It's not biased, just utterly flawed. You need at least 1,849 respondents to accurately represent a population of 1.38 billion with 99% confidence level & confidence interval of 3. Even with a lower confidence level of 95%, you still need 1,067 respondents. Even with 1,849 respondents, it would...Jump to post
There is so much falsification of news in mainstream media and even financial news that you don't know whether to laugh or cry. Consider this - https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ne ... 853210.cms? This is a country where 80% of the population survives on less than $2 a day Where was the above 's...Jump to post
If they were so obvious, why would the equalize filter be required at all? To repeat a third time, the equalize filter WASN'T required. I could see them, quite easily, without said filter....and to be perfectly honest, I'm not all that good at seeing halos. So they were pretty obvious. Vik, you hav...Jump to post
You're of course entitled to your opinion, but I'm not sure this opinion is necessarily in the majority. That's fine. I'm not sitting here claiming to speak for the majority of photographers. When shooting RAW, as I'm sure you understand, a considerable amount of work is often required to get the i...Jump to post
Going forward, I think the advice I would give to myself, and indeed all other aspirational photographers, is "edit your photos as minimally as possible, even if you think it looks bland and boring and flat, thats what they want." Yes, as a general rule, less editing is preferred. I would...Jump to post
My son (2 years 10 months) is better at using an iPad than I am. I don't have any qualms about letting him use it. He plays a bunch of educational games, and I think they've definitely helped his vocab and such. He spends plenty of time outside, and playing with toys, and whatever else, so I have no...Jump to post
When listing the transactions chronologically, does what Toppers put on paper as occurring at 3:14pm come before ALDI, since I entered the order — and AmEx authorized the charge — before the 3:18pm Acquisition of the Sprouts? OR Does the Toppers transaction come AFTER, since a transaction is an exc...Jump to post
Well it's clear proof of someone with a Police uniform and corroborates Arnold's presence as the eyewitness in the motorcade who saw him dive for cover. If we're referring to the Mary Moorman photo, all that proves is that people can find whatever they want to find in a black-and-white photo with p...Jump to post
My friend said in more than a few songs there were parts Richards played that were either mangled or just flat landed way out of tune. Ever listened to a Stones album? Same deal there, which is much more inexcusable than a live show, if you want to be critical of such things. The Stones were never ...Jump to post
Ever tried talking to SoCal Edison about a power issue?
Took me somewhere in the vicinity of 10 hours on the phone with them over a week to get them to come out and fix a disconnected power line.
All Americans, all spoke perfectly fine English, all thoroughly incompetent.
This photo is none of these things. Are the screeners just bored, or overloaded with high quality photos? How can they possibly claim to assess the noise levels in a photo that is barely 2mp. Soft? Blurry? What kind of monitors are they using? These kinds of canned blanket rejection criteria are pr...Jump to post
The first paragraph of the Vox piece, unsurprisingly, is completely misleading and uses loaded language about the special that indicates the writer hasn't actually seen it. Total garbage. I actually don't think that article is bad. The author does seem to have watched the special, and does raise so...Jump to post
I just wonder.... Did Chapelle, early in his career, have a "relationship" with a trans woman and he is still angry about it? Outside of the fact that that is a pretty stupid question to ask (it's always been a stupid question), Chappelle seems pretty happy to me. He feels certain ways ab...Jump to post
Finally watched the special last night. There were some pretty controversial jokes in there (many of them had nothing to do with trans people), but that's perfectly fine. Chappelle has definitely pushed the envelope more and more as his career has progressed. Really, this special was less "stan...Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:If it was a croc, it’d be real news! Crocs aren’t known to exist in Florida.
Alias1024 wrote:That was a horrible call from the first base umpire. What a terrible way to end the series.
Dammit Red Sox, I said LESS drama, not more.
That said, glad the series is over. I didn't really expect the Sox to be contenders at all this year, so every win is a bonus.
Aaron747 wrote:Lots more drama to go.
