Utilities do use batteries for short term electricity storage. http://www.aesenergystorage.co...
The article defines a troll as someone who has been banned from an online group.
You can be banned from a website such as redstate for being an Obama supporter. People are often banned from websites solely for having minority viewpoints.
Nope. The US started monitoring all international calls much earlier. Read a book on the NSA.
No, really all they are doing is driving more talented individuals away from their business.
Maybe that is how they plan on hiring more women!
OK. Where I live the covers are rectangular. Please provide an equivalent set of answers on why manhole covers are rectangular.
For the same reason that assholes are round and not square.
Yes, pretty amazing. People are standing right next to the road where race cars are travelling at up to 150 mph.
> Sometimes being smart is knowing how to access the resources needed to do obscure things
No. Being knowledgeable about a subject is being able to make use of reference sources.
> Doesn't bother me one bit if someone looks the facts up and presents that as part of their argument or statement.
That is the problem. Something finds something on the internet using Google and presents that as a "fact". And, then presents themselves as an expert on the subject because of that "fact".
Are you Kursad Zafer Cire?
But, the intent is to get rid of women, in particular the most attraction ones.
Internet over 4G really isn't that expensive
In what way is $5 per GB not "that expensive"?
It is very cheap in comparison to the cost of selling his house.
Pretty much. No one cares about nuclear weapons since the cold war ended. Well, no one but old, irrelevant people.
I'm less worried about full scale nuclear war, but I'm a lot more worried about nuclear weapons proliferation to groups that are unlikely to use them with any sort of restraint.
You mean countries like Israel?
The root of the problem is that police might kill someone based upon an anonymous tip.
It costs about $2,000 per acre foot for desalinated water, while some farmers in the Imperial valley are paying $20 per acre foot for water.