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Why Conchita Wurst could be the reason for the 3rd World War - a little later than 1984

from the Orwellian playbook


read me right: 1984 was written in 1949 and i fear – it is a concept that is appealing to Trump AND Putin and any other secret hidden power elite – that plans on “leading from behind” and “stay in power no matter who is elected”.

it’s concept is simple: exploitation of the poorer and poorer masses and blame it on someone else – an fabricated “enemy” painted in horrifying colors.

The whole 9-11 “all muslims are terrorist” scheme falls in this category – and EVEN CHINA is now copying it!

Why does Israel NOT want peace with Palestina?

Because they need to fan the hatered – they need to keep the enemy alive – to exploit their own people.

if there was one word to describe capitalism – it is exploitation.

if there was one word to describe tyranny – it is exploitation.

if there was one word to describe dictatorship – it is exploitation.

if there was one word to describe slavery – it is exploitation.

1984 scenario: the constant warfare scheme


The Enemy of the East – is of course – the degenerated, arrogant, decadent, gay (New York) Nazi (Germany dominated Europe) West.




The Enemy of the West – at least for USA Washington – is of course the not-so-communist-but-still-evil “Soviets” Russia, Iran and maybe even China? (whoever challenges their power and monopoly on oil and dollars).

Schwarzenegger “USA is not only Washington” – yes but the lawmakers are in Washington.

The Orthodox Christians – of Ukraine and Russia and other countries are very united in the idea – that “The West” is – either gay or Nazi or both (SA/Stormtroopers were in fact gay Nazis)

UNFORTUNATELY the longing for a feeling of importance makes people like Thomas „Tom“ Neuwirth (* 6. November 1988 in Austria, Gmunden) come up with such ideas as to dress up as a Transvestite – call himself – “Mrs/Mr Wurst” and call this “Art”.

Putin attacks Eurovision drag artist Conchita for putting her lifestyle ‘up for show’

WURST IS NO FUCKIN’ ART!


IT IS THE PSYCHE OF A NEGLECTED CHILD – HIS LONGING “TO BE SEEN” “TO BE IN THE MEDIA” “TO GET ATTENTION” “TO GET A FEELING OF IMPORTANCE” that makes this perfect example for Putin to show it to his people and say “see how decadent and gay Austria is?”

“It is especially the beard a tool for me to polarize and get attention…” „Vor allem der Bart ist ein Mittel für mich, zu polarisieren, auf mich aufmerksam zu machen…”

Quote: Thomas „Tom“ Neuwirth, September 2013

As if it would be something good to polarize – IT IS NOT – Trump is SPLITTING his own country in half by being a “polarizing” asshole.

Nobody calls publicly displayed mental illness “art” – rather a visible symptom of a sick society that was unable to prevent it – or even welcomed it – in order to create hate, discord and war.

“German chancellor raises reports of torture and persecution of gay men during joint press conference with Russian president” (src)

If you NEED to put a Dildo up your ass to be happy – please do it in quiet and NOT STANDING ON THE MARKET SQUARE, BECAUSE YOU ARE LACKING ATTENTION OF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR FRIENDS! THANK YOU!

So the “Wurst” “Art” is playing directly in the Orwellian hands of Putin and indircetly in the Orwellian hands of Trump or people behind Trump/USA/Washington.

The picture Putin paints of the “West” is 1. evil 2. gay 3. Nazis – so all Orthodox and all Russians know who is to blame if they are suffering of poverty and hunger – so much that they are happy to join the army – to escape poverty – even if they get killed at some useless war running low on ammunition.

evil leaders: even psychopaths want to be loved


the leaders are evil psychopaths – they would not blink an eye to sacrifice their family – if they can stay in power a second longer.

it has happened – and it will happen again.

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Francisco Solano López Carrillo (24 July 1827 – 1 March 1870) was President of Paraguay from 1862 until his death in 1870 – he was unable to prevent war against 3 powers (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay) surrounding this strategically very central Paraguay.

Same as Hitler, Stalin, Napoleon and other power addicted males – his wife realized that this war could not be won and begged him to give up – he had her whipped.

He was willing to sacrificed the last man and woman and child and even his own family – to stay in power.

You have to expect that your leader – is such a leader.

It comes from the psychology of importance.

Everyone wants to feel important.

A leader without a country – feels unimportant (even if he is the worst leader in history) – so he tries to keep hold of it – no matter how many lifes are lost.

A CEO without a company – feels unimportant (even if he is the worst CEO in history) – so he tries to keep hold of it – no matter if the company needs to close down afterwards.

A worker without a job – feels unimportant (even if it’s maybe better for the climate if he does not drive 100km to and from work every day) – so he desperately tries to find a job – no matter if it kills the climate.

People like “Thomas Wurst” – feel unimportant if not a thousand cameras are focusing on him and do whatever it takes to get the media attention – even if that means massive amounts of HATE by people that are not so tolerant.

The feeling of importance is important to the human psyche: This info i learned from – Dale Carnegie (1936) – the name alone says – this is no vegetarian X-D (Carne means meat in Spanish) – but a poor farmer’s son – that fought bitterly to get out of poverty.

“Carnegie said he had to get up at 3 a.m. to feed the pigs and milk his parents’ cows before going to school.”

We all need a feeling of importance – otherwise our existing feels meaningless – our lifes worthless – the people surrounding us make us feel insignificant – at worst – not worth being loved?

Everyone even psychopaths – want to be loved.

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Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/12/11/why-conchita-wurst-could-be-the-reason-for-the-3rd-world-war-a-little-later-than-1984/
Why Conchita Wurst could be the reason for the 3rd World War – a little later than 1984

 

IPFS, The Interplanetary File System, Simply Explained


The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), is an idea to make the Internet completely distributed. Transforming the Internet into a Peer to Peer network.
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The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) has a goal to create a distributed Web. A peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open.

2 ‘Central’ Problems

Centralization poses a couple of main issues. The first is when you have a central company that controls a lot of data, what happens if access to those servers is not possible? A central company that controls servers that store a lot of valuable and useful data becomes a single point of failure. This failure could be due to an attack, or something as simple as a server that is offline.

The second issue with storing data in a central location is censorship. When large majorities of data are hosted on a few main servers it is easier for Governments to block access to them. In 2017, residents of Turkey were blocked from accessing Wikipedia.com. The Turkish government banned the website calling it, “A National Security Threat”. This also happened in Egypt in January 2011, when the Government cut off Internet and Cell Phone access for over 95% of its citizens.

Why Do We Use a Flawed System?

The real reason we continue to accept this model is that we have become spoiled with regard to our internet access. We want web pages to load in milliseconds, images and videos to appear without lag, and of course, this all has to be in the highest HD or 4K quality. Centralizing servers gives companies complete control over how fast they can deliver this content, and charge accordingly for it. Another reason that we continue with this method is that there really is not a good alternative.

IPFS → The Good Alternative

The InterPlanetary File System (also known as IPFS), is an idea to make the Internet completely distributed. The concept transforms the traditional ‘HTTP’ internet into a Peer to Peer network, similar to how BitTorrent works.

Juan Benet is the creator of IPFS and the Founder of Protocol Labs. Protocol Labs is a tech research and development lab that is responsible for IPFS, they have also developed Filecoin & IPLD (and others). Benet studied Computer Science at Stanford University and is pretty much obsessed with anything to do with Knowledge, Science, and Technology.

[1]interplanetary file system ipfs simply explained file coin bitcoin juan benet

Juan Benets’ original goal was not to necessarily create IPFS when he crafted the concept. What he was looking to do was find an efficient way to move scientific data sets, meaning data that could be 10-100+ GB in size. IPFS was designed to look like what would happen if Git and BitTorrent had a baby together. BitTorrent gives you the ability to move large files across a network rather quickly, and Git gives you the built-in versioning for data.

[2]interplanetary file system ipfs simply explained file coin bitcoin ipfs

After creating this protocol, Benet soon realized that the implications were much larger than just moving large data sets. He had actually created a protocol which could replace other popular protocols in place for how we access information via the web today.

Where did the name InterPlanetary File System Come From?

When they came up with the naming of the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), the idea was to pay a bit of an homage to how the Internet got its name. JCR Licklider, who is the creator of the Arpanet (the predecessor to the internet), had a goal to create an Intergalactic Network. Thus the Internet is really short for Intergalactic Network. InterPlanetary takes a little bit of that same naming convention, additionally, IPFS aims to be the File System (FS) for Internet Protocol (IP). When you put them together you have IPFS, the internet file system.

