They did that already
Thank you for posting this reply. I could not have expressed my thoughts on the "Collateral Murder" video and it's supporters better than you have. After seeing the video, and thinking I would have made the same choices those guys made, I questioned myself. I was surprised that my conclusion was very different than what others had come to.
War is hell. It is ugly, people die, or worse, people survive with physical or mental damage.
You say that like it's a bad thing. I want my employer to make lots of money off my work. That makes me valuable employee.
Exactly who is the "exploitative class"? Is that a code word for "people that make more money than I do"?
they point out that they get paid only $60,000 a year, whereas the coal
Fixed it for ya.
How can the guy survive on 150K a year? I bet he had to settle for a little cuddy instead of getting the large custom houseboat. Cry me a river.
I think the people that believe 16 Kilowatt hours of energy is enough to let them drive to work and back are going to be a little bit disappointed. (Unless they live within 5 miles of their work)
So what your saying is people like Bill Gates, Chip Gracey, and Jeri Ellsworth would never even show up on your radar.
Why don't you just shift the HID devices into one cog? I am pretty sure that @ 20 MIPS you can read a lot of joystick information and copy it into hub RAM. Same with your AI players.
I wrote a 16 channel DMX light dimmer that uses only 3 cogs. I could squeeze that into 2 cogs if I weren't so lazy. Doing away with interrupts made this a relatively easy project.
Let government dictate a few large things (international trade, military/defense, interstate commerce/disputes) and leave everything else up to the states.
Fixed it for ya
Google is a multibillion dollar corporation and as such, is expected to exercise a modicum of responsibility when it exercises the powers those multi billions of dollars grants them.
Under the law, Google should be held to the same standard as everyone else. But then again, I am an American and do not think there should be various classes of laws that apply to different groups of people. We should all be treated equally under the law.
Google should be treated the same as when I war drive.
As a side note to your post, most people don't know that Congressionalism was the Connecticut state religion at the time of the Danbury Baptists' letter to Jefferson. Their concern was that Congressionalism might become the national religion. Jefferson was reassuring them that the federal government could not establish a national religion.
That is the typical launch configuration. It is elevated so that when it is released, it does not drag the ground due to topography and lateral winds. Obviously the winds were too high. I suspect there was a malfunction, because I doubt anyone would think it would be a good idea to launch in winds that high. BTW, the balloon is only partially inflated because as it rises, the balloon envelope expands. (Due to lower atmospheric pressure and solar heating of the He) That balloon had enough lift. The winds were too high.