The meme potential of this image of the King of Sweden yelling at a handball match is unbelievable.
In Back to the Future, Doc Brown asks his portrait of Thomas Edison for advice "1.21 jigowatts! Tom, how on Earth am I going to generate that kind of power? It can't be done, can it?"
The guy should've studied Nikola Tesla. He's got more in common with him anyway. I'm sure that Tesla's ideas for harnessing the energy of the Earth itself would consider that amount of power a modest day's output.
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So the Federation put all the EMH Mark Ones to work mining dilithium and stuff, right? Jobs that get done more often than medical emergencies?
But the M1 wasn't designed for long term operation. Voyager's Doctor only lasted more than a couple of years without reinitialization because Kes talked the Diagnostic Hologram into merging matrices when he went into Cascade Failure.
So, was the Fed regularly rebooting those M1 instances? And does this count as a holocaust?
My employer tries very hard to keep people out of overtime (managers are instructed to schedule us for no more than 37 hours a week so that overages don't go into overtime), but everyone is expected to put in a lot of time for the week before Christmas because it's the busiest week of the year.
But because that check was paid in the new year, it's isolated in my overtime YTD and I can see that I earned almost twice as much overtime in the last pay period as I did in the whole year.
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