Even as information sources have been squeezed, Iraqi authorities have cracked down on the media, threatening to close newspapers and TV stations whose reporting falls afoul
of the government line.
In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal, physicist, author, and realist Russell Seitz wrote, "Like the Acme products that animate Road Runner cartoons, the gadgetry of [nanotechnology] dreams falls afoul
not just of common sense but of the rigor of nature's laws.
The plight of illegal immigrants--and motivations for political terrorism--are surprisingly and entertainingly blended into "Hop," story of a Burundi-born boy in Brussels who falls afoul
of Belgium's immigration police.
According to Martin, "any group that falls afoul
of Beijing can easily be quashed under Hong Kong's new law.
This should not pose any threat to pro-life dissent; pro-life activity that falls afoul
of this prohibition deserves to be prosecuted.
Which, of course, rules out a patent, because a perpetual motion machine falls afoul
of that ultimate trump card, the Second Law of Thermodynamics.