And don't forget your towel.
I never leave my house without my towel and the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".
So you mean it is not Sony's fault then? Because if I remember correctly their random number usage was totally flawed and therefore it was no real challenge.
You are comparing apples to oranges.
Drugs shouldn't have much to do with nuclear energy safety. Moreover, if you start asking about coal mine accidents, you should also consider uranium mining accidents. I have to admit I didn't find much about any accidents, but there are a few. (and probably I would have found more if I had been looking harder) Of course, with nuclear energy you often can't directly find correlation with accidents. What about permanent disposal. How do you know everything will be OK with the nuclear waste we have produced up to now. It has only been a few decades of nuclear energy, so it will take some time before these materials are not dangerous any more.
Privacy problems aside: So basically these "tiny transistors" are RFID chips?
These low-voltage transistors could one day provide added security or tracking by transmitting information wirelessly to a scanner.
Security for whom btw? For the banks I assume?
If the aborigine drafted an IQ test, all of Western civilization would presumably flunk it. -- Stanley Garn