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Comment: Re:Price not yet announced (Score 1) 243

by Khyber (#48462787) Attached to: How Intel and Micron May Finally Kill the Hard Disk Drive

"Like as if you'd want to use Windows own search. It's poor compared to third party search programs."

Windows key and type in what I'm looking for. Oh shit, it finds EVERYTHING.

Windows search only sucks for the tools that don't have a goddamned clue how to organize their filesystem.

Comment: Re:Moon landing evidence? (Score 2) 62

by Khyber (#48458049) Attached to: Conglomerate Rock From Mars: (Much) More Precious Than Gold

"However, if your belief is that the Apollo moon landings were legitimate, then please explain to me how the astronauts got through the Van Allen belt?"

Uh, really simple. It's just an electro-magnetic field that has protons and electrons. We go through stronger magnetic fields getting an MRI done.

Comment: Re:Problem? (Score 1) 177

by Khyber (#48449623) Attached to: How the World's Agricultural Boom Has Changed CO2 Cycles

No, the solution is to quit being so narrow-minded and think of EVERYTHING in the entire process, instead of cherry-picking and focusing upon the plant itself.

Huge land fields of corn require HUGE amounts of carbon fuels (currently) to harvest and process. Given their per-pound yield per acre in relative comparison to many other crops SUCKS, no surprise given tons of corn-based fuel/food production areas.

Comment: Re: Gay Sex! Agenda 21. (Score 1) 177

by Khyber (#48449221) Attached to: How the World's Agricultural Boom Has Changed CO2 Cycles

"It just takes a while for genetics to catch up with the new environment."

We've seen lizards of the same species evolve different reproductive systems (Australia, same lizard species, one does live birth, the other does eggs, genetically identical) within the span of 50 years.

Don't think evolution is cosmically slow. That's a HUGE mistake.

Comment: Re:Gay Sex! Agenda 21. (Score 0) 177

by Khyber (#48449185) Attached to: How the World's Agricultural Boom Has Changed CO2 Cycles

From my experience working in plenty of pro-Republican/GOP leaning retail stores, they're not the problem.

I've been invited to several churches by friends while living in Texas, Tennessee, and California. Many of the times I've gone, they're not preaching the gospel. They're talking about how to bypass and abuse the system. And then you realize that about 65% of that congregation is welfare-dependent, and that they're more than willing to drop tens of dollars out of that gov't cheese cheque towards that person just because 'Jesus told him how to make my ends meet.'

No, first we end religious welfare, then we end corporate welfare. A good chunk of the corporate welfare part is almost guaranteed to stem from the religious welfare part.

Comment: Re:PR (Score 1) 275

" Like solar cells, they are decades away from being economical."

Yea... no. They've been economical for several years. Have you been paying attention to China pumping out tons of them at like $0.4/W? $100 for a 250w panel. A few years ago, that was more like $200. And the prices are only dropping faster and further with many more countries starting to realize Solar is indeed a viable energy source. Combine with extremely high-efficiency tech, like LED lighting, and the realization of not needing that much Solar power in the first place makes everything fit economically.

Solar is indeed the energy of choice - what do you think pretty much all life on this planet requires? Think of the food/energy chain. Sunlight>plants>animal, sunlight>algae>plankton>fish.

Even the Oriental Hornet can generate electricity, its exoskeleton containing structures that allow it to do so directly from sunlight.

To say solar is not viable is to ignore millions of life forms that successfully utilize it, AT FAR LOWER EFFICIENCIES, and to discount their entire existence.

Care to try again?

Comment: Re:I'm happy to announce (Score 1) 394

It worked fine all the way back to FireFox 3.

No, I did not file a bug report. Why? Because the market's moving towards Chrome at an incredible pace. Firefox barely has 25% market share in the browser area. They fucked off with their FireFox OS and other crap, and lost core focus.

Comment: Re:I'm happy to announce (Score 1) 394

I love your lack of critical thinking. Very unfitting of someone with your UID.

Re-read my statement, think a little harder. There's a key word in there that you're either ignoring or attributing a wrong meaning to. I know which word it is, let's see if you can figure it out.

If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts. -- Albert Einstein