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  • funnelweb

    funnelweb

    March 11, 2015, 6:54 am

    >I agree that the Earth is overpopulated, but how do you propose we get 6.5 billion people on the same page?

    The people in the developed world already have so few children that their population would decline if not for immigration.

    For the rest of the world, better social security and health care would help, because currently their kids are their social security, and there's a good chance that few of them will survive, so it makes sense to have lots of kids.

    Better education, especially of girls, would help too.

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  • budapi

    budapi

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 am

    > Doesn't this ensure the current majority gets a tax-paid permanent majority status due to always having more money to spend to get re-elected?

    I thought so too, but being involved in political activism recently I see (neutral and positive) media coverage as much more important. This is public attention that cannot be bought, while most people learned to ignore ads on TV and in the streets.

    For example, the German pirate party was effectively unknown to the general public until the European Parliament elections. After being noted for getting a "significant" vote count (and of course the success of our Swedish sister party) the mass media took interest. One month later the federal party convention occurred, with huge media attention (also, we set up a live stream on the internet), nobody wanted to miss the thing, and thanks to the silly season there was not that much else to discuss.

    A partly like the MLPD (marxist-leninist party of Germany) on the other hand inherited millions from a deceased party member and started a huuuge election campaign some years ago. However the media didn't care except for that strange inheritance. Likewise their electoral success was negligible.

    TL;DR: It's not the money, it's attention. Activism is more important than ads.

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  • SadisticPenguin

    SadisticPenguin

    March 10, 2015, 5:10 pm

    As a graphics programmer who has done some compiler writing, this is a really interesting question for me.

    Memory is confusing on GPUs, and conditional statements don't work as planned. This makes doing something such as raytracing, which is highly parallel, hell - the required spatial partitioning limits things to simple ray packets which can't have complex secondary rays for things like reflection, and even then it can screw up.

    An optimizing compiler would simplify a program's control flow as much as possible, but obviously this is no simple task... At the same time, changing the SIMD nature of GPUs doesn't seem like it's happening anytime soon either.

    So, parallelism is a completely different task when comparing the GPU and CPU. There's plenty of easy (comparably) ways to make parallel coding friendlier for the CPU, but the limited control flow of GPUs is a pain.

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  • bailbondusa

    bailbondusa

    March 11, 2015, 4:50 am

    Boise Bail bond agents are required to know the laws of the state and remain with ongoing education in the Boise bail bonds Industry. Bail may be granted after an arrest has happened. Depending on the jurisdiction and the characteristics of the offense, there is a possibility that accused for bail a few hours after finishing the booking process. This is especially true for is determined that the likelihood that the suspect escaping the immediate area are very low. The real amount of the bond can vary from a relatively small amount to an excessive amount at one time depends on the crime that the defendant is charged of and the threat it can take account of the public.

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  • MarcoVincenzo

    MarcoVincenzo

    March 10, 2015, 8:08 pm

    I'm probably 90% Austrian and 10% sceptic. The Austrians are the only ones who actually promote freedom and honesty, even when it doesn't provide the outcome "everyone" wants. They're smart enough to realize that neither they nor anyone else can know everything in the present let alone predict the future. Because of this they promote a system where the most honest information is available to all and anyone can make "course corrections" whenever they believe it to be advantageous.

    Every other school of thought seems intent on creating a "priesthood" that knows more than anyone else and who's main purpose is to manipulate either individuals or the market itself. As with other areas of life, power isn't necessarily problem in and of itself, but the concentration of power in a small group of leaders always leads to "bad things". With the Austrians, power is distributed to the largest possible group minimizing the chance of an economic oligarchy forming.

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  • itoshkov

    itoshkov

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    A template in cascade looks like this:

    (defview index

    [env]

    :html [

    :head [

    :title [ "Example Template" ]

    ]

    :body {:id "root"} [

    "Cascade is complete unto itself, it "

    :em [ "does not" ]

    " use external template files."

    ]

    ])

    but maybe the following is more idiomatic?

    (defview index

    [env]

    [:html

    [:head

    [:title "Example Template"]]

    [:body {:id "root"}

    "Cascade is complete unto itself, it "

    [:em "does not" ]

    " use external template files."]])

