Indeed: in communication you learn to compress as much as possible, and use the bandwidth to improve reliability.
Local game intelligence enables almost infinite compression. For these prices, Google can include some local hardware to solve all bandwidth problems.
It looks like the bandwidth usage is a goal, not a tool.
Yes, I do know differential equations. And I'm not talking about the speed of trading, but the speed of building capacity.
People buy a car for Uber, and really don't know how much money can be made. When the car is bought, they could be working for gas money only.
(In differential equations the system depends on differentials (speed, acceleration) in this case the driver probably made the decision in the past, when he bought the car)
Physics works with second order differential equations: the acceleration only depends on the current situation (instantly). In economics the current supply depends on the decision to start production (could be years ago).
That time delay causes the well known problem of the random walk. If you try to correct your moves to quicky, your system becomes chaotic. That would be a strong argument against dynamic pricing (It destroys the ability of producers to plan production to match demand).
The instability is worse in economics. In engineering all connections are instant. In economics there's a delay between the change in demand and change in production so engineering techniques won't work.
Probably some general directive to fight fake addresses. In some meeting somebody noticed the fact you need a certain status to live in the US. And somebody writing directives picked it up.
Why does Elsevier even still exist?
How dare you!
It's holy copyright. Now kneel, you infidels, and pay tribute to it's great gifts to the world.
I believe we can all agree that mass murder, faked videos and pornography should not be broadcast — not by cable news providers, and certainly not by Facebook and YouTube
I think movies are worse than video games. They tell the story of normal people in trouble, solving all their problems with violence.
"If you're in trouble and have nowhere else to go call the A-team" is better propaganda for violence than flying body parts in GTA.
I think his second point is better: she doesn't represent some kind of gouvernement office. She's the representative of the people (I don't know the details, but probably on personal title, to prevent bribery and coercion).
If those committees start publishing their decisions on this account, it could be different.
I think he refers to the fact that most vegans don't want to kill any animal. And some of them are pretty extreme: if you hurt an animal, you're evil. If the animal hurts you, it's your fault too.
Yes, people are killing animals, but without it we would have serious problems. Rats would eat our grains, birds would eat our fruits, and bears would eat our children.
Your reference is about killing more animals than we used to do (most of them through modifying the environment), not about killing animals.
There are real limits to the number of holy cows in India. There are no holy bulls, and only some special cows are holy.
I don't know de details (I'm no Hindu) but there is population control for cows in India.