If the 401k plan wasn't tied to the specific company I might be able to see your argument, but given that it's tied to the employer and all of the things that employer could do (ie, ride the company off the rails) I don't see how it could be considered better./quote.401ks arent tied to the employer. you can take them and run at any time.
as long as you can bill for the re-work then you're good. may I also suggest raising his billing rate. source: I am a bidness man
The problem is half the people in the workforce are below average.
half the people are below the *median*. if the distribution of people's abilities is symmetric then it will be true for the average as well, but there's no reason to think that.
When you bought that foreign car, you voted with your money that auto workers in that country are better than domestic ones.
a lot of fords and chevys are made in mexico, and a lot of foreign brands are made in US. careful when you fling your jingoistic mud.
I thought it said legomaniac's disease. It's hard to browse on my phone.
Surprise surprise, yes you do. You have 2^9 and I have 2^5. Sock puppets?
oh yeah totally. then why do i have so many modded up +5 comments? it's because i contribute my expertise to the community. be careful when throwing around words like troll, drinky-poo. you know what they say, i'm rubber, you're glue...
I think instead of relying on "data" which are just numbers, you should ask somebody who is an expert in the field, like me.
I'm pretty sure I'm right. I don't need "data" to back me up. Hint, data just the plural of datum, which is just a a single number.
What's especially weird, if they're looking for dirty air, why are they starting in Denver then going to sf? The two most relevant cities are LA and Houston.
fine. i bet the co2 level outside at street level is never more than 10% higher than up in the sky. the things you describe are acute effects. in that vein, you could put carbon monoxide sensors in cars in case anybody tries to off themselves using tailpipe gas. when people talk about outdoor air pollution they are talking about chronic effects like i just described.
further, co2 isnt' an an air pollutant. it doesn't cause ozone, smog, bronchitis, heart disease or cancer. we all inhale it and exhale it every day. it's the new hotness but completely irrelevant when talking about air quality.
I would put air quality monitors at schools nationwide. that would be very relevant. also an effective way to drive policy, think of the children.
it's like being electrocuted while fixing your lamp for one second.
Why should anyone care about the power level, as opposed to the pulse energy?
people who have tattoos should care, for one. the ideal tattoo removal laser has really high instantaneous power but really short pulses. this way you get high power but low energy per pulse.
the tattoo ink breaks down better with higher power lasers because it breaks the bonds holding the ink molecules together. but by keeping the energy per pulse low, you're minimizing the tissue damage since tissue damage grows with the amount of energy absorbed by the skin. when you break up the ink molecules into smaller pieces then the immune system can flush away the bits into your lymph nodes. tattoo is gone!
following this thought, most microwaves are 1200W, so to power one for ten seconds is 12kJ. so it's not unreasonable if the energy efficiency of their setup is 10% that the statement about microwave ovens is correct.