Commented on The sudden eruption of news
I think your timeline here is a bit optimistically langorous as far as the corporate response goes. Every significant multinational employer in the UK would have at least crayon sketches of their response to the referendum in place by April...
Commented on 2117 revisited
Statistical analysis is work computers can likely do better than humans NOW. The humans still working on the factory floor aren't there to tell whether we're exceeding the .03% maximum deflaggelation rate on the orifice scaffolds often enough to trigger...
Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
While the actual *combustion* being twice as efficient as oil makes methane sound like a superficially excellent move, I note that your analysis neglects to take into account the lifecycle costs. Just as a PV toolchain's environmental cost includes manufacturing...
Commented on Playtime is over
>you can't just retroactively change the rules because you don't like one of the players. It's not a retroactive rule change - faithless electors are a well-known and well-documented feature of the system, and the candidates both knew that they...