Ooh, or even better, an IPv6 to IPv4 tunnel broker used by some major brand of Wi-Fi router....
Or a VPN provider of some sort.
Crookes's device is a heat engine moved by air currents, this devices is claimed to work in vacuum
That makes little sense. If money is what you're after, the very LAST thing you should do it try to dig into climate change. Let alone finding proof for it. If money is what you want, you should slap together some research in a field that is under less scrutiny and where there are bigger stakeholders willing to pump money your way as long as you prove them right. Genetically altered crops, and how safe they are would be a great field. Less controversy and big players with deep pockets that would certainly love to have "scientifically proven" how their stuff is great for you and your health.
You mean sanity and logic in politics? Laws that make sense and are rooted in reality instead of panic?
No, we can't have that! That could be sensible, and we can't have that in our legislative.
It's the same kind of self-censorship going on that we have here. With the difference that here you're just being inconvenienced 'til you go out of business or bend over instead of being shot, of course. So, yes, we're still "more free" than them.
But it's also a reminder that "more" is not necessarily more than "much"...
As if that was any different here. Even if dressed more nicely, the US justice system is still built on revenge.
72 virgins... sounds like a LAN party of the late 90s.
Well, 50 shades of green.
7kWh should be plenty. That is (on a regular 110V grid) 15A continuous for 4h. I doubt some LED lights, an efficient fridge/freezer and some charging devices use that much.
But extracting either from seawater does not really make any sense. Some mid-east countries desalinate so they can pursue idiotic schemes to grow wheat in the desert, when they could just buy wheat for far less. California has a few desalination plants, because of dumb policies that vastly inflate the cost of water to urban consumers, while subsiding the delivery of rainwater to farmers growing rice and cotton in the desert.
Forget rice and cotton. We'd be happy if they'd stop growing alfalfa and almonds in the desert.... With that said, even if we got rid of that problem, eventually California's growing population would still require desalination. The drought simply moves that date closer in many places.
No. Of course not. Religious madness will not stop as long as religion exists.
The fortunate part of suicide missions is that there is a very small percentage of repeat offenders.
Well, when all you have to convince people that they should work for you is promises of eternal bliss after death without any kind of proof, you can't really expect nobel prize material to flock to you...
They're a bit like religion. Yes, there are some good aspects, but in total, it's more of a hassle than the benefits warrant.