Has anyone every told you that you talk like the Borg?
I for one welcome our new -hole gender-neutral name style for jobs that are essentially "lie about this in the least possible lie, so that it still puts us in a good light"
In Germany, autopay comes with an authorization limit... basically, "if the bill is over X,€ don't autopay"
I'd prefer to see this on the autopay here in the states as well... because I'm fine with authorizing autopay for any bill less than $60... but if it reaches into the thousands, or even the hundreds, then I damn well don't want to authorize the autopay!
The electric universe group suggest more weight be given to observational evidence instead of mathematical constructs.
But "math stuff" and "bizarre phenomena" sure have worked so far. That computer you wrote that from, for example, wouldn't be as small nor fast as it is without an understanding of the bizarre mathematical phenomenon know as quantum mechanics.
But the impossible mission of how the heat comes from the centre, and skips the relatively cool surface, to somehow end up as millions of degrees above, just makes no sense at all
It doesn't make sense to *us*, the popular science reading public. But does it make sense to the actual scientists?
And even if it doesn't make sense to them, so what? That's why they built the New Solar Telescope!! To, you know, learn new things and make better hypotheses.
I know the Electric Universe offers a very plausible explanation
Now we know you're either (1) a crank, or (2) terribly young and naive.
I was wondering if other people had their own views, or theories they'd like to share.
Anyone who "shares" (such a *compassionate* word
What I want to know is why the hell there's a sperm fscking whale off the coast of Louisiana!!!
Advertise it as being socially responsible, and something that will empower poor, "developing nations" womyn.
10 separate streams at only 29 Mbps... that means you could do
Or perhaps universities should only offer courses that you have personally approved???
You numb-nuts. Universities are *not* trade schools, which only teach what is popular.
(Well, they should not be trade schools.)
There might be some legal/bureaucratic impediment. Or they might not have thought of it.
Or the $38.3M early-warning system might not be as mature/effective as claimed...
So, are you claiming that universities shouldn't do courses which cater to different interests?
I didn't refuse to go into Comp Sci because the school wouldn't teach the stuff I was interested it. It was/is my job to use and extend what the University taught so as to *then* do what I want.
In any democracy, one thing is certain: A bunch of folks think that a bunch of other folks should pay for something all of them need.
I know why you think that, but in this case, no. Instead, it's risk mitigation, something for which insurance companies are quite familiar and already spend lots of money on.
The gov't should convince insurance companies to band together and pony up the cash.
If that was the case you would not have given them 25% and taken 75% for you and the game makers.
You know, I always hate how my grunt work for companies makes them 4 times the money they pay you. It's just greedy theft. We should start a movement where the means of production are owned by the workers rather than investors and management!
The right way to level things (in all court dealings) would be to have both parties pay into a legal fund that compensates the lawyers for both sides. One side having more money should not entitle them to more power in court. If either side wants to contribute more so that the lawyers on both sides are better, that's great - go ahead. But the practice of buying a verdict by outspending your opponent on lawyer power should not be allowed.