Actually, best known for his role in the mini series Roots.
This is a great comment, thanks.
Wasn't there a guy who tried this once before?
Also, I fear for the real birds, it's very easy for someone with a rifle to shoot down a soaring rappter. If someone were growing weed in the woods real birds will be killed, many are endangered or recovering.
Why not? Because I don't have to, because a new ps4 is not a necessity. Since there is no backwards compatibility I have no compelling reason to choose this Sony product over any other game console. It will be easy for me to follow my conscience and choose to purchase from a company with higher standards of conduct. I don't trust Sony, trust is earned, they have proved themselves untrustworthy. Sometimes it's hard to make a consumer decision but this couldn't be simpler.
I should think the water won't last long in the oil as its being heated to 700 degrees, the watter should boill off and be recoverable with a condensor. This is assuming that you would want a closed circuit for the water.
If the plant isn't efficient as per "energy out" / "energy in" it could still be efficient as per "total energy out lifetime" / "total cost in dollars lifetime".
The article linked to does not support your assertion, says nothing about underwriters stepping in, nothing about freefall, nothing about decline, nothing about manipulation.
Why is that?
Wouldn't this be copyright infringement? The web page as you intended is your creative work, they are altering and distributing your work. I don't think you are allowed to do that.
"Monopolies should be public. Leave the rest to the market if you don't know what is optimal. If you do, get rid of the market."
Absolutely, on any given day, in the small city where I live, the posted price of gas is exactly the same at every single gas station. This is a market that is broken. That not one guy is willing to offer a penny, or a fraction of a penny to sell a more gas than the other guy is a sign that this is not a real market.
Markets should exist where markets work, but if it's not a real market than it should be a regulated service. A broken(non competitive) market is like a tax, but without the benefit to society. Markets that aren't competitive should be regulated to encourage competitiveness, or they should be replaced with public utilities.
gpl first freedom (0):
"the freedom to use the software for any purpose"
"we encourage people who redistribute free software to charge as much as they wish or can."
The cost of distributing someone else's gpl work is licensing your derivative work under the same license. The face up fairness of this deal is what appeals to so many developers. Every license has rules.
Nobody calls him SJ.
Seems like a sexist prick thing to say.
Where are Attila Dimedici's comments where he can justify such an outrageous summary? I think if I submitted a story, I would at least follow the discussion. The impression he is leaving about Tesla closing it's doors is irresponsible at best.
Maybe when you get older you will understand, and situations like this will not seem so weird.