The most efficient way to do that is to reduce CO2 in the air.
Did you know that's becasue of increased CO2?
"Ownership of the means of production" is just a high-falutin' Marxist way of saying property rights. If I'm some peasant in a feudal society, the "means of production" boils down to my hoe and the patch of dirt where I grow vegetables.
Property "rights" in feudal societies generally boils down me keeping what little I have mainly because its of so little value nobody has bothered expending any effort to take it from me, not because I manage to maintain physical possession of it. It stays in my possession not because of any rights I have, only because entropy has a tendency to keep objects at rest where they are.
The fact that my liege can take anything away from my anytime he wants to creates an uncertainty of possession and is a major disincentive to productivity -- why work beyond a subsistence level if you have no idea (or every idea) when it will be taken away from me.
Let us know when you have a virus that obeys border laws.
If it emerges again t won't be exactly the same. Best to be prepared ahead of time instead of spending months, or years after it emerges trying to figure it out.
. Meaning we will \have learned more techniques to help us respond to different vectors, not that it will reemerge exactly like something we have in a lab.
plus, there is still a lot to learn fro it that applies to may viruses.
Potential defenses. It would be a stupid, horrible, and backfire in a lot of ways for a government to use it as a weapon. SOmething government have known since WWI
Globally based theologically motivate nut jobs on the other hand, they won't care cause..'god'.
Well, we wold need the virus for experimentation.
Of course if we can do it at leisure, then so can everyone else.
Of course everyone should evaluate their value, but not long ago $8 for two movies a month was a very good deal where people were willing to pay that and pay for gas and drive and stand in line and browse a cacophonous store. Today $8 for two movies a month is seen as a bad deal.
That's all I was saying. I wouldn't pay $8 for two movies a month because their selection is limited, but I would if they had movies I liked.
I bet 'Troll Hunter' is a better movie then any of those foreign art films.
You can watch a good B movie _and_ read subtitles.
Obviously film enjoyment is a subjective matter. Claiming one film is better than all other films in a very wide net is a pretty tall order though. On the other hand comparing one film against an entire other genre is probably making a bigger claim about your preference of an entire genre than the one film. I'm unsure whether to check out Troll Hunter now.
Yes, enlightenment is preferable, I was following Lab Rat Jason's prayer format for I am a neophyte prayer.
Goose bumps every time.
Warp Speed, Mr. Scott.
I don't think you know what peasant means.
The problem is a lot of these contractor don't run their company(themselves) like a company.
They should be tucking money away, knowing there will be slow periods.
When the slow period arrive, take it easy for a couple of months.
IT's contracting, no different the being a general contractor o you own construciton company.
haha, I heard that all the time when I did security.
When push came to shove, the people that always stood up and said what needed to be said where always the first to go...for other reasons, of course.
And yes, I mean saying it professionally.