So... basically.... the car has struts and shocks, which keeps it so that the main body doesn't come crashing into the ground and making sure your ride is comfortable.
What fucking war?
So... when you have to relocate, how does it feel to have to ship your car across the country instead of driving it there?
You can thank obama:
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I don't really agree. Or i should say i agree but disagree at some points.
I'd like to think of myself as a libertarian. The problem here is local government allowing monopolies and duopolies to exist in the first place. This is the underlying problem, but instead of fixing the root cause, people want to put a bandage and apply Title 2 common carrier status to the issue. While this might fix the issue of ISPs getting greedy and trying to charge some for slow/fast lanes, it doesn't fix the issue of them sitting around doing and not investing in their own infrastructure and improving service/speeds and lowering the price.
Common carrier doesn't fix any of those issues. In other businesses with competition that will go out of business if their product is inferior. In this case they end up staying around forever because there is no competition.
Look at all the places that are getting google fiber. If the ISPs that are there want to survive, they're upping their game and service and lowering their price points. That's how a market is supposed to work.
I disagree with the part where you say the companies need to change. Companies are in the business of making money and that's it. The way to increase profits is to eliminate competitors and shovel the same shit for the same or higher price. What needs to change is the cronyism that happens and allows this to happen.
Honestly i'm not sure of a quick fix, but allowing cities to build out fiber and host them as a public utility for rent by ISPs might make it an even playing field with multiple competitors trying to get subscribers.
I would risk a 25% chance as long as i get to experience going out into space.
It's only fun if it's not safe.
screw you. Fusion has the potential to fuel all energy needs and future ones with minimal waste. How do you plan on creating solar panels with no energy? it costs a mountain of coal/gas/oil to produce. Solar has some big issues involving night time, scaling and expanding to meet future needs.
How will you launch rockets using solar? You won't. You'll never reach that level of energy production. You can with a fusion reactor.
It isn't about making it nice here. It's about putting all your eggs in one basket. One major natural accident or man made nuclear war or asteroid crashing into the earth can kill humanity. Time and time again if you look at the history of the earth there are terminal periods in which most of all the life vanished in a relatively short time and then after millions of years replaced with something else. We don't want to be that species which dies out. We need to expand to ensure the race's survival. This should be the biggest push for our own survival. Instead no one is considering the long term goals like this and just want to make it nicer for themselves when they're alive now. Short term thinking will lead to disaster.
We do have debtor's prisons.
Plants are alive too. Countless get murdered in (quite literally) hot steaming blood.
Show me the humans that can photosynthesize.
then the next big thing for European libraries is to allow vpning into the library network and remote viewing the kiosks through a webpage. Sounds fair to me.
So basically you want to replace your smartphone with a smartwatch that has all the things you'd come to expect on a phone.
So you just want a really small smartphone, right?
I think they still do sell older model iphones.
The app would have to send the alert back in time before the watch was even manufactured.
... why the fuck would you ever want to plug a device into your odb-II port that has wireless communications? That's likely to get you killed.
Yeah but these server chips aren't for gaming. Typically to put in that many cores and keep that amount of TDP, you're going to make sacrifices. Specifically in top speed. You may have 18 cores, but they're definitely not running at 4ghz like the i7-4790K. Try more like 2.7ghz. For gaming, single threaded performance is still king.
Also for gaming, it's fairly rare today to be cpu locked (cpu being the bottleneck) and instead being the graphics card, memory bus, etc.
These cpus are first and foremost used for virtualization/servers, then multi-core/threaded apps like 3d rendering, video editing, etc. The focus on server components is on stability, not tweaking performance.