Where I live the price (at least for residential customers) doesn't change at night.
Why isn't the cost of solar panels included in any of the calculations about the Tesla's battery? What use is the battery if you don't have a way to charge it "for free"? Or am I missing something?
In other words, Russia fulfills its contractual obligations despite all the politics and actually CAN be trusted.
How do you explain the fact that Russia is still delivering US cargo and people to the ISS?
I was a big Opera fan back in the day, but have moved on to Firefox since. Mozilla would have to disappear entirely for me to switch to yet another proprietory Webkit/Blink browser.
If Mozilla's "paralleling" anything that would be Netscape, not Sun, which of course is ironic given where Mozilla comes from. Just as Netscape lost to Microsoft when IE was included in Windows, Mozilla's losing market share because Google puts the "Download Chrome" on its search landing page.
Wouldn't being self-sufficient make the US engage in more wars? No dependence on others would mean no real consequences... Pretty much like now.
Berkshire Hathaway also owns a large stake in Suncor, one of the largest oil sands producers.
Can't seem to find a link to any official government document about this. On the other hand, people tend to readily believe anything about Russia.
How about a robot [arm] that can build Ikea furniture?
Are you seriously bringing up Ukraine in this topic?
It's all relative.
not all Russians are bad people?
I'll keep using VLC anyways.
The easiest way to solve problems with gas supply in Europe is to build more pipelines to/from Russia that bypass areas of political instability. Firstly, allow the construction of the South Stream pipeline - paid for in full by Russia. Secondly, open the second half of the OPAL pipeline to Russia. Neither of those options would cost Europe a cent.