Do you think a lot of that actually comes from Part II, where indeed he's one of the most unsympathetic protagonists cinema has ever seen? No, I'm thinking solely of Part I. I actually kind of wish they'd never made a Part II. I feel like the novel ends with Michael still an inherently good guy, an...Jump to post
In my opinion, it's always better to see the movie first, then read the book, if possible. That way, you won't be disappointed, but might actually be surprised by how much more is in the book. Patriot Games, C&PD and Red October are far better Clancy adaptations. Red October is one case where I ...Jump to post
Going to take a massive reversal of fortune for the Yanks to salvage their season now. Sox bullpen is looking solid. I was not a fan of removing Eovaldi (who was pitching with some serious conviction), but luckily it worked out....though only by about 2 feet. The only problem with this game is A-Ro...Jump to post
Maybe a better solution would be making the divisions symbolic and seeding the postseason in each league based only on winning percentage. I don't really have a problem with the divisions. Just think that no playoff contest should be decided by a single game. Having two teams win a wildcard is ridi...Jump to post
Just glad the Sox managed a comeback win yesterday over the Nats (even though the Nats are my NL team). With that said, I hate, hate, HATE the wildcard game. In my mind, it's not even a post-season game. It's just game 163. You don't "really" make the post-season until you win that game. P...Jump to post
jhud922 wrote:at the end of the runway before the beach can you spot there?
vikkyvik wrote:Dockweiler Beach or Vista Del Mar Park - can get takeoffs from the north side there. Light should be best in the mid-to-late afternoon.
So just out of curiosity, taking BOS as an example, takeoffs from 22L/R perform an essentially immediate turn to 140. Here is the language I found in the Logan Two departure procedure on Airnav: TAKEOFF RWYS 22L/22R: Climbing left turn heading 140 So does that mean an immediate turn, or is it assume...Jump to post
fr8mech wrote:It's usually when the flight crew writes up that the nose wheels continued to spin after gear retraction.
Pellegrine wrote:The real loser is the American patient.
What else should I consider for a day of spotting? In general at this time of year, through the winter and early spring, you want to be shooting facing north. Locations: Imperial Hill (located on Imperial Ave, just south of Imperial Highway) - south side takeoffs and rollouts. Light will be good mo...Jump to post
extender wrote:This isn't about poll taxes or keeping people of color from voting.
Q1. Formula for Moment about the aerodynamic center = Cmac q s c (Cmac = moment coefficient, q = dynamic pressure, s = surface area, c = chord). I understand that moment = f x d so, distance has to be there hence why chord is in the formula. However, why is it not the distance from the AC to the ce...Jump to post
I've pretty much never heard of anyone getting ticketed for going less than 10 MPH over the speed limit, so yes I do think its harsh and several other people agree with me. Again, the speed limit makes a difference. In my experience, people don't go 90 in 80mph zones. Just keep it to 85 and you'll ...Jump to post
The Best Setting For A Window Air Conditioner Is Actually Medium Cool / Medium Fan Speed I've often wondered about that, though the answer doesn't surprise me. I've always assumed that a high fan speed will not cool the air as much (though I still use it sometimes). That said, is this based on a st...Jump to post
FlapOperator wrote:Honestly, I bet your limitation would end up being tire speed.
convair880mfan wrote:I wonder if all jetliners are capable of this?
Individuals found to have violated the law would have to pay $10,000 to the person who successfully brings such a suit So not only can you sue, but you'll get awarded "damages", even though you were not by any means damaged. Banning abortions after only 6 weeks is completely and utterly r...Jump to post
Start Slowly, and warm up more. Stretch a bit. A good and long warm-up before workouts can have a very positive effect on your body. I agree wholeheartedly with these comments. Whenever I work out (whether it's exercise bike, treadmill, swimming, or jogging around the neighborhood), I always do a 5...Jump to post
TWA772LR wrote:People that consume dihydrogen monoxide have a 100% death rate.
Oddly enough, I though Aaron Rodgers was great. More understated but kept the game moving. Mike Richards was fine as a host, but obviously problematic for other reasons. LeVar Burton was, unfortunately, not good as guest host. Mayim Bialik was good, as was David Faber and a few others. I'm still get...Jump to post
If you look at the velocities of true explosives and deflagrating fuels, the line is very broad—orders of magnitude. I think you're still talking about detonation velocity versus deflagration velocity. And there's certainly a clear line there - the speed of sound in the material. But again, low exp...Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:It’s burning fuel, not detonating it.
Why does the term girlfriend get silly when you are in your 60s? Makes no sense, she is your girlfriend. I've always found the term "girlfriend" to sound....high-school-ish, for lack of a better descriptor. Once I turned somewhere around 30, it just seemed like a stupid term to use. lucky...Jump to post