Ah, you forget Putin's dickski, it is waaaaay long enough to reach North Poleski with foots left over!!
You are not cutting in China for a slice. There was a news article a year or so ago where the Chinese government made the case for why they should get a slice of the Arctic. Given their absurd claims to the S. China Sea, they probably believe they are entitled to a slice of the Arctic as well.
Ice for cocktails. In a few years, they'll have cornered the cocktail market, at least the part that relies on ice. Those Danes are sneaky devils.
The U.S. Senator in question is Sen. Wicker, one of the biggest dolts in the Senate. You can hear him wax on and on and on about wasteful government spending unless.....errr...it happens to occur in his state whereupon it is magically transformed into a vital piece of American infrastructure.
That's not entirely true, Japan has a program now to attempt to harvest methane. If they find a way to do it cheaply enough, poorer nations will be use using it. However, burning it still results in extra carbon in the atmosphere, although admittedly a less dangerous form. Some of the big oil companies also have small projects to see if it viable.
It has had negligible effect on Conservative Republican thought processes, hence it doesn't exist.
You don't have to believe in climate change to realize dumping large amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere is a problem. Just look at the acidifying oceans. Yes, it isn't methane (hence the difference in name and molecular structure). The implication of your statement is that since we have no good way of separating out the influence of man made climate change and natural climate change, we can forget about the controversy until the science resolves it. The science around the acidifying ocean is not in doubt except possibly by Sen. Sessions who never met a scientific fact he couldn't contradict.
You do recall the ocean, yes? Base the food chain? Screwing it up means you eventually go hungry.
It isn't clear that Red Hat's model can scale to the size of MS.
So, you think you are smart enough to figure out what your optimizing C compiler did to your code?
Honor my ass. Their notion of honor is to not look bad, not being bad has nothing to do with it.
You mean when company officers start having penalties for getting hacked and leaking people's information, they might do something. Otherwise, the officers are likely to pass the buck to anyone but themselves. Boards' of directors are also complicit in the low value companies put on their customers' information. Suing the company won't really do it, customers should be able to sue the officers and boards. This fiction that companies are individuals should be taken seriously. They are collective individuals comprised of their officers and boards. They should be held legally responsible.
In a bizarre twist of relativity, it turns that Little Kim is Kim Il Sung's grandfather. This prevents the chestnuts from falling very far from the tree, and given the size of the Kim family's chestnuts, extreme care must taken lest they get overlooked and lost forever.
Unless it is just the S. Koreans still pissed off about Japanese aggression in the 20th century and the repeated insults like visits to the war shrine by Japanese PMs. Hate dies hard.
It also bears resemblance to the Saudi Arabia hack generally attributed to those well-adjusted Iranians. It appears likely that the Iran and N. Korea cooperate on cyber war. They already cooperate on missile technology.
Murray Head, is that you?