I think that is "Hu-mons"
I think it is like "going medieval" but with lasers.
But that particular issue is safe for work: http://oglaf.com/ornithology/
/. turning into instagram? What is next, pictures of Cmd Taco's lunch?
Theoretically, I would like to see in a few decades if a Tesla engine lasts any significant amount longer than a standard well made combustion. And batteries really take the place of the engine for a combustion car (they are really the heart and soul of the electric car, on which everything else depends). They are super expensive, and I have yet to see any battery tech that lasts over 4 years, and normally it is performing far worse than optimal at a fraction of that time. I think Tesla claims that theirs are suppose to last well, but still not anywhere near where a few years of wear is not a significant chunk out of their value.
That's the bad part of the slew of modern colonial land grabs. They took the land and moved in but failed to exterminate the natives. Now Israel is in a constant state of war that is unlikely to end for centuries at least, and there are probably half a dozen if not a lot more native communities in a constant state of being continually victimized by their colonial overlords while also leaching resources off this majority and far more harmful fragmenting people. The Native continuities in Canada are neither good for the natives nor the settlers who moved in.
I do not think that all or even most experimental psychology studies use brain scans to gather the results. Instead they ask the participant what they think. A physicist does not ask a rock if it thinks it fell quicker with weights attached to it, he simply measures the fall. Furthermore, not only do we not understand the brain enough to really know exactly what we are looking at when we take a scan of the brain, but the brain is such a mutable object that you cannot really compare one to another the same way that you can with other organs. You can cut away as much as 50% of a live working brain and still have a live working brain, which have switched functions that used to be done in the gone part into entirely different parts of the brain; That is akin to cutting out someones liver and having the heart take over the duties of blood cleaning.
Except they are not really a problem, just wasted effort.
You need to put this in perspective. Sure, psychology is wishywashy field filled with pseudo science. But apparently their studies are about as reproducible as a bunch of the hard sciences fields. If there is anything that reproduciblility studies have taught us is that if there is around a 50% chance your result is correct than you are around the norm, in a great many fields. This 39% would make them about on par with what I remember from medical/cancer reproduciblility studies.
Does it take into consideration that on any plane trip you have to drive to and from the airport?
There is little reason to intimidate, threaten, maim, and kill to get people to vote for you when you can just hack the voting machines.
People expect continual pay raises in the west. Unless you are constantly getting fired or are incompetent you expect a few raises a decade. Eventually they have to promote you to a higher paying job or fire you because your salary would just be too big for the work you do. People expect a progression. And there is definatly a non -insignificant percentage that get it.
Well if you do not want/need to access the DOM than there is little to no reason to use a JS library designed to access and modify the DOM. Sure there are still things that it makes easier, like it has built in fancy HTML gui creation, but an HTML5 library would be better if you were designing from scratch and did not care about legacy browser users.
"now Americans have access to more sources of fluoride, such as toothpaste and mouth rinses" I am pretty sure we have had these for decades now...
Many game making engines charge money for you to make a commercial game in them. Skyrim is a highly focuses game engine that make making a "game" very very easy, with all its art assets, gameplay, physics, and story offered up for use. Windows has notepad I guess, which you could write code in; And I am assuming it has some sort of built in compiler for some language but I could not hazard a guess on which one. I guess you could at least write html games and play them on IE.