I will dive into and explain how IPFS works as a filing system. But first, it is important to understand how we access files from the web today.

When you want to download an image from the internet you tell your computer exactly where to find the image that you are requesting. This location is normally in the form of a URL that contains the domain name of the company that is storing the photo, this is followed by an extension that specifies what the file is. An example request for this blog post would look like this: https://achainofblocks.com/ipfs-simple-guide.jpg. This method for accessing resources is called “Location Based Addressing”, you tell the computer the Location where they can Access the information and the computer retrieves the information. The one problem with this method is if the location is not accessible (maybe the server is offline) then the users’ computer cannot retrieve the information that they need.

[3]InterPlanetary File System IPFS Location Based Addressing HTTP

Server Down, We’re All Down

With location-based addressing when a server goes down, everything contained within that server is not accessible over the internet. However, when a server goes down there is a high probability that another user has downloaded that image, and is storing it locally on their computer. But even if another computer does have this file, your computer is not able to connect with the other computer in possession to transport the file.

All About the Content

To help address this issue, IPFS introduces the concept of “Content-Based Addressing”. With content-based addressing when requesting a specific resource you do not need to specify the location, you only need to specify what you want.

Every file has a unique hash, which can be thought of as the fingerprint or identification of the file. When you want to access a specific file, you simply ask the network who has a copy of the file with the specified hash. Once the request is made, someone on the IPFS network will provide the resource that you have requested. You will download that resource, and a copy will be saved to you IPFS cache. Now when another person comes and requests the same file, you will be able to provide it to them. This creates a system that speeds as it is used more because the more files that are shared the more readily available they are amongst a large group of nodes.

Change is Good…

At this point, my guess is that you have the same question I did right about now. How do I know that the person or node that is providing me with the file hasn’t tampered with it in some way? Because you use a hash function to retrieve the file, you can verify what you have received. Changing the hash of a file would be equally as difficult as changing a transaction in the blockchain. A request is made for a file that has a specific hash, so when the file is received you make sure that the hash matches the request. This is the same method you would use for validating your Amazon purchase. If you ordered Green Socks, and Red Socks show up you would reject them and wait for your Green Socks to show up.

Another feature of IPFS is deduplication, this means when multiple users post the same file it is only created one time on the network. This is something that helps to make the network more efficient.

How IPFS Really Works

Now you have the basics of how IPFS compares to today’s traditional methods, let’s dive a little deeper into how IPFS actually stores data and makes it accessible to users.

In IPFS, files are stored in IPFS objects, and each Object can store 256 kb of data. An Object can also contain a Link to another IPFS object, linking is what makes it possible to store data that is larger than 256 kb. For example, if you upload just a small text file, then one 256 kb object should be adequate for your small amount of text.

[4]InterPlanetary File System IPFS Content Based Addressing Data object

However, if you are storing a picture, this would be broken up into multiple objects that are each a maximum of 256 kb. The IPFS system will then create an Empty Object that would link to all the objects that make up that picture.

[5]InterPlanetary File System IPFS Content Based Addressing Data object JPG

This architecture is very simple, but it is also very powerful, the architecture is what truly enables IPFS to be used as a file system. If you take a look at the simple file directory structure below, I’ll explain how this could be translated to an IPFS structure:

[6]Interplanetary File System IPFS Simple File Structure

This could be translated to IPFS by creating 1 Object for each File and each Folder/Directory, then link the files to the specified directories. However, it gets even better when you take into account the fact that IPFS uses Content-Based Addressing. This means that files that are added are immutable, they can never be changed, very much like a blockchain. This means you can be assured that the resource you are accessing is the correct data, and has never been altered.

[7]InterPlanetary File System IPFS Content Based Addressing Data object File System

How Can I Update My Data?

IPFS supports file Versioning, this works similarly to how Git works as an open source code repository. For example, you are working on a text file called, ‘Important Document – v1.doc’, and you want to share this document with people using IFPS. When you add this file to IPFS, what happens behind the scenes is, IPFS will create a new Commit Object. This Object is very basic, all it does is tell IPFS which Commit preceded this one and it links to the IPFS Object associated with the File, ‘Important Document – v1.doc’.

[8]InterPlanetary File System IPFS Content Based Addressing Data object commit object

Now let’s imagine some time has gone by and your ‘Important Document.doc’ needs a revision. This is done by simply adding the new file to IPFS ‘Important Document – v2.doc’, the software will create a new Commit Object for the updated file (same as the original process). This Commit Object now links to the previous Committed Object, the first Commit serving as the Parent Object. This process can be repeated endlessly, creating a linked chain of versions of the same data all referencing the entire chain. IPFS makes sure that your file along with the entire file versioning history is accessible to all other nodes on the network.

[9]InterPlanetary File System IPFS Content Based Addressing Data object commit object versioning

No System is Perfect

So far we have discussed many of the useful features and key concepts of the InterPlanetary File System. However, all protocols have limitation and drawbacks. As you might imagine, the biggest problem that IPFS currently faces is keeping the files available. Every node on the network keeps a cache of the files that they have downloaded and helps to make them available as other users need them. However, in a simple situation, if a Document is hosted by 4 nodes and they all go offline that document is no longer accessible.

There are a couple of ways to tackle the problem above. One way is to incentivize nodes to stay online and keep the files available to the community. A reward for storage space that you can commit to the network, this would ensure that files have a high likelihood of being available when needed. The other way is to proactively distribute files throughout the network, making sure there are always enough copies online at any given time. You can think of this like redundancy on a massive scale.

Filecoin

This issue is the exact issue that Filecoin is aiming to solve. Filecoin was created by the same group that founded IPFS. Filecoin is a blockchain that is built on top of IPFS with the goal of creating a decentralized market for storage. What that means is that users that have extra storage available on their hard drive can rent it out for use as IPFS storage and make some money off it in the process. You can think of Filecoin as a similar service to Airbnb, instead of renting out the available space in your house, you rent out the space available on your computer for storage. Filecoin creates an incentive for nodes to keep the data online and retain for as long as possible. In addition to an incentive, which keeps the nodes online, it also replicates the data across many nodes making it highly available and easily accessible (even if a few nodes are offline). Filecoin and IPFS have the same goal and that is to be Offline First, meaning they are constantly striving to make a better experience without needing to make a call to a server to access resources.

This is a very high-level quick summary of Filecoin. I will go deeper into Filecoin, along with some of the other great projects from Protocol labs in future articles.

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InterPlanetary Linked Data (IPLD)

According to [11]https://ipld.io:

“IPLD is the data model of the content-addressable web. It allows us to treat all hash-linked data structures as subsets of a unified information space, unifying all data models that link data with hashes as instances of IPLD.”

What this means is that IPLD aims to be a data model for interoperable protocols. There are many use cases for this type of technology. This gives the ability to have Smart Contracts that run on IPFS. The point is that IPLD provides libraries that make the underlying data interoperable across tools and across protocols.

IPLD and Filecoin are both very involved projects that will require their own dedicated articles to fully understand.

Additional Thoughts

I hope it is obvious from reading this article that the IPFS is a very ambitious project. The majority of early projects with a focus on decentralization have been largely about the currency and financial aspect. IPFS is really about building a better way to share data. There have been challenges to HTTP before. However, IPFS is clearly the most established and regarded as a system that could see mass adoption in the coming years. By no means am I insinuating that HTTP is going away, Juan Benet himself admits that HTTP is a great protocol that is still very useful. However, it is a protocol that is over 25 years old, and as IPFS continues to grow in adoption the use cases will expand along with the technology. It is very likely that we will have a situation where we are using both protocols together until IPFS eventually takes over. Very similar to how we still use FTP today in much more specific capacity.
At the time of writing this article:

Bitcoin = $6,500

Ethereum = $220

Filecoin = $5.15

Bitcoin Dominance = 52.1%

References:

[12]https://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/29/technology/internet/29cutoff.html

[13]https://gateway.ipfs.io/ipfs/QmY9QujtSgeiqic18CrmUGt5VqVvyr26WkuXCZTW65txX8/juan-benet.headshots-and-bio/

[14]https://ipfs.io/

[15]https://blockonomi.com/interplanetary-file-system/

[16]https://ipld.io/

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Landmark #5G Criminal Trial, "It's a #Weapon #System", MI6 Concerned

#SarahWestall - Business Game Changers Radio

 
Wer wird Millionär

An meinen intellektuellen Freund ohne Geld:

… ich befürchte Du hast recht.

