99 posts • joined Friday 4th November 2011 14:01 GMT
9.7 billion metric tonnes per year of CO2 released per year. Thats going to have NO effect whatsoever. Can't possible have any effect from 9.7 BILLION TONNES of CO2 released per year. Chump change.
Going from 320ppm to 400ppm in just 50 years. That all have No affect at all, I mean how could you even think that this gas, that has known properties of trapping solar heat in a system make any difference.
As for methane, just because the atmospheric levels have increased by 150% since 1750, and it now accounts for 20% of the total radiative force, doesn't mean that ramping up its pollution of our atmosphere will have the slightest bit of a different!
Just because every time we have high levels of CO2 and CH4 in the atmosphere in Earth's past and its been a lot warmer, doesn't mean this time will be the same. This time it will be different, becuase we want it to be and we believe it will be!
We will all be fine, nothing to worry about!
Wrong tree WD, wrong tree!
SSD are for performance, and are so far ahead HDDs will never catch up.
Rust's only remaining use is for slow reliable bulk storage - make these discs reliable and larger - much much larger or else you're doomed, mainly because the SSD are catching up in the space arena as well.
Re: Yeah, sure,
Err the car analogy works perfect, except for the facts:
Mercedes make the Smart car range....
BMW make the Mini...
Ferraria make Fiats...
Have such low technical skills, you can't not even use a simple checkout till!! Please use the manual tills to purchase your condoms, as your reproductive rights have been removed.
Re: Slurp it all up
So what you're saying is Zoopla did more work in trying to sell your house than your actual paid for estate agent?
I for one am looking forward to seeing the death of estate agents, who charge a fortune for very little.
I'm perfectly capable of putting on pointed shoes, of doing a foreman's knot so loosely as to try and imitate a windsor knot, then turning up late to show people around my own home when the time comes to sell it :)
Re: I wonder
I'll give you one. There are No 3D 1080P streaming services available for films.. Yet I do have the bandwidth to stream such things, its only 12GB a film.
Re: Surely it's becoming apparent
Nope no need for a printer:
Coupons - on my phone,
Boarding pass - on my phone
tickets, on my phone..
Get the trend here? I have a device with a screen than can display any document I need. - with the odd exception like Ryanair tickets, which is just another reason not to fly with them.
Apple or Googles
Google down for 3 minutes
Apple down from Wednesday...
Re: What time was that then?
I think most of us went to school and have a fairly good grasp of what a Time zone is...
Seems like a lots of commentators have sour grapes over nobody willing to send them suggestive pictures.
Re: Since when is this relevant?
Don't worry, one day you will discover Cat videos and will need that extra speed to watch them in HD..
So just Use Google to search Tumblr for your smut... but as your already on google there are a lot better sites you could search for :)
I read there is a booming black market in the US for hacking these "secure" smart meters. Its apparently quite easy to rig them and significantly lower your bills..
I can't see anybody doing that here!, not one person, ever!
DNS look up
Now you know why the routers the ISP provide no longer allow you to change the DNS settings. - Simple enough to use a different router and set the DNS to Google or anybody else you fancy.
Re: Its all about games
What planet are you on? £25 for a new game! They will be £45 at new and will be £45 at a year old, maybe a drop to £40 after that when the new respawn of the same game with new maps is released. With no second hand sales all console games are permanent AAA new titles.
I fully expect the games to go up with the next consoles, like they have with every console generation.
Are you ready for £60/£80 games as standard + day 1 DLC content.
Re: Risk Schmisk
Don't worry, us sales reps have a full copy of everything we can, all stored at home anyways. Also you think we don't surf porn on a works laptop whilst in a hotel?
Re: I wonder...
What's stopping me from having half the companies data anyways?
If you are worried about employees using their own phone, don't go looking what we do with Dropbox, Skydrive, Google drive et al...
