That's all engineering progress.
That's all engineering progress.
Coal power in the US is dead, but that has much, much less to do with any 'green revolution' and significantly more to do with the large oil companies entering the shale game after OPEC decided to try and destroy the US shale market through supply shenanigans. With their entry and the rapid R&D into efficiency caused by the price drop in oil, they've figured out how to frack for 20-30 dollars per barrel. That being said, coal is still very much alive in China and elsewhere, which means that properly run, coal mining will be around for decades. The issue is that it is unlikely to support nearly as many people.
Having RTFA, it completely destroys all H1 flu viruses. None of the other types.
Precisely because he's a walking MP sketch. WH press secretary has always been a mouthpiece to distract people, but with modern media, the best way to do that is not with someone sober but someone who looks the buffoon, whether or not they actually are. Mind you, I doubt Spicer's that competent, but he's probably not quite the buffoon he plays.
So basically the Shadow Brokers probably got the hacking equivalent of tools stuffed into a storage closet and forgotten about?
Yep, there's an immense hiring bias in nursing, teaching, garbage collection, lobster fishing, and ice road trucking.
no, uber contractors stupid enough to lease a car through Uber are in massive amounts of debt. Especially if they don't understand basic car maintenance.
No, If you want bleeding edge performance find a Ryzen cpu/mobo/memory combo that lets you boost the memory to 3600 and CPU to 4.1Ghz and remain stable. At which point you will be equal or better in performance to the 7700k @ 5Ghz(Interestingly, memory speed increases beyond 2400 have very little effect on Kaby Lake performance) in games and better than everything else in the other metrics.
Hmmm. Well, get ready for another one because Kong is now in the same universe as Godzilla and his pantheon of baddies. So get ready for that schlockfest.
Nah, the problem is that primarily in order to get higher base wage rates per episode/weekly across the board, the unions fucked themselves over with exclusivity contracts that don't allow writers to work for more than one show at once. With shorter seasons they're making 1/2-2/3s of what they were making when the contracts were designed. Course, had they been paying attention to the internet and the pattern emergin in HBO et al, they would have known that was a bad idea, but I digress.
In nature it's a bad idea to get continuously engrossed in something because then something else can come along and eat you. The limit is probably not an issue of endurance or health.
Apparently you don't read either. If you did you'd know the attention span limit was true of almost all humans regardless of IQ.
Clearly someone destroyed the Reapers.
Uh huh. So they arrested the one guy who after everything else was over refused to leave. Not anyone else, Nobody involved in the destruction or assaults.
Funny how the police can reasonably make that determination when they didn't bother to arrest anyone. Apparently putting on a black mask and shirt revokes your status as a student or teacher at Berkeley for the duration you wear it.
"The eleventh commandment was `Thou Shalt Compute' or `Thou Shalt Not Compute' -- I forget which." -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982