1. die Wahrscheinlichkeit Millionär zu sein, wenn man als Sohn eines Milliardärs geboren wird ist um einiges höher, als wenn man als Sohn eines Hartz4-Empfängers geboren wird.

2. die Wahrscheinlichkeit Millionär zu werden, ist bedeutend höher, wenn man Vitamin B hat bzw. jemand kennt der jemand kennt der einen Finanz-Minister ernennen muss/will d.h. wenn man in einem “Club” einem “Zirkel” “Partei” wie CDU/CSU oder Studentenvereinigungen wie Skull and Bones (George H.W. Bush) Yale University.

George W. Bush and John F. Kerry, both Presidential Candidates for the 2004 Presidential Election, belonged to this Secret Society. The number “322” appears in Skull and Bones’ insignia.

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oder oder oder … als wenn man kein Vitamin B hat und nur versucht durch seine Leistungen zu brillieren.

Wobei man natürlich dazu sagen muss die Kombination aus:

1. Workoholismus (übertrieben fleißig, alles und jeden für die Karriere “opfern” / “vernachlässigen” egal ob Haustier oder Freundin oder Freund)

2. eine Frau mit Immobilien (Immobilien-Geld-Adel) heiraten.

3. Skull und Bones oder Free Maisons beitreten (kann man nicht aktiv, die kommen auf einen zu)

die perfekte Kombination wäre um im Kapitalismus erfolgreich zu sein.

Mehr zu Skull and Bones:


In the 2004 U.S. Presidential election, both the Democratic and Republican nominees were alumni. George W. Bush wrote in his autobiography, “[In my] senior year I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society; so secret, I can’t say anything more.”[21] When asked what it meant that he and Bush were both Bonesmen, former Presidential candidate John Kerry said, “Not much, because it’s a secret.”[22][23]

Among prominent alumni are former President and Chief Justice William Howard Taft (a founder’s son); former Presidents and father and son George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush; Chauncey Depew, president of the New York Central Railroad System, and a United States Senator from New York; Supreme Court Justices Morrison R. Waite and Potter Stewart;[19]James Jesus Angleton, “mother of the Central Intelligence Agency“; Henry Stimson, U.S. Secretary of War (1940-1945); Robert A. Lovett, U.S. Secretary of Defense (1951-1953); William B. Washburn, Governor of Massachusetts; and Henry Luce, founder and publisher of Time, Life, Fortune, and Sports Illustrated magazines.[_citation needed_]

John Kerry, former U.S. Secretary of State and former U.S. Senator; Stephen A. Schwarzman, founder of Blackstone Group; Austan Goolsbee,[20] Chairman of Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers; Harold Stanley, co-founder of Morgan Stanley; and Frederick W. Smith, founder of FedEx, are all reported to be members.

(src)

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Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/12/08/wer-wird-millionar/
Wer wird Millionär

 
- #Hyperbola is #officially #accepted by #FSF as a #Free #System #Distribution
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Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre is a modified version of the GNU operating system along with the Linux-libre kernel distributed by Hyperbola Project. We are now listed by the Free Software Foundation as meeting their guidelines for a fully free software OS.
https://www.hyperbola.info/news/hyperbola-is-officially-accepted-by-fsf-as-a-free-system-distribution/

 
70000 police can not stop Yellow West protests in France - Liberté, Fraternité, Austerité?





how did it all begin?


the “trade union” EU was started by coal and steel companies – partly as a peace project (because the one who controlled steel and coal could build and ship more weapons) – partly as a free trade project (money, money, money).

in 2018 the EU feels like a abstract monster living in abstract Brussel – far away from the people it makes laws for.

The EU has democratic deficits in it’s construction – only a small amount of people can propose laws – the parliament (750 people) can not propose laws – only veto them – the 28 people of the european commission (EC) actually have all the power – “it alone has legislative initiative in the EU” (src)

PresidentJean-Claude JunckerFirst Vice
President
Frans TimmermansVice Presidents- Federica Mogherini
- Jyrki Katainen
- Valdis Dombrovskis
- Andrus Ansip
- Maroš Šefčovič

It feels like a money-controlled Union – and via money and debt it was how self appointed power greedy “elites” tried to hold the construct together – to be used as a powerful geo-economic trade weapon against whoever threatens the “elites” power.

how the euro currency came into existance


after the collapse of the soviet union – the DDR (East-Germany) wanted to unite with West-Germany again (1989, fall berlin wall).

But Mitterrand (President of France at this time) feared that Germany – again – could become too powerful – and yes there are power-addicted politicians in every country also in Germany – so he accepted German unification of East and West only – if Germany would abandon the “Deutsche Mark” and France and Germany would share the same currency – the “Euro” currency – with one cental bank in Frankfurt (why in Frankfurt? Why not in Brussels?) to rule them all – was born.

Kohl (at this time Chancellor of Germany) accepted the – unofficial – deal.

lured into catastrophe – leading with fear?


“In 1977, Francois Mitterrand, then the leading opposition politician in France, told the magazine Nouvel Observateur:One has to be careful not to turn the common market into a mere free trade zone. Neither Greece nor Spain are in a position to join the Community.” (src)

And Mitterrand was right – Greece WAS not ready to join – but Goldman Sachs helped to fake the balance sheet of the country to make it look like it as – we all know how it ended with severe austerity that let to poverty and suicide and gave rise unemployment – protests – right wing populism in Greece.

“Everyone dances as long as the money-music plays – if the money-music stops (no credits/loans are given out anymore) – the party stops”

Who is the troika?


European Commission (EC), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

But this time – the way back – Grexit – regaining the right to print their own “Drachma” money

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seems harder and Mr Varoufakis (the then Finance Minister of Greece) fears the market could speculate against Greece if they would plan to get their national currency back. (!? not 100% sure how this is supposed to work but okay)




“Another shameful distortion of what I said (evident to anyone who actually reads the article. My line “we must be prepared for Grexit in order to fend off Grexit” was presented as “Greece must ditch the euro”. Trump has nothing on you when it comes to wilful distortion”

An interesting fact: Long serving Ex-Minister of Finance of Germany Scheuble spoke with Varoufakis and told him – Greece is made an austerity-example to put pressure on France – to pass whatever law – banks love?

Scheuble: “i needs the troika in Paris”


Macron – now seems to feel the pressure of those financiers – and out of fear to become like Greece – follows the neoliberal orders and imposes more and more austerity / exploitation on the French people – knowingly – that it did not work for the Greek economy – and it will NOT work for the French economy.

it used to be called theft – now it is called reform


they say: you can’t have a better life – there is not enough money for everybody – but there is always enough money to save the financial system when private banks are about to collapse.

it is simpled printed by the ECB and lend out to those banks for 0%.

That is how capitalism works: Exploitation


But as everybody knows – the French Revolution started in France.

Macron was educated at elite-academy École Nationale d’Administration (ENA), and served 4 years as Investment banker for Rothschild & Cie Banque.

In 2014 he attended the Bilderberg-conference.

So you can tell there is something fishy going on – and he is NOT with the people – but with financial criminals.

https://twitter.com/yanisvaroufakis

all the more or less corrupt members of the European Commission 2018

Former Commissioners

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Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/12/06/70000-police-can-not-stop-yellow-west-protests-in-france-liberte-fraternite-austerite/
70000 police can not stop Yellow West protests in France – Liberté, Fraternité, Austerité?

 

U.S. Secret Service testing facial recognition system outside White House


Bild/Foto

#department of homeland security #dhs #facial #facial recognition #house #oan newsroom #outside #recognition #secret #secret service #service #system #testing #u.s. secret service #white #white house
U.S. Secret Service testing facial recognition system outside White House

 

Using D to Create the World’s Fastest File System


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18606127
Posted by aldacron (karma: 35)
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\#HackerNews #create #fastest #file #system #the #using #worlds
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Aktien und Fonds als private Altersvorsorge




eines ist klar… der Fond-Manager/Zwischenhändler kriegt IMMER seine %PROZENTE% (Depot-Gebühren)

EGAL ob DEIN FOND gerade steigt oder fällt!

QUASI EIN LEISTUNGSFREIES EINKOMMEN VON FOND MANAGERN!

Meiner Meinung nach sollte man Gold-Sparen und nur das Geld was man sonst in’s Casino tragen würde in die Börse stecken.

