So, you made a donation to organized crime. How charitable.
Not that fusion is as far off as people think it is. There are some really promising experiments other than the big ones, that seem single digit years away from usable designs.
The majority of CPU cycles in data centers is going to be looking up and filtering specific records in database(or maybe parsing files if you're into that). They can possibly save energy on a few specific kinds of scientific computing.
How totally astute of you. I hadn't considered what I said through the lens of the petulantly literal person who has never broached the idea of there being something after the "1." entry in a dictionary definition.
Thanks for the tip!
Wow, I'm so glad you're not in charge, dude. $100 being worth $250 1990 dollars doesn't mean that it counts for $250 principal on your loan, and if you had that much cash on hand to sit on, you wouldn't need the loan.
You actually want to pay back a mortgage in a deflationary environment. You're nuts. Think about what that would actually mean.
Remember that the overarching goal of government in China is "glorious harmony." They want a monoculture, and they're more inclined to use work-camps with no trial involved than bring people up on summary charges and execute them. You basically have to be an image problem to get executed in China(they kill fewer people than the U.S., for example).
American academia is lousy with left-wing sycophants, who know full well that their inflated salaries are supported by government interference in the student loan market, and taxpayer-supported direct funding. If more than a handful of them spoke up, they'd find out just how easily their overlords can snatch that titty away.
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I don't think you quite get how tenure works.
Part of having inappropriate punishments for crimes is that they aren't necessarily going to correspond to any metric in particular, but the whim of the leadership. That includes light sentences sometimes.
And, that seems like a perfectly reasonable belief. But bitcoin suffers from an excess of "true believers".
Did I say no one breaks the damn law? That's so radically different what I said that I must question your basic verbal processing capability.
I get that sentiment, hence why I said that "libertarian utopians" would want it. Because they actually believe that gigantic defaults can be a good thing for an economy.
Fixed rate home mortgages in the U.S. are backed by the federal government, who provides insurance in order to "incentivize" ownership. For reasons unrelated to the present discussion, I think this is a bad idea, but that doesn't influence the main point that mortgages in the U.S. tend to have lower interest rates than in most other countries.
Totally legal but...
States do everything to prevent access to it... shutting down clinics left and right..
And if you do find a clinic you to face a picket line
Given the responses from all these governments you can tell that Bitcoin is something big... that is.. maybe not the actual coins, but the intellectual underpinnings:
- Limit in coins
- No one governs/owns
It is really what the world has been waiting for.. something that can not be corrupted by any government, is safe and fast. The internet needs this
No, it's pretty much just what libertarian utopians have been waiting for. "No one governing" the Euro is what almost caused the collapse of the EU over one small state having credit difficulties. It isn't an advantage, and exposes the currency to dramatic volatility.
I only wish I had some recent evidence of dramatic bitcoin volatility.
Kind of a sideline approach here...
This is the clearest evidence yet that the pro-bitcoin libertarian segment misunderstand how government control works. The argument goes "government prints the money, and tracks the money therefor can tax me." The presumption of bitcoins is if the currency doesn't come from the government, they don't have any means to control it.
Good ol' actually tyrannical China comes along, and does the thing any government is capable of doing. Saying "if we catch you dodging our system, our system will throw your stupid self in jail." Poof.
If having a wallet.dat is a crime, the fact that the coins inside of it are encrypted won't protect you.