That's not how they're made. See, you start with a blow-up doll...
If other countries start creating "tiger kids" en mass, then the USA may be forced to accept the idea in order to economically compete.
Resistance is fu......oh sh8t!
You mean the org resembles its leader?
was that the rollout was rushed for political reasons. If it were slowed down then the republicans might have had more success killing it before implementation.
That might be "political" reasons, but it's also practical reasons. If you want to get certain things done, you have to race against competition trying to kill it.
For about 100 years various presidents and lawmaking groups have tried to enact a medical insurance program of some sort, only to see it smashed down. With that kind of record you know you have to move quickly and take some risk to slip through the narrow cracks of opportunity that present themselves.
Like it or hate it, ACA is a monumental political endeavor with equally monumental forces pushing against it. The horse has to be big and ride fast to get something like this through, and that probably means inadvertently stepping on and squashing stuff along the way.
When Biden was caught on mike saying, "This is a big fucking deal!", it was no exaggeration.
It's that people think they can drop Oracle on top of a crappy design and that will somehow magically fix it.
That's probably what the sales-person told them.
"Just drop your leaky little app into our Oratron Fix-O-Matic 5000 and out will pop perfect shiny reports and data! You have my trustworthy word!"
However, seems they forgot to get it in writing.
Oracle should accept some losses and quietly make an amiable-as-possible exit. Why air dirty laundry about clients? Even if the State is partly to blame, being a loud asshole makes you less likely to get future gov't contracts.
This is the theory of abiogenesis, not evolution. Evolution is how life changes, not how it got started.
But life probably cannot start until evolution helps it along. Something that was half-alive probably had to be shaped further by evolution to become true life.
For example, an early molecule that was perhaps either too poor a replicator (sloppy & broken) or too accurate a replicator (exact clones) would have reached a dead end if evolution didn't start pruning the copies to find the Goldilocks range of imperfection level (mutation) in the replication process necessary for continuing life.
Assume a large spherical radioactive cow...