RT @TheEnergyGang@twitter.com: Sen @BenSasse@twitter.com on people who care about climate: "You don’t hear a lot of them offering innovative solutions for the future." Ahem? Retweet if you are one of the tens of thousands of entrepreneurs innovating pro-business, pro-market climate solutions! https://wapo.st/2DU4zaI
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Exploring new data painting ideas with GANs and Optical Flow.
60MHz, 66 if you sprang for the expensive one :-)
RT @email@example.com Without googling, what was the clock speed of the very first Pentium processor?
RT @ColliderConcept@twitter.com: 👻💭 Bioengineering / Anxiety
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Botmark: a human so easily fooled by a bot, even a potato could pass the Turing test with them.
Botmark trashmob: large quantities of botmarks systematically targeted by AIs for assembly into zombie armies. Mechanical turk, but run by an AI.
RT @email@example.com: Man if I had a nickle for every time I heard "today over half the planet lives in cities... by the year 2050..." <drumroll> "TECHNOLOGY"
Why then though are there so few tech collaborations across cities around the world? And really no major ones outside of Airbnb, uber etc
Your cliché is my opportunity: https://beaucronin.micro.blog/2018/11/26/your-clich-is.html
What if one of the factors considered in building new renewable energy resources was the impact they could have on the viability/profitability of existing dirty sources - thereby hastening their retirement? Could this 2nd-order impact be priced in? https://amateurearthling.org/2018/11/26/adversarial-electricity-portfolios/
RT @Nanjala1@twitter.com: The principle of asylum is sacrosanct precisely because nominally advanced societies have in the past willingly - even enthusiastically - aided and abetted genocides. It is supposed to signal the collective evolution of humanity and its erosion signals a major step back.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: As @AlexCKaufman and others have noted, it’s worth thinking about what’s happening on the Mexican border as an example of the problems that climate change will exacerbate. It’s not just Americans who will have to move. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-23/climate-may-force-millions-to-move-and-u-s-isn-t-ready-report
RT @email@example.com: 25. Commercial and residential power pricing structures are going to get more complicated to reflect cheap midday solar. The main role of smart home technology is to take advantage of this.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: 11. Unless civilisation collapses, nearly all forecasts of solar deployment, including ours, underestimate the long term contribution of PV to the world energy supply.
RT @DanKeshet@twitter.com: One of the most important things Austin can do to make itself climate-change ready is prepare for a huge number of migrants from Houston, Galveston, etc. https://twitter.com/cflav/status/1066064232410726401
RT @email@example.com: “The brain remembers what it was like to have a tail.”
Some people know that there are many possible futures. And once you accept this possibility - well, then you want to play your part getting us onto the best timeline possible. If you're one of these people - wherever you are, whatever you do, however you view your talents - this is the place for you.