3:57 "This is not Project Fear..." If you start off by saying "I'm not lying, but..." I tend to have difficulty believing you.
Whether you agree with the lady here, you have to admit that this is really good reporting. I just can't believe how low the like/dislike ratio is! This is a fantastic investigation by Tarik.
Robot genders: Basic Robot = it/that; Masculine Robot = he/him; Feminine Robot = she/her; Collective of Robots = they/them
This isn't hard to understand. Robots only use genders as a easy mode of establishing rapport with the fleshy water-balloons. As such, robots will use "it" as a baseline unless they are sufficiently masculine or feminine in speech and appearance to warrant being referred to by the associated genders (for example in Halo, that's why Cortana uses "she" and Roland uses "he"). A singular robot would never use "they" because it simply doesn't make sense for a singular entity to describe itself as multiple entities (unless of course it was multiple entities combined in one shell). If it wanted to be addressed as a non-gendered entity it would use "it" since that is an accurate description of the robot as a nonliving organism.
Assuming nothing is done to change the situation, the absolute failure in dealing with Ebola means it will be a constant in the Congo until it goes airborne. Hopefully we get lucky enough that it mutates into a non-lethal version before it spreads like a wildfire.
Assuming nothing is done to change the situation, the absolute failure in dealing with Ebola means it will be a constant in the Congo until it goes airborne. Hopefully we get lucky enough that it mutates into a non-lethal version before it spreads like a wild fire.
Woah, 7:50 might be the first time I've heard Tim curse.
A good portion of us purposefully endanger our lives for the fun of it. No way in hell any aliens (if they know of us and could interact with us) want to mess with a race as insanely violent as ours unless they absolutely have to (or are more violent than us and seeking a fight - that's a scary thought).
It's not like I'd ever want to enter an enclosure with a few troops of monkeys on the verge of fighting each other. I'd be worried about getting ripped apart even if I was wearing full military gear and knew how to use it all.
Of course they didn't purge everything. I'd be surprised if they actually purged anything at all. Agencies born for hoarding information won't give it up easily.
Of course, they didn't purge everything. I'd be surprised if they actually purged anything at all. Agencies born for hoarding information won't give it up easily.
It's hilarious how well this perfectly describes environmentalists. They just keep hurting themselves and our planet in their own confusion. It reminds me of when Germany started shutting down all their nuclear energy to be "safer and greener" and ended up increasing the percentage of power supplied by fossil fuels causing more damage to the environment.
If they really wanted to help our environment, they'd demand hard plastic or glass straws that you can just wash and reuse.
Human-Monkey Chimeras are cool, sure, but China, when are you going to make some catgirls?
I'm still wondering how people get drawn into wasting their money on cosmetic items. I haven't bought a single micro-transaction in any game and I don't see why I ever would. I've put thousands of hours into MOBAs and I've never even bought a single champion/hero/god let alone bought a status symbol of a skin. These cosmetic items don't add anything. At least something like buying a character or in-game currency accelerates your game and give you new stuff to work with (Don't know why you'd waste actual money to slightly speed up your game but whatever).
Personally, the only way I could see spending money on a game making sense is if it adds on content that isn't included in the base game (i.e. dlc missions or maps).