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Hinge of History Thread Part 3

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I'm not gonna pretend I understand half of what they are talking about....Still

 

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July 29 2019

State of Emergency Declared over Malware, Cyberattacks on the Rise Louisiana declared a state of emergency after malware attacks. A new type of mobile malware that users are completely unaware of has infected approximately 25 million devices has recently been discovered. A security company is creating a blockchain for hackers to exploit vulnerabilities. Police in the Netherlands and the UK have put together a legal intervention campaign for first time youth cybercriminals.

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Ok now Im tackling the lower core support. It really wasnt that bad, but I already had a new support that I was going to use the top half on a friends Tx DPS, so why not right ?

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Ok now Im tackling the lower core support. It really wasnt that bad, but I already had a new support that I was going to use the top half on a friends Tx DPS, so why not right ?

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Water harvester makes it easy to quench your thirst in the desert

With water scarcity a growing problem worldwide, University of California, Berkeley, researchers are close to producing a microwave-sized water harvester that will allow you to pull all the water you need directly from the air — even in the hot, dry desert.

In a paper appearing this week in ACS Central Science, a journal of the American Chemical Society, UC Berkeley’s Omar Yaghi and his colleagues describe the latest version of their water harvester, which can pull more than five cups of water (1.3 liters) from low-humidity air per day for each kilogram (2.2 pounds) of water-absorbing material, a very porous substance called a metal-organic framework, or MOF. That is more than the minimum required to stay alive.

During field tests over three days in California’s arid Mojave Desert, the harvester reliably produced 0.7 liters per kilogram of absorber per day — nearly three cups of clean, pure H2O. That’s 10 times better than the previous version of the harvester. The harvester cycles 24/7, powered by solar panels and a battery.:snip:

 

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