Wenn’s weg ist – ist es weg.

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #merz #cdu #csu #rente #privat #finanzmarkt
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/12/04/aktien-und-fonds-als-private-altersvorsorge/
Aktien und Fonds als private Altersvorsorge

 
Next #Generation #Paper #Recycling #System



Epson PaperLab transforms old paper into new with an innovative water-free process.
https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=CApFaI4aqS8

 
#AlanWatt (Dec 2, 2018) The #System shows Symptoms of Decay and #Decline

#debess

 
Does anyone know how to swap out the chrome browser as the default android system webview to another browser like Firefox or something like that?
Thanks in advance.

#android #system #webview #Firefox #chrome #browser #privacy

 

Klasse gegen Klasse: Der Markt entzieht uns das Recht auf Wohnen - entziehen wir die Wohnungen dem Markt!


Der kapitalistisch organisierte Wohnungsmarkt ist nicht in der Lage, die Bevölkerung mit bezahlbaren Wohnungen zu versorgen. Welche Forderungen sind notwendig, um das Recht auf Wohnen zu erfüllen? Ein Diskussionsbeitrag zur „Recht auf Stadt-AG“ der interventionistischen Linken Berlin.

Nachdem der wissenschaftliche Beirat des Wirtschaftsministeriums als Antwort auf die Wohnungsnot eine Entfesselung des Marktes gefordert hat, folgte im September ein Gipfel im Kanzleramt. Die Wohnungsfrage wird zur Chefsache. Angela Merkel möchte „große Kraftanstrengungen“ unternehmen, um mehr Wohnraum zu schaffen...

Tags: #de #deutschland #wohnen #wohnungen #miete #wohnraum #leben #kapitalismus #gier #markt #staat #system #klasse-gegen-klasse #2018-11-27 #2018-11-29
Der Markt entzieht uns das Recht auf Wohnen – entziehen wir die Wohnungen dem Markt!

 
- #MIT #Develops a #Powerless #Cooling #System That Actually #Works


The innovation described as a high-tech version of a parasol could provide cooling of as much as 20 degrees Celsius (36 degrees Fahrenheit) in off-grid locations.
https://interestingengineering.com/mit-develops-a-powerless-cooling-system-that-actually-works

 
das Ende der Produktivitätssteigerung

“Roboter und Vernetzung sollen die Wirtschaft produktiver machen. Ausgerechnet in den Fabriken der Maschinenbauer funktioniert das aber noch nicht. Wie kann das sein?”,”articleBody”:”Die Fabrik der Zukunft ist menschenleer. In rasantem Tempo montieren Roboterarme Autos, Smartphones und Maschinen. 3D-Drucker füttern die Produktionslinien mit Bauteilen, und weil alles vernetzt ist, gibt es nur noch ein paar menschliche Aufpasser, die notfalls eingreifen. Unter dem Strich stehen viele entlassene Arbeiter – aber auch ein atemberaubendes Produktivitätswachstum, das Wohlstand in Hülle und Fülle für alle ermöglicht. So versprechen es Unternehmer, Berater und Forscher seit vielen Jahren. Und seit vielen Jahren können sie nicht erklären, warum die deutsche Wirtschaft trotz all dieser technischen Innovationen kaum noch produktiver wird. Ging es in den Jahren 1996 bis 2006 noch jährlich um 1,7 Prozent voran, so wuchs die Produktivität in den zehn Jahren danach im Schnitt nur noch 0,7 Prozent.”

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/diginomics/digitalisierung-erhoeht-die-produktivitaet-nicht-15837773.html

ja sowas aber auch.

Evtl. weil man immer mehr Geld für IT-Sicherheit ausgeben muss, damit die chinesischen Hacker nicht in’s Netzwerk kommen?

Evtl. weil man IT-Systeme auch warten muss und vor allem Microsoft einen Update-Zwang verursacht?

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #funfacts #efficiency #wirtschaft #effizienz
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/28/das-ende-der-produktivitatssteigerung/
das Ende der Produktivitätssteigerung

 

What a Real Train System Looks Like (2009)


What A Real Train System Looks Like December 27, 2009 For most Americans, the only image they have of passenger rail systems, and subways in particular, are Amtrak, the New York Metro, the San…
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What A Real Train System Looks Like
December 27, 2009

For most Americans, the only image they have of passenger rail systems, and subways in particular, are Amtrak, the New York Metro, the San Francisco BART, and maybe some of that sorry crap in Chicago.

Not a very inspiring bunch.

However, most of the rest of the developed world has quite wonderful subways and trains. They are clean, efficient, cheap, run on time, have as many as 20 or even 25 trains an hour (one every three minutes) during peak periods, and everybody from all income levels uses them. This is not a utopian fantasy, it is normal life for most people — which they take for granted along with other modern conveniences like clean running water and working sewage systems.

If you haven’t used a real subway, that runs at least ten trains an hour all day, on time, then you probably don’t know what it’s like. It is like electricity. It’s just there, and it works. At ten trains an hour, there is a train every six minutes. You don’t have to look at a schedule, you just show up and, within an average of three minutes, you get on the train.

Here are some shots of nicer subway stations from around the world:

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T-Centralen Station, Stockholm.

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Westfriedhof Station, Stockholm.

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Candidplatz Station, Munich.

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Georg-Brauchle Ring Station, Munich.

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Bilbao Metro.

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Iidabashi Station, Tokyo.

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Komsomolskaya Station, Moscow.

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Komsomolskaya Station, Moscow.

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Museum Station, Toronto.

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Drassanes Station, Barcelona.

I like Komsomolskaya Station best, followed by Iidabashi Station.

However, subways are not really something to fetishize about. It should just work, like the plumbing. It is not necessary to be so decorative. Just clean and functional is fine — unlike New York Metro subways, which are dirty and dysfunctional, and about as much fun as dirty and dysfunctional plumbing. The real advantage of good subways is not that we can oooh and ahhh about the station decor, but rather that it gets us to Point B efficiently, and enables us to live in a Traditional City without a car. In other words, a subway allows us to have a really fabulous destination, and a fabulous lifestyle in many ways.

Trains and Traditional Cities go together. You can’t have one without the other. You can try, but you will fail. A train system in Suburban Hell is almost useless, because you have to drive to and from the train station. A Traditional City without a train is impossible, because you will need lots and lots of parking. (Exceptions can be made for small towns near a train station, where you can literally walk everywhere in town, and which could be served by a bus that goes to the station.)

Bicycles, electric cars, scooters, Segways, whatever: not gonna work. You can have these things in addition to a good train system, but not as an alternative. What you’ll find out is that, if the train system is good, you don’t need all this other stuff anyway.

These days, it’s easy to make subway systems because we have amazing tunneling machines, which will bore a train-sized hole like a giant rock-eating worm.

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So, no excuses.

Now, let’s add some high-speed rail. This is the way to get from one subway/city train system to another, within about a 500 mile radius.

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The original 1960s “bullet train” (the Japanese name is the “New Trunk Line” or shinkansen).

Things have moved on a bit since then.

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Pretty much all the major cities outside of Hokkaido are covered.

There is of course a regular normal-speed train system as well, which covers the smaller cities and towns.

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The French TGVs are not quite so sexy, but still do the trick.

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This is the map of France’s TGV system. You can get about anywhere you want to go at 200+ kph.

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This train map of France includes the regular-speed trains as well.

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This is a map of train lines in the JR East system, which covers the eastern half of Japan. The shinkansen (high speed) trains are the green-and-white lines.

The small grey lines are not roads, they are regular intercity train lines, each with many, many stations which could not all fit in this map.

This train system is all electric. You can run it on nuclear, hydropower, solar, wind, coal, natural gas, biomass or whatever.

This area is extremely mountainous. The large blank areas represent mountain ranges.

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This is a map of all the trains in the greater Tokyo area. I’ve shown it before. Click on it for the full-size image.
When a new window opens, you will have to click again to see it at 100% size.

Since this map was made, a few more train lines have been added. Also, this is a “schematic” map. Where there are a bunch of train stations that are “close together,” that doesn’t mean they are physically close together. It was something they did to fit it all in one map.

As you can see, you can get to and from about anywhere via the train. One reason for this is that — naturally — all the important stuff is near the train station. If you are a business or store, you want to be where it is easy for your workers and customers to get to. Residences too are better off when they are within a 15 minute walk of the station.

