Oh, give it up. You've lost that one.
Things are called what people call them.
Hey, there's nothing in the bible against guns.
Who says they do?
The Bechdel test was "a little lesbian joke in an alternative feminist newspaper." It has helped to promote discussion, but it's never going to provide an answer.
It's like the Drake Equation. That was only ever meant to stimulate discussion. It was never meant to be a practical tool, and anyone who uses it as one is missing the point.
Which tells us what?
The GPL ensures that nobody is ever going to take advantage of your code.
Is that like how laws against murder ensure that no-one ever gets murdered?
This unitary basic deception may alter your continued existence.
Maybe the developers just like Iggy Pop.
Pokemon Go does, apparently, warn you if you're playing and moving at a high speed. This wouldn't have helped, because the guy was distracted by charging his phone - it was flat because he'd been playing, but he wasn't playing at the time.
I'm not sure how far they're allowed to take chaos theory into account when generating news stories.
With Ambitious Life Possibility
Has the submitter recently left a job crafting endearingly mis-translated fortune cookie texts?
At that speed, there will not be much of an opportunity to see anything as the local Oort cloud shreds it to death.
1% of c, 10%, 20%... isn't it toast if it hits anything at pretty much any speed? It's less dense (ours is, anyway) than the asteroid belt and we just send probes right through that without many cares.
The report adds: "If your site is in the 15 percent group
What 15% group? If you're going to chop out paragraphs from an article, at least make sure they make sense by themselves.
Is this a surprise? This is probably exactly what the companies behind the game knew was going to happen.
In other news, fewer people will go and watch Suicide Squad this weekend compared to last.
The Moz://a one is the only one that's remotely clever and interesting, and yet... the protocol prefix, including the
Mater artium necessitas. [Necessity is the mother of invention].