Man get with the times... Zmodem FTW!
Man get with the times... Zmodem FTW!
Did you all read that? Someone added a mundane feature to an app!
WOW I'm so shocked, this is freak'n awesome!
How is this news?
I'm certainly talking about market spot prices.
So far there has been sufficient supply (note, they DID/DO purchase the power at the stated prices) It's just not generated locally by our own market, so when we fall short on local supply we need to purchase from our non local suppliers who can and do set their spot price.
So the facts to back up my contention is that at no point was there not enough supply to meed demand. It's only the cost of the supply that's the point of contention.
IF they are forced (due to supply constraints and not economic constraints) to start doing rolling blackouts or similar due to inability to meet demand then I'll stand corrected. But having worked directly with our largest whole-sale provider to implement demand management systems at the customer end (experimental) I can be rather confident that the supply is there if they are willing to pay the price.
In past years our local suppliers would do rolling blackouts during high demand periods to avoid paying for costly supply. This typically occurred during summer. This has been offset by using roor-top-solar. But still, it's always been about price, not availability.
Compulsory voting + laissez-faire attitude to politics + ignorance = same government doing same shit over and over.
Our voting system is an absolute joke. No one has any idea who or why they are voting, unless you're a xenophobe then there's the Hanson clan, but they are all just suit wearing knobs and the one who has the most charismatic appearance during the campaign wins.
Exactly - there's plenty of supply, it's just charged at an insane rate since "They have no choice - want power? Pay what we ask or start doing rolling blackouts"
It's a commercial/political/greed issue.
as if a new $650 smartphone is cheap. Good luck doing VR on a smartphone that costs less than $300 (going price for a new unlocked Galaxy S6 on ebay, the minimum-specced phone that will work with a Gear VR). I shudder to think how many people are gonna get nauseous with their $99 phone that barely manages to run Android N.
You're only considering the brands you know about.. That $650 smartphone is only $100 (or less) if you buy something like a DOOGEE or Xiaomi or similar..
Samsung and Apple are doing a number on most westerners - $650 for a phone.. what a joke. Seriously, people who buy their junk at those prices deserve it
I typically eat bacon to celebrate.
As someone who lost over 150lbs, you're full of shit.
It is my experience that absolutely nothing makes you feel fuller for longer other than filling your stomach and doing it a lot. It has nothing to do with foods being processed and everything to do with their bulk/calorie ratio.
We'll sorry, but you're argument is equally flawed... For example:
As someone who's just lost 20kg (90 -> 70kg) you're full of shit.
I primarily avoid carbs, I avoid vegetable oil, I heavily use animal fat (dripping, lard, etc) for all my cooking. I feel plenty full after my meals and stay that way until my next meal time (no snacking here, no need)..
Simple anecdote - eat a steak and egg you'll be full for quite some time, eat a big bowl of pasta (greater weight even, higher calories even) and you'll be hungry again within an hour or so (well I am anyway)..
Sure, it's one anecdote, but I've experienced this phenomenon many times throughout my life , so for me it's a 'rule' I accept (I won't say fact, as this is not science here, it's my experience only)..
preying on paleo-activists like you.
Paleo? Pfft, you read me wrong.
Eat normal, you know.. food..
You'll note, I picked on carbohydrates, not all foods in general.
Paleo is a crazy as any artificial diet - crazy...
Just eat normal food, don't over think it, avoid processed carbs and sugar.
Eh, not so sure about the cholesterol..
I know these sites are not the leading authority on such matters - but my own anecdotal evidence suggests that the common idea of "healthy" eating is
Real food is good and healthy.
Real Food = (unprocessed): fruit, veg, meat, dairy, nuts, etc
Processed sugars (or any processed carbohydrates) = the bad guy
Eat natural food, you'll feel more full, for longer, and be healthier.
will contribute positively in ALL, 100%, of aspects of life.
Oh you sill man.
There's porn on Twitter.
You fake it.
Nope, you just need a sufficiently capable AI that can correct any errors from the initial programmers.
Nick Bostrom has similar thoughts (2003): http://www.simulation-argument...
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. -- Albert Einstein