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Comment: Re:Which Invasion? (Score 2) 205

by Archwyrm (#47810611) Attached to: Kernel Developer Dmitry Monakhov Arrested For Protesting Ukraine Invasion
1000 soldiers is hardly an army. A battalion to brigade at best. 100 tanks are crewed by about 300 soldiers. So, if there are 1000 soldiers, then you have up to 700 available as support (this number would almost certainly include other types of combat troops such as motorized infantry). Furthermore, such a force would have up to 50000 km to disperse in as the current situation certainly does not call for concentrating in one place.

That means if there are 1000 additional Russian soldiers rolling around in Ukraine, then they would be very hard to pinpoint.

Comment: Re:Phones + 1 laptop. (Score 1) 260

by Archwyrm (#47760091) Attached to: How many devices are connected to your home Wi-Fi?

Of course if you own your own home, you can put in all the ethernet you want.

In theory, yes. In reality it means knocking lots of holes in the walls, drilling through floors, etc, etc.. That gets expensive / time consuming. The previous owners of my house had the thing (built 1890) wired with coax and it all runs on the outside of the house. I settled for running one CAT6 cable from my office on the 2nd floor to the basement. Otherwise I'm stuck with WiFi.

Comment: The truth of the matter (Score 1) 189

by Archwyrm (#47567875) Attached to: An Accidental Wikipedia Hoax
Nothing you read should ever be assumed to be true. It does not matter whether it is written on Wikipedia, on a dead tree, or some other website. Critical thinking and fact checking are paramount. Does it smell like BS? It probably is.[1]

[1] This statement was retrieved verbatim from a 6,000 year old marble tablet in the hills of Shangri La. So it must be true.

The world is not octal despite DEC.