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Comment: Re:Seems he has more of a clue (Score 1) 703

by slashdotwannabe (#49591683) Attached to: Pope Attacked By Climate Change Skeptics

I also believe that Tesla's will get both better AND cheaper until more people (even most people) can afford them. Of course that also includes other manufacturers upping their electric car game too.

Huh. I've been hearing that for 30 years now. Any day now I guess!

Then we just need to build Nuke plants to power all these electric cars, shutter all the coal plants an viola! Problem solved.

I can't believe it's that easy! Why didn't you say so before?!?

Taxes, and rules and regulations are the things that seem like they'll solve the problem, but they really won't.

Nothing like an unsupported assertion on a site like /. to make people really respect your PoV!

Comment: Re: nice, now for the real fight (Score 1) 631

by slashdotwannabe (#49149159) Attached to: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules
Um, Cite? Because really, "around page 28" of a report that FCC gave to Congress in "march or may of 1988" (which was prior to the emergence of the Internet!) is a pretty ridiculous claim. Even if said report exists and says the things you claim it says, the Internet is a FAR different place now than in 1988. It is likely the rationalizations they used simply do not apply any longer.

Comment: Re:Just to be sure, compile it from source (Score 2) 155

by slashdotwannabe (#48835643) Attached to: 'Silk Road Reloaded' Launches On a Network More Secret Than Tor

But if you are using the supplied compiler then it could still be compromised. The compiler could be programmed to inject the malicious code.

I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out WHOOOSH and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened.

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