Our hypotethical kid just want to gamedev after watching a youtube video, he's not there to start a fucking business and he's not going to pay when he can dev for free.
$120 a year and it's a needless cost for anyone trying to get into gamedev. The pay-when-you-make-it approach of UE4 and Unity is much easier to stomach when you're new.
There's some 3rd party assets that probably are worth paying for on the associated asset stores, but with both UE4 and U5 free there's really no reason to pay for engines.
The only reason is if you're already competent with a paid engine and don't want to learn it all again.
Or the paper is garbage and the gender inquisition should be dismantled.
Next revolution in robotics.
"Fetich Robotics Unveils Whorehouse Robots"
Please tell me her son is named Dick.
The problem with your statement is that there's very little data on it and that laymen like yourself have preformed conceptions about what's possible and what's not. Every form of cancer was once upon a time 100% mortal for example and there's still preconceptions about brain cancer and leukemia deathrates remaining based on that.
There's bodies flagged for organ harvest. If someone is on the brink of death due to multi-organ failure then swapping a head will keep the mind alive, and if the head dies then you could harvest the body anyway.
The biggest problem is re-innervation
It's easier to heal a surgical incision than a blunt trauma generated by your cervical bones crushing your spine.
I didn't know jet engines were this unsafe. I'm only flying turboprop henceforth.
I would really want to know where the 15000 TWh figure comes from, considering that it's 3x the US annual electricity consumption.
And to reach that figure you would: assuming you have the same MWh density as the topaz solar farm. Require something like 300 000 km^2. Which isn't 8% of California but more like 75%.
Why not use asphyxating gases? If the internet can figure out how to make painless exit bags then why can't the US government? It's not like nitrogen, helium or hydrogen sulphide is terribly expensive or hard to aquire.
Probably because the topaz area is calculated as a square more or less and the actual panel distribution inside is patchy.
The Desert sunlight solar farm is also 550MW and covers 16 km2.
The W/m^2 number are low because panels needs to be accessible for service and whatnot. And given the cost of land compared to the rest of the farm there's no real need to maximize panel density.
At 50 square kilometers that's two topaz solar farms which would produce 2192 GWh/year.
Compared to the coal that at 5.5GW and 90% capcity factor nets in at 43362GWh/year: approximately 20 times more.