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Comment Re:Contrast this with the incoming administration (Score 4, Interesting) 333

I'm certainly no expert on the topic, but the things you're describing here sounds like one time costs - ie, the pollution created only occurs once, unlike fossil fuels which continue to produce the pollution.

These are fixable problems. Using fossil fuels not so much.

Comment Re:Yeah, no (Score 1) 275

Excellent informative post and explained very well.

I've tried explaining this to people before but you have expressed it so well I'm cutting and pasting that into my collection of "here's one I prepared earlier" answers!

Have you much insight into T-class (tripath) amps. I've heard that T-amps produce the least distortion of all popular amplifier designs, are cheap to make and cheap to drive. Any wisdom here?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

Comment Re:Another way to look at this is.. (Score 1) 400

Labour get redistributed.

Has any technology ever had any long term unemployment increasing effect throughout human history? I've heard and read about the fears of human unemployment crisis due to X tech, but I'm yet to see any hard evidence of it in the real world.

If machines are doing ALL the jobs, then other than for social/psychological reasons I can't see why unemployment is an issue, we'll have food thanks to "robots".

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