Ads that people hate do not generate revenue. The whole model is fundamentally broken.
Somebody is trying to push his crappy product really hard. With Slashdot postings that are Ads. Pretty ironic.
That would, you know, require them to find something that actually benefits you. I do not think the advertising industry still has that skill. It seems to me they now rely fully on trying you to convince to buy products you do not need and (originally) did not want.
One can only hope that things will get better.
Quantum computing requires perfect scalability. Effects that are unmeasurable at 1 or 10 qbits can easily kill calculations with 100 qbits completely. As there are no entangled systems with 100 qbits, it is unclear whether such inaccuracies are there or not. Practical applications, incidentally, require likely 1000 entangled qbits and more.
So, no, "unmeasurable" at current entanglement numbers are meaningless to predict feasibility at higher numbers. And much higher numbers are needed before quantum computing offers any advantages. It is not even clear whether entanglement itself scales or runs into fundamental limitations at some point. The theory says it does not, but it is theory, not verified reality.
Indeed. Incidentally, a professional penetration-test does exactly that.
On the other hand, a check whether the result of the DB query matches an expected format is easy to do. Of course, real men do not verify assumptions. They just know.
Sounds very plausible.
Quantum computing is about where teleportation, strong AI, a perfect cure for cancer, etc. is, namely it is completely unclear whether it will ever work. All this bullshit about Quantum Computing is just that: Bullshit. We do not even know whether the physics allows it, all we know is that the current theory (which we know is incomplete and inaccurate) would allow it if it was accurate.
FPGA can also have backdoors.
Sigh... Coal is only useful for base load. The spool up time for coal is too slow for peaking.
Natural gas is ideal for peaking since you can use it in gas turbine plants for peaking since the spool up time is so fast.
I showed you references do you have any data at all to back up what you are saying?
France may or may not use natural gas for base load but many nations do since it is so cheap and clean.
I would say that the engineers in France are knowledgeable and I would also bet that they would agree with what I am saying. Too bad it is the political parties that want to cut nuclear.
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Since renewables only generate electricity we can ignore all none electrical sources as far as nuclear and renewables. Unless you want to count the tiny number of passive solar heating installations.
If you look at this graphic http://energytransition.de/fil...
You will see that France gets around 10% from hydro. You will also see that France still gets some power from coal which is baseload power is is ideal to replace with nuclear. The natural gas is probably split between base load and peaking load. Replacing the base load with nuclear is again a simple matter the peaking is a more difficult issue which is why I suggested that France should convert their hydro from a base load to a peaking source aka as pumped storage. The power stored would come from a combination of both renewables and nuclear.
As to your comment about where the majority of CO2 comes from do you have any sources?
My research shows that home heating in france is more often than not electrical heating. https://www.justlanded.com/eng...
Do you have any real data or just insults?