I think you mean India.
Car sales are up 4000 percent in India, and as a result, you can't see a thing.
Time to end all fossil fuel subsidies and exemptions, including depreciation and fleet discounts.
That said, hybrids don't help if you drive further distances, or burn up fuel while not moving.
I think I can relate to your points and largely agree with them. Thanks for clarifying.
In your view, what are the key advantages of R over other scientific computing languages, most notably Matlab (which has to be considered with its plethora of toolboxes of course)?
Or Python with scipy/numpy, or Julia, given their open source nature in addition to the plethora of libraries.
Are you advocating removing all regulations?
If not, then realize that there may be a correct level of regulations that is somewhere between all and none. More regulation may help us but much more than that may harm us.
I didn't think they existed. After all I can't see them. Unless I can put it in my pocket I don't believe it exists.
Here's a pocket black hole.
Put it in your pocket.
(steps back as implosion occurs)
Now help me assemble this space gravitational wave observatory using plastic blocks
I think you're trying to use US costs for Morocco. Labor is way cheaper, there's a lot more sun (the flux), and it's a net benefit there. The panels even provide shade for grazing animals.
(yes, I've been to Morocco)
It's not a feature.
It's a bug.
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Listen to your users. Don't insult them.
Um, logic fail. If I state A means B, and you say C means B, that does not mean both are not true.
it's not my job to describe C means B. I leave that up to GG.
Science and religion are in full accord but science and faith are in complete discord.