Can someone explain how either of these scenarios are capitalist?
FYI: nabe = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N... = "...Most nabemono are stews and soups served during the colder seasons..."
Don't criminals already use encryption? Am I supposed to, out of pure love for the government, not encrypt my devices so that if I ever become a criminal the FBI can more easily find me? Wouldn't that just make me a more likely target for crimials? Or perhaps the FBI is suggesting that companies should not provide encryption by default, causing customers will choose a competitor's product instead? This is silly: the only reason to start this campaign is if the end goal is to convince legislators to make encryption illegal.
Do we know that sustained, constant exertion is more efficient over a two hour period than exertion that has a cyclic component?
Some runners have the ability to speed up and slow down without requiring a hill!
gurps_npc: The post I replied to was talking about medical information in the US.
Can't the routers split the traffic more evenly?
Some years ago I had a wired router that did what the summary describes: if one computer ran bittorrent, nobody else could do anything. I assumed that the router split the traffic by demand, or by number of total connections. This makes sense up to a point. I assumed routers have gotten better since then because I haven't had the problem in a while. It seems like a more fair algorithm should be implemented.
So why not just use tables for layout then?
HIPAA requires them to provide it to you, and sets limits on the fees for doing so. The fees are limited to cover copying the records.
The 0.59 number is one region.
The 29000 number is for the entire planet.
The comparison isn't meaningful.
Here is one source of the issue, taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A...
In 2001, Alfred Nobel's great-grandnephew, Peter Nobel (b. 1931), asked the Bank of Sweden to differentiate its award to economists given "in Alfred Nobel's memory" from the five other awards. This request added to the controversy over whether the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is actually a "Nobel Prize".
 (Ntb-Afp). "Alfred Nobels familie tar avstand fra økonomiprisen". Aftenposten.no. Retrieved 26 January 2014.
Although truthfully, if I created a prize called the "Best Slashdot post in memory of Alfred Nobel" and paid for it separately, I can see why one would be hesitant to call it a Nobel prize, no matter who gave it or when. I wonder what power Nobel's will has today? Does someone have the power to actually pay for the prize out of Nobel's money, or to change the rules he laid out?
Are you saying that that the only motivation for social justice or environmentalism is to avoid guilt? Yes, only people with disposable income can afford to make purchases "on principle." But whatever the motivation, it is good that they are doing so.
The peace prize is different in that it is, by definition, political. Do not judge the other prizes by how the peace prize is awarded.
The Nobel prize is never given posthumously. That's where it stops.
Pascal: Delphi still lives.
Who's going to want a fusion plant if it's more risky and more expensive than Natural Gas?
Someone who doesn't like burning fossil fuels or mining natural gas.