• Commented on The Ferguson Question
    Fire extinguishers work by three different routes: a) separating combustible and oxidant (air normally) materials; b) reducing the temperature below ignition point and c) chemically interfering with the oxidation process. Water works mostly on b), with a side dish of...
  • Commented on Competition Time!
    Unsanctioned creation of an improperly guarded summoning grid, pentacle type, to impress a goth girlfriend. Consumation of sexual acts within the said summoning grid with the aforementioned girlfriend disregarding their potential to constitute a summoning sacrifice, considering the employee was...
  • Commented on Generation Z
    Past performance isn't guarantee of future results... I see from where Jay comments come from because my work from time to time requires calculating costs and benefits of different (industrial) investments. Say you have a product line with outdated equipment....
  • Commented on Why I want Bitcoin to die in a fire
    If I may derail the conversation for a moment, I'd like to point out that OGH has refuted Godwin's Law with that comment, to the point that he has won the argument (as Mr. Satoshi subsequent posts clearly show) while...
  • Commented on The cult of justice
    I normally drink my coffee like this. Does that make me a flagellant?...
  • Commented on A deceptively simple question
    Re: Various comments regarding auto-trucks changing the landscape of shipping. According to Google Maps (which refuses to chart a route across the China - Khazajstan border but otherwise does just fine) it's 11100 Km Shanghai to Hamburg, driving 135 hs...
  • Commented on A deceptively simple question
    Probably this is about how to fight the last war but... Unless we include a general purpose robot and lots of AI in the picture, you will be able to automate the logistics of a fighting army and maybe the...
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