Sounds a lot like AGW denial as well, down to the conspiracy theories.
That's probably in section 5.
If only Slashdot had editors.
I know what KVM means, thanks, but you weren't clear about what kind of machines you're using them on.
I'm in IT and I wouldn't have any problem with Classic Shell itself being on a Win8x computer. I use it myself, after all.
Did you have something intelligent to add? Besides the derp in your second para, just ask your IT guy to install CS for you on "KVM types of machines", whatever that means.
Directly, no. The product of our water usage is, and that was the article's point.
It's funny how your argument sounds just like AGW denialism, down to NO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE and overly simplistic "solutions".
Agreed, the whole thing is a puff piece put to a formerly-relevant nobody.
Nobody's saying otherwise. Did you RTFA/RTFS?
AHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA. You are an idiot.
Evaporating water doesn't stay in the local environment, it goes up into the global environment and eventually rains out somewhere. You
There's not a lot of interest here, probably because Eric Raymond's been irrelevant for nearly 15 years.
Pray tell, how are you going to make it rain reliably where it's needed?
Enviros don't like it because when you desalinate seawater you get two things:
1) potable water, and
2) seawater that's much saltier than normal which is typically all dumped into the same place in the ocean, which is going to kill anything nearby but extremophiles.
#2 is probably solvable but will involve spending more ZOMG MY TAX MONEYS!!!1.