Without tax subsidies that expensive solar plant will not pay off against the coal plant. What's more that's from the Obama EIA which was trying to kill off the coal industry.
Actually, according to the link you provided, which is projecting to 2022 costs, the only electricity sources beating photovoltaic without tax breaks are geothermal and combined cycle gas. And the only sources worse than coal are offshore wind and solar thermal. That said, it also discusses big regional variations in costs, so, of course, don't depend on solar in the winter in Alaska (and don't build a large scale coal plant far away from customers and existing coal transportation infrastructure).
Media voted 94% Democrat in 1964.
Everyone voted 94% Democrat in 1964. (Except the South, where a lot of whites were pissed that the Dems were trying to give blacks equal rights, and a lot of blacks couldn't vote.)
Shit doesn't improve with age.
I disagree. Case in point: using manure for fertilizer.
Having said that, though, The Ribbon still stinks after 10 years.
People who print out website are in a low percentage of users.
Actually, I imagine that a certain number of websites get a large enough percentage of users that make hard copy printouts of things like maps & directions, airline tickets/boarding passes, reservations, etc.
In the same way that "form follows function," beauty must be an afterthought of usability.
To me, anyway, "form follows function" does not mean that beauty is an afterthought, but rather that properly executed functionality is aesthetically pleasing.
If you adjust for inflation using the PCI index (rather then the bullshit CPI) you will notice that $200k is the mean income (in todays dollars) that your parents parents parents would have been making back then.
Since my father's father's father came to America in a sailing boat (not diesel or even coal-fired steam) and worked at a time before almost anyone had a phone (let alone a cell phone) or an automobile, and was amazed (so my father told me) at the new-fangled marvel the radio, I'd like to know how you came to the conclusion that you could convert his buying power into today's dollars?
Sitting still is like, 1.5~MET activity and standing still is about 20-30% more across fit to unhealthy people.
Really? Because according to an old article in the ASHRAE journal that I ran across, office work is only about 1.2 Met and sitting in a lecture hall or library is only around 1.0 Met.
Lead me not into temptation... I can find it myself.