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"If you will draw too much attention to the shit, shit will destroy you." -- Ok, I see. But, "There is so much evil in the world not because there are so many bad people but because good people keep silence." - Martin Luther King

The solution is the vertical (i.e. dense) city! In addition to the major nature waster, it solves all aspects of the problem (e.g. forests and heating). What is the problem? Have you ever heard that all your technological advance is based on oil, that is over?

I ask a lot of questions and "I have extreemly low tolerance for the stupid bullshit" (G. Carlin). Yes, beauty is not relative. Particularly, this means that I do not accept bullshit. Circular argument (it is so because it is so) or unrelated details are not arguments. Do you consider this rude? Go fuck. I'd rather offend people than pander to them.

pay especially close attention whenever an idea is being suppressed.

It seems to me that the idiocy is amplified by Fluff Principle here. I consider Stackexchange a best place for challenging the assumptions in popular beliefs. But, I see that people, who are unable to listen, practice ostracism. The bigots from all over the world confer to ignore my argument and preach what they know, the simple minded beliefs. For instance, why don't we have spacedelta in python, why direction makes difference between scalars and vectors, conductor must gain charge when electrons are set into motion, what is the point of accept method in visitor pattern. These are all cases where I ask to argue for the fundamental basics and all are massively downvoted. People hate to know why popular things are like they are! This is bigotry as is the macros are evil overprotection.

Stackoverflow: Debugging means localizing the bug. In 99.9% debugging exposes the bug and it is not a subject of StackOverflow. StackOverflow can only be useful if you describe some weirdness and do it very clearly. Try using logic: show how B follows from A. The code snippet must be no longer than necessary to expose the problem. Dumping his program awhole, user demonstrates that he made no attempt to localize the bug.


Jul
21
comment Optimal speed for the water wheel
I am asking how the airoplane-style turbines achieve the 100% theoretical efficiency rather than anything else. I cannot even think of a question that you are responding to.
Jul
21
comment Why do some hand dryers blow hot air?
This enables to waste more energy. Another reason is that not to make you feel cold.
Jul
21
comment Practical (maybe naive) question on boiling water
@placeholder how does it answer my question? You claim that I am mindless after totally ignored my argument. This is what happens when people spread stereotypes instead of thinking.
Jul
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How does acceleration affect the orbit?
Jul
21
answered Practical (maybe naive) question on boiling water
Jul
21
comment Practical (maybe naive) question on boiling water
@placeholder what is the point of your comment? Which convection currents are you talking about? If the currencts have temperature 100C then they will make the glass and water inside it 100C also and in-bottle water will boil. If it is < 100C then it will only cool the bottle down. In any case, convection currents, deflected by the bottle won't change anything. So, which convection currents are you talking about?
Jul
21
revised Optimal speed for the water wheel
wind turbines
Jul
21
revised How does acceleration affect the orbit?
edited tags
Jul
21
revised How does acceleration affect the orbit?
edited title
Jul
21
asked How does acceleration affect the orbit?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
21
comment Optimal speed for the water wheel
@Joce torque != efficiency. In my introduction, I have explained that losses are inevitable, yet, there are theoretically 100% efficient converters in electronics. I guess smart designs are possible for the turbines also. This does not mean that their size must be zero. You loose not because your turbine is large. You loose if you let the water go without extracting all its kinetic energy.
Jun
21
revised Optimal speed for the water wheel
reference to SMPS
Jun
20
revised Optimal speed for the water wheel
added 67 characters in body
Jun
20
asked Optimal speed for the water wheel
Jun
19
comment Bending of light from a moving light source
You are confusing direction of light with frequency of light.
Jun
19
comment Why are ceramic containers used for hot beverages?
The plastics do release some terrible chemicals (you know that things (chemical release and plastic degradation) happen (exponentially) faster at higher temperatures). Secondly, light materials have lower melting/evaporating temperatures. Ceramics melts at thouthands of cendigrate and does not release the poisoness chemicals. These are basics. So, you know that and ask the question. How is it possible to answer?
Jun
9
comment Moon's pull causes tides on far side of Earth: why?
@LDC3 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_force
May
11
comment Why does GPS depend on relativity?
It seems that you have missed the question and we should upvote. You have managed to understand the algorithms. We have no other option but upvote your precious thoughts here.
Apr
22
comment Where does the electricity, generated by a solar panel, go if you don't use the electricity?
What if there is no heat think? Can you understand that the question is about the case when there are no sinks?