Cast stop long, got to get back on with downloading vast amounts of films and TV shows that I may never ever watch :)
Mines the one filled with all my colleagues USBHDD for sharing the goodness of my fibre connection...
To help the high street is fairly easy. Pander to those of us who work 9-5:30 and so have money, as the poor do not make a good customer base.
1) Remove the open hours laws. - I have money to spend BECAUSE I work during the day! Open the shops when I am free, to well shop. The Internet is always open for business. - guess what Supermarkets do this.
2) Parking - again only the poor don't drive. - the USA has free parking for most shops, yet its only the out of towns malls here that have free parking and then for only a few hours. To go into the city costs a lot in parking, which is off putting compared to just opening a browser and clicking. - Again only supermarkets seem to have figured this out.
Re: I left BE end of last month - no way I'm getting foisted into Sky.
Same on TalkTalk's FTTC 76/19 - which is no surprise as its all BTs kit being re-sold on for less. As for support, no idea whats its like as I've never needed it, if you are reading this you should be capable of setting up a home router and dealing with everything bar a line outage.
Re: What's the spooks' solution?
What like a Starbucks, or McDees, but they so hard to find!
There really is a limited number of bitcoins, in terms of currencies, its a tiny total that will ever be generated at just 21 million! In contract last year according to the BOE there was £3.3E10 worth of £20 notes in circulation and thats just the £20! So to replace £20 notes with bitcoins, when all issued in 2140 they would have to be worth £1,577 each.. Good job they have an 8 decimal places division.
For a global currency its a tiny tiny total number of coins There will never be enough for just 1 per current Amazon user.
Good idea, but a limited in scope.
Fed up of this argument that pirated copies are poor quality. I download videos (movies and TV shows) in full 1080p glorious quality, because its a much better product that I can actually purchase anywhere. They are available right after airing / BR-ing anywhere on earth but with no adverts, no annoying message telling me not to pirate, no time restrictions, no DRM. Just the video in full quality. When I can pay for the same quality of product I will.
68mbit / 14mbit for me, on the edge of a small market town in the East of Anglia all for £36 a month, including the pointless phone line - mustn't grumble. I think the climb is simply down to the roll out of FTTC offering <38mbit and now <78mbit speeds in such places. Just last year I was on 4mbit.
I can imagine they will once they start shipping them... Speaking of which I'm just awaiting the new Richland APU from them now, one that can partner with any 7 series graphics.
Re: Supprised companies on XP
The same reason you have a car despite a horse and cart still working very well. I would even bet your car is newer than XP and you chose a newer car for about the same reasons you chose to update IT equipment.
Supprised companies on XP
What kind of backwards ramshackle IT do you have if XP exists in your building? Its over a decade old, which is forever in IT terms. Have these IT managers even got a qualification in IT or just drifted into IT in the 80s.. We all know the types...
Movies need to compete with the pirated copy.
The pirated product is currently vastly superior to the purchase one. Take the Hobbit in 1080p 3D. Its available now to download as a 14GB MKV file. It has no stupid warnings not to copy it , no adverts, no trailers or any other junk. Just the film in full glorious quality that I can watch whenever I like.
Nobody is offing this film (or any film) in 3D for streaming in the UK and I cant even purchase a horrid disc copy in any UK shop or on-line store until the 8th of April.
I'm a fan of subscriptions, have spotify premium for all my music as its better than the pirated way of getting music. Offer me some added value to the content, make my life easier than downloading and I will pay, until then I will pirate.
I do love the UK.
Not sure why, with budget running into the 10s of millions why anybody wouldnt consider writing the lot in house. Its a hell of a lot of programming hours with enough left over to supply them all with free pizza..
Re: One question I have always asked myself
its a factor of scale, the atmospheric is quite tall and quite large in comparison to every single wind turbine ever built. It's a but like wondering how much extra fuel a single fly hitting your car costs you.
