I wonder, how long it will take for the star to fall into the black hole? Or it will completely evaporate sooner? And how the orbit looks like?
It's incredibly smooth and uncratered because it's constantly accumulating fine-grained ring material. Think of it like a sand dune in space..
So, whenever a meteor hits it, it makes the moon lose a good part of its mass because of all the dust that's being sent into space.
Chess can be played in 500 years same as we play it today. So can football, baseball, any sport you can think of.
Except car racing, which is constantly evolving, just like computer games (and has a lot more common with e-sports than chess or football). It, however, isn't an olympic sport, and I think it shouldn't be (even though I'm a big fan of it) since that would force the car racing to submit into certain cliches, removing the charm that comes from every track and car being different.
Racing cars get replaced my more modern version and so do competitive video games, but the main premise won't change much for as long as it has clear and attractive goals. Even CS:GO has the same basic rules as the original CounterStrike that got released 20 years ago.
They won't care right now, but things might change once everything settles. Even war crimes rarely get processed during wars, usually after them.
Will I be held responsible if someone uses my open WiFi network to download child porn? Weirder stuff could've happened.
He would have complied if there hadn't been anything incriminating on those drives.
Just like people wouldn't complain against The Patriot Act if they weren't supporting terrorism.
But I hope you're just trolling.
The decision doesn't have to be logical; it was unanimous.