Wake up, gweihir. The matrix has you.
The old auto racing quote:
"In order to make a small fortune in racing, first you need a large fortune."
Yes. I have often wished I could vote for the Republican Party of the 1860's. Sadly, the economic wing of the party was all to eager to jump into the pockets of the robber barons; and the social wing ran right off the deep end with their pivot from abolition to prohibition.
Well. Clearly you have not been looking at her XKeyscore file.
You missed the key element. The title includes the text "(Video)". I.e. there is no content here, but somebody managed to find a way to stretch this lack of content out from a 5-6 sentence PR piece into a 20-25 minute video. Just skip the whole thing.
Finally a jobs bill that republicans can get behind.
All crashes are avoidable. ALL.
Once you take this as your primary design principle, all this ethics gobbledy-gook goes away.
Me: "Ok, they are offering me XXX you give me XXX*20% and I'll stay"
Not to worry. I am sure the boys up in Redmond are working night and day to increase the % of malware affecting windows phones.
Hmmm. Fat is more energy dense than coal.... I have a modest proposal!
What is your basement made of? H2 will diffuse through solid metal. This fact (among others) is what keeps fuel cell vehicles in the realm of science fiction (or very expensive demonstrations anyway).
False. Any salt is easily reduced to its component ions by exposing it to water.
Do you have any idea how close a tolerance you must have in order to have millions of bricks and have any pair of them mate cleanly, easily, and with sufficient clutch to not immediately fall off? And have multiple "legal" connection locations on each brick? And permit multiple bricks attach with equal spacing and equivalent strength?
We are talking a process capability that rivals, if not vastly exceeds, most aerospace manufacturers. No disrespect to the rocket science guys, but we are talking tight tolerances on small parts.
Clearly their first mistake was being born poor.
Seriously kids, don't get born poor. It really stinks.