The game industry is changing and retailers are getting pushed out. I don't think there's really a solution to that.
Is that anything like when some strait people believed all gay men were out to "convert" them?
It's an education thing. People who know how English evolved know that 'he' can be both masculine or neuter, depending on context. It's been that way since before 'ye', 'thou', 'thy' and similar words went away.
People who are uneducated may assume that 'he' is only masculine and will choose to feel oppressed about it. I can't imagine how bad those people feel using romance languages where half of the nouns are masculine gendered.
It's somewhat awkward, but less so than losing the singular/plural distinction. Style guides are a useful reference, but feel free to ignore their inconsistencies and poor suggestions.
Yup. My main $1900 SSD array does about 300MBps (SATA 3 drives).
I'll absolutely spend $80 to put an Optane piece in to split for ZFS log and cache devices to pump up the performance 20% or so.
You're probably thinking of deuterium-tritium fusion.
H3 is a commonly-accepted way to abbreviate tritium in ASCII.
Musk is very adverse to AI's doing these functions. Maybe neural laces will give humans enough of an advantage that they stop wanting strong AI.
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Given the comment about "stabbing instructions"...
Actually, yes, it is true.
The rest is just analogies/parodies of the more common denier arguments. There's no honest way to sugar coat it, the deniers are the 21st century version of flat earthers.
UFOs are for real: the Air Force doesn't exist.