Sometimes you run into discussions on the Internet and elsewhere about how wonderful the Washington DC subway is, and how this should be a model for the future. These people also like to talk about Portland, Oregon a lot. This is so pathetic I don’t know what to say. It is like watching people bang on pots with spoons and talk about what great music they are making. If you run into these people, please ignore them completely. Not only are they utterly lost, they also seem to have no capacity for learning. If you have read this far, you already know more than they do.

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This is the train map for Washington DC. As you can see, it is an irrelevant little fart of a train system.

It is much better than nothing at all. But, it is hardly a good representation of what is possible. Getting excited about this is like getting excited about someone who stops pooping in their own pants and learns how to use a toilet. Which is fine for a three-year-old, but not so much for someone with a graduate degree in Urban Studies, which most of these people have.

I should mention also the normal-speed, above-ground train lines that are the bread and butter of a real train system, once you get out of the central urban area which is served by a subway.

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The familiar orange cars of the Chuo Line, Tokyo. One of Japan’s oldest train lines, along with the Tokaido Line.

Not very sexy, but it is clean, on time, runs a zillion trains a day, and works great. Like your plumbing system. It does exactly what it is supposed to with no problems whatsoever.

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Nice train with nice people.

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Platform of a typical station.

So, now we have all the elements of a proper train system — the kind of system that you can ride all over the country, and never once wish you had a car instead. Once you have a system like this, cars become completely unnecessary.

The next element in our train system is the proper integration of the train within the city. This is another point at which the typical U.S. solution is a total disaster.

The typical U.S. solution is to surround the train station with acres and acres of free parking.

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This is Westport Station on the New Haven line, east of New York City. My old train station. This photo is about 800 meters across.

See the free parking everywhere? (In this case, it’s not actually free.)

Even if you did work up the courage to cross that burning plain of asphalt, there isn’t anything to walk to. Obviously, you need a car.

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This is the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU station, part of the Washington DC train system. This photo is 800 meters across.

It is a perfect example of WHAT NOT TO DO. The train station is in the middle of the interstate, and surrounded by square miles of parking and Green Space and mega-roadways. There is no Place to go to. The first thing you think when you step off the train is: “Damn, I need a car!”

[30]October 10, 2009: Place and Non-Place

There are 157 acres of land in this photo. When you step off the train, you have immediate walking access to 157 acres of nothing. There’s no There there!

The better solution — assuming that we are aiming to create Traditional Cities, where we can live without owning a car, or at the very least, have only one car which is used every other weekend — is to surround the station with all the highest-value property. A common Japanese solution is to put the supermarket right inside the train station. That way, you can do your shopping right after work, with no fuss whatsover. All the best offices, stores and restaurants are as close to the train station as possible, so we can walk there from the station, and where there is the most pedestrian traffic. Plus, you also try to put as many apartment buildings there as you can, so you can easily walk to the station in less than ten minutes. So, in front of the station, there might be a little bus stop, dropoff point and taxi stand, and perhaps a little bike parking lot, but little or no automobile parking. The larger train stations often have full-size department stores also right inside the station.

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This is Gakugei Daigaku Station, on the Toyoko Line, which runs southwest out of Tokyo and ends up in Yokohama (thus “To-Yoko”). I used to live near here.

This photo is about 400 meters across, or about a 200m radius from the station. What you see here is all within about a three minute walk from the station. This is a really nice neighborhood, with an immense amount of fun stuff going on.

First, notice that there is no parking. There is some bike parking, and also some bus stops. Look at the enormous amount of stuff that is within a three-minute walk of the station! It is, as a Traditional City should be, 100% Places.

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This is the Vienna/Fairfax station again, near Washington DC. This is the same scale, about 400 meters across. You can see that there is absolutely nothing you can walk to in this area, except your car. (The buildings you see are parking garages.)

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This is Gakugei Daigaku station again (the “A” mark), but we have pulled back a bit. The photo is now about 1500 meters across, or about a 750 meter (about half a mile) radius from the station. You could walk from the station to anywhere in this photo in ten minutes. We can see that there is now an utterly colossal amount of stuff that we can access with only a ten-minute walk. This photo covers about one square mile, or 640 acres.

Looks like grey mush, like a Traditional City should! Generally speaking, the more grey-mushy it is, the better it is.

Admittedly, I am cheating a bit here to make a point. Gakugei Daigaku is not a distant exurb like Westport, it is more comparable to a Brooklyn neighborhood like Park Slope. However, the difference with New York is that in this example, you arrive in a fabulous Traditional City, while Brooklyn is a dysfunctional 19th Century Hypertrophic City. That is a different point to make, and I’ll get to it eventually.

Nevertheless, the original point stands: if you want people to be able to live without automobiles, you have to make it easy to get from the train station to wherever you want to go on foot. This means you put all the good stuff right up against the train station — even build it into the train station itself if possible. When you step out of the train station, you want to land right in a wonderful pedestrian Traditional City environment, not a parking lot wasteland.

In short, you want to pair your train system with Traditional City design. They go together like peanut butter and jelly.

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The view when you step out of Gakugei Daigaku station. Doesn’t that look like more fun than 157 acres of asphalt and Green Space?

It is!

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If the Gakugei Daigaku area looks like too much of a hugger-mugger for you, maybe a more sedate European example is more your thing. Hey, it’s up to you to design the pedestrian Traditional City of your dreams. You be the big boss! This street from Vienna certainly looks more dignified, but the Gakugei Daigaku area is more fun (trust me). Actually, when you get out of the commercial area near the train station, there are lots of stately houses and apartments on quiet streets in the Gakugei Daigaku area too. So you can have it both ways; you can live on a quiet little street, and then walk three minutes to the hubbub around the station.

If you go to a Japanese automobile exurb, you will also find that there are some parking lots around the train station, and it is not so easy to walk. The result is much the same as Westport, though typically not nearly so bad. This serves merely as another example of how not to do it. There are Japanese automobile suburbs too, and they stink in pretty much the same way as automobile suburbs anywhere else. However, in the Japanese case, there is an alternative: you could live in a place like the Gakugei Daigaku area. That’s why vehicle sales have plummeted over the past few years: from a peak of 7.1 million units in 1996, they have declined steadily to 4.25 million estimated for 2009. That’s a hefty 40% drop in only twelve years.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if they continued to fall, to perhaps 2.0 million or less? Giving up cars voluntarily!

That’s about all you need to know about trains and Traditional Cities. As you can see, it is really quite easy to solve the problem of car dependency, and all of the other catastrophes of Suburban Hell, if you know what you are doing.

Plus, we also solved our oil dependency, and reduced our energy and resource use by probably 80%, without even thinking about it. It costs less — because we aren’t supporting an enormous amount of automobile infrastructure — and we’re having way more fun too. This stuff is a cinch.

[36]April 19, 2009: Let’s Kick Around the “Sustainability” Types

Other comments in this series:

[37]December 13, 2009: Life Without Cars: 2009 Edition
[38]November 22, 2009: What Comes After Heroic Materialism?
[39]November 15, 2009: Let’s Kick Around Carfree.com
[40]November 8, 2009: The Future Stinks
[41]October 18, 2009: Let’s Take Another Trip to Venice
[42]October 10, 2009: Place and Non-Place
[43]September 28, 2009: Let’s Take a Trip to Barcelona
[44]September 20, 2009: The Problem of Scarcity 2: It’s All In Your Head
[45]September 13, 2009: The Problem of Scarcity
[46]July 26, 2009: Let’s Take a Trip to an American Village 3: How the Suburbs Came to Be
[47]July 19, 2009: Let’s Take a Trip to an American Village 2: Downtown
[48]July 12, 2009: Let’s Take a Trip to an American Village
[49]May 3, 2009: A Bazillion Windmills
[50]April 19, 2009: Let’s Kick Around the “Sustainability” Types
[51]March 3, 2009: Let’s Visit Some More Villages
[52]February 15, 2009: Let’s Take a Trip to the French Village
[53]February 1, 2009: Let’s Take a Trip to the English Village
[54]January 25, 2009: How to Buy Gold on the Comex [55](scroll down)
[56]January 4, 2009: Currency Management for Little Countries [57](scroll down)
[58]December 28, 2008: Currencies are Causes, not Effects [59](scroll down)
[60]December 21, 2008: Life Without Cars
[61]August 10, 2008: Visions of Future Cities
[62]July 20, 2008: The Traditional City vs. the “Radiant City”
[63]December 2, 2007: Let’s Take a Trip to Tokyo
[64]October 7, 2007: Let’s Take a Trip to Venice
[65]June 17, 2007: Recipe for Florence
[66]July 9, 2007: No Growth Economics
[67]March 26, 2006: The Eco-Metropolis

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What A Real Train System Looks Like

 
- #Chinese #facial #recognition #system #mistakes a #face on a #bus for a #jaywalker
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China’s facial recognition systems are used to catch all types of criminals, from thieves to jaywalkers, in real time. This week, one facial recognition camera publicly shamed a famous business woman for jaywalking after its systems caught her face crossing an intersection. The problem? She was never physically there.
https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/22/18107885/china-facial-recognition-mistaken-jaywalker

 
news from the crude oil speculator front - Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff - OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria




https://www.opecseminar.org/fxdata/opecseminar2018/prod/media/Newsletter-7th-OPEC-Seminar-hr.pdf

Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff… just to fall all over again.




