Says teh anonymous coward.
Each party gerrymanders to try and preserve their power. Look at what happened in California when the Dems used their experts to bias the supposedly "non-partisan" redistricting committee, or Illinois, for that matter:
porkchop_d_clown writes: A recently discovered aerodynamic phenomena of turbulence, called 'preferential concentration' causes heavier materials to be sorted out of more turbulent areas, increasing their concentration in eddies.
Honestly, that's not what it does. Rather than tracing your actual ancestry, it's looking at the geographic distribution of the various genes in it.
Thus, it can't tell you the names of your ancestors, but it can certainly tell you where they probably came from.
porkchop_d_clown writes: When Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper died in 2005, she was the oldest woman in the world. Today New Scientist is reporting that, at the end of her life, most of her white blood cells had been produced by just two stem cells — implying the rest of her blood stem cells had already died, and hinting at a possible limit to the human life span.
The cost of replacement parts is a different issue.
Most of the cost for spare parts comes from the company having to sit on a huge pile of them for years taking up space in their inventory.
Compare the cost of your car when it was new with the cost of all the replacement parts you would need to build a replica of it.
The fact that the court case occurred certainly adds a lot of credence to the blog post, although I still wonder why Apple - which has replaced 1,000s of logic boards like his - decided to give him trouble over this particular one.
I asked this on reddit, and got no answer.
All this hoopla is based on an anonymous blog. I've googled around and I can't find anyone reporting this story who isn't just pasting details from the blog. No one knows the guys name. No one knows the court docket #, the date the case was heard or even what court heard the case.
Do we have any evidence that this incident actually occurred?