Keith

Keith

  • Commented on Generation Z
    Thanks to you too, Charlie. It sounds like most transportation costs are relatively fuel-price inelastic, with the possible exception of automobile pleasure-travel. Consequently, we're unlikely to see dirigibles replace airplanes, or solar-hybrid sailing ships replace hydrocarbon-fueled ones. Is that correct?...
  • Commented on Generation Z
    Re: Thanks, SFreader. It was interesting. -kh...
  • Commented on Generation Z
    Does anyone know of a through study of viable post- fossil fuel trade and transport?...
  • Commented on Why AIs Won't Ascend in the Blink of an Eye - Some Math
    What kind of weak AI stack-suite is available now? If there isn't one, what would you put in it? Keith...
  • Commented on Trust Me (I'm a kettle)
    @148: I think privacy is a normal and reasonable human desire; I also think that the total-surveillance types don't. Consequently in their opinions: the desire to hide or have interest in privacy is inherently incriminating. Thus: "if we don't know...
  • Commented on Trust Me (I'm a kettle)
    Forgive my techn-ignorance if I'm making nonsensical comments, but ISTM that as the panopticon develops, having screening/privacy apps would be a big flag for further interest from TPTB. Going back to the "You have nothing to hide if you're innocent"...
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