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more like the god damned particle...
my non-physicist brain wants to stuff dark matter into the role of 'barely detectable multiverse'.
I find stuff like this online and find myself wondering if it is all hooey
How long until we can start to describe the pieces and parts of adjacent universes?
Are you going to make me work for less/no money, burn a cross in my yard if I act uppity, or shoot me if I get within 3 ft of you or behave 'aggressively'?
That would seem to be biased against the intelligent because the ignorant voter who lives in a sea of propaganda really thinks that they understand the issues
It takes about five minutes to read the ballot, and maybe another 30 on google to research most voting issues
Voting is to be encouraged as are non-partisan sources of information on those issues that are being voted on
I was responding to the link about Alison Grimes, who was being lambasted quite publicly
Or, it could be... an American
Americans cannot be compelled by their government to reveal their vote... that is to say, it is a secret ballot, unlike soooo many tin-horn dictator-ships where the beloved leader received 100% of the vote
Anybody who wants to force you to reveal your voting record does not seem to understand how the process works
Does one BIG sunspot count for hundreds of little ones?
The Rocketdyne F1 Was designed in 1955 and put men on the moon
Please explain how they repeated the achievements of the Soviet N1?
" Development work started on the N1 in 1959"
If you look at the original post, the AC was disparaging the article for focusing on coding over the 'rest' of computer science
My intent was to point out that coding involves a set of skills that have a wider general application than just focusing on computer science, which could be likened to training a person for a trade
I thought that I was being clear, and other posters seemed to get it, but you missed the point and essentially repeated what I said
Thanks for playing
start with learning logical foundations, then offer specific implementation skills if they desire it
at least you would end up with admins that have some foundations in development skills, rather than admins who memorized the manual for their favorite tech stack
There are elements of coding that require planning, logic and completeness that have impacts far beyond computer science. Teaching people to rack servers and install operating systems becomes for focused and resembles learning a trade. While there are plenty of positive outcomes of learning a wide range of computer science skills, I see the effects of learning how to code as having a wider positive effect
It looks like United Launch has been working on human rating the Atlas V and building a Crew Transportation System since 2006
I can only imagine that this sudden rush of PR is due to SpaceX's recent smear of UL for locking them out of the military space market
Nobody is suggesting that people use nuclear energy in their homes... Nuclear works best with large reactors in isolated areas that rely on the power grid to get electricity to customers
The electricity from that source is great for generating hydrogen for fuel cells and powering manufacturing that is required for building components of 'clean' energy projects
We really need to get off of using fossil fuels, and no industry will do that with a solution that is more expensive like solar, wind, etc... nuclear is the most cost efficient alternative to fossil.
the WTO has legal protection for polluters in developing nations the prevents other nations from raising trade barriers to using their goods
We need to reevaluate the designations that were made in the mid-nineties and make them relevant in a world where China and India are economic powers
It's not even all of the environmentalists, check out Patrick Moore:
He used to be the President of Greenpeace and was *ahem* asked to leave, primarily due to his advocacy of Nuclear Energy
At this point Greenpeace is as stuck in its position of advocating against Nuclear Energy as the NRA is against gun control, and they are both looking like obstacles to any positive change in the status quo
By working against Nuclear Energy, Greenpeace has managed to be as big a supporter of continued fossil fuel dependence as the Koch bros.
There are plenty of smart environmentalists out there, and the uninformed ones should be donating their money somewhere besides Greenpeace