You mean the same UV LEDs that burnout retinas if you look into them, those LEDs?
It looks like a very nice library.
Doesn't really say very much about the power of the language at all, though.
Or just gas anyone who comes on board the moment they set off an internal PIR.
The planet's lovely, but there're all these shitty people to contend with...
Protective polymer coating, topped up every time the car passes over it?
Orbital solar with microwave downlinks. "Oops, it lost geosync!" -> population crisis solved!
I didn't say become a freegan micromanaging communist, I said solve the energy problem. I'm pretty sure you'd be better off in 200 years with the technological benefits 180+ years of free energy would unlock. The environmental stuff is pure bonus.
Those are both aspects of making it practicable. The main method I'd recommend for solving that issue is to ignore the drooling masses, and just get the fuckers built. They'll soon shut up once they're addicted to the delicious delicious energy, now with free clean air!
Or, you know, get a little perspective, realise that those imaginary shiny pennies are inconsequential compared to the long term survival of our species, and just do what it takes to make fission/fusion/solar a practicable, virtually endless, virtually free supply, and just make this whole energy scarcity issue vanish in a puff of science.
But then they wouldn't be able to rinse us common folk for every penny we've got through fuel costs and associated taxes, would they?
Because LLVM trusted the license, rather than making the compiler internals so opaque and baroque that no one could isolate, say, the parser.
Read Slashdot at -1.
It really took Americans 16 years to work this out? To me, the satire was brazenly obvious the moment I watched it for the first time all those years ago.
I'm not going to lose much sleep over being intolerant to bellends. They don't *have* to be dickheads.
Or just download Dio's Jag emulator, and the freely legally available T2K ROM.
Apparently someone can't operate Google Images.