Justice Roberts did the same but he has a significant share holding in Time Warner,
Good that he recused himself. But am I the only one to think there's something deeply wrong here?
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I'm surprised no one has yet commented about the 20K in legal costs. How is this calculated? Is it actual costs for Intel's lawyet? In that case it's incredibly unfair - get a team of top notch lawyers and the prospect of having to pay legal costs is enough intimidation for the other party to drop the case?
@The Nazz "I'm mystified why the car didn't just floor it and steer away from the Firetruck?"
Because Tesla doesn't have an autopilot, it has driver assistance - the driver is supposed to see the stationary fire truck on the highway and make the necessary adjustments themselves
14cm per year only makes 70cm over the course of 5 years. Probes need plenty of adjustments on the way. For instance, for the 2nd Venus flyby, cassini fired its rockets for 90 whole minutes. Rosetta's initial trajectory was only accurate to about 100km at launch and needed adjustments as it got closer...
Why is it such a big leap to imagine that these Birds are intelligent enough?
Known Fact: we can carry sticks (we do build nests that way)
Observation 1: The bright thing that we don't get too close to (hot) drives all our food crazy and makes for easy catches
Observation 2: The bright hot thing also tends to get bigger
Observation 3 : We can get close to the edge (especially a receding edge) of the bright hot thing without much issue
Conclusion: If we carry a stick that has the bright hot stuff to another place it will also get bigger and provide more food
Earth is in the centre of the "observable" universe. Beyond that we cannot see...we might be in the centre or in the edge of the actual universe which might be bigger or even smaller than the region which we can see...From a scientific point of view, there's not much point in even discussing this, since it cannot be tested
Glue instead of screws, soldered components instead of connectors etc can be acceptable if they provide a better/cheaper design and if that is what the customers want.
Using some funky screw (pentalobe), fusing the digitizer to the actual LCD so that breaking the cheap digitizer means you also have to replace the LCD, and similar shenanigans should not be acceptable.
The guarantee extension while in repair part, or the right to choose a third party repair shop, as well as the general availability of spare parts, I'm all in for.
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