You can even have your own cameras work by fitting out night vision ones. This solution is a vast improvement of depriving people of their vision for the trip with blindfolds, as that doesn't stop cameras from working if pointed randomly.
There is still a potential issue with flash photography, but you can't expect me to solve all your problems.
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They bill the artists the costs of "protecting the artist's copyrights"
What is implicit in the article is that the first study may not be as strong, or the effect might be more complex than initially indicated.
The Earth is a globe made atoms of different kinds. It is held together by gravity, which is a force that pulls atoms together. When you have atoms of different kinds the heavy, tightly packed atoms tend to wind up closer to the middle than the light ones. So we have heavy solids, then a layer of liquid, then a layer of air. Within the layer of air, the air closer to the ground is more tightly packed than the air closer to space. A jet plane can travel so high it can move people from where the air is what we are use to, to where the air is too thinly spread out to breath. To let people breath, jet planes need to keep the air inside. To do this, they do not let people open the windows, as this would let the air out.
P.S. when talking about air, the expression "The air is thin at the top" is not a business metaphor for a limited number of first class jobs, it means there is not much air high up from the ground.
I think most of the hate comes from people with no actual experience of living anywhere with greens in government, so not knowing they have actually been quite effective at pushing pro-open government, anti-corporate influence issues in a direction that suits most libertarians.
shot with 30 pulses over a 10-second period by Curiosity's laser today in order to determine what elements it was made of
or as H.G. Wells put it,
...the Martians rattle for a time and then become still. The giant saved Woking station and its cluster of houses until the last; then in a moment the Heat-Ray was brought to bear, and the town became a heap of fiery ruins. Then the Thing shut off the Heat-Ray, and turning its back...