IMHO, why are people so obsessed with speed over short distances? I'd rather see long range and reliability in less-than-ideal environments using simple antennas.
Coffee? Coffee. Coffee! COFFEE!!
Seriously, can anyone point to any systemic problem with the way ICANN operates now that seriously adversely affects the way the Internet works?
Saying, "Because those evil, greedy, capitalist running-dog Americans," is not a valid argument.
The thing is connected to the internet and the EPA decided that you're using too much energy.
Yes, I'm being facetious but in the Soviet Union before WWII, you weren't allowed to have light bulbs higher than approved wattage. Lots of people did and they covered up their windows at night when they wanted to use them.
in about five years.
I love how some people get bent out of shape when other want to exercise their 1st Amendment rights. "Oh, but that doesn't apply here!" Oh, okay, so then corporations really are people. Which is it? Either the Bill of Rights applies to everyone, everywhere, in every case... or it doesn't.
People also see bigotry where none exists. People are easily fooled.
I guess proponents of this don't know how tough blowing sand is on transparent materials. No matter, the anti-carbon industrial complex is predicated on planned obsolescence. Lots of people will be making lots of money on replacement parts for decades. Said rich people will then be lobbying heavily against better technology e.g. fusion.
And that, boys and girls, is where crapware comes from.
What this tells me is that the music isn't worth the bits it's printed on. Further, people in the entertainment industry (actors, musicians, pompous directors) are so over paid that they have a severely distorted view of their own importance. They become misinformed after being uninformed. The end result are cases like the anti-vaxers. Here's hoping that bubble bursts sooner rather than later. Never equate popularity with knowledge and wisdom.
IMHO, this is like blaming the Port Authority when bank robbers use one of their bridges for their getaway route.
So it sounds like the former are theoreticians while the latter are practical folks. If that's the case then why would NASA want theoreticians in space when every problem is a practical one? The air scrubbers weren't designed to fit in the LEM. Make them fit or the crew is dead.
The posting is confusing. What exactly is a degree in "engineering technology" and why does that not qualify? How is that different from a degree in engineering?
"Why should we subsidize intellectual curiosity?" -Ronald Reagan