Just kidding -- expect to see an extension without any reform.
Or they'll just say they stopped but keep on doing it.
I'll be astonished if they aren't already doing more than we know about.
the entire story about a spontaneous demonstration and a mob angry about some video on YouTube was completely fabricated. They knew it wasn't true
First, we still don't know the full reason why the attack happened. And the main perp admitted he was indeed upset by the video. Wether it was the main reason or not, the perp wouldn't discuss further.
And as far as the Susan Rice announcement, it was suggested by a team member that evidence of possible terrorism not be immediately made public because it may give clues to the terrorists that their involvement was known about. Whether that reason was tainted by political bias or not is hard to say, we can't x-ray their neurons. It's speculative either way.
I've explained this to you before on slashdot, but you ignored it for unknown reasons.
Except for people who care that Obama and his administration blatantly lied about what
Bullshit. There is no clear evidence for such. I've debated you before about it on slashdot, and you lost the debate by my reckoning. Seems you want to lose again.
Sony's headset is meant to reproject frames before render as needed to convert 60+FPS into steady 120FPS.
That seems fine as far as display goes, but part of that requirement for 90+FPS is that head-tracking is congruent... if "real" tracking only is happening at 60FPS, will the faster display framerate really matter as far as people feeling sick after a while (or in some cases instantly...)
Global warming is a sloooooooooooooooooow process
Not necessarily. Greenland ice core records show that in the past the planet has seen temperature shifts of up to 7 C in as little as 30 years. 7 C is huge. It's like transporting Moscow to Rome. Of course, we have no idea what caused such rapid changes in the past. It wasn't CO2 levels, or particulates.
i would not be surprised if humans died off within a couple centuries after that.
I would. If one or more isolated populations managed to survive more than a couple of generations after the event, I think it's highly likely that they'd continue to survive indefinitely. The worst of the changes would be past, and they'd clearly have learned how to survive in the new environment, else they'd have died sooner.
Human intelligence makes us highly adaptable, as evidenced by the extraordinary diversity of environments in which we live, and lived even before the advent of modern technology. Humans who lack the necessary knowledge of how to survive in a particular environment are at severe risk of death any place on the planet, but if they manage to survive for even a year or two, odds are that they'll have learned enough to be able to extend that time almost indefinitely.
GOP 2016 campaign sticker:
2016: Ben Ghazi / Jerry Mander
By some accounts the regular articles are not that biased; it's the editorial section that resembles the usual Rupert style.
> It does have lots of car chases and explosions
It was pretty clear from the trailer that they douched up the Mad Max series real good. I won't watch it, but not because it has been ensnared in the incessant gender-war yammering that is almost inescapable these days.
Part of the problem is this:
Q. How long are the videos kept?
A: Current policy is to indefinitely keep video recordings dealing with crimes. The Seattle Police Department is working with Department of Justice monitor Merrick Bobb to finalize policies for the body-worn cameras.
Are they deleting videos that DON'T deal with crimes after a set period? And why in God's name are they kept indefinitely? Anything the DA doesn't elect to prosecute should be deleted fairly quickly. Anything that hints at police misconduct or a criminal charge against an office is kept for the duration of the State Statute of Limitations.
Don't make me puke... (Score:0, Interesting)
Gotta love slashdot
Because sitting around playing video games all day is *exactly* like a career as a programmer. If you like one, you'll *love* the other.