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Comment: Re:Obvious (?) question (Score 1) 425

by tychver (#30373854) Attached to: Super Strength Substance Approaching Human Trials

I would guess the researchers are interested in the multi-billion-dollar bodybuilding scam.


There are few snake oil industries larger than the bodybuilding supplement market. Also, weightlifting refers to the olympic sport, and what most people think of as weightlifting is more accurately called resistance training.

Comment: Re:Unfortunately (Score 1) 484

by tychver (#23835079) Attached to: Indefinite Imprisonment For Web Site Content
That was published in 1966.

NZ Bill of Rights Act 1990:
"Freedom of expression---Everyone has the right to freedom of
  expression, including the freedom to seek, receive, and impart
  information and opinions of any kind in any form."

The BOR isn't anything like the US Constitution though, our courts cannot strike down laws as unconstitutional. The BOR is an interpretive guide for the courts, not an absolute rule.

-- A New Zealand law student.

Thus spake the master programmer: "Time for you to leave." -- Geoffrey James, "The Tao of Programming"