There's only so much space available in the design and automakers have been producing "weak" boxes for a long time on the basis that it increases their servicing business and 99%
Have you seen Star Trek Continues? [...] The guy who plays Kirk in Continues has it down to perfection, every mannerism, speech pattern, facial expression. [...]
He also does a hilarious Zapp Brannigan cameo, in a recent Futurama live-action fan film.
4 clocks can only tolerate 1 failure
That's only true if they fail simultaneously. Since they know one is bad, they can eliminate it before the next one fails. Now if one more fails, they are fine (the other two are still in agreement).
If they have a way of externally checking the correctness then they can have three fail and still be operational, because they know which one is correct.
Which part of Canada is going to suffer even if temperatures rise a few degrees?
I'd think with the exception of a coastal area or two, they'd be trying to figure out how to emit more carbon if they actually thought it would help keep things warmer and create more usable land beyond the southern edge.
the brain (and intelligence) is just a collection of neurons, and neurons can be modeled in circuits. Guess what? It can't.
Why not? If you could prove that, or even come up with a reasonable explanation of why, that would be the most important discovery in Computer Science in the last 50 years.
If it's all based on theoreticals then surely you could counter their theoretical with another
No, it doesn't work that way, because the law states which things can be hypothesized about. You get to count theoretical damages, you don't get to count theoretical benefits (although if you could actually prove that you caused more people to pay money to the owner, that could help your case).
How is a person's retirement fund getting poorer if the price of a stock rebounds in a week?
Because the stock price dropping by more than a small amount indicates a significant amount of selling, and there's a decent chance that a chunk of that selling came from big funds.
Wait for Trump to say something stupid that knocks a chunk of money off of a stock, wait a few hours for it to crash, buy low, and sell it after a week when the price rebounds. Once again, the ultra-wealthy with their high-frequency traders get richer, and normal people's retirement funds get poorer....
Yeah I wasn't saying they were.
No, but it looked like you were.
In Europe they use weight-loss medication that has proven fairly effective and safe.
What sort of weight loss medicine are you referring to here? I'm interested.
is it still pirating when there's no possible loss to anyone ?
Same question for old music, books, software
The answer is yes, although only the rights-holder is able to sue you, and if they aren't around, then you can get away with it.
Under copyright law (this is the way the law is written), not only do you have to pay for actual damages, you also have to pay for theoretical damages. So the copyright holder can say, "We weren't releasing it to increase demand at a later date, when we theoretically would release it. Your piracy robbed us of those theoretical potential profits."
A rock store eventually closed down; they were taking too much for granite.