I don't care if I can look at it. I just want to know if it will run Watch_Dogs on ultra at 60 fps.
And the Bible said it was OK to stone adulterers and that you shouldn't eat shellfish or touch your wife while she's menstruating.
Read the Gospel;
Which one? The ones that the Council of Nicea approved? Or the older ones or the ones Luther approved?
See that's the problem with religion: It's made by men and yet is supposed to be above the review of men.
I thought Tesla's had remote kill switches.
Couldn't the police just call Tesla and have them disable the car?
Typo -- above should read: Martin Luther removed them from his Bible, and also wanted to remove a few other books as well --- James, for example.
So, you've proven my point. The Journal of Vibration and Control caught some improperly refereed articles and retracted them within four years. A system that works.
It took a millennium and a half for the reformation to try to straighten out Scripture. Except, with the Journal, it's an open process that is open for the involvement of the scientific community. With the Bible, it's a handful of people making changes because God told them to.
Science is a self-correcting system that has worked very well since before the first words of the Pentatuch were laid down by a handful of people pulling it out of their ass.
So which would you use to inform your life and society? If you said, "The Bible", then even God thinks you're a moron. Because, way before there was scripture, there was man's ability to reason.
both those declared 'canonical' by the Imperial Roman authorities
So, the Imperial Roman authorities were sort of like the editors of the Journal of Vibration and Control, except they're a lot less likely to admit and correct error.
(a Mac is a PC too, BTW).
It is now.