Yes, the producers will pay you to use (more) electricity, happens when the cost of stopping and restarting a power-plant is high and demand is low.
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The problem is figuring out how to craft a law demanding that. What does it mean to be "relevant" to a bill's stated purpose? For that matter, how does one define the "stated purpose" of a bill?
The obvious answer is, whoever wrote and introduced the bill gets to decide which amendments are relevant.
If a bad bill is introduced and the submitter stonewalls any amendments to improve it then it'll just get voted down.
It is easy to show that adding a term like phi^4 to the energy density, the latter reaches its minimum for a field phi != 0.
And suddenly vacuum isn't empty any more. Why is that? What is the motivation for adding that phi^4 term out of nowhere?
What the sensationalist headline and summary forgot to mention is that RedHat is paying a whopping $99 to Microsoft.
What is more worrisome and more headline worthy is that Microsoft has now become the de facto gatekeeper of your computer BIOS. Without their signature you operating system will not run.
But if they remove the SIM there is plenty of room for a microSD slot in it's place.
A "software SIM" on the SD card would be a win for consumers. It'll never happen though, since not having a SD and price gouging additional models with more internal flash is all the vogue right now.
BASF still exists? To me BASF is this, and I haven't heard them since.