USA, a country full of control freaks and paranoia.
If man is made in God's image, then what's he doing with a penis. And if god is perfection, how come he made a flawed man. How come every religion sees there own particular God when they have a near death experience. Why, cause it's all made up.
Wow, I just can't understand how people still believe in a god (any god). It's the 21st century! Here in the UK, they expect the church of England (christian) to be dead within a single generation. We grew up. The US still seems to be backward thinking in so many ways. No explanation of other planets, solar system. I can't wait till they find life on another planet. Let's see you text books explain that. #growup
Yer, it is if your business is located in a cr@p country. If your happy for this stuff to go on, then they obviously use it for your brain surgery.
So, NASA spends millions every year monitoring debris (more commonly knows as space crap) and are worried that even a flake of paint can damage a space station because of its speed, and they deliberately put debris (crap) into space. Well done NASA.
should read my comment above. These costs don't include decommissioning, changing fuel, storing fuel, security etc. It's a completely false comparison. With solar, once you've built it, apart from a bit of cleaning, that's pretty much it.
nuclear is way, W A Y more expensive, especially if you take in to account of the billions it takes to decommission the thing when it comes to the end of its life. Let alone build the thing. And costs of storing spent fuel underground, shipping it, national security protection, etc. Funny how people who love nuclear, never include any of these costs.
the whole sale cost of solar panels has been dropping every year (well here in Europe anyeay). It depends when he/you got the figures from.
The problem with most large powerstations is they're generally some distance away from the towns and area they're generating electricity for. A massive chunk of electricity gets lost in the miles and miles of cable used to route it to people's homes, massively reducing efficiency.
It's when you see someone stroking the side of it (to go through menus etc.) that makes the wearer look real creepy, especially if they're concentrating on the screen and haven't noticed there's a child standing in the front.
Shame the camera is so low res. Almost retro in spec.
Apple are pretty much control freaks at the best of times. But you expect to be controlled one way or another if you buy in to a closed OS. And the US is just as controlling as China when they demand back doors to be included in security products to bypass encryption to spy on your data. If you think your in anyway living in a free country, no matter where you live, , then you must be high on something.
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Wine, bringing windows viruses to Android. Cheers guys.
In the video there looks like a rack of pointy sticks. Now, whats the chances of a bored person finding a blowup domb to fling one at? As for security, looks about as secure as a Microsoft OS.