Oh Lord, yes. I took a Windows Server 2008 class that included doing everything on server core as well as "normal" installations. The long command names were SUCH a pain.
Too bad there is no "US grid". There are several regional grids, with limited interconnects between them. You cannot generate wind power in Washington state and consume it in Florida.
I think you can be sure no matter how this plays out, power is going to be more expensive. In addition, if the coal-fired plants are removed from the equation before replacement sources of power are in place, there will be power shortages.
Yes, I did, and yes, you are.
It was an honest question, because I tend to assume people can be taught (I know, an ignorant assumption).
Oh, those are great. Thank you for making a bright spot in my Monday morning.
My question is, do these ACs PURPOSEFULLY misquote this song? By now, everyone should know that the last word in the first stanza is "confidant"; enough people have pointed it out. Or, is this just a 'bot with a fixed text file that is never updated?
Theology is not a science. Science involves experiments, and not of the 'thought' variety: empirically testable hypotheses.
So, I guess that rules out multiverse "theories" as science.
Thank you for the standard knee-jerk, "rational" response to anything even vaguely religious on SlashDot. It restores my faith in the utter stupidity of humanity, atheists and agnostics included.
Meh, it's turtles all the way down.
I was being snarky. I want all the states to have as much "fun" as Montana has. In particular, I want to see Washington, DC politicians understand what happens when you reintroduce large predators in you back yard.
No, I don't remember any such episode, and apparently neither do you. A check of Memory Alpha reveals no such episode.