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Comment: Re:Ok, there's only two questions to ask (Score 1) 71

by Yoda222 (#49195223) Attached to: EU Free Data Roaming, Net Neutrality Plans In Jeopardy
It's a group of national government which have decided to overrule the EP. Which ones ? I don't know. But just a possibility. If roaming becomes free, some operators will lose money. And some European operators are partially owned by countries: Orange (France), Deutsche Telekom (Germany), Belgacom/Proximus (Belgium), ... So they may have a reason.

Comment: Re:the problem with nuclear power (Score 1) 384

by Yoda222 (#49188273) Attached to: French Nuclear Industry In Turmoil As Manufacturer Buckles
Helsinki has less than 6 hours of daylight in the winter with a maximum elevation of 6 degrees (on worst day), so it's not easy for solar arrays. And it's in the southern part of Finland so it's worse for the rest of the country. (to be honest the southern part of Finland is also where the vast majority of Finns are living) Nordic countries are not the best place for solar power. But other (renewable or not) sources can be considered, of course.

Comment: Re:Really? On Slashdot? (Score 1) 1350

by Yoda222 (#48755543) Attached to: Gunmen Kill 12, Wound 7 At French Magazine HQ
Can you give us two of such enclaves (two is the minimum, as you use plural). They must respect the conditions that you gives:
  • 1) be/becoming a Sharia-run enclave
  • 2) Absolutely no moderate* muslim said anything or did anything about it

* From what I understand when you use "moderate" in front of muslim, I would probably call them just "muslim" or "normal muslim", but I have kept your word.

The absent ones are always at fault.