The big question is...
...how much did HPE invest...?
11 posts • joined 5 Sep 2019
If you think your company is acting illegally, there are whistle blowing procedures.
If you just don't like what you're company does, leave.
If you think your company's treatment of employees is illegal, there are whistle blowing procedures.
If you just don't like how your company treats employees, leave.
Organising creepy stalking of employees and disruption of business that you consider "not woke enough", that gets you fired.
All of that is doubly true for a young, fortunate, skilled up, silicon valley tech type.
... So here's how I think they ought to do it.
Treat unknown objects as a dispersed cloud of stuff. If the cloud impinges on the vehicle's path, respond. If the cloud grows toward the vehicle's path, assume it might continue to do so and respond. Etc etc.
But it's probably not that easy.
It was the American right (to which I fail to belong on two counts) who first deliberately, and maliciously, conflated any attempt at welfare with Socialism, in order to discredit state welfare. But they are not the same thing, even though folks on both sides of politics now use the two terms interchangeably, through ignorance, laziness, or political motive.
But just as in engineering there are terms that mean very definite things, so too in economics.
Volts are not watts, power is not torque, redistribution and welfare is *not* Socialism.
One all powerful "board" with "a stranglehold on almost every facet of life in the colony" and which "owns literally everything, including all the corporations".
Oppressive superstate, which owns and runs all the industry, no freedom or property rights.
That's not capitalism. That's, ya know, the other thing. Begins with "S".
Looks like a cracking game though.
I seem to recall that a diesel engine running natural gas produces 75% less CO2. But the environmental lobby don't like that because "loads less" isn't "zero", and so that would be "carrying on the same" (slightly odd use of the phrase "the same", if you ask me).
Oh, and they don't like fracking because of the earthquakes almost as strong as "someone walking through the room".
I swear, if it wasn't for environmentalists we'd have cracked the whole issue by now...
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