So we're going to end up with a huge network of international *** on the one hand, and a bunch of draconian anti-free speech rules [codes] on the other.
You've dead-on nailed that. When you don't "feed the trolls," you usually end up with fewer of them vying for attention. They never totally disappear unless a lot more people [about five percent] carry, and use, weapons. That sorts itself right quick just as criminals start targeting less likely armed people, say tourists, instead. But we aren't allowed to go there. Whatever.
The standard t-test for detecting an effect is already probabalistic. In science and medicine a 95% confidence value is commonly used, which means a 1/20 of detecting something that isn't there.
Unless things have been radically relaxed in the last decade, the standard in hard sciences and medicine remains a 99% confidence interval. It's the social sciences that allow for a 95% confidence interval. Having worked in all the different schools out there, I think I have some confidence in my assertion.
Somebody will graft node.js or go or [that redhat thing that's almost a good scripting language] to systemd and then we'll
Which is the classic example of the dialectic. Speaking of "old farts," Aristotle definitely qualifies
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