Twitter doesn't do government services and they'll be out of business shortly. Also, their leader is a left wing ideologue.
The rest of the companies would gladly take on the work. This surprises you how?
Did you somehow think that your ideology was going to keep on preventing people from working with Trump without political power? Think again.
Sure, I saw all the interviews Obama where sat down with the American Spectator and Breitbart.
The Intercept is a legitimate site co-founded by Glenn Greenwald. It has essentially the same reputation as Greenwald, it's truthful and focuses on certain issues to the point of obsession, but for fairly good reasons.
As far as not answering the question, the correct response to "Will you ever sell your services to make a registry for Muslims?" is the same one as "Would you build baby mulching machines in Toddler sizes?" or even just "If Trump asked you to make your workers wear militaristic uniforms with jackboots, would you do that?" - the answer is always going to be "Fuck no", not "At this time we'd prefer not to answer" or no answer at all. That's regardless of whether the questioner is from the New York Times or Breitbart.
Trump is assumed by some to have won based on (anticipated) EC votes. However, three facts:
1 - The EC hasn't voted yet.
2 - The EC does not have to vote for Trump.
3 - Clinton got (a lot) more votes from, you know, the people.
Trump may well end up to be president. But he isn't the president yet; he isn't even the president-elect yet.
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Only Slashdot could admire Elon Musk for topping Bezos and Zuckerberg. *squick*
because it's important: exhaust gas volume is proportional to load.
Gasoline engines, yes, Diesel, no. As I posted elsewhere, Diesel engines have something closer to a fixed air intake on each revolution, irrespective of load.
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Remember that Diesel engines use compression ignition and, without sufficient air, there is insufficient compression to ignite the fuel.
Would you like me to tell you about my AT185. or my OM617.951A?
Actually, their constitutional authority to exist is that the Executive Branch calls them into existence to execute the provisions of laws passed by the Legislative branch.
It took a constitutional amendment to ban alcohol, and that amendment has been repealed. This leaves no authority for any branch of the government to prohibit the manufacture, sale, or use of any drug. Any act of the congress that purports to do so is not a law at all, it is as James Madison would describe it, a usurpation.
I think we all know the tent in the desert was just propaganda...
Typical compression ratio in a Diesel engine is somewhere around 20:1, vs a gasoline engine that's running 10:1 or there about.
Basically this is displacement/cylinder * compression ratio * RPM * number of intake strokes per revolution.
The compression ratio is a function of the head volume and the cylinder volume. It has nothing to do whatsoever with determining how much air is drawn into the engine, which is defined by speed, bore, stroke, and intake efficiency. It is rather determined by how much air is drawn into the engine, and how much space you have left for air at the end of a compression stroke.
Ever wondered why diesel tail pipes are a lot larger than gasoline ones? This is why, diesels move a lot more air.
Diesel tail pipes are a lot larger than gasoline ones because diesels shit the bed when you have backpressure. It ruins their efficiency and you have to play tricks to get it back. Turbocharging is worth it anyway because it's turbocharging. Now, pay attention to this part, because it's important: exhaust gas volume is proportional to load. Diesels have bigger exhausts because they have more torque. This is also why turbochargers and diesels go together so well. Turbochargers are driven by exhaust gas expansion, which as mentioned, is proportional to load.
If you carve the piston out, you lower the compression ratio, and you increase the amount of air the engine consumes. You in fact have this exactly backwards.
Not when cruising at 65 mph. Not even close.
Well, tell us what it is. Neither of my turbos boost that high, but they're both old. (My F250 peaks out at 11 psi and my Mercedes at 12.) The F250 cruises at only around 2 psi unless you have a trailer, then it's more like 6 or 7. The Mercedes cruises at around 7 or 8 psi. But they have much lower boost pressure than modern diesels.
And still has a hell of a lot of particulate emissions, negatively impacting air quality in major cities, which you might note are the entities banning the diesels here.
Gasoline has just as much particulate emissions as diesel. It's just a smaller soot particle which we couldn't accurately measure until recently. Of course, DPFs on diesels reburn the soot until it's a small, invisible particle just like gasoline, making it just as dangerous as gasoline.
Banning diesel is not the remedy. Banning combustion is the remedy. Banning diesel is just stupid.
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