Next logic step
Is for them to allow any customers onto their Fab, Intel have the best fab tech but not always the best designs. I don't see why they wouldn't allow direct competitors onto their fab it would help provide competition in the design front, so driving innovation whilst proving the revenues to keep their fab one stage ahead.
Who actually pays for MS software other than businesses?
I sure never have and probably never will... I can always find a hacked copy, black copy (genius MS versions with no copyright in them), or a spare key from any number of places. Some of the keys I have used are even legal.
Last time I used a Mac (was it slow leper?) the office software didn't require any activation, just downloaded and installed.
Paris - as some things in life are not free.
Yes its call use the online version.
If its Free then I don't mine an Advert as I am the product that the company is selling. Fairs fair.
But if I'm paying then I dam well do not want to be advertised at. What's the point in paying for a product and being the product?
Guess what I don't have Sky. My TV is all downloaded in one way or anther and only the Wife watches live TV and even she pauses and skips through the junk advertising.
Re: "keeping users supplied with adverts"
If its free then YOU are the product.
Re: Been saying for how long?
50 world wide - WOW. that's some sales I'm sure I wont be able to move for them soon... How many Rolls-Royce's did it cost (Rolls-Royce being the greenest of all cars as 60% every produced are still on the road')
What we need
Is a way of storing that Hydrogen power, in a way that it keep is bang, but in a way that would ideally be liquid at normal temperatures. Wouldn't make it too explosive and to increase the energy density. As even liquid hydrogen is remarkable week in energy stored per litre. A way that helps stop it leaking out of everything (which hydrogen does with remarkable ease). I suggest something like a carbon atom which does all of the above.. oh wait..
The Easiest and Best way to make even a V8 turbo greener is to KEEP THE CAR ON THE ROAD for longer as almost all the carbon of any car is in its production. But no think thank is suggesting tax brakes for older cars are they?
The other 500,000
where all used in those pointless adverts that tell you absolutely nothing about the product.
Re: If only we were allowed to kill these bloody vermin!
Cat are easy to keep out of your garden. I have rabbits and the local cats only ever enter the garden once. I see them and chase after them bellowing at the full volume and with a clear intent to kill the cat if I can. As cats are territorial they remember my garden as being off limits and do not ever come back. You cant do this half hearted, you do have to have an intention to kill the cat.
The lumen looks like a really nice built phone. Just such a shame its not on Android with its Huge App store and Google features.
Android market is ALL about having the best hardware and hardware is what Nokia do well.
and don't know the EPIC BOREDOM of slid shows
Re: Public sector
Considering the entire 5 years of recession has been caused by just Lehman Brothers failing, who knows how bad it could have got if they all went down.
Something to do with just how interconnected all finical institutions have become so when the big boys fail they take a lot out on their way down.
Why not every website that is built for the government should have its creators company name stamped at the bottom of every page. That way these crap producing, overpriced (you have to be to get a gov contract) companies can fold like they should.
At least thats a valid target
BT/Openreach are also being subsidised to do Cambridge, which already has 100mbits Virgin fibre.
So basically the Tax man is subbing BTs roll out to complete in a Virgin cable area rather then putting it in another area which doesn't get either, like all of the surrounding area and towns.
Looking out at the dark, frozen landscape outside I can not help thinking that solar panels are like BMWs. Great just as long as its sunny and dry.
BB are simply for poor children in hoodies. Children of wealthier climbs have Androids and iOS devices.
Its bad enough to be unfashionable, but to associated with the less sociable acceptable "youths" is an image death sentence.
Paris - as she knows all about selling tat to the chavs.
SOooooOOoo many more to go...
Re: I don't have a telly.
No TV just a 42" monitor with an ITX PC with a few USB Freesat and Freeview tuners and the PC connects to a superb 5.1 PC surround sounds.
I don't even use the TV remote. Just turn the TV on and off. The very low power PC just stays on as its also the house file server
Also you NEVER lose a full sized wireless media keyboard down the back of the sofa.
Frack smart, just connect a PC, They do everything and really easily as well.
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