Mod parent up please
Mod parent up please
Nothing there yet.
Here, let me make it easy for you guys:
I always figured their deep commitment to recycling meant they also recycled their coffee grounds
According to this article, regulations and red tape quadrupled the cost of a nuclear plant in the US from 1970 to 1980
This study has far too many typoes for me to take it seriously.
Works here. Blocked on http, no problem with https (ISP: Get.no, Norway)
In Boolean algebra, there are two values 1 and 0. Same with encryption: data is either encrypted or not encrypted.
Va Obbyrna nytroen, gurer ner gjb inyhrf 1 naq 0. Fnzr jvgu rapelcgvba: qngn vf rvgure rapelcgrq be abg rapelcgrq.
this is just ridiculous.
Someone intentionally runs down another person with their car and Ford gets sued?
Ginsu gets sued because some nutso housewife decided to stab her spouse and their spawns?
The local water company gets sued when someone drowns someone in a bath tub, because after all, the water company provided the water....
The Golden Shield system included a library of Falun Gong Internet activity enabling the Chinese government to identify Falun Gong members online, according to the lawsuit. The case also contains strong evidence that Cisco created systems for storing and sharing information about “forced conversion”—i.e. torture—sessions for use as training tools.
The cooperation was also documented in internal marketing literature, where a Cisco engineer described the company’s commitment to China’s security objectives, including the “douzhung” of Falun Gong practitioners. Douzhung is a term describing abuse campaigns against disfavored groups comprising of persecution and torture.
"There have been 103 homicides in Milwaukee so far this year [August 27], compared with 86 homicides during all of 2014. Thursday, Chief Ed Flynn said he blamed Wisconsin's concealed carry law for some of the violence."
"we heard 'bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang. We turn around, and 150 feet from where I was standing, a 15-year-old had just murdered a 15-year-old with a
Extremetech had a decent article about this a couple of days ago (currently at 1013 comments and rising)
Full disclosure: I have no kind of attachment to extremetech, other than enjoying their articles which appear to be rather more insightful than most of the tech press out there
From a quick glance at their page, the focus seems to be on widely shared content that has subsequently been censored.
So you'd need a fairly big conspiracy to make a fake censorship story here (or at least a pretty long, hard slog making tons of fake screenshots).
On the other hand, this method will only work on things that arn't censored immidiately.
Although, if it's algorithmically censored on posting (see Tsu), it should be fairly easy to replicate.
Is it really so hard to imagine blackmail?
1: Gain access to hospital equipment
2: Make something fail
3: Send blackmail notice with details of what failed, threatening to start killing patients en masse unless XXX bitcoin is delivered to such and such address.
The interesting part seems to be that at least scientists use different weights between asking their opinion (such as a poll) and gambling on outcomes with real money.
Nope. Spot the difference:
" their collective gambling —with real money—predicted the outcome of attempts at replicating experimental results better than their own expert guesses. "
This isn't hard.
The ideal temperature is: the temperature that doesn't make seafront property underwater property.
The temperature that doesn't necessitate massive displacement of current agriculture.
The temperature where people don't start dying because they can't handle the heat.
The temperature that doesn't result in massive vegetation death and only much later the growth of species that can handle the new local situation.
This temperature is, by current scientific reasoning, less than 2c warmer than the pre-industrial average.
Trust me, there are a lot of subscriptions in Norway that don't do this.
I've been going over all of them over the past few months for a project I'm working on, and *a lot *of subscriptions has some kind of a "trap" that will lure some percentage of users into overage territory.