This is gibberish, just build antimatter production stations near the sun. We're drowning in energy.
Cha the last week alone I had to uninstall Chrome from three seperate machines, it was crashing and opening multiple windows with no good explanation why, and no fix that actually worked.
You can always go back to IE I guess.
Plus he has a net worth of over $12 million, he'd get more from the interest than all the rest of that stuff put together.
It's about time. Google has become the de facto gatekeeper for the web and have no real competition. That makes Google a problem.
Also hahaha at the people saying Europe should be blacklisted, in other news, Google just lost access to a market of a half billion wealthy consumers.
Antimatter engines which can bring us to a significant percentage of the speed of light are an engineering problem, there's nothing theoretically impossible about them.
Space has lots of good stuff. Those millions of inhospitable cold rocks are chock full of easily extractable metals of all sorts. The millions of inhospitable cold rocks are often also covered in ice, which can be turned into lots of things. And luckily someone left a giant nuclear reactor sitting in the middle of it all that we can use to take advantage of this insane abundance. Also, nobody cares about pollution in space.
Where does Bennett stand on the MyCleanPC vs telemarketer controversy...?
The plot thickens.
Marxist communism fails wherever it is tried (and saw to the murders of over 100 million innocent people) because it's fundamentally broken. It lacks any of the value indicators that are essential to any economic system.
Marx believed firmly in the labor theory of value, and as such all economic power derived from human labor, not from mechanical power and as such almost completely ignores the value of intellectual work, the guy who figures out the right way to apply labor to raw materials is fantastically more effective than the one who does it the wrong way.
Communism is also terrible at effectively allocating resources since it lacks the price signals that bundle cost and relative value and communicate them in a way that enables efficient allocation of resources to maximize what people collectively perceive as good, which is why communist economies always fail, and will always fail, even in the presence of automated systems that produce and distribute all of the essentials of life to everyone equally.
"All basic necessities of life will be for free and accessible to all members of said society + a few extras brought up by civilization. The list went --> basic necessities are air, water, food, shelter, warmth [energy] and clothing. The extras were child-care, education and medicine."
And yet that's very much what exists in the social welfare systems of most western countries today, with a few exceptions. They focus, quite rightly, on trying to get people back to work, but for the most part nobody starves by the roadside. Simultaneously they harness the desire for self improvement and reward it, creating an incentive for advancement.
As to the rest to be honest it just looks like a lengthy paranoid misanthropic screed.
Oh I suspect her money is very safe indeed.
The field is already open to women.
Kids aren't born a blank sheet of paper, regardless of what some might think. Obviously culture will influence behaviour, but it's not an all or nothing question.
Then again it also means I can take the content created by anyone on youtube and embed it into my own ad-studded website and make cashy money from their efforts.
I think youtube throttles down performance for embedded videos though, just from personal observation.
I love it when science can't explain something yet, it means we have so much more to learn.
"Muslem" is not a race. This annoys me, a wide contingent of the usual headbangers seem to have decided that all the little brown people are the race of Islam. The world map is not drawn in crayons no matter how easy it makes your thought processes to imagine it is.