Subsurface ocean warming explains why global average air temperatures have flatlined since 1999, despite greenhouse gases trapping more solar heat at the Earth’s surface. “Every week there’s a new explanation of the hiatus,” said corresponding author Ka-Kit Tung, a UW professor of applied mathematics and adjunct faculty member in atmospheric sciences. “Many of the earlier papers had necessarily focused on symptoms at the surface of the Earth, where we see many different and related phenomena. We looked at observations in the ocean to try to find the underlying cause.”
What they found is that a slow-moving current in the Atlantic, which carries heat between the two poles, sped up earlier this century to draw heat down almost a mile (1,500 meters). Most previous studies focused on shorter-term variability or particles that could block incoming sunlight, but they could not explain the massive amount of heat missing for more than a decade."
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No, it's more like "Buck Feta".
Yeah, cause they want us to be serfs in a backwards nation where people can't even run at 1 GB/s while the other first world nations run at 100 GB/s.
Yeah, that works.
To be fair, Agile can be freaking awesome. I worked at a devotedly Agile shop and it was a developerocratic utopia. After the few meetings we had, all participants walked away with legitimate action items. You didn't just get called in to listen to something that didn't concern you - if you were invited, it's because you were specifically needed.
I've also worked in places where Agile was a stultifying cover story for "actually waterfall but that doesn't sound as cool so we'll never admit it". That might be the kind of
I know all of those words but still have no idea WTF the summary is talking about. Does this boil down to "Wikipedia teens with infinite free time are trying to build fiefdoms", which is the usual explanation for Wikidrama?
So give the patient a fever?
Not exactly - that is worse.
It's more like give the individual cells a fever. Specifically if you can target the out of control cancer cells. The runaway machinery apparently can't cope with being too far outside normal operating range, whereas healthy cells, for the most part, can.
There was a seminar by one of the scientists who was visiting the UW about evolutionary biology and the implications on viral load and parasites, which pointed out that, even as we reduce specific infestations, other infestations end up replacing them, if we don't alter the polluted water and food sources that created them in the first place.
So I'd say that it is a moving target. Even when we come up with malarial or TB drugs, we still fail to alter the underlying living conditions which create the risk factors in the first place.
...does this mean I can smoke?
You have to have sex first.
Smoking is for after.
A lot of people obsess over making new wheels. They'd be far better off it they wrote a decent object library to do wheels once, maintain it, and spend far more time getting the engine to push the wheel.
Wheels are wheels. You don't need to make a new one every time, unless you're writing the core Wheel program. Spend your time on the stuff that matters, not the inner mechanisms of the windshield washing blade, use someone else's windshield washing blade.
Don't forget the other part:
If it doesn't work, throw it out and start over from scratch.
You've already done the thinking, and the errors will be much more obvious.
At least you don't have meetings.
Meetings are a giant time suck.