“The way that Starlink was able to upgrade when a threat showed up, we need to be able to have that ability,” said Dave Tremper, the Pentagon’s director of electronic warfare. “We have to be able to change our electromagnetic posture, to be able to change very dynamically what we’re trying to do without losing capability along the way.”
the total supplies in American storage facilities at the end of January were 17% lower than the previous five-year average for that time of year. In that one month, we withdrew 991 billion cubic feet of gas from those reserves. That’s the most natural gas we have withdrawn from storage in the month of January since 2012.
One of the delusions I had when I was younger was that when reality hit people would change their minds. Seattle’s transit system struggles as riders refuse to pay
I saw this pop up in my feeds this and thought that some people going to a certain doctor might find it worth checking out.
Comments are more interesting then the article on this one. They sound all to familiar to those of us in State Service. Watching the mass exodus of our operational knowledge is one of the saddest evolutions I have witnessed. Many of my fire assignments have transformed from operationally focused suppression tactics to exercises in preserving human life. We do not have the tacit knowledge, operational competence, or resource capacity to be effective with the scale of wildfire complexity we are facing.
The YouTube that goes along with this has some shocking statistics. I am going to have look into this a little more. Is China Screwed?
This self-described “control deficiency” is actually an outrageous breach of ethics—and possibly law—by SEC that illustrates why the Constitution forbids housing prosecutorial functions and adjudicatory functions in a single agency.