There reasoning is such: The gas tax brings in money. It then becomes the governments money. When they spend it on roads it becomes an oil subsidy.
That's not the definition that started this thread. All it has to do is be replenished fast enough that there is no chance of it running out in the foreseeable future.
I know better. Absent strong AI there will be no truly autonomous cars.
We don't even have a working theory for making a strong AI.
All we will have is driver assists, which will make people so much worse drivers the overall safety situation won't change. Just like slushboxes, they should have more focus for driving, but in reality automatic drivers are the worst on the road.
That's the argument for teaching the first course in COBOL. Strictly as a weed out.
+1 for honors, +2 for AP is common.
Most universities have more than 50% of their freshman taking some sort of remedial coursework.
Trig is pretty basic math. Intermediate math starts after calculus.
There is a reason that Engineering school is different from law or medical. They have found testing predicts success. Engineering school has had much less luck with testing. Hence they let anybody interested in and flunk out 75% freshman year.
Too much is always better than not enough.
The only exceptions are where 'not enough' throws 'div by 0'.
You've got your sphincter attached to a generator?
Just wait until your car insurance has to cover gas, tires and oil changes.
If that's true than people are different from cattle. Because grain fed beef is much better.
Your mom was a bad cook. Seriously, there isn't one thing that tastes really good to you? Sympathies.
Life is bittersweet. For every good thing their is a bad. The only thing that makes it worth going on is good food.
Paraphrased: B. Desraeli.
There are _many_ good reasons not to associate with Vegans. But the fact they leave more meat for the rest of us is not a reason to be offended.