"Don't be evil"
"Don't be evil"
Thanks, I hadn't seen those follow ups
Craig Wright http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/tech...
They've been very clear that it doesn't use regenerating health in video interviews, they don't like it, they went for pickups instead, the alphas and betas didn't use regenerating health, and the single player footage that's been on twitch and youtube just days before release has clearly shown it's not in use too.
It doesn't use regenerating health.
Will it really be healthier? or will it's lab grown nature actually be terrible for us in the long run, I'm thinking along the lines of the bacterial diversification we are finding we need in our gut to be truly healthy, or the way we're finding growing up in overly clean environments compromises our immune systems.
I think growing meat is a great step forward, but I'm not free of concern.
Yes, I see that now, I hadn't looked even considering that as surely it's grossly unsafe in a crash.
But then packing this many people in I guess they're dropping any suggestion that survival in a crash is consideration anyway
Seriously, squeezing past people on flights or at the cinema is bad enough already, the pictures of this design look like they've literally not considered people who actually have legs at all getting into the two rows of seats nearest the window.
I guess you're a banker..
I was talking generally, I didn't claim this was specifically new.
I'd been posting this video on all of my friends Facebook shares of the Lexus board already, lol.
It doesn't matter what first form new technology comes in as long as it comes it can later be applied to anything anyone can imagine for it.
"The Pope has great moral authority but he's not an authority on climate science."
Ok, but you as the Heartland Institute purposefully ignore all the authorities on climate science to push a financial agenda over a global one, so, what's your point again?
...to just buy Nestle and stop pumping the water out of the area on mass?
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