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Comment: Who paid the price. (Score 2, Interesting) 211

Doolittle's raid had little/no actual strategic value.

The price tag was..... I have read estimates that between 300 thousand to 1 million Chinese paid the ultimate price for getting the crews out.

Not taking away from the valor of the crew. They deserve our undying respect.

But, the price paid for it..... I wonder.

willy

Comment: All-Out Effort (Score 1) 221

What we need to do is have a Manhattan Project type effort to make fusion a reality. No waste. When you turn it off, it is off. We have to get off carbon for our progeny's sake. Ethanol and Biodiesel are worse than what they displace. Wind and Solar are fine but there is nothing like a 1 or 2 or more Giga-Watt power plant.

Comment: Common Reference (Score 1) 386

by willy everlearn (#42740357) Attached to: Interviews: Ask James Randi About Investigating the Truth

Some number of years ago, I read a great paper that tried to correlate the increase in mysticism with the take off of technology. The paper suggested that the only way some brains can deal with the advent of technology is in the framework of magic.
Could someone please point me to where I can find a copy? The title had something to do with common reference.

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