". . . there may be a psychological element."
"Sexually active popes," "Lists of lists of lists," "Political catchphrases," and a dozen others.
It is too soon for me, but it's a worthwhile warning for the future.
Very impressive. But will it last?
Some interesting data to suggest that holding a big winner is "never as easy as it looks".
Being permanent and relatively-easily verified and obtained makes them great for criminal investigations or for certifying that you are who you say you are. But they’re not passwords because they’re not secret, they’re not revocable, and they’re very difficult to store securely.
Some useful perspective if you read about an environmentalist doomsday scenario.
Related: "The End of Doom: Good news! Dire predictions about cancer epidemics, mass extinction, overpopulation, and more turned out to be a bust".
If we can protect it well enough, it looks like it will "project force" with the best of 'em.
Cheap inputs and economies of scale. Who'd thunk it?