This is because of two reasons. 1) Truly clean coal technologies are expensive - more expensive than solar powered or wind power. So practically nobody uses it. and
2) Coal companies - more than any other power industry - have found ways to avoid complying with regulations. Specifically, they campaigned hard to allow existing plants to go unregulated until after they 'modernized' in the normal course of time. Then they refused to modernize - for the past 60 years.
Tuna fish is one of the healthiest cheap foods you can eat - or rather would be EXCEPT for the mercury in it which comes from coal. Coal burning plants are more radioactive than nuclear power plants because small bits of thorium are in coal and when you burn it, it gets wafted up into the air and settles around the coal plant. Not to mention the acid rain and the green house gas issues.
Now there is some youth subsidizing age, but 30% men of die before they get more out of Social Security and 20% of women.
Which also means men subsidize women.
Social Security is at heart an insurance program that made a huge profit in the early years of it's existence, but currently is running a deficit.
Most methods of doing so involves killing the various loopholes the rich use to hide their wealth and pretend that it is not 'income' because they have not 'realized capital gains'.
The simplest way I know is to simply put in an annual federal 1% tax on all current equity worth more than 2 million. Equity to include real estate, private trusts, stocks, gold, etc anything of real value.
This rule would increase federal tax revenue by about 10%, all of which coming directly from the wealthy.
They DO pay into the system and do not get any benefits.
In fact, more illegals pay into the system and get no benefits then the other way around.
Idiots need to double check their assumptions.
2) A bunch of sites that have legitimate needs for passwords but do NOT need 'secure' passwords. Slashdot is a great example - we need to confirm who you are but if someone steals your Slashdot password it is not a big deal. So they use your identity to Praise Senator Cruz, and destroy your reputation, no big deal. Let people use 4 character passwords - just like for your ATM card.
3) Websites with a real need for secure passwords - 'primary' email accounts, credit card accounts, etc. They could easily use stream ciphers - little electronic devices that constantly update the password. You have 1 minute to enter the password before it changes. Or if you prefer anonymity for your email account a downloaded program that resides on the PC you use to establish the email account and to log in, you must use that PC (with a 'move my account' program that must be initiated from that PC). Of course that limits your functionality, but at least it gives you anonymity.
Companies develop issues all the time. Sometime it is on the website end, sometimes on the ISP end.
Not much you can do about it.
See Adrienne Brown, who really was victim blamed.
Or the poor woman in the Steubenville Rape case.
In effect, he has created a far superior core translation engine for a Universal Translator. Their web site includes a link to his TED talk."
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The difference between a robot and a computer is that the computer is self-mobile at the very minimum. If it can't get up and move away, (no matter how awkwardly), it's not a robot.
Mobility is hard, not easy. Worse, the larger a computer is, the harder mobility becomes.
There are lots of reasons to build a computer smarter than a human being, but practically none to add in the huge expense to take that human level intelligence and make it mobile. We already have real humans for those jobs that require mobile intelligence and they cheaper and easier to care for.
More importantly, there is little to no reason for us to build a computer that, being as smart as us, would want to be us. Star Trek's Data is poor planning. Why make it want to be something it isn't? Don't we have enough body issues of our own without giving them tour computers?
Then I found dance and I fell in love with tango.
If I had not found it I might still dislike music.
It does not surprise me that 1-3% of the population has not found music they like - yet.
The government can't afford to spy on us, but the corporations make money doing it. So they can afford to do it more.
You should say:
Once it's 'in' the workplace it is very very hard to assert your rights.
You retain your rights.