Of course, once Buenos Aires is hit [,which kills his beloved wife], he changes his tune right quick and signs right up for military service
Am I [..]a criminal because I have a penchant for rogue classes?
How about lockpicking, disarming traps, and backstabbing? Oh wait, you said rouge classes...YOU'RE a BARD!
Faster rotation would help evenly bake the exterior of Venus. Faster rotation would also spin the molten core, which I believe needs to be spinning in order to generate a large magnetic field comparable to Earth's.
My solution is not about making people happy. It's about efficient collection of taxes.
When Congress also demands "information from universities, companies and trade groups about funding for scientists who publicly [accept or] dispute widely held views on the causes and risks of climate change," then I'll care about what "prominent members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate" think about climate change.
It's not like members of Congress understand the "research or testimony" anyways. Nor do members of Congress care what others have to say; they use testimony as an opportunity for themselves to give speeches disguised as questions.
Put an end to the double Irish.
Again, the current government are already working to increase tax revenue from companies that try and siphon earnings overseas. This is an international problem and if you have a way to solve it that actually works, then HMRC would love to hear from you.
Eliminate income, payroll, and VAT taxes. Replace with retail sales tax.
You're surprised by politicians being scientifically clueless? I guess you can't be an American....
In America, most politicians are educated as lawyers (and rarely in an additional profession). They usually weren't good enough at being a lawyer to succeed in private practice. Then look at the typical undergraduate and graduate coursework a lawyer does (in America). Not one rigorous science course at all. Why do we wonder that politicians are "scientifically clueless" ?
if he's talking about head nurses not letting staff take extra time off durring full moons in OB, ER or mental health then that would make sense.
That would be using astronomy, not astrology.
The three laws demonstrates that morality cannot be codified, it's a critique of the 10 commandments and other such lists of rules that attempt to do the same thing for humans..
The 10 commandments are themselves a critique of a rules based approach. In less than 40 days since the commandments were audibly announced by God, to all Israel, they made an idol and worshiped it. As for Adam, he couldn't even follow ONE rule.
Auto isn't obnoxious when it's self triggered. I love using HTMLKit for coding because you can setup custom rules based on the language you're using and just hit a key (your choice of which key) to trigger a pre-defined auto-behaviour. Saves so much time not having to fuss with auto-behaviours you don't intend and not manually entering every slow detail every time. Even places the carat where you want it.
In other words, you use macros.
So the real solution is to speed up Venus's rotation.
The *real* problem with gold backed currency is that a foreign country (not on a gold standard) can hoard and dump gold, and thus cause economic pain. Yes it would be expensive to do so, but then again, war is expensive too.
 It has to run the programs people want to run, because in the real world they don't want to run some MS Office knockoff, they want to run MS Office. Ditto for Photoshop and the dozens of programs they rely on, some very big name products, some very obscure, to do work, have fun, etc.
What I want to run is Office 2003. But that is becoming less and less of an option thanks to Microsoft.
Question to those in academia:
Is it true that most students who get a masters in computer science create their own programming language as part of their studies?