20% says that in extreme conditions your claim might be close to reality. I'm still not impressed.
I provided a citation that explicitly proves my statement and disproves yours, but that isn't good enough because I linked other stuff, too (and because you misread it on the first go-around)? Okay, I guess that makes sense... to someone... probably.
Don't worry. I can assure I don't have the slightest concern about your opinion on this or any other subject.
Alaska, Sweden, Russia, win in a warmer climate.
If the thermohaline cycle stops, Europe turns into Canada, and Sweden and Russia will be in serious danger of turning into Greenland. Not a "win".
Similarly, if the California Current slows or stops, Alaska and B.C. Canada will get far colder, while Washington, Oregon and Northern California warms up.
It's an open question whether California will get less or more rainfall from warming.
What's next people? Coffee machines that prevent you from using your own coffee that didn't come from the manufacturer of the coffee machine?
You mean K-cups? Yeah, Keurig sure tried...
What IP is being protected exactly, by preventing consumers from using cheaper, third party ink?
That's why companies made-up the term IP, so they can make up any imaginary property they wish to claim they own. You can't conjure up patents/trademarks/copyright out of thin are, but "IP" you can just go crazy with.
The USPS is not losing money as a result of its own operational costs vs income.
Yes it is.
the money the USPS is "losing" is being paid into a fund to pay retiree benefits for employees 75 years into the future
"the Postal Service would have lost $10.8 billion without the prefunding requirement."
And the USPS get lots of benefits:
"pays nothing in property tax, nothing in licensing or sales taxes for its vehicles and no state or federal taxes, even on its competitive products. It does pay federal tax on income from those products, but it pays those taxes to itself."
pay retiree benefits for employees 75 years into the future - YES, that would include costs for employees that have not even been BORN YET.
"the law only requires pre-funding of obligations to actual current and past employees."
Electronic devices would be somewhere far down the list.
Except these electronic devices can call 911 in the event of emergency, which gives them all manner of very special legal protections.
Second, we're not talking about a parking lot here,
That was only one of the two exceptions I referenced. The other isn't limited to parking lots.
but what are the chances of finding a good vintage of scotch to go with all of this breaded goodness they are going to be having up there?
Alcohol is definitely going to space. Ballantine's zero-gravity glass is made in cooperation with something called the Open Space Agency, which also has a design for an automated Dobsonian telescope. Ardbeg is going to space. And a vacuum still is an old science-fiction trope.
I was curious if they were bringing a significant enough quantity of eggs to support this breading program. Breading isn't any good without a binder.
This Official NASA Research is studying the egg problem.
There is also a proposal to import green cheese from the Moon.
Out of several tens of billions of humans, only a fraction have not yet died, and of those who died, only a small percent of disputed cases indicate recovery.
On the contrary, I have never died before and rumors that I would do so are spread by fact-checkers of the liberal press and corrupt global warming scientists.
I like the part in the SpaceX video where the rocket lands, and the door opens on magnificent desolation. This is artistic license. Obviously the material for a habitat would precede the arrival of people.
But yes, a first-try planetary colony won't necessarily work. Getting there is dangerous, and once you're there being able to continue to provide the population with air, water, food, shelter, and energy is going to have significant risks of lethal failures.
They probably have a breading program, might be worth risking death for...
Yes. Being able to make large quantities of nutritious, flavorful bread is essential to Mars colonization.
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