"Don't build anything, ever, and don't eat any animals, ever" ?
I think the conclusion is pretty obvious. We're heading toward major ecological issues which will kill people. We need to manage our population growth.
so I don't think we made any real progress
Not only that, but we did it slower and at greater expense. Sometimes I go weeks without writing a single line of code anymore. It's really sad. I don't want to be in this industry anymore...unfortunately I don't have much of a choice.
Like, it's a drop dead easy question, and there is no good reason to keep that private.
Are you the Comcast rep in the recording?
most C64 owners dropped it ASAP and went straight for assembly
Only because you couldn't compile it. It was interpreted and slow and hogged up way all of the memory.
You there! Stop talking! Eyes back on the computer screen!
Ha ha! Jokes on them. I can zone out and do nothing for hours while looking at a screen full of code.
because it absolves you of the actual question of what drives interest.
Which is: the interactions of groups of atoms which are mechanically compelled to gather more groups of atoms and assemble them into nearly identical forms to themselves. Or have I zoomed in on the issue too far?