Replying to undo moderation mouso.
There are new "arbitrary code execution" zero-days every week so this explanation doesn't cut it.
Just my thought. If it was possible to flash BIOS remotely via malware it would have been reported and we'd see a flood of BIOS updates.
Sorry, I wasn't sure and selected the wrong option without looking it up. English is my third language.
Police try to link everything to pedophiles or terrorists.
A woman's eggs were produced when she was a fetus, that's why you have epigenetic effects straight from the grandmother (who's nutrition determines the environment in the womb.)
There are some very good reasons for the GPL. I like it.
Adblocking and blackholing DNS names seems to work quite well. It's really rare for me to see an ad.
Yes it is a Linux issue - specifically that ZFS licensing is incompatible with the GPL so ZFS can't be integrated into the kernel.
I run btrfs on RAID6 (with weekly scrubbing) on a system with ECC RAM. That should reduce the incidence of bit rot to a negligeable level.
If it was integrated into the Linux kernel I'd use it. But with a chance that the next kernel update will make my FS driver unusable I won't touch it with a long pole.
So that leaves btrfs.
Yes! I want a FSM monument next to them.
Wind is cheaper than today's primitive and written-off nuclear plants and solar is getting there - let alone natural gas.
While I agree, notice that anybody who says "we can have a sustainable energy supply based on nuclear" says "we need to build several thousand new nuke plants." Now a more than tenfold expansion of nuclear power would mean a tenfold increase in accidents, that's why it's not going to happen.
Now the next queston would be what the cost of electricity produced with those designs would be.