Assuming it does not happen before the election.
Assuming it does not happen before the election.
The situation is not equivalent. If remain had won, then yes, there could have been calls in the future for a new leave vote. The leave vote on the other hand, if it is enacted, is very hard to reverse, although, if we leave then yes, there will have to be a campaign to re-enter.
It may not happen. It all depends how quickly the economy gets screwed, both by the uncertainty, by the significant cost of rewriting 40 years of laws, as well as half the countries IT systems, aside from the problems that will occur when very little of what we voted for actually comes to pass.
The OP is wrong, I think. It's sodium chloride that they heat up, not sodium. It reacts with water in the sense of dissolving, rather than exploding.
As far as I know, it's used for concentrated solar power sources, and rather than photovoltaic cells.
Or the engineers could read the article. It says "one atom thick is all you need", not "one atom thick is all we are planning".
Then the engineer would say "oh, good, it can be as thin as we like, because graphene is expensive".
There is actually good research on this. In the UK, the cycling position that is recommended by the Department of Transport as a result of, you know, actually looking systematically at the evidence is called "primary position" which is well out from the left, near the middle of the lane. It massively increases your visibility, although it does sometimes cause irritation to drivers.
So, the OP is probably correct that this works in the US as well, except that you should be well out from the right. The space you need is the space that is necessary to keep you safe, and nothing at all to do with the space you need to manoeuvre.
Still don't let evidence stand in the way of your good anecdotes which are, I am sure, a far better basis for public policy.
You are making the mistake of assuming that the government is a consistent whole.
There is a fairly high chance that the people who are spying on your email are also spying on those in whitehall who are deleting their email.
Actually, I don't think he said he was a victim -- quite the opposite. He said "now I have used the system to my advantage". He got an education, and avoided paying for it.
And he has. If he was richer, of course, people would say "you're just criticising because you are jealous". But because he only gained enough to allow him to spend time as a writer, he will be portrayed as a scrounger.
Struggling to see how a "ton of travel" makes up for a fringe benefit. Sitting in an airplane for hours, so that you can get to the hotel from where you commute to the conference venue then back again. Depends on whether you have a life or not, of course, but the travel is a substantial cost for many people, hardly a fringe benefit.
Capitalism also requires the approval of government. It's largely through the government that ownership is defined in the first place. Without this, you have nothing to trade.
What is wrong with it? Well, the problem seems to be that those with large amounts of capital can use this to buy time from other people. And, over time, the rate at which the large capital blocks gain wealth is greater than the rate at which the overall economy grows. Eventually, we move into a situation were most of the wealth is in the hands of very few individuals, at which point, they control society and any notion of democracy disappears.
Don't worry about it, though, I am sure it will be a long time before we have such enormous disparities of wealth that we have to worry about this.
Perhaps the pollution in the US has been reduced by 50% as a result of government action, using their democratic mandate, while the increase in CO2 in China has come about as a result of their "free market" (i.e. capitalist) reforms.
"How many times has this happened"
MySQL is the obvious example, I think. It can happen with GPL, but it can only happen with the agreement of all the copyright holders, which is, in practice, unlikely. So, for instance, the linux kernel is unlikely to ever be released under any license other than GPL because there are so many copyright holders. Projects with a single copyright holder, usually through a copyright assignment policy could be relicensed.
I think by "how restricted speech is in the UK by comparison to the US", what you mean is that in the UK we value politeness.
Freedom of speech is not the same as the right to be listened to.
Your grammar is wrong here. They were spreading propaganda, yes. And they did deface an ancient monument. But this was not their intention which you are implying.
Screw up, yes. Hooliganism, no. There is a difference.
The disadvantage with a Mac is if any of the hardware breaks you are stuffed. Macshop replacements are slow, expensive and inflexible.
The second problem I know many bioinformaticians (which is what I do) have, is that most of the scientific software is in one of the numerous non-mac packaging systems. And of different ones. So you end up with three copies of basic tools like python.
It's a good point, but then the CO2 emissions have consistently gone up for years, so even if there is a margin for error and they get close enough to be within the margin for error, then it's interesting.
Of course, it could also be just total nonsense, and the result of some strange statistical blip. Another possibility, is that it's the measurement of economics which is wrong -- after this is "the first time out of a recession" not "the first time". When I look at economics, I still get pretty depressed, so perhaps that it is the broken measurement.
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