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Free will (the existence of autonomous human decisions made neither predictably nor randomly) is not real.
"predictable" and "predictable in theory", as well as "random" and "random in theory", are different beasts. Pragmatically, human beings are not actually predictable with any accuracy, and can do actions that are seemingly random. In the absence of proof of determinism, Free Will wins.
Deleting A.I. is murder. Copying an A.I. is as abhorrent as cloning
These are two unrelated statements.
The Swift programming language will become the standard for iOS application development while Objective-C will become obsolete
it ain't gonna happen any time soon. There is a tremendous legacy of frameworks and libraries that are difficult or impossible to access without an Objective-C shim. (See the HIDManager for an example)
Evolution is not fact.
"Fact" is defined as "a thing that is indisputably the case." (per google). Dispute exists - so Evolution is a theory, as is everything produced by science. In science, we refine theory as new evidence arises. Evolution is not a "fact" - but it is, indeed, the best explanation for what we see today.
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Everyone eligible to vote in a government elections should by law have to vote.
without full participation, accuracy of results can be manipulated by various forms of voter disenfranchisement or ballot box stuffing. Requirement implies verification of participation, which should eliminate or reduce those factors.