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The ONLY way to solve this is to have ALL NATIONS STOP growing their emissions, and esp. stop building new coal plants.
Only nations that donate to the IPCC budget get a vote on the other reports, last I checked there were ~135 nations who together represent pretty much every political view in the rainbow, it takes a long time for them to agree. The IPCC budget is $5-6M/yr, nobody who actually works on the reports is paid a dime by the IPCC, all of the scientists involved DONATE their time. Their financial accounts are on their web site. Try finding the accounts for an anti-science no-think-tank such Senator Inhofe's barking dog - the heartland institute.
Sarah Palin actually held a political office. I'm not sure if Fiorina was even on a student council.
Yes, but I'm pretty sure Carly can read and write.
But for a business, the costs of replacing bulbs can be ENORMOUS. In fact, higher than the costs of the bulbs. But by going to DECENT LEDs, you will get at least a decade. Even the cheap ones (pretty much everything that does not have a Cree or Philip LED) will normally last 2-3 years.
I will say that I bought 1 from Lights of America and another from GE about 5 years ago. Both burned out in less than 1 year. I was NOT impressed. In addition, both burned me on the warrenties. Not impressed.
In addition, I know for a fact that these rarely come back to Home Depot. I have asked at several THD and what I found out was that the ones that fail are in much older homes (from 50s and before), or very cheap ones from before the 90s.
However, the Crees 65 w A19 bulb goes for $6.97 at Home Depot. These will last decades, unless you burn then 24x7.
And this new graphene LED bulbs will compete HOW?
OK, when you put it like that it sounds pretty awesome. And delicious.
I'll bring the sauce, aloe vera and skin graft kit.
I take it you don't use a charcoal barbecue
I'm not sure how you do it where you're from, but up here in the North we generally don't barbecue from 30 feet away.
Is anything legal in California these days?
Medical marijuana, gay marriage, conceal/carry.
Say you're not really pissed that fucking flamethrowers aren't legal there, are you? I don't know if you've gotten a look at your fellow man in the United States lately, but are these really people you want to be able to have flamethrowers? Geez, louise, there can't be more than maybe 1 in 100 that I think should be allowed to drive a car. Maybe 1 in 10 should be allowed to have shoelaces for chrissake.
Although I'm sure we can find someone reading this that believes "More flamethrowers = Less crime".
What's the demographic of the people running these startups?
On the up side, things will never go to Hell in a handbasket - because they don't know what a "handbasket" is.
The error message says "You have more than one browser window open on the same internet connection," (I didn't) and "to avoid this problem, close your browser and reopen it." I did. No change.
Why do they care how many browser windows are open? On the same Internet connection? Why is this a "problem"? How would closing *your* browser fix the issue, if the other window(s) is/are open on another system sharing your "Internet connection"? (Perhaps you or someone upstream is using some sort of NAT.) And, finally, why do they care what browser you're using simply to logon?