Article's author covers politics for treehugger.com. Yeah, no agenda there.
The stormtrooper could have posed a threat to the younglings and Padawans at the school.
> The odometer can't tell when you've left Oregon.
This law seems to be a good reason to leave Oregon.
Design it as an enormous spherical object covered with solar panels and a large antenna to beam power. And a thermal port
Of course, how else can one be ready for a mid-air zombie apocalypse.
From the article:
"The team has filed patents on the reactor concept with the UWâ(TM)s Center for Commercialization
The research was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy."
They could establish a gulag there and ship prisoners to it. Then have them grow wheat to be sent back to earth. And have a warden run the whole thing with the aid of a sentient computer named 'Mycroft'.
Many regulations are in place to assure safety and the public good. However, all too often, the regulated get control of the regulatory agencies ("regulatory capture") and then regulations are created to preserve the incumbents dominant market position and/or business model.
As a relatively pleased Time-Warner customer I am sooooo looking forward to Comcast acquiring TW.
Because I really like the idea of a desktop UI attached to a tablet UI with bungee cords (not).
Motion detector triggering MP3 playback
(Loud cheery voice) "Intruder detected. Self-destruct sequence initiated
I agree - but with the proposed Comcast / TW merger, things appear to be moving in the opposite direction.
Also, I'd like to see a defined split between bandwidth and content providers. Allow companies to offer one or the other, but not both.
Simply tax profits on all equities held for less than 5 minutes at 100%. Problem solved.
Also the NYPD still has a mounted horse patrol unit.