paper about the wave function and computability (computability beyond P, NP, etc)
Marian Boykan Pour-El and Ian Richards. The wave equation with computable initial data such that its unique solution is not computable. Advances in mathematics, vol. 39 (1981), pp. 215–239.
I did write a blog post about quantum mechanics and the “free will theorem” at the time.
I think this new development isn't covering all possibilities there
That's great news for the sugarmotor!
Famous mathematician Cauchy, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augustin-Louis_Cauchy (1789 – 1857), was a "royalist."
Haven't got to tracking down more details about his attitude.
Always find it a bit odd when people complain about documentation, or place emphasis on it. My first prioroty is, "it works".
On the other hand, it is hardly clear in most cases, who the audience of the comments are. Do they know much, do they know little? If they know little, there needs to be a lot of documentation. Who is to say?
So when I hear about people, who mention bad documentation, or who complain about some documentation, it strikes me a bit odd.
It might have been. But too late now.
Downhill now. Not that it was at great heights. But more safe to ignore.
Like chocolate ice cream? Not a useful idea.
Here's a better idea. Let browsers send less, not more.
Who cares about what Microsoft should or should not worry about?
The order was suspended on June 4.
"Federal judge suspends order that child porn suspect decrypt own computer files or face contempt" http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/deadline-is-today-for-west-allis-man-to-decrypt-suspected-porn-files-b9926078z1-210121531.html
"Earlier court order requiring a Wisconsin suspect in underage porn case to decrypt his hard drives for the FBI by the end of the day Tuesday -- or face contempt of court -- has been lifted." http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-57587670-38/judge-child-porn-suspect-doesnt-need-to-decrypt-files/
This is not non-commercial, right? The $5,000 limit shouldn't apply. Where to read about that limitation?
BBC gone bonkers? "Support for the plans - brain child of Swiss businessman turned politician Thomas Minder - has been fuelled by a series of perceived disasters for major Swiss companies, coupled with salaries and bonuses staying high"
Disasters, or only perceived disasters?
I thought the same. Trademarks don't expire. This could become widespread.