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Comment Shirt (Score 3, Funny) 252

"What Evans apparently doesn't realize is that because of the thermal inertia of the oceans, within narrow bounds we can already predict what global temperatures will be in 2019, 2024, and 2029. And David Evans is going to lose his shirt."

Well, at least losing the shirt will make it easier to withstand the higher temperatures.

Comment Re:What could go wrong? (Score 2) 168

Exactly. No, this won't stop an attack by agents trained and funded by a foreign government or a high tech genius, but it isn't intended to. What it's meant to do is prevent someone off the street from throwing down some money, getting a drone, and flying it into a plane or restricted building, and the value of that is enormous.

Comment Re:If this is debunked in the summary, why post it (Score 2) 340

I know! I can barely stomach such holier-than-though, condescending statements such as

I wear second-hand leather, eat marshmallows made with cow hoof glue, and just last week I had a Starbucks latte in a paper cup. (Yeah, you heard me.) I'm not claiming to be morally righteous; I'm not claiming to be perfect. I'm a human being, and if I contradict myself then, very well, I contradict myself.

Comment Re:Sensible then not (Score 1) 503

There's isn't evidence that exposure causes symptoms. That just means that people experience symptoms are blaming the wrong thing. If someone has a headache and blames it on WiFi, it's reasonable to tell them that's not what's causing their headache. It's not reasonable to tell them that, no, they don't have a headache.

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