MrTexas
MrTexas
MrTexas
Feb 26
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They werent trying to cancel anyone. The BA cratered itself long ago. They were merely sifting through the wreckage. 

Feb 25
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It would be so much cheaper and more efficient to just charge batteries with those panels. 

Feb 25
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Yeah, its actually really really super advanced and learned how she drives regularly and is just doing its best to mimic that. 

Feb 17
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I just watched that a few weeks ago! I had never heard of it before it was recommended.

Feb 16
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If your well is forming hydrate plugs under normal conditions you need to redesign your completion. Plugs like that typically only form during hard shutins/restarts......stuff caused by.....you know, lets say a plant going offline because its control instrumentation froze. Read more

Feb 16
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Slight gripe: it wasnt wellheads that froze up. Wells are always gonna be a little warm since every well is a geothermal conduit. Its the non-winterized processing plants/refineries that are going offline and forcing pipelines and wells to shut in.

Feb 16
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This is why we should absolutely have gas lines supplying residential heating and cooking. The grid will always be stressed the most when those services are needed the most. 

Feb 15
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I think it also about the ability to constantly move the goalposts on bad behavior. They need to claim that 2018 is ancient history so that in 3 years they can claim 2021 is ancient history too. Continue to get away with everything with zero atonement.

Feb 12
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How many wells were fracked in the US, on average, annually from 2006-2019? 10000? 20000? 100000? It was an absolutely huge number. Read more

Jan 22
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This tracks for the latest data out of LA too. In the summer/fall if you were admitted to the hospital with COVID you had a 1/8 chance of dying. Now that is up to 1/4. 

Jan 20
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Use War on Drugs tactics, get War on Drugs results. 

Jan 20
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Supposedly almost all of their aggressive nature was mitigated by the better ecosystem. since they didnt have to fight other hippos for scarce resources or predators.  

Jan 15
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I dont think its plebs on RobinHood that are driving this. This is the result of runaway inequality and (basically) free debt for anyone or anything rich enough to not need it. Hedge funds and the 1% are absolutely plowing money into this decade’s prettiest tulip. They dont have anywhere else they want to put it or Read more

Jan 5
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Any discussion about his weird obsession with Navy SEALs, which also contributed to his physical breakdown? 

Jan 5
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The wheels are too big and the track is too wide, the whole design just doesnt really mesh. Rare misfire from Singer. The interior is an abomination, also. But, hey, they had to make them to the client’s specs though, I guess.

Jan 4
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Really? At least 80% of my teachers seemed very willing and able. The bad ones definitely stuck out and I could count them on one hand. 

Dec 28
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The only thing that will make a dent in air pollution from air travel in the US would be a trillion dollar buildout of highspeed rail (minimum 150 mph cruise) linking every major city coast-to-coast. Read more

Dec 28
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Schools being forced to reopen in October/November probably plays a huge role in the spiking cases but hardly anyone talks about it, beyond blindly dismissing it as a possible contributor.

Dec 16
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Also, in these tests: are they compared to an adult dummy sitting in the exact configuration sans booster seat, and to a child also sans booster? Does the booster provide any benefit? Without any of that context this is just (more) reactionary pearl clutching, just like the zero star fear mongering from yesterday.

Dec 16
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Inefficiency should always be a huge concern, especially with greener energy sources. What those sources are constructed of are very much not green and overconsuming those products has very real environmental effects.