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lemmy user(ule)s: "this sign won't stop me because i can't read"
  • By comparing people to these slurs, you enforce societal norms that indicate that the said group has less value in society.

    Since humans are social creatures by nature, you are essentially dehumanizing an entire class/group of people because you can’t come up with something more clever to say.

    To err is human, we all make mistakes, intelligence/sight/etc. has nothing to do with it.

  • FCC explicitly prohibits fast lanes, closing possible net neutrality loophole
  • Lemmy is a fine place for it, saying it’s a hive mind may have some truth, but it’s also a copout. Just back up controversial opinions with some sources.

    You said you read things that “got you to this point.” What was it you read? I’d be interested in reading it.

  • Keurig's new K-Rounds coffee pods are plastic-free and could finally make single-serve coffee-making sustainable
  • “Sustainable”

    Coffee can, single piece of packaging for months on end.

    Vs.

    K-cups, paper, dyes, increased packaging volumes, increased energy in production, increased raw materials, increased trips to the store to purchase more, 6 month shelf life. Sustainable /s

  • Keurig's new K-Rounds coffee pods are plastic-free and could finally make single-serve coffee-making sustainable
  • “Sustainable”

    Coffee can, single piece of packaging for months on end.

    Vs.

    K-cups, paper, dyes, increased packaging volumes, increased energy in production, increased raw materials, 6 month shelf life = increased trips to the store to purchase more. Sustainable /s

  • How is the hydrogen made?
  • Not clear on what you’re trying to say here. The energy generated from a fuel cell is electricity. The entire fuel cell assembly is essentially a battery, using hydrogen and oxygen as the electrochemical components.

    But, I think you’re trying to argue that one is better than the other. To that all I can say is we all are just getting out of being locked into a singular infrastructure (combustion engines) for the last 90 so years, it’s probably best to invest concurrently in multiple alternative energies instead of putting all of our eggs in one basket. Hydrogen has some strengths where lithium ion does not and vis versa. I’d assume it would be best to diversify so if one fails we have multiple backups. Kinda like investing money, don’t put all your money behind one horse.

  • US sues Apple for illegal monopoly over smartphones
  • How dare. 6.35mm is superior and I for one want it on my phone. The larger jack size provides a greater surface area for conductance. Why is this important? Glad you asked, more surface area translates to less resistance at the junction, thus allowing more electrons to flow freely from your device to your ocular cavity, where sound is processed from compression waves into electromagnetic waves. The 6.35mm jack is the best option for hi-fi 256 bit color. As you can see, it’s all basic science. Source: I’m a stientist

  • What if public libraries...
  • Ah yes, privatization will make it cheaper because of competition…

    meanwhile one company buys out all the competition, monopolizes, charges more, and becomes the modern day version of a duke or lord. Yay capitalism