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This is supposed to be a capitalist democracy. There is supposedly a free market.
Is that actually in our Constitution?
Or just put the receiver on the desk, and waste a bit of *their* time.
is letting one corporation get a choke-hold on the world's food supply.
"Ada" is the name of a person, and the language.
"ADA" is the Americans with Disabilities Act, or the American Dental Association.
What kind of editor would miss that opportunity?
Back then it was fire, brimstone, and buckshot.
I get the impression that the percentage of A/C posts is far higher on stories about GW than on the average story. Anyone got time to count?
Another idiot who doesn't understand the difference between weather
Yep, global warming denialists think that if global warming was really happening I should wear short sleeves and cutoffs today, despite the fact that I'm freezing my ass off in the winter weather.
I see. So warming is why it snowed in the state of Arkansas in MAY of 1814??? NO, 2013!!!!! Records have never shown a snowfall in May and they've got records going all the way back to when the French owned this land.
How come one cold snap disproves global warming, but one heat wave doesn't prove it?
And the Antarctic has had the all-time record ice coverage in history. Yep, getting really hot.
Deniers, like creationists, keep offering their arguments long after they've been refuted. Wonder why that is?
Oh, yeah. Deniers aren't actually doing any climate science, so they have to rely on something they read on the innertube.
that's not what MY bible says.
God just faked the temperatures to make it look like global warming happening, deceiving the unrighteous.
its policies, and the politicians who support the same are directly responsible for massive losses of money and jobs
How does that compare to, say, the policies that have made offshoring lucrative, or the changes to depression-era rules that allowed the 2008 global economic meltdown?
Obligatory XKCD [xkcd.com]
FWIW, tests like the Tukey HSD ("Honestly Statistically Different") are designed to avoid that problem.
I suspect that's how the much-discussed "Jupiter Effect" for astrology came about: Throw in a big pile of names and birth signs, turn the crank, and watch a bogus correlation pop out.
Johnson found that a P value of 0.05 or less — commonly considered evidence in support of a hypothesis in many fields including social science — still meant that as many as 17–25% of such findings are probably false (PDF).
Found? Was he unaware that using a threshold of 0.05 means a 20% probability that a finding is a chance result - by definition ?
More interesting, IMO, is that statistical doesn't tell you what the scale of an effect is. There can be a trivial difference between A and B even if the difference is statistically significant. People publish it anyway.
Because lots of people run 3D games on servers.
Certainly we do use GPUs for some floating-point intensive tasks on servers, but this is nowhere near fast enough to be useful.
We're not that far off thin client gaming. So suggesting that lots of companies won't be running 3D games server-side in the near future is disingenuous.