The real answer.
Pretty sure the guys just wanted a paycheck and never expected it to be the next big thing.
Side note: an air cooled 911 would look good in that scheme...
Yeah I like that no one seems to remember this.
Six, there's a New Mexico as well.
Removing names is notoriously difficult based on their contracts. Basically they will usually have a claus about having to be convicted of a crime. Kenneth Lay sponsored a chair at a university, and since he was technically found innocent since he died during his appeal, they can't take the name off of it.
I read one article on Fox's website in the last month, which was about the California governor suspending the death penalty. It was about which killers and how bad they were not being murdered themselves.
Have you done any actual research into the effects in the area or why it failed?
Interesting that the headline on his Twitter says $20 bottle, then the article says $80 bottle. A quick Google search seems to indicate it really is closer to a $20 bottle than $80 (probably would cost at least $80 at a private resort).
You seem to have a lot of time on your hands, so I doubt I am wasting it. Luckily it is my last week at this job so I have plenty of time.
Ding ding. They have an infrastructure built for the entire lifecycle of their nuclear plants. I don’t know if the USA is recycling any of the spent fuel or if it is just being stored as it came out of the old reactors, but if it is the latter, then the waste could be cut down siginificantly by separation.
Where did I say that was a nuclear success story? Every method will have inherent risks and mistakes will be made. You think the mining of the necessary metals for solar has no risks? Or the manufacture of the resins for wind?
Joe Rogan isn’t really bad, but he’s not really good or smart. Basically he has access to interesting interviews, but he doesn’t ask very good questions or seem to any research of his own. He's an every man getting to occasionally talk to interesting people, but doesn't have any push back because he doesn't know…
A lot of things changed for me between 2017 and 2018 so it's difficult to judge if my taxes were reduced, but I know my return fell by 30% even though I had a full year of mortgage interest payments. I don't think I noticed any real change in my take home either.
Deval Patrick will be running too.
So many guys, it's really sad too.
Fission can be done well (France and Japan), but requires huge capital to create an entire effcient system. You miss just one part of that cycle and the whole thing goes to shit. Combine that with Americans’ dislike for large government projects and regulations, and you end up with a disjointed system that has far too…
My guess would be that because they require such massive up front costs that companies are able to convince governments to shell out tons of money. Government officers rarely have any kind of real project management experience, so they rely on the companies to tell them how well things are going. A lack of recently…