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I know, it sounds brash, but the statements pretty much sum up the situation. I would love a solution, just come back with one. At present, EV's present more problems than they solve (Economical, Infrastructure, Engineering, Safety....).
Let there be light, and BANG there it is. ( or the latest theory has a four dimensional universe creating ours through a Black Hole, fascinating )
I do not understand this war on ideas and thought from ANY party. The truth will come forward, just let it. If you are confident that your ides are sound, let it go forward for review by others. There seems to be too much wisdom in those old documents to simply ignore.
LOL, I remember McKesson (who seemed to assimilate any competition) had problems with product lines communicating with themselves.
Sort of growing tired of fines being thrown around for the Privacy portion of this $@# piece of paper, where is the Portability enforcement?
I was routing for the 68000 to be the next step, but when Apple announced that the MAC was going to be a closed system (Pay for the SDK) I, as did many, jumped ship to the PC's 8088.
That being said, a low power consumption (cool) CPU mixed with ECC RAM and a RAID 5 comprised of Enterprise disks will keep things up for years (or at least it has for myself and my clients). Power Supplies are an odd subject as I have not seen many failures, but some of my decade old ones are now losing caps.