Nah, that will get wiped out when the sun blows up. We need a backup outside the solar system.
You prattle on but use false logic to reach your conclusion. The miniscule amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is of no import next to the DOMINANT greenhouse gas on planet earth, which is water vapor.
You do not present a scientific argument at all, but instead commit well known error in argument.
sure it can be, USA AM band is 0.540 to 1.710 MHz
Also, US FM band is 87,500 to 108,000 KHz.
no, an entity that can and does meet its debt payments is not bankrupt, by definition.
Very different things, melting some plastic and making a silly claim of "making a car" is utter bullshit. Sintering jet engine or rocket engine parts in a different league altogether.
well, "climate change" they call it now. Anything different in the last few decades is called "climate change"
Don't confuse an stress-puppy laden with guilt and need to self-flagellate over the many benefits energy use has brought mankind (which far, far outweigh any health problems caused).
that's a funny claim to make when the fact is the hottest year in our very short records was 1998.
that politician had HEAVY influence in setting up laws and markets to profit from climate change fear mongering, and not just in the USA
So that is where all that toilet paper comes from on Halloween! And here I thought kids were responsible.
If, instead, I was given a free $10 gift card from Apple to anything in their catalog, I would be happy to make my own selections.
Yes, but that would not net Apple or Bono or the record company, or whoever else is making money from this reverse payola scheme, any extra cash.
The real problem for Firefox is not the interface changes that people like you whine about, it's mobile. Now 30% of traffic is mobile and Firefox doesn't have an app for any Apple mobile devices and is effectively excluded from Android by Google's Microsoft-like illegal anti-competitive licensing deals with manufacturers (you can get the app, but it's not preloaded and only a few geeks ever would).
Huh? It's in the Google Play Market and is no harder to install than any other app. Once it's installed, the first time you click on a link from another app you're asked to choose the app that will handle links. I fall into the geek category (and so installed it from F-Droid, not Google Play), but found it trivial to switch to Firefox on the mobile. I mostly did because Chrome has spectacularly bad cookie management and I'd been trying to find a browser that did it better. Early Firefox ports were as bad, but now it's quite nice and with the Self Destructing Cookies add-on does exactly what I want.
The mobile is actually the only place I use Firefox...