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Comment: Re:TSA-like Money for Fear (Score 1) 270

by delt0r (#46823407) Attached to: Expert Warns: Civilian World Not Ready For Massive EMP-Caused Blackout

Unlike the other two, an EMP event that could damage or destroy most electronic equipment within 1,000 mils of it can be created by most any nuclear power on the planet.

No they can't. You can't get a nuclear plant to go nuclear. The material is simply not bomb grade and you CANT make a bomb out of it if you tried. Next you need a high altitude nuclear bomb for EMP. So double no.

Please don't talk about stuff you clearly have no idea about.

Comment: Re:Interesting read but pretty cowardly (Score 1) 172

by delt0r (#46823171) Attached to: GitHub Founder Resigns Following Harassment Investigation

We're dealing with one story which is being publicly told by an individual who is putting her name out there..

And just trying to publicly shame people and force a unfair trail by media. Nothing is credible about how she has approached this. You don't scream from the tree tops. You get a lawyer and deal with it in a professional way.

Comment: Re:Difference between erratic & erotic (Score 1) 538

by delt0r (#46822905) Attached to: The US Public's Erratic Acceptance of Science
So what the hell is redshift? If it is caused buy well motion then why are faster things not further away from us? What magical thing gives us these redshifts. Cus it is a red shift. All the absorption lines are shifted in the red direction. Explained very well by relative velocity. If they are moving and well must have been moving for at least a while then why are they not further away if they are moving away from us faster.

Thing about the electric universe is that it explains NOTHING about this universe.

Comment: Re:Same old, same old. (Score 1) 797

Some policy that may help. Is have a system in place where people who want to teach, can and make it a half decent carrier. Right now in a lot of places its just a poorly paid job with a lot of political overhead often from an incompetent principal or a clueless education board.

Comment: Re:Rewarding the bullies... (Score 1) 797

My biggest problem with Bullies is that hitting someone in school is somehow ok. But if your in a pub or something.......

In Austria 14 year olds can have criminal records. The cops come to the schools and explain that if you hit someone that is an issue not for the school, but the police. There was very little physical bulling at school there. In fact violent crime in Austria is very low.

Comment: Re:Rewarding the bullies... (Score 1) 797

Yea most of the bullies in my school live about 3 miles away from where they grew up and quite frankly have very boring lives and have done nothing of note. Perhaps a bit of drunk and disorderly. A few killed in a car accident (drunk driver). But mostly just minimum wage workers with not a lot going for them. I don't know if they are happy or not.

Comment: Re:china has smog, so its clearly chinas fault. (Score 0) 158

by delt0r (#46779681) Attached to: Pollution In China Could Be Driving Freak Weather In US
And out of that 20% of the worlds GDP, how much is manufactured in China?

Also what is so important about GDP. Why do we need so much of it? And if i have more of it, will i be happier?

Yes i have done a bit of economics. But really economics makes some pretty arbitrary measures of what is productive.

Chemist who falls in acid is absorbed in work.