If he is for it, I am against it. Doesn't matter what it is. That guy is always wrong
11 posts • joined 18 Sep 2014
He said basically that all the best onshore locations are used up, but offshore is still viable.
He also said (actually said because it is in quotes):
“We are now the cheapest form of new generation in Britain,” Mr McNeal said. “If plants can be built in places where people don’t object to them and if, as a result of that, over their whole lifetime the net impact on consumers against the alternatives is beneficial, I need to persuade people we should be doing that.”
The Reg writer is just an industry shill.
Just like in Germany - 3 year degree, 8 hours a day, 6 months a year - the other 6 months at place of work doing apprenticeship.
Result1, staff with degrees and understanding of the company, that you have trained and understand. Those who fail you don't have to keep. Generally paid €900 per month.
Result2, Companies get the degrees/training they want
Problem1, see Result2
I skipped through the Fry piece. At first I laughed at what looked like brazen trolling of the anti Apple crowd.
Then it became obvious that he meant it, and I had to shed a tear to see even the supposed cleverest among us brought to prostituting themselves at the altar of shiny .
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