There are whistle blower laws that would have protected him if he'd played by the rules. He chose to make a martyr out of himself.
Fool. That isn't how whistleblower laws work, not even in theory, let alone practice, especially in the intelligence industry.
And he did try to play by the rules; his superiors made it abundantly clear to him (repeatedly so) that his opinion on the matter was not solicited, and furthermore, endangered his career.
It's getting old hearing the same story day after day.
Until naive, delusional fools like yourself can't see the problem we're facing, it should be repeated constantly and continuously until you get the fucking message.
It was a typo. My post should have said kWh, not kW/h.
The latter, as you point out, is a meaningless unit.
No. Power consumption is typically measured in watts, not joules, since power is generally more useful as a rate measurement than energy.
The average PC draws around 50-200W idle.
And as you said, this is more or less what the author found, except that he apparently has no idea how to convert kW/h per hour into watts. And for some reason, he's using lightbulbs as a yardstick, and not a PC... which is, after all, basically what is running on the tesla 24/7
Yes, he's a fucking moron.
If your superiors decided that an Oracle solution was best, then it most likely was.
I call Poe's Law.
What about Anthropic Global Warming?
Global warming was made for us, specifically?
You have no idea what a mutex is, do you?
All you give a shit about is shareholder value. That is all you are paid to care about.
And what if I want to run my own bootloader and kernel, on a machine I own?
He was wearing full body armor
No, he wasn't. Check your facts.
He also indiscriminately sprayed fire from high powered automatic weapons
"We don't care. We don't have to. We're the Phone Company."