now we have a power supply problem!
We are witnessing a major shift (or a major sh*t).
After years being educated to be mass consumers, we will be deprived of anything, even our Liberty.
Not really.There security vulnerabilities are by and large FUD, a coercion technique to get users on the latest code, which has numerous benefits to the software providers.
If the software worked as the post office: Your software update will start between 6:00 am and 18:00 pm keep your laptop on. You need to be home. We will reboot a few times to complete the process.Software providers don't need to use FUD to get users to get the latest code: they just have to add an auto-update feature and enable it by default.
Not for a few years though:Not chip shortage per se but interesting what we might expect to come of the impending copper shortage: https://hackaday.com/2021/09/30/the...e-aluminum-or-carbon-nanotubes-to-the-rescue/
Note that sun report is from March this year. Back then we did have a supply problem in getting the right vials to the right places in time.How does “sand shortage” fit with increasing desertification?
Even though deserts make up a third of the planet, desert sand is too smooth and round for use in construction, tech, or making glass.
Fair though it being the #TotalEclipseOfTheSun, I would need quite a bit of confirmation before believing their usual nonsense...Note that sun report is from March this year. Back then we did have a supply problem in getting the right vials to the right places in time.
In answer to your question, the report does state however:
@levi already replied to this.How does “sand shortage” fit with increasing desertification?
Start with the United Nations Report from a few years ago:I would need quite a bit confirmation before believing their usual nonsense...
My computer continuously asks me to update everything. It's not primarily about security fixes. No way. I'd take it further and say the new features probably introduce more vulnerabilities than are patched. Almost certainly.Not really.
There are security vulnerabilities, and some of them are pretty dangerous and exploitable by many actors, especially now that criminal organisations have added hacking/ransomware to their portfolio.
Software providers don't need to use FUD to get users to get the latest code: they just have to add an auto-update feature and enable it by default.
Looks like it’s still in the prototype/seeking regulatory approval stages but https://www.youfab.info/2018/winners/finite@levi already replied to this.
Start with the United Nations Report from a few years ago:
If you are not convinced, then economy reports:
A two-year-old United Nations report warned that the world needed to act to maintain its reserves of sand, with supplies already under pressure from extensive building programs. As construction activity continues after COVID-19, is the industry likely to see a shortage of one of the most...blog.bluebeam.comSand, a key raw material utilized in infrastructure, energy, and construction projects, is forecast to soon be in short supply. Demand for the critical commodity has tripled in the 21st century, and unsustainable mining efforts in unregulated portions of the industry are projected to damage the...mcalindenresearchpartners.com
There are large african coastal areas where they just took the whole beach... miles and miles of beach.... gone. Not pointing fingers, because I have no proof, but most likely: China, Singapore (people that sold the sand to these countries).