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One to indicate whether the dollar amount is inflation adjusted or not. I Imagine a $ with an arrow hat on the | So it's an up arrow and an S. That will work for talking about historical figures in current day.
There is another problem though that is wanting to work backward, either by date or rate. So I would suggest the arrowed $, number and a divisor $14.7m/3.5 this would indicate to divide 14.7 by 3.5 to get the original dollar amount.
Actually, they did the reverse... There was a record temperature reading from about 100 years ago in Libya. This wasn't convenient because we should be setting high temperature records now, not 100 years ago... so they found a way to discredit it and get a modern death valley reading in place.
Don't forget you need a smattering of heavier elements for life. So you need to wait through a couple cycles of super novas to get a decent distribution of elements over atomic 5 (Fe)... including carbon. Hving this stiff made in a star isn't enough, it's gotta accrete into a planet after.
We all know what a nut job he is, but he's been right more times than I care to admit. This is one area where I will never agree with him. To permit a "legitimate" need for military code is an oxymoron. And I bet he would argue that it should be open source too, so both sides get it. And when this happens, only the stakes get raised. When one side has a nuke it's a problem for everyone else, when both sides have it, it's mutually assured destruction.
Just like WOPR, the only way to win is not to play. And that means not throwing more code into the military fire.
So you would choose your freedom to write code that obliterates people without any kind of trial, even a sham one, over that person's right to live?
That's pretty fucked up.
Slightly off-topic, but I wonder if others have seen this. I'm pretty senior (15yrs+) and applied for a new job.After submitting a resume, I was invited to take part in a video interview. But here's the catch. The firm is local and no one is at the other end. Best I can describe it, you talk into your webcam while answering questions. I've never felt more de-humanized in a process. And these people expect me to work for them? Maybe for an entry level position but for someone over 10 years?
I have long thought it was time for OSS licenses to support a morality clause, that does not grant license to the software when the software is used to extinguish life or violate the rights of people. This, if applied to Linux, would prohibit use of Linux in military applications, like that sniper rifle as well as a number of drones.
I have long taken a moral exception to working for defense contractors, especially since 9-11 when we started spying on everyone and killing people with drones. However Linux/OSS was not as attractive then. I want no part of my software to be used in the use of depriving people of life, liberty, or their rights.
I call on all open source licenses to add a morality clause, or offer a version with the morality clause. To not do so is to condone the use of the software for nefarious purposes.
It seems to me that we could follow the trail from source to destination accounts in the block chain, so we can identify who has the stolen bitcoins.
Even with a mixing service, it should still be traceable in the long run.
I don't have a better word than "proxy", but here is how it works:
You have two accounts registered in the software, your exchange account, and your wallet (the one that is all yours on your local machine).
When you receive funds in your exchange account not from your wallet, it immediately shuffles it to your wallet.
When you receive funds in your wallet account not from your exchange, it immediately shuffles it to your exchange.
This way hacking the exchanges won't net anything, except accounts. Maybe integrate a canary feature so the exchange can turn off receiving funds if the canary is set (exchange is compromised) so you don't send funds into a hacked account.
POTS supplies its own power. So now insead one one connection worki g you need two connections. VoIP data and some ki d of power, and they have to both be working at the same time.
BTW the cheapest VoIP provider if you are just trying to hold onto a number is callcentric at $3.95/mo incl 911 and pay per minute.
I don't see your point. We've been messing with genes for 10,000 years now.
The problem I have with GM food is at this point in time, the promise of "better" food is not realized. Instead we have "roundup ready" food. Meaning it can survive a lot of pesticide exposure. So what happens? It gets drenched in pesticides. So are GM foods safe? Propably, in the lab, where they don't need to be exposed to pesticides. Then you publish the results of those plants. But who knows the residual affects of pesticides on the food you actually consume, which have grown in the pesticides?
So far, unless it starts raining Round Up, there is no selection preference. meaning it's a crap shoot.
"But what if GM Food is actually perfectly safe like the science says it is."
But what if it isn't? The problem I have with GM food is at this point in time, the promise of "better" food is not realized. Instead we have "roundup ready" food. Meaning it can survive a lot of pesticide exposure. So what happens? It gets drenched in pesticides. So are GM foods safe? Propably, in the lab, where they don't need to be exposed to pesticides. Then you publish the results of those plants. But who knows the residual affects of pesticides on the food you actually consume, which have grown in the pesticides?
I can't take Arial seriously because I can't read it.
rn (RN) looks like m (M)
Il (IL) look like LL or II, L still don't know which.
Thanks. I must have messed something up with the exponents. 2 billion g is a lot of G.