Why don't they build a few more nuclear plants? A higher baseload means you have a higher peakload, and since nuclear is emission-free, it doesn't matter if you're not always using all of its output.
I'm really jealous of you guys in they US. ALl we have in the UK are fucktard politicians obsessed with being "tough on drugs" and throwing as many people behind bars as possible.
Tell you what, as soon as your federal govt. is forced to legalize it, can you invade us and force our govt. too?
DID YOU KNOW THE AIR ABOVE A NUCLEAR POWERPLANT IS 10,000,000,000,000,00000000 TIMES MORE RADIOACTIVE THEN NORMAL?!?!?! YOU ARE BREATHING THIS IN!!!!!!!!!
Except that they'd be wrong if they said that. They should try flying over a coal power plant.
If fukushima taught us anything, it's that you need to cut the power coming in (the plants require mains power from the grid to operate), and disable the generator. Those two things, and nearly all designs of plants will melt down.
Except for ones with passive cooling. Guess which ones we should be building.
No it must be the other way around, otherwise FPS computer games couldn't give you motion sickness. You're not moving but your eyes tell you you are.
The government's just hungary for money.
What are you talking about?
You can easily have a centralized git repo that does regular backups. That's what Bitbucket, Github, etc. do.
I don't so much mind the flatness as the drive toward black-and-white UI icons. That is a UX "innovation" that needs to die, now. Even today when I fire up an old copy of Visual Studio 2010 I think the interface is so much nicer and richer than the minimalist BS of today.
Careful, he could jail you for 2 years for that post.
Uh, I don't think a large number of them refused to work under Eich. He had been at the organization for years.
Weirly, I was thinking about that comic entry just a couple of days ago. "It's simple math that shows that Munroe's method is better for creating stronger password" - is it, though? What about dictionary attacks? Attackers could just join 3 or 4 English words together in an attempt to brute force such passwords. This drastically reduces that kind of "passphrase"'s entropy.
2.25 million people a week are injured from car accidents?
Women can vote too. Apparently they're voting for men. Or maybe not as many women are willing to put in the time and effort to be high-ranking politicians. Either way I don't see any "power imbalance". Women have equal opportunity.
The only ones of which I am aware are Maternity leave (more common that Paternity leave) and alimony.
Yeah quite. Rather unfair to men, isn't it? Especially alimony, which as I understand it in the US is basically a free monthly payment to a woman when she decides she wants to end the marriage.
For example, I acknowledge there is a power imbalance between women and men, favouring men.
That smells like a crock of shit to me. Please list examples in Western societies today where there is a power imbalance between the genders. Including ones where women are given preferential treatment.