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Comment: Re:Hold on (Score 1) 188 188

Comment: Re:Of course! (Score 1) 571 571

The demo unit is to be 7 meters in diameter and 10 meters tall. (the test unit that they are working on is 1 meter diameter by 2 meters tall) So fairly large (roughly the size of a compact fission reactor that you could see on a naval vessel) but still smaller than a tokamak by a significant amount.

Comment: Re:Changes require systematic, reliable evidence.. (Score 1) 336 336

Easements are only paid for once (usually prior to any building occurs) and the city/village gets the money. Courts generally assume easements are created to last forever, unless otherwise indicated in the document creating the easement.

Comment: Re:Because "How dare he" (Score 1) 419 419

Yes, lets teach our kids that war is always bad, that there is no good reason (german) for war. That a kind human being, would never unjustly war upon people. So when the next meglo-manical dictator comes along with the urge to rule the world, lots of little "war is bad" people will refuse to fight and make everyone's job easier.

Comment: Re:Citation, please. (Score 1) 291 291

Explain (Precisely, please) what YOU will accept as evidence of a dream remember Randi has a 2 way street here, both sides agree on the protocol and what is considered as proof.. Please provide PROOF that you have said million dollars available to give me, sorry but as you said above.. "If you can't offer any evidence, then just say so."

Comment: Re:negatory, cut them back, hard (Score 5, Insightful) 605 605

I like that idea, hey there must be a shortage of "C" level executives since they make so much, lets H-1B a bunch of them in from 3rd world companies. We should be able to drop the median CEO salary from ~500 times the average employee to ~50 times the average employee.

Steve Jobs said two years ago that X is brain-damaged and it will be gone in two years. He was half right. -- Dennis Ritchie