A rally in oil prices helped steady markets in Europe and Asia on Friday after crude suffered steep declines earlier this week on concerns that major producers are flooding the market with oil, reports the Wall Street Journal. Brent crude,the global oilbenchmark, was up 2.1% at $67.66 a barrel on London’s Intercontinental Exchange, around 4% lower than where it opened the week.

West Texas Intermediate futures (WTI), the U.S. oil standard, were up 1.9%, at $57.53 a barrel on the



New York Mercantile Exchange.

Overall, investors are watching the crisisin the U.K., following several resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May’s government on Thursday. Concerns are growing that the U.K.’s plan to exit the European Union is unraveling.

Once seen as an unlikely outcome, the prospect of the U.K. crashing out of the European Union early next year without an agreement spelling out the terms of its exit is now considered a plausible scenario inside boardrooms.

The Journal’s Jason French and Jovi Juan look at how ano-deal Brexit might affect the U.K.

“We didn’t have many no-deal queries ’til about a month and a half ago,” said Bild/FotoAllie Rennison, head of EU and trade policy at the Institute of Directors, a British organization that represents business leaders. With political uncertainty climbing, “people are becoming much more aware of it,” she said.

Britain is slated to leave the EU on March 29. It would represent the first departure of a major economy from a comprehensive free-trade bloc in decades.

Oil Hedge Fund Giant Hammered in Crude’s SlideOne of the last oil bulls standing has become a high-profile victim of the recent rout in crude prices, write Rachael Levy, Georgi Kantchev and Gregory Zuckerman. Bild/Foto

Pierre Andurand, who earlier in 2018 predicted oil could soon hit $100 a barrel, suffered the largest-ever monthly loss of his flagship fund in October.

“The weak oil physical market is not only due to more OPEC oil on the water. It is mainly due to China destocking. Their low imports are not sustainable. They have been very low for 3 months. Their imports could go back up 2mbd any time now” (src)

The $1 billion Andurand Commodities Fund lost -20.9% last month, taking the fund down more than -12% for the year, according to numbers sent to investors and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

A spokesman for Mr. Andurand declined to comment on the fund’s performance.

Mr. Andurand is one of the most prominent oil traders in a sector littered with casualties, though he has dealt with losses before.

His previous fund closed shop in 2012.

oil investor tweets:


https://twitter.com/andurandpierre

Brexit EU tweets:


https://twitter.com/allierenison

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #bigoil #oil #crude #opec #broker #markets #energy
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/23/news-from-the-crude-oil-speculator-front-oil-regains-ground-after-sharp-selloff-opecs-ministerial-meeting-takes-place-in-vienna-austria/
news from the crude oil speculator front – Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff – OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

 
news from the crude oil speculator front - Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff - OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria




https://www.opecseminar.org/fxdata/opecseminar2018/prod/media/Newsletter-7th-OPEC-Seminar-hr.pdf

Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff… just to fall all over again.




A rally in oil prices helped steady markets in Europe and Asia on Friday after crude suffered steep declines earlier this week on concerns that major producers are flooding the market with oil, reports the Wall Street Journal. Brent crude,the global oilbenchmark, was up 2.1% at $67.66 a barrel on London’s Intercontinental Exchange, around 4% lower than where it opened the week.

West Texas Intermediate futures (WTI), the U.S. oil standard, were up 1.9%, at $57.53 a barrel on the



New York Mercantile Exchange.

Overall, investors are watching the crisisin the U.K., following several resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May’s government on Thursday. Concerns are growing that the U.K.’s plan to exit the European Union is unraveling.

Once seen as an unlikely outcome, the prospect of the U.K. crashing out of the European Union early next year without an agreement spelling out the terms of its exit is now considered a plausible scenario inside boardrooms.

The Journal’s Jason French and Jovi Juan look at how ano-deal Brexit might affect the U.K.

“We didn’t have many no-deal queries ’til about a month and a half ago,” said Bild/FotoAllie Rennison, head of EU and trade policy at the Institute of Directors, a British organization that represents business leaders. With political uncertainty climbing, “people are becoming much more aware of it,” she said.

Britain is slated to leave the EU on March 29. It would represent the first departure of a major economy from a comprehensive free-trade bloc in decades.

Oil Hedge Fund Giant Hammered in Crude’s SlideOne of the last oil bulls standing has become a high-profile victim of the recent rout in crude prices, write Rachael Levy, Georgi Kantchev and Gregory Zuckerman. Bild/Foto

Pierre Andurand, who earlier in 2018 predicted oil could soon hit $100 a barrel, suffered the largest-ever monthly loss of his flagship fund in October.

Bild/Foto

“The weak oil physical market is not only due to more OPEC oil on the water. It is mainly due to China destocking. Their low imports are not sustainable. They have been very low for 3 months. Their imports could go back up 2mbd any time now” (src)


The $1 billion Andurand Commodities Fund lost -20.9% last month, taking the fund down more than -12% for the year, according to numbers sent to investors and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

A spokesman for Mr. Andurand declined to comment on the fund’s performance.

Mr. Andurand is one of the most prominent oil traders in a sector littered with casualties, though he has dealt with losses before.

His previous fund closed shop in 2012.

oil investor tweets:


https://twitter.com/andurandpierre

Brexit EU tweets:


https://twitter.com/allierenison

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #bigoil #oil #crude #opec #broker #markets #energy #china
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/23/news-from-the-crude-oil-speculator-front-oil-regains-ground-after-sharp-selloff-opecs-ministerial-meeting-takes-place-in-vienna-austria/
news from the crude oil speculator front – Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff – OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

 
news from the crude oil speculator front - Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff - OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria




https://www.opecseminar.org/fxdata/opecseminar2018/prod/media/Newsletter-7th-OPEC-Seminar-hr.pdf

Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff… just to fall all over again.




A rally in oil prices helped steady markets in Europe and Asia on Friday after crude suffered steep declines earlier this week on concerns that major producers are flooding the market with oil, reports the Wall Street Journal. Brent crude,the global oilbenchmark, was up 2.1% at $67.66 a barrel on London’s Intercontinental Exchange, around 4% lower than where it opened the week.

West Texas Intermediate futures (WTI), the U.S. oil standard, were up 1.9%, at $57.53 a barrel on the Bild/FotoNew York Mercantile Exchange.

Overall, investors are watching the crisisin the U.K., following several resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May’s government on Thursday. Concerns are growing that the U.K.’s plan to exit the European Union is unraveling.

Once seen as an unlikely outcome, the prospect of the U.K. crashing out of the European Union early next year without an agreement spelling out the terms of its exit is now considered a plausible scenario inside boardrooms.

The Journal’s Jason French and Jovi Juan look at how ano-deal Brexit might affect the U.K.

“We didn’t have many no-deal queries ’til about a month and a half ago,” said Bild/FotoAllie Rennison, head of EU and trade policy at the Institute of Directors, a British organization that represents business leaders. With political uncertainty climbing, “people are becoming much more aware of it,” she said.

Britain is slated to leave the EU on March 29. It would represent the first departure of a major economy from a comprehensive free-trade bloc in decades.

Oil Hedge Fund Giant Hammered in Crude’s SlideOne of the last oil bulls standing has become a high-profile victim of the recent rout in crude prices, write Rachael Levy, Georgi Kantchev and Gregory Zuckerman. Bild/Foto

Pierre Andurand, who earlier in 2018 predicted oil could soon hit $100 a barrel, suffered the largest-ever monthly loss of his flagship fund in October.