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  • wilsonism

    wilsonism

    March 10, 2015, 9:33 pm

    I live about 30 minutes away from UNC-Chapel Hill. Every Halloween they have a great gathering of college kids, alumni, and such to go to Franklin St and just walk around, bar hop & such in costume. It was all great fun when I was a teenager. I went a few years back, and it had changed. The clever costumes were all pimp & whore costumes, and the level of rowdy thugs there was almost disturbing they caused such a ruckus that they are try to keep non-residents out by making less concessions for them. It makes me sad and angry that the spirit of such a great celebration has died.

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  • Brian

    Brian

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 am

    >show that my guess assumes the truth of moral realism.

    Doesn't it? You spoke in terms of "objective truths". Unless you assume there **are** such things, this wouldn't counter the point.

    I Interpreted Gareth321's point as countering one possible objective truth - that morality is universal, and thus there is a commonly held meaning for morality present in all humans that they will agree on. Unless there are other such truths (and I see no evidence for them), there is no one absolute notion of "morality", there is only "my morality" and "your morality".

    >Think of "water = H2O"

    I covered this in the second half of that paragraph, but to add to that: If someone holds that morality is truly just another name for seeking pleasure then by those with a different defintion, they don't **have** a morality. Others, while sharing a definition of "pleasure", have an *additional* concept, morality, they consider seperate from it, and thus, by other's interpretation, someone who held this view would be a moral nihilist. If it's truly equivalent, then replacing "morality" with "seeking pleasure" should not change the meaning of a sentence, but had the question been "Is seeking pleasure an absolute?", I'd have answered differently, since there is generally a universally common concept of "seeking pleasure" (even if "pleasure" itself is something that is not itself absolute, but only exists relative to a person). Gareth321's test is failed because the notion of "Performing activities that would cause the person performing the action experience pleasure" is something that has a universally understood, objective meaning. "Performing an action that is **moral**" does not, because "moral" is relative - to make it objective you'd need to say "that *I* consider moral", or "That is moral by <such and such> code".

    My conception, and I think the common one, incorporates more than "seeking pleasure". It adds a notion of *should*ness - that "seeking pleasure" or "not killing" or "collecting paperclips" is something people *should* or *shouldn't* do. I think in practice notions of hedonism or other moral philosophies also incorporate such a sentiment - they talk about "right" and "wrong", "good" and "bad", and assign these concepts to actions. They're not just stating the tautology that '"Seeking pleasure" is seeking pleasure', but that "seeking pleasure" is "good".

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  • Fimbulfamb

    Fimbulfamb

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 am

    We don't have humid summers. We're pretty lucky that way, in my opinion. We do have hot summers' days, but not the sticky sort of tropical air you get in more southern places. If you want to come, please do! I have heard of many people coming here with a bit of interest and really falling in love with the nature. I love the country myself, of course.

    You can stay as long as you like, especially if you like backpacking and a bit of walking, you can come for a weekend or for two months, you won't run out of places to visit, I promise.

    The people here are friendly and helpful, and practically everyone speaks English. (A few speak German as well, which is the 4th language learned in the school system; in gymnasium.)

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  • Voerendaalse

    Voerendaalse

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 am

    Yes, and my boyfriend who has college education in computer science doesn't want to tell me how exactly addresses are stored. Yet.

    Because for me it also feels like "remembering" an address will also cost you memory.

    So you would get in a certain loop:

    If the computer would talk, it would go like this.

    "I have to store this data of 8 bits. Its 0100 0110.

    OK. I have found a position to store it. The position to store it at, is address 0110.

    I must remember this address 0110. Wait, I'll store it in my memory at position 0010.

    I must remember this address 0010... I will store it in my memory at position 0100.

    And so on?

    Apparently, it doesn't work like that. Someone was very smart when they invented something....

    I was hoping, Carl, that you will be able to explain this to us later?

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  • chkno

    chkno

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 pm

    Think of strong/weak and static/dynamic as orthogonal dimensions. (Disclaimer: There's plenty of wiggle room in all of these terms.) Static/dynamic primarily refers to binding time -- when is it decided what code will be run? Type dispatch, resolving names to implementations, etc. generally happens at compile time in statically typed languages and at runtime in dynamically typed languages.

