...will be to give every user their own personal cloud housed in a box under their desk. At which point the cycle will begin again.
That sounds like a great idea! We can call it a Personal Cloud, or PC for short.
nonsense, human population growth will peak in 60 years
There's no way of knowing that for sure, but let's assume it's true for the sake of argument. You're presupposing that a decline in population growth will naturally result in a decrease in demand for natural resources, but that is not necessarily the case. As developing nations continue to develop, there will be an increased demand for natural resources even if the population of those nations remains stable.
you must think pregnant women will be one mile in diameter after two years
It's extremely small minded/short sighted of the worlds most famous physicist, to assume the current system will keep chugging along, with business as usual, for a THOUSAND more years. He should do a little historical research...
You're right. Given the historical precedent, I'd say mankind will probably find faster, more efficient ways to deplete the planet of its resources in well under a thousand years.
I was unable to verify my account and I get this when trying to re-register using the same e-mail address: "This e-mail address has already registered an account with Mega."
Scratch that. Even though attempting to verify the account gave an error saying that my password was incorrect, apparently it worked but took overnight to finish. I was unable to log in last night (could not find account), but this morning it works normally. This is stupid, but at least it works, I guess.
I had the same issue as OP and tried this. The site did not accept it as a valid e-mail address.
I haven't yet found a program which stopped working with newer java.
Up until last month, we still had to install Java 1.5 on some users' computers because their jobs required them to use a web application that would not work on Java 1.6 or newer. We neither develop nor host the application, so all we could do was keep installing the horribly outdated version of Java and wait for the application to be upgraded to work with Java 1.6.
I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. -- Oscar Wilde