Marketplace Understanding Bunker Fuel: Posted by SwizStick Posted date December 29, 3PL Definitions Education Featured logistics Seafreight Supply Chain Management 6 comments Unless you work for an ocean container line, there seems to be a lot of confusion regarding bunker fuel costs and how they play into ocean container costs and BAF Bunker Adjustment Factor — fuel surcharge for container lines. This is especially compounded when folks look at the headlines in regards to crude oil prices and start asking questions about how those crude oil prices will affect bunker fuel. While at the end of the day all petrol and fuel oils come from the same source, the way they are priced and handled are very different.
I suspect this is happening. So society averages out at average. So maybe culture is a kind of averaged-out manifestation of IQ, which is not that bright as some have suggested. Looking around, that seems to make sense.
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We should be skateboarding on Mars by now, for example, yes? Or have nuclear fusion and nuclear fission waste all taken care of by now, everything all neatly decommissioned? We should be working far less by now, with no wage-slaves, poverty or illusions of democracy. We should be living in a kind of Frescoesque Venus Project World by now, no?
Doing art, music, philosophy, leisure, mountain biking and hiking in the trails, swimming in the pristine local waters of happy fish and making love beside a knocked-over tray of tea-and-crumpets? We are living with climate change and ceaseless arguments about it; with ecosystem despoilment and depletions and Fox News.
In the physical and spiritual manifestation of a IQ world.
We are still stuck in an evolutionarily determined predator-prey situation in which the most successful predatory top 0. The vast majority of the human ape species are utterly incapable of competing for scarce resources and subsistence with the emergent new species last human invention of intelligent systems and its accelerating capabilities.
So lots of people will be lost and there will be relatively little economic incentive or resource opportunity to save them. But I think there will be enough resources, technology, and intelligence to support a much smaller, smarter, and enhanced group of humans or human-machine hybrids.
And this is what Yuval Noah Harari says in that article you linked to. Money is the most successful story ever. You have the master storytellers, the bankers, the finance ministers telling you that money is worth something. Try giving money to a chimp.
I would consider that an enlightened objective under the emerging circumstances and worthy of evolutionary survival, adaptation, and some form of reproduction cloning, sexual, Transhumanist immortality, or otherwise. There will be more walled cities with those inside tuning out what happens outside.
Do I think humans can be ethical and compassionate? But we are also capable of dehumanizing the enemy in order to kill them. We come up with justifications for our behaviors. I do hope, however, more people listen to the Pope.Volatility in oil markets poses a risk for airlines.
An increase in crude oil prices lifts the industry’s largest input cost. But a price decrease, such as that experienced in the . Australia’s two major carriers— Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia Airlines—have eliminated fuel surcharges, although the effect on total ticket prices will be minimal.
Qantas will raise.
The global crude oil prices have jumped 37 per cent, crossing US $50 a barrel. Jet fuel constitutes over 40% of an airline’s operating cost and even a slightest increase in the ATF prices means drastic decrease in the company’s profitability.
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