Communalism != communism
Replaced by jobs in the low paying service sector. So while labour force participation has increased somewhat, real US household incomes have remained almost stationary for the bottom 80% of US workers.
The Solomon curve seems to show that the safest speed to travel is just slightly below the average speed. This doesn't make any sense. X isn't variation from average. shouldn't it be speed in mph, with 0 being the speed limit?
And, in the 50's, when the data was collated, how did Solomon accurately predict the speed the cars involved in these collisions were going at? We cant do that reliably now.
Taxonomy isn't a field that all scientists wish they could work in.
Good luck trying to get high school science students interested in the concept of biological classification.
It is possible to sleep drive in the same way you can sleep walk. A New Zealand woman drove 300 kmand operated her cell-phone while asleep.
Maybe you should hire better PM's so you don't have a 'crunch'.
Most managers are accountable to someone, and tend to balance the needs of various stakeholders, i.e. workers, internal/external customers, owners, suppliers etc.
Who is Linus accountable to? When he swears at the other devs, which stakeholders' interest is he trying to protect? The users?
There are no individual rights that aren't granted by the collective.
A recount of a paper ballot will generally give a different result.
If you have an electoral system where each vote is counted towards the composition of the government, then this is a problem.
I haven't run into a specialist yet that does any meaningful work past Wednesday. It's mostly golf the rest of the week.
Maybe the 'who ever is left' category of people who are left at the end of the week aren't so good at surgeries.
Why not just swap the battery out with a fully charged one? I guess they would be pretty heavy (the leaf battery is around 300 kg), but if you get the system in place, then you can just set up a robot arm to do the changing, and setup a car wash style conveyor belt thing?
Then, we could use the batteries that are being stored as an energy store connected to the grid (so we can make better use of some renewable connected to the grid like wind and solar), with the added benefit of only having the charge the batteries at night when power is supposedly cheaper.
I swap my propane gas bottle in this fashion. The stations around don't bother having the large tanks to refill the bottles, they just keep a dozen or full so people can swap them. You just have to build in the depreciation of the tanks into the price of the swap.
mod parent up please!
You make it sound like the UNHRC has a majority and can do what it likes. Currently, the UNHRC has 15 members from the OIC out of a total 47 members who sit on the council. This works out to about 30%. The OIC has 57 member states from a total of around 193 total UN member states, which works out to around 30%, so OIC member states are not over-represented on the UNHRC.
Also, the UN makes laws, but they do not go over national laws. It's up to nation states to adopt treaties. States have sovereignty.
It's metric. It's built to make the 'multiply by 100' really simple.
Class warfare exists because there is a 'class' of people that identify themselves as a 'class' because they had to 'fight' in some conflict.
The warfare between classes is something that actually creates identity in a class which leads to more class struggle.
So, as long as people identify as proletariat or bourgeoisie, there will be conflict and class warfare.