Kids always want to use lambda expressions where for loops would work just fine, and run faster too.
Or, you could simply use a good compiler which ultimately doesn't see the difference between the two.
some of which weigh up to 80 tons.
The average core stone weighs something like two tons. That's the majority of them. The humongous ones are a few granite pieces.
As sea level rises, pressure at the seabed increases and offgassing decreases. So if seabed methane is a contributor to global warming, then it will cause sea level rise, thus limiting itself
With what coefficient, though? Will it decrease significantly before London, Netherlands, and major West Coast and East Coast cities are under water? Sea bed is really deep, a few meters of extra water isn't going to change anything.
As for "quantitative anthropology," there are a few sources out there that mention applying quantitative methods back then, but I doubt there was as much computer use as in, say, economics. On the other hand, I know a number of people who did their doctoral dissertations in the humanities in the 1960s and early 1970s who were making use of computers to try things similar to what we'd called "digital humanities" today. And I've read papers in the humanities using computer-aided analysis going back to at least the early 1960s. Perhaps it was the "space race" era or something that influenced those projects, but computers were around particularly at universities.
One word: SNOBOL.
I don't give a fuck about my electronic devices.
A short-wave transciever could come in mighty handy should disaster come.