    Strong/weak generally means can you break the type system? Can you use an integer as a pointer, or skip off the end of an int array into a float array and cause the bits that actually represent floats to be interpreted as integers? Are types restrictions or recommendations?

    C's type system is not only weak/loose/unsafe in this way, it is insufficiently powerful to be any stronger. Consider libc's `qsort()` procedure. You pass it an array of `void` and a comparison function that accepts `void *` pointers. The comparison function must circumvent the type system and convert `void *` into something useful. The language does nothing to ensure that these casts are permissible. A strongly *statically* typed language would compile correct programs to the same object code, but would analyze the program at compile time to prove that the casts would always be legal. A strongly *dynamically* typed language would typically insert run-time checks at each cast -- an incorrect cast generates an exception or other error condition rather than allowing the program to reinterpret the bit patterns of one type as another type.

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  • rainynight

    rainynight

    March 11, 2015, 8:18 am

    Realy?What you said sounded to me like what Juan Cole had said,and so it didn't enter my mind maybe you are being satirical,I actually thought you think he is perfectly sane and yor evil(:D) western media is makeing him look stupid.Even his die hard brainwashed basiji fans are ashamed of him sometimes.

    As for the second one there is the belief and the reality,well both of them are true.Yes it would have been diffrent.Khamenei would have had some problems with other two candidas.

    And as for the "reality"one yes you get it right at the end it is all for Khamenei to choose.

    Still even thought he had some how handpicked four candidates available for us to vote.He didn't let the other 3 win at the end.They were choosen this way so poeple would be "encouraged to vote".I was in Karoobi's campaign and from what I saw there I can tell our number one "goal" was to put Khamenei down any way we can.It was the first time for many of us that did vote.Khamenei tricked us into participating.

    We vote just so that put Ahmadinejhad(and Khamenei) down by our massive persentage of votes against him.

    Edit:it was way too long,so it cut it

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    bhrgunatha

    March 10, 2015, 10:23 am

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  • pkphilip

    pkphilip

    March 11, 2015, 6:52 am

    There is a reason heterosexual marriages are supported by many societies - for one, it ensures that the society survives. Countries like Sweden even pay families to take care of the children's education etc. Also, families (heterosexual) have been building blocks of societies for ever.

    The stark reality of gay "marriage" is that it doesn't result in offspring. It is just a relationship between two people and the society doesn't benefit from it in any sense. So why should society extend the same benefits to a system which provides no benefit?

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  • rubygeek

    rubygeek

    March 10, 2015, 12:54 pm

    It is pretty tragic that you consider it likely that you might be considered "un-American" for standing up for your rights.

    Consider this: We can largely thank American unions and their several decades long struggle in the 1800's, including many who literally lost their lives during the struggle, for getting us the 8 hour working day. Their successes put a lot of momentum behind similar campaigns internationally and were truly trailblazing.

    The Haymarket Massacre in Chicago was even one of the reasons why May 1st became the international day for labor demonstrations.

    The US working class was long on the forefront internationally when it came to asserting their strength and pushing through better conditions for ordinary people.

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  • danduran

    danduran

    March 10, 2015, 8:32 am

    Muse are a major label band, so I doubt it matters - they'd probably be getting a standard cut of the retail price regardless of how much it's sold for.

    For independent bands/artists, or those on small labels, the closer to the band you can buy something from, the better for the artist it is.

    For example, if I sold my CD at a retail store (here it's about $30 a CD) about $10 of that goes to the store; $3 to the govt in sales tax; the vast majority of that back to the label, who then pay for distribution, advertising, production, etc. By the time it gets to the band, it depends on their deal, but it'd be a few dollars at best. For major label bands, if the band hasn't paid back any advance, or the costs involved in making the album, it could be nothing at all.

    If an independent band sells a CD for a third that price, chances are minus production and postage, they'll be getting most of it do spend on what they want, be it production, promotion, booze or whatever.

    For the record, I get 100% of sales made through my website - 'cause I do it through the web exclusively - and a cut if its purchased through places like Amazon or iTunes. It differs, but as an independent it's usually in the region of 60%-90%.

    I suppose I undercut myself making a free version of the album available, but hey - gotta get people to listen somehow! (radioovermoscow.com)

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