It's a trick, big labels don't even sign small artists any more. At the very most they have a sub-sub-label sign them (usually run by an artist that made their name on a small label and then signed a lucrative contract with the big label to run a label themselves). The reason is that the big labels no longer have the power to turn a small artist into a big artist on their own, so they don't bother signing the small artists, they just wait until someone hits a certain threshold of popularity, then sign them to the ridiculous contract that ends up with the medium-sized artist spending money to produce albums that make money for the label, which the artists hope to get back on touring and merchandise (if they even realize how much money they're losing making albums).
a magnetic field begins at a particle/ bar magnet/ planetary core, loops around, and ends at the other end of the same particle/ bar magnet/ planetary core
does the magnetic field begin somewhere, issue forth without anchor?
what is such a thing? its not magnetism. its simply not the same thing conceptually. and its also impossible
make believe our planet had a monopole at its core. it would interact with the sun's magnetic field lines, and start moving along those lines, looking for equilibrium. but it wouldn't find it, because unlike a normal magnet, its a monopole
so our planet would loop around, move through the core of the sun, and whatever aspect of our planet that was still in existence as a monopole would still continue along those field lines, never stopping movement, just looping forever along a field line
thats a perpetual motion machine. thats a monopole. thats impossible
One of the latest entrants into the government spy-services marketplace, Palantir Technologies has designed what many intelligence analysts say is the most effective tool to date to investigate terrorist networks. The software's main advance is a user-friendly search tool that can scan multiple data sources at once, something previous search tools couldn't do. That means an analyst who is following a tip about a planned terror attack, for example, can more quickly and easily unearth connections among suspects, money transfers, phone calls and previous attacks around the globe.
And yes, their company name is a reference to what you think it is.
I think the only thing that is safe to exist in Public Domain is patents atm, but if we let intellectual property slip how long till patents hold the same weight as copyright?
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