as a matter of fact I did study calculus in high school at end of advanced algebra- we didn't quite get to partial differential equations tho
Taking the markets back up so they can scam the investors withtheir high-speed frequency trades.
I hope the FBI nails those suckers - big score, headlines news! if so. Is Microsoft involved? Hmmm.
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Do enlighten us . What 'extraterrestrial' influences are ignored and what do you believe is a good estimate of their percentage of the temp increase observed so far?
Of course, it's first-quarter freshman calculus. Probably they're teaching it in high school these days. Why, don't you?
golly I bet you know a whole bunch about derivatives eh math ignoramous??
The Belpointe analyst outdid himself by throwing out a buzzphrase -- "second derivative" -- from differential calculus in the middle of a market discussion. Does he even know what a first derivative is, let alone a second derivative? I doubt it. But you can bet it will start popping up in the on-air banter of analysts, then journalist/commentators and pundits, then man-in-the-street types. That's just too juicy to pass up. "Inflexion point" is passe, now "second derivative" will be the new hip jargon.
Doesn't matter, if it's made by M$FT wotobozo & his minions attack it, now if was a Sux related product it be nothing but promotion & praise by the perma Troll one.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I agree, at some point, the OS version will not be able to address all the changes in software technology that have taken place, at some point there is obsolescence. Chinese would do well to take not that even in outsourcing, there is planned obsolescence In where companies outsource to. When the cost of the supply chain with China becomes more cost effective to locate to another country, like in Viet Nam, outsourcing will invest where it is cheaper. The only idiot country that continues to support wholehearted outsourcing for tax benefits is the US, yet the US doesn't not have a plan to recoup loss tax revenue. Already 16K people on planet earth continue 50% of the wealth on planet earth, at some point, when the balance tips in favour of the 16K where they are getting more than half of the wealth and the rest of people on planet earth are getting less than 50%, as some point, the government will have to redistribute wealth. I use to think, redistributing wealth was bad, but, if you look at it this way, if the 16K could get that much wealth, you could redistribute everything they have, at some point the 16K would figure out a way to get it all back, so I say, do a one time redistribution and let the 16K pick up to begin their wealth collection again. Those that figured out how to get it will once again figure out how to gain it all back.
LOL if you hadn't said anything, I wouldn't have even noticed the content-free post from the wallybot. The grayed-out by-line is always there and always the same, so it's just part of the furniture.
You balding idiot, do you believe the sun and other extraterrestrial factors have not been studied as a possible source for GW?
WASHINGTON – A U.S. agency whose mission is to foster democracy by providing financial aid to foreign governments is under fire for what some lawmakers charge is blatant political bribery to get foreign officials to pass policies favored by the Obama administration.
The payment programs, administered by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), are described as "incentive" funds. The U.S. government offers multimillion-dollar payments to foreign governments -- including in Afghanistan, as well as North Africa and elsewhere -- in exchange for approving policies that are a priority in Washington, but not necessarily in those countries.
The money effectively greases the palms of foreign government officials, but watchdogs and lawmakers are questioning how that money is being spent.
"It sounds like a bonus, it sounds like a slush fund, it sounds like a lot of very negative things," Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said during a recent House hearing on Capitol Hill.
Last year, the U.S. government gave $15 million to Afghanistan in exchange for its parliament passing a law on violence against women. The United States Agency for International Development has defended that payment, arguing before a House Oversight subcommittee that the vital law would have been "unpalatable" for Afghanistan without the monetary incentive.
But that was just a chunk of a larger, two-year $175 million "incentive fund" through USAID to nudge Afghanistan toward "progress" on human rights, budget and election reforms. Another $15 million was given last month for budget changes.
MS apparently requires all their shills to take and successfully complete, at a minimum, the "Indifference 101" course material at the Redmond Campus.
Looks like you were an A+ pimp... er... student, Billie Sue.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Fine, but I've never claimed it was a "natural fluctuation" myself. The problem is that the pseudo-religious attribution of global warming to human agency can be defended only by ignoring extremely obvious extraterrestrial influences from an extremely obvious source -- the sun. Purportedly scientific papers cited carefully tiptoe around the painfully obvious portions of the historical record that show that influence.
We only have one planet. It's being exploited to make a few people wealthy.