Beyond that, these scientists might find more traction for their beliefs if they could get away from the folks who are peddling 'solutions' for AGW. You know, the activists who want to make energy so expensive that poor people will have to live in dark, cold homes, and gasoline so expensive that they have to stay in those cold, dark homes.
I imagine, however, that any activist or scientist advocating the use of 'denier/(heritic)' has substituted Gaia for God, and would be very happy to burn their opponents at the stake.
As for me, I'm not qualified to analyze the science. Instead, I'll consider the matter when the people who say it's a problem act like it's a problem. Until their personal conduct matches their words- buying carbon credits ('indulgences') doesn't count- then it's just a continuation of prior climate panics.
Right. A more accurate headline would be
to think that I remember when Wheel actually meant something! TOPS-20 forever! What a great OS, even if it had a lot of security holes.
epecially if the name is prefixed with "i"
If they were smart enough to pull off this escape, they might be smart enough to realize enough is enough.
Why should we believe anything the "senior intelligence officials" tell us? They have a profound record of lying.
Occam's Razor. It's pretty clear to the rest of us that a hero-worshiping despotic regime like North Korea might lash out against a company- or movie theaters- making a comedy about killing their national hero/despot.
That leads to my question- are you posting from Pyongyang?
> It is not known how the US government has determined that North Korea is the culprit
Of course it's known. The same way they established that Iraq had chemical weapons. The method is known as "because we say so".
Are you joking? I thought it was well established that there were chemical weapons in Iraq we just only found weapons designed by us, built by Europeans in factories in Iraq. And therefore the US didn't trumpet their achievements. In the case of Iraqi chemical weapons, the US established that Iraq had chemical weapons not because they said so but because Western countries had all the receipts.
The Prelude will be replaced in a few years by the Civic Si.
I find it odd that the WD drives, at the 5400rpm speed, were able to write data faster than the 7200rpm Seagate drives. That seems counter-intuitive.
If there are less platters in the WD then the density will mean a speed boost even at a lower spin speed.
But the children are American citizens because of the Constitution. You can't deport American citizens
You can give passports to american citizens, regardless of age, so they can have a choice to stay or go to the other country to stay with their parents.
BD-1 Battery Discharger, also had a product spec printed. Marketing actually heard from a customer who wanted samples.
To compliment the Light Emitting Diode (LED), a company offered the Dark Emitting Diode (DED).
Hard to top the WOM though. I actually used that term in a meeting involving computers. Reaction was deer in the headlights from the IT folks. Had to quickly clue them in.
You're probably thinking of Samuel Johnson as quoted by Boswell:
Sir, a woman's preaching is like a dog's walking on his hinder legs. It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all.
And then there's the difference between when a Christian commits some terror act for whatever political or personal motivation but not specific to Christianity vs a Muslim who commits a terror act specifically in the name of Islam. Motive does count for something when trying to determine and work with mediating root causes.