“The weak oil physical market is not only due to more OPEC oil on the water. It is mainly due to China destocking. Their low imports are not sustainable. They have been very low for 3 months. Their imports could go back up 2mbd any time now” (src)

The $1 billion Andurand Commodities Fund lost -20.9% last month, taking the fund down more than -12% for the year, according to numbers sent to investors and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

A spokesman for Mr. Andurand declined to comment on the fund’s performance.

Mr. Andurand is one of the most prominent oil traders in a sector littered with casualties, though he has dealt with losses before.

His previous fund closed shop in 2012.

oil investor tweets:


https://twitter.com/andurandpierre

Brexit EU tweets:


https://twitter.com/allierenison

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #bigoil #oil #crude #opec
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/23/news-from-the-crude-oil-speculator-front-oil-regains-ground-after-sharp-selloff-opecs-ministerial-meeting-takes-place-in-vienna-austria/
news from the crude oil speculator front – Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff – OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

 

Gitless: A simple version control system built on top of Git


Gitless is a version control system built on top of Git. Many people complain that Git is hard to use. We think the problem lies deeper than the user interface, in the concepts underlying Git. Gitless…
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Gitless is a version control system built on top of Git. Many people complain that Git is hard to use. We think the problem lies deeper than the user interface, in the concepts underlying Git. Gitless is an experiment to see what happens if you put a simple veneer on an app that changes the underlying concepts. Because Gitless is implemented on top of Git (could be considered what Git pros call a "porcelain" of Git), you can always fall back on Git. And of course your coworkers you share a repo with need never know that youʼre not a Git aficionado.

Check out the [1]documentation to get started. If you are new to version control, the documentation should be enough to get you started. If you are a Git pro looking to see whatʼs different from your beloved Git youʼll be able to spot the differences by glancing through the [2]Gitless vs. Git section. If you are interested in software design and want to learn more about the research behind Gitless see the [3]research section. If you want a thirty-minutes summary presentation, watch [4]"What’s Wrong With Git?" from Git Merge 2017.
\* [5]gl init - create an empty repo or create one from an existing remote repo 
 \* [6]gl status - show status of the repo 
 \* [7]gl track - start tracking changes to files 
 \* [8]gl untrack - stop tracking changes to files 
 \* [9]gl diff - show changes to files 
 \* [10]gl commit - record changes in the local repo 
 \* [11]gl checkout - checkout committed versions of files 
 \* [12]gl history - show commit history 
 \* [13]gl branch - list, create, edit or delete branches 
 \* [14]gl switch - switch branches 
 \* [15]gl tag - list, create, or delete tags 
 \* [16]gl merge - merge the divergent changes of one branch onto another 
 \* [17]gl fuse - fuse the divergent changes of one branch onto another 
 \* [18]gl resolve - mark files with conflicts as resolved 
 \* [19]gl publish - publish commits upstream 
 \* [20]gl remote - list, create, edit or delete remotes

Contents: [21]Creating a Repository, [22]Saving Changes, [23]Branching, [24]Tagging, [25]Working with Remote Repositories.

Say you are in directory foo and you want turn it into a repository. You do this with the gl init command. This transforms the current working directory into an empty repository and you are now ready to start saving changes to files in foo:

$ mkdir foo
$ cd foo/
$ gl init
✔ Local repo created in /MyFiles/foo

In most cases thereʼs already some existing repository you want to work on instead of starting with an empty repository. To make a local clone of a remote repository you can give the URL of the repository as input to the same gl init command:

$ mkdir experiment
$ cd experiment/
$ gl init https://github.com/spderosso/experiment
✔ Local repo created in /MyFiles/experiment
✔ Initialized from remote https://github.com/spderosso/experiment

Now that you have your local repository, itʼs time to start saving changes to files. A file in Gitless can be tracked, untracked or ignored. A tracked file is a file whose changes Gitless will detect. Tracked files are automatically considered for commit if they are modified and appear listed under the "Tracked files with modifications" section of status. Conversely, an untracked file is a file whose changes Gitless will not detect. These are not automatically considered for commit and appear listed under the "Untracked files" section of status. Finally, an ignored file is a file that is completely ignored by Gitless and it wonʼt even appear in the output of status.

An example output of the gl status command (foo.py and bar.py are tracked files with modifications, .gitignore is an unmodified tracked file, baz.py is an untracked file and foo.pyc is an ignored file):

$ ls
bar.py baz.py foo.py foo.pyc .gitignore
$ gl status
On branch master, repo-directory // Tracked files with modifications: ➜ these will be automatically considered for commit ➜ use gl untrack if you donʼt want to track changes to file f ➜ if file f was committed before, use gl checkout to discard local changes foo.py bar.py Untracked files: ➜ these wonʼt be considered for commit) ➜ use gl track if you want to track changes to file f baz.py

Now, how do files move between these three different disjoint states?

A file is ignored if itʼs matched by the ignore specification described in a .gitignore file. In the example above, there is a .gitignore file whose content is ʼ*.pycʼ; since foo.pyc is matched by that pattern itʼs therefore an ignored file.

A new file that is not matched by the ignore spec is initially an untracked file. If you want to track it you can do so with the gl track command. You can stop tracking changes to a tracked file with the gl untrack command. You can always revert a file back to some previous version with the gl checkout command.

$ gl track baz.py
✔ File baz.py is now a tracked file
$ gl track baz.py
✘ File baz.py is already a tracked file
$ gl untrack baz.py
✔ File baz.py is now an untracked file
$ gl checkout foo.py
You have uncommitted changes in foo.py that would be
overwritten by checkout. Do you wish to continue? (y/N)
y
✔ File foo.py checked out successfully to its state at HEAD
To save changes to files you use gl commit. By default, all tracked modified files are considered for commit, but the set of files to commit can be customized by listing the files to be committed only, or using the e/exclude and i/include flags:

$ gl commit -m "foo and bar"
$ gl commit -m "only foo" foo.py
$ gl commit -m "only foo and baz" foo.py baz.py
$ gl commit -m "only foo" -e bar.py
$ gl commit -m "only foo and baz" -e bar.py -i baz.py
$ gl commit -m "foo, bar and baz" -i baz.py

Thereʼs also a p/partial flag that allows you to interactively select segments of files to commit.

The gl diff command can be used to see the difference between the working and committed versions of files. Like commit, the default set of files to diff is the set of all tracked modified files but it can be customized by listing files, or using the e/exclude and i/include flags.

To remove files simply do it like you would in your operating system (e.g., using Unixʼs rm command). Gitless will detect the change if the file was tracked, and it will appear as removed in status. Gitless currently doesnʼt detect renames. If you rename a file, Gitless will interpret this as a file with the old name being removed and a new one (with the new name and content) being created. If you want the renamed file to be tracked again you need to track it with gl track.

A branch is an independent line of development. You are always working on some branch. Each branch has its own history (which you can look at with the gl history command). Any changes to existing files or new files you create on a branch will not be present on the other branch when you switch branches.

To create a new branch you use the gl branch command. To switch to another branch you use the gl switch command:

$ gl branch -c develop
✔ Created new branch develop
$ gl switch develop
✔ Switched to branch develop

To list all branches:

$ gl branch
List of branches: ➜ do gl branch to create branch b ➜ do gl branch -d [b]to delete branch b ➜ do gl switch [b]to switch to branch b ➜ * = current branch * master develop[/b]

Each branch has a head, which is the last commit done on the branch. By default, the head of a new branch is going to be equal to the head of the current branch. If you want a different commit to be the head of the new branch you can provide one with the dp/divergent-point flag.

To specify a commit you can use its id, or you can specify it via an ancestry reference with ~: HEAD~n refers to the nth commit before head.

To change the head of the current branch you use the sh/set-head flag. The sh flag is useful to, for example, amend the last commit: to do so, run gl branch -sh HEAD~1. Changing the head of the current branch wonʼt touch your working directory, if you additionally want to reset your working directory to match the new head you use gl checkout.

Eventually branches will end up having divergent changes. There are two ways to bring changes from one branch onto the current branch: merge and fuse.

