Pushing the turbo button for a brush won't clear away jumpers or renegade livestock standing on the rail.
American telecom must be super desperate then.
If you hit a server or many of them you'll get a fair bit better speed than if you hit a private person with american public tire shitternet. And as long as you're no detected it really doesn't matter if it takes 24 hours or 100 days.
An AI would, unlike greenies, be smart enough to realize that:
1:CO2 buildup is not a existential problem
2:exterminating people is not beneficial to them.
We can spend all day making up less and less unlikely scenarios why it will kill us, in the end it won't happen anymore than people are dying when the go faster than a horse or the atmosphere causing a selfsustaining fusion reaction after every nuke.
And nothing of value would be lost. Our robot children could inherit the earth and all our knowledge without the necessity of spending 20 years in school and having to spend their time working for food and shelter, just build them with solar panels and waterproofing.
Big in terms of cost. You might as well use gas turbines instead and can then create energy denovo.
The dangerous chemicals in solar panels never decay, the problem is eternal!
So at ~19 ton per cubic meter the whole united states produces an enormous 115 cubic meters of solid nuclear waste per year.
We're totally going to run out of space soon!
They implemented it as a lego bot a few weeks ago. Also there's little to update on a project when you have all the neurons mapped out and all the data there, the worm isn't going to evolve new neurons anytime soon.
Global warming failed to kill us fast enough so we have to help it along?
I read it as "Study Shows How Humans Can Eat Chocholate"
It was very confusing until I reread it for the third time.
So if I get a law enforcement guy to record a movie with his bodycam it falls into the public domain?
Wouldn't the person require a release form and consent from the people in the video to upload it or use it anywhere?
It was the first reply and no one had posted any reply to it. The default comment sorting system means that I get maximal exposure by replying to it.
I always wondered why wandering planets couldn't be used instead of dark matter to explain where all the missing mass is.