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Comment: Re:Comcast (Score 1) 106

by DigiShaman (#47766685) Attached to: Time Warner Cable Experiences Nationwide Internet Outage

Yeah, and in that 20 years, all of the jobs will be overseas managed by both people and equipment overseas. America will be the land of the global elite much how London is now as a city. The poor will still be there to take care of local services; poor because too may people competing for too little jobs. A true have / have-not society.

The future of America in 20 years will be one with a severally if not totally diminished middle class.

Comment: Re:Don't Worry! (Score 1) 373

by Lumpy (#47765991) Attached to: Climate Damage 'Irreversible' According Leaked Climate Report

here is the kicker, anyone with an IQ over 100 and not lazy can make their own wind generators. In fact if you are not completely inept you can easily generate all the electricity you need with low cost parts that are available. All of the knowlege you need is right in front of you, you just have to take the time to search for it and read it.

Drilling for oil, then refining it yourself with todays available devices and parts is significantly harder than a solar,wind and battery installation.

Comment: Re:Beyond what humans can do (Score 1) 373

by Lumpy (#47765941) Attached to: Climate Damage 'Irreversible' According Leaked Climate Report

" can you please tell me how we are going to deal with all of those people displaced by this natural phenomenon?"

That is all a part of his trickle down economics on how the wealthy's cast off cash will flow down to solve that problem, we just need to give the wealthy a LOT more money.

Comment: Epic fail... (Score 2) 106

by Lumpy (#47765233) Attached to: Time Warner Cable Experiences Nationwide Internet Outage

The fact they have ONE backbone connection is an utter and epic failure. Who designed their network because that person needs to be fired.
Each major section or city needs it's own backbone connection. At least that is how we did it back in the old @home days, one failure can not bring down all services across the nation. Some cities had multiple backbones going into the area's OTN.

Comment: Re:Are we, America, butthurt? (Score 1) 218

by DigiShaman (#47764277) Attached to: Fermilab Begins Testing Holographic Universe Theory

Wars cost money. So when you have a bunch of Islamic assholes wanting to destroy western civilization and replace it with a caliphate, who you gonna call?! Rather than bust ghosts, we send teams of them. Meanwhile, Europe (hanging on by a thread due to Islamic immigration) enjoys all the cost savings by dumping funds into healthcare and science.

Someone has to do the dirty work around here, and that's America. And we get shit on by Europe for doing it.

Protect your own, I'm fucking done support the military. We have ICBMs, just glass the fucking place. I'm all about that whole passive/aggressive thing these days.

Comment: Re:Seagate failures (Score 1) 283

by DigiShaman (#47764041) Attached to: Seagate Ships First 8 Terabyte Hard Drive

All purchased separately within a three month time frame. I don't think it was from a bad batch. I think it was either poor materials selected or fundamentally flawed engineering. Someone brought up the issue with the enclosures being the culprit. Seems like a logical explanation for why the failed, but Seagate should have caught this problem early on in testing or simulation testing.

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