Merging branches. For merging the changes in develop onto the current branch you do gl merge develop. This creates a new merge commit that includes the changes in develop in addition to those changes in the current branch:

[26]merge

Fusing branches. Fusing branches gives you more control than merging. When you fuse changes from some branch onto the current branch you can specify the commits to fuse and the insertion point. By default, all divergent commits are fused and the insertion point is the divergent point (the point where the source branch diverged from the current). For example, the following figure depicts a situation in which there are two branches: master (the current branch) and develop. The last commit these two branches have in common is A. This commit is the "divergent point" (because it is the point at which master and develop diverged). After doing gl fuse develop, the commits in develop are inserted in master after the divergent point:

[27]fuse

To choose other insertion points you use the ip/insertion-point flag. You can give a commit id as input, head or dp/divergent-point:

[28]fuse with insertion point specified

The o/only and e/exclude flags can be used to customize the set of commits to be fused:

[29]fuse with insertion point and commit specified

During this process conflicts could occur. If so, the gl status command will change accordingly to indicate the files in conflict. Once you edit those files in conflict you mark them as resolved with gl resolve (passing the files to mark as input). Once all conflicts have been resolved you do gl commit to commit to continue with the fuse or merge.

A branch can have an "upstream branch." If a branch has an upstream associated with it, then gl fuse or gl merge can be used as shorthands for gl {fuse, merge} upstream_branch. To set an upstream branch for the current branch use gl branch -su upstream_branch.

You use tags to signify a commit is special in some way. For example, you can use gl tag to create a tag with name "v1.0" and make it point to the commit that represents release v1.0:

$ gl tag -c v1.0
✔ Created new tag v1.0

In this case, the tag will point to the head of the current branch, but you can tag other commits with the ci/commit flag.

To list all tags:

$ gl tag
List of tags: ➜ do gl tag to create tag t ➜ do gl tag -d to delete tag t v1.0 ➜ tags 311bf7c Ready to release

To refer to a remote repository you could always use its URL, but an easier alternative is to add the repository as a "remote" with the gl remote command:

$ gl remote -c experiment https://github.com/spderosso/experiment
✔ Remote experiment mapping to https://github.com/spderosso/experiment created
successfully ➜ to list existing remotes do gl remote ➜ to remove experiment do gl remote -d experiment

Now you can use experiment to refer to this remote repository and use experiment/some-branch to refer to the branch of name some-branch that lives in experiment.

Downloading Changes. It is also possible to fuse or merge changes from remote branches. For example, doing gl merge experiment/master would merge changes in that remote branch that are not present in your local current branch. You can also use gl fuse.

Uploading Changes. To send changes upstream you use gl publish. The publish command will default to updating the upstream branch of the current branch if none is given as input.

Creating, Deleting, or Listing Remote Branches. To create, delete, or list remote branches you use the same gl branch command that you use for local branches. If you do gl branch -c experiment/develop this will create a branch develop that lives in the remote experiment. Recall that, by default, the head of this new branch will be equal to the head of the current branch, so all commits that are not present in the remote will be uploaded. To list remote branches use the r/remote flag of gl branch.

Creating, Deleting, or Listing Remote Tags. To create or delete remote tags you use the gl tag command. If you do gl tag -c experiment/v1.0 this will create a new tag v1.0 that lives in the remote experiment. You can also list remote tags with the r/remote flag of gl tag.

When you create a local repository from a remote (by passing a URL as input to the gl init command), a local branch is created for each remote branch, and each local branch is automatically configured to have as upstream its remote counterpart.

Thereʼs no staging area in Gitless. This, coupled with a flexible commit command makes saving changes to the repository very straightforward:

Commit all modified tracked files
$ gl commit Leave some modified tracked files (foo, bar)
out of the commit
$ gl commit -e foo bar Include some untracked files in the commit
$ gl commit -i foo2 bar2 Commit only some of the modified tracked files
$ gl commit foo3 bar3 Commit only some of the modified tracked or
untracked files
$ gl commit foo3 bar3 foo4

Commit all modified tracked files
$ git commit -a Leave some modified tracked files (foo, bar)
out of the commit
$ git add $ git commit Include some untracked files in the commit
$ git add foo2 bar2 $ git commit Commit only some of the modified tracked files
$ git commit foo3 bar3 Commit only some of the modified tracked or
untracked files
$ git commit foo3 bar3 foo4
error: pathspec ʼfoo4ʼ did not match any file(s)
known to git. $ git add foo4
$ git commit foo3 bar3 foo4

Also, you can change the classification of any file to tracked, untracked or ignored, it doesnʼt matter whether the file exists at head or not:

$ gl status
...
Tracked files with modifications:
... foo
... Stop tracking changes to foo
$ gl untrack foo
✔ File foo is now an untracked file $ gl status
...
Untracked files:
... foo (exists at head)
... Start tracking changes to foo again
$ gl track foo
✔ File foo is now a tracked file $ gl status
...
Tracked files with modifications:
... foo
...

$ git status
...
Changes not staged for commit:
... modified: foo
... Stop tracking changes to foo $ git update-index --assume-unchanged foo $ git status
... Start tracking changes to foo again
$ git update-index --no-assume-unchanged foo
$ git status
...
Changes not staged for commit:
... modified: foo
...

Branching

The main thing to understand is that in Gitless a branch is a completely independent line of development. Each branch keeps its working version of files separate from each other. Whenever you switch to a different branch, the contents of your working directory are saved, and the ones corresponding to the branch you are switching to are retrieved. The classifications of files are also saved (i.e., a file can be untracked on some branch but tracked on another and Gitless will remember this):

$ gl status
...
Tracked files with modifications:
... foo
... Create new branch develop
$ gl branch -c develop
✔ Created new branch develop Switch to develop
$ gl switch develop
✔ Switched to branch develop
$ gl status Switch back to master
$ gl switch master
✔ Switched to branch master
$ gl status
...
Tracked files with modifications:
... foo
...

$ git status
...
Changes not staged for commit:
... modified: foo
... Create new branch develop
$ git branch develop Switch to develop
$ git checkout develop
$ git status
...
Changes not staged for commit:
... modified: foo
... Switch back to master
$ git checkout master
...
Changes not staged for commit:
... modified: foo
...

This means that in Gitless you donʼt have to worry about uncommitted changes conflicting with the changes in the destination branch:

Switch to develop
$ gl switch develop
✔ Switched to branch develop

Switch to develop
$ git checkout develop
error: Your local changes to the following files
would be overwritten by checkout: foo
Please, commit your changes or stash them before
you can switch branches.
Aborting
$ git stash
Saved working directory and index state WIP on
master: fbe3b8c ...
HEAD is now at fbe3b8c ...
$ git checkout develop
Switched to branch ʼdevelopʼ

And if you are in the middle of a fuse/merge and you want to put aside the conflict resolution for later, you can. The conflict will be there when you switch back:

$ gl fuse develop
...
✘ There are conflicts you need to resolve
$ gl status
On branch master, repo-directory // You are in the middle of a fuse; all
conflicts must be resolved before
committing
...
Tracked files with modifications:
... foo (with conflicts)
... Switch to bugfix
$ gl switch bugfix
✔ Switched to branch bugfix Switch back to develop
$ gl switch develop
✔ Switched to branch develop
$ gl status
On branch master, repo-directory // You are in the middle of a fuse; all
conflicts must be resolved before
committing
...
Tracked files with modifications:
... foo (with conflicts)
...

$ git rebase develop
First, rewinding head to replay your work on top of
it...
Applying: this commit should trigger a conflict
Using index info to reconstruct a base tree...
M foo
Falling back to patching base and 3-way merge...
Auto-merging foo
CONFLICT (content): Merge conflict in foo
Failed to merge in the changes.
Patch failed at 0001 foo conflict
The copy of the patch that failed is found in: ...
$ git status
rebase in progress; onto 989269e
You are currently rebasing branch ʼmasterʼ on
ʼ989269eʼ. ...
Unmerged paths: ... both modified: foo
... Switch to bugfix
$ git checkout bugfix
foo: needs merge
error: you need to resolve your current index first $ git stash
foo: needs merge
foo: needs merge
foo: unmerged (0b3c542edb2e9e8ff801c669d7a5f2d78...)
foo: unmerged (94421333de34e32405f632d0f7b63b39c...)
foo: unmerged (eb97dba229aab53fe5f231e60491dd2a7...)
fatal: git-write-tree: error building trees
Cannot save the current index state $ $ git rebase --abort
$ git checkout bugfix
Switched to branch ʼbugfixʼ Switch back to develop
$ git checkout develop
$ git status
... $ git rebase develop
... $

Working with Remote Repositories

Syncing with other repositories in Gitless works quite similar to Git:

Configure a new remote experiment
$ gl remote -c experiment
https://github.com/spderosso/experiment
✔ Remote experiment mapping to
https