Its value is hard to understate if you look past cryptocurrency.
I'm not sure that came out quite the way you intended
No, it failed completely. Instead of getting the thoroughly corrupt person elected, we got the whack job. The guy who would have actually made a decent President was prevented from winning (or even running in the general election) because of the crappy election process and FPTP.
Well expressed. I recently looked into the price of rattlesnake antivenin in the US and was astounded to see it costing up to $10000 per vial. A little searching revealed the cost of production was estimated to be about $14.
Link to an article discussing the costs:
Link to a research paper by the person responsible for creating the antivenin:
Happens in Australia, too. We have a large, well developed public hospital system in each state.
Meanwhile everyone else opted to evolve into somekind of a mouse, and that strikes me oddly as how the Xhristian and Jewish religions cant quite decide if the baby Dgjeshush was an animal (Lamb), or a Goat (Hindu brahman), a worm (Psalm22), a man, or God in the flesh only looking like a man.
Actually, he was one of the Engineers (though perhaps altered so he wasn't 10 feet tall). Humans didn't treat him too well, so they decided their creation was a failure and devised a plague to cleanse the planet of humans, but unfortunately, something went awry and the ship with this plague never left the planet it was developed on. In the future, a ship funded by the Weyland-Yutani corporation will find it...
I'm sure you have told a lie in your past, does that make you perpetually dishonest and unemployable for your entire life?
If you refuse to own up to the lie and apologize for it, then yes.
Thus, we do not directly vote for laws or Presidents, we vote for proxies. This clever mechanism ensures that the uninformed majority doesn't elect whack jobs who could inflict grievous harm upon our Nation.
That's been proven wrong by the election of Trump. What you say was certainly the intent, but it's not the actual outcome. I suppose you could argue that without this "clever mechanism", we would have gotten more whack jobs throughout history than we have.
It would easier to switch the memory module when it is transported or when it is tabulated. It is as simple as it can be for a machine without paper trail.
And how many nuclear accidents of significance have they had? It's retarded. You get rid of infra that's already in place and working perfectly well, waste a shit ton of money on less-reliable (at best) renewables, and all because of Green party doctrine.
Per GWh, even with crazy high safety requirements, nuclear costs about as much as solar. It aint cheap, but you greenies are proposing...... solar. And wind, which can be (a bit) less or (a bit) more expensive per GWh, but takes up 1000 times the space and fluctuates like hell.
And arguably, nuclear could be cheapened a bit if the greenies dropped their unnecessary opposition and NIMBYs were ignored.
As a rule, no, they don't.
Proof that democracy doesn't always work. People are morons. There are no "greener sources" than nuclear if you want a decent electricity grid with a reliable base load. All that will happen is what's happened elsewhere - wind, solar, and coal/gas to cover the inevitable large shortfalls as they fluctuate like hell (not to mention their massively lower energy density).
Counting in binary is just like counting in decimal -- if you are all thumbs. -- Glaser and Way