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Comment: Re: At which point (Score 3, Informative) 504

by Bruha (#45324781) Attached to: Feinstein and Rogers: No Clemency For Snowden

And you lost me the second you started ripping Obama over this. This shit has Cheney's fingerprints all over it. Bush was just the tool.

What's most disturbing is the economic spying. I want to know who it's being given to. That there would be proof that corporations have subverted the government for their own profits.

Comment: Interesting Mining Target (Score 1) 110

by Bruha (#45288803) Attached to: Kepler-78b: The Earth-Like Planet That Shouldn't Exist

What's interesting is that all the metals on the planet if entirely molten could be found and siphoned off from orbit if we had the technology to do so. It would be like guessing the layers of an onion more or less. Gold and other metals would be at certain depths based on their weights compared to others.

Comment: It's how society evolves. (Score 2) 736

by Bruha (#44713341) Attached to: Technologies Like Google's Self-Driving Car: Destroying Jobs?

Robots will replace every human working in fast food eventually so what do you do to employ tens of millions of people put out of work? Look at the millions without jobs now. Even in IT a lot of automation has reduced the need for more IT engineers and to save money they are making us do more with less which forces is to rely more on automation. Robots will also evemtually replace surgeons and could replace lawyers too and so you and up with a broad swath of skill levels without jobs or money. Some sections of our society will just decide to kill the constitution and lock people up in dorms to keep these jobless out of the eye of those or we can free people to turn their attention to things that interest them. Things that they could not focus on before. Think scientist who did not have to worry about money or resources. Google manna chapter 1 and read it.

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