...I'd be mildly impressed. But this is the typical case where a man makes a woman look strong. Nothing to see here, move along.
100% correct what you say. Nevertheless, masturbating is necessary from time to time. Far too often important technical decisions are made by business people without a clue. Presenting them with some nice power point presentations and impressing numbers might help. Linux on top? Then it must be good. One million flies cannot err. So we might get directly or indirectly another supporter of Linux.
People, who configured their ssh to listen to a non standard port, are aware of a problem and probably at least a bit more knowledgeable than the average user. So I'd expect better passwords and maybe other means of protection. Does it really pay to try higher ports in comparison to the higher effort?
...the following rule: If a porn movie is made, there is an investigation. If the investigation reveals that the women war forced in any way it is a life sentence for the producers. If the women voluntarily participated to make money they are mutilated in a way that no man can ever look into their faces again without throwing up. Sounds crazy? Not much crazier than what I hear from feminazis from time to time.
I hate the USA. And I am always extremely happy, when they manage to shoot themselves in the foot. The 'We the people' petition was introduced, which certainly was a nice thing to do. You needed 25000 votes to be heard. What happens? One of the first things idiotic Americans petition is to build a death star. As a direct result sensible petitions like changing this stupid unlocking law new need 100000 votes. Well done, Americans. I hope you don't get all the necessary votes. Thank your brain dead Star Wars fans.
You have to ask yourself: is it really worth developing an app that integrates with, or worse runs completely on Facebook's platform?"
If Facebook pays me: Sure.
And if you had three or four detectors in the whole country, how fast could you pinpoint the location of the EMP and react to it? The devices are added to track the felled trees on the transporting truck. So there is no real pressure to react fast. When you detect an EMP you have to be there before the truck and the tree is gone. I am really not convinced of this solution.
It's a technical solution, but IMHO a brittle one.
1) wingnut daily, really?
Just one result, which popped up when I googled for 'EMP device'. I heard more than once, that it isn't too difficult to build a small one. Might be a legend or not. If my multi million (billion?) business would depend on it, I'd seriously research it.
2) if true, setting up a few EMP detectors would provide real time info on where illegal loggers are operating
So now it is tracking devices AND EMP detectors? Somewhere deep inside the Brazilian rainforest? What possibly could go wrong.
Somewhere deep in a rainforest? Really?
BTW: How would one use an EMP without also frying the electronics in the trucks and bulldozers?
Setup EMP charge. Bulldozers wait outside 'blast range'. Clean area. Move bulldozers in. Profit.
Of course everything depends on how feasible such an EMP device really is. Probably some sort of cell phone jammer would be totally sufficient.
True. But the question is, how expensive is such an EMP device really? How much profit is in an illegally felled tree? The risk of being caught using such a device in a rainforest is probably pretty low. And I suppose felling, transporting and selling trees is nothing some 3rd rate would be criminal can easily do. It is a business, which probably has enough money and manpower to pull something like that trough. If there isn't even a cheaper methods to get around the tracking devices.
What makes RF weapons so dangerous is their compactness and ability to be powered by hand-carried energy sources. Experts say that their range of intensity is from 200 meters to 1,000 meters, or from some 656 feet to 3,281 feet.
You are kidding if you disregard the stupidity of the average sheeple.
Instant teleportation of information according to STR violates causality. Is this a really serious science?
For now it is math. Whether it is really relevant for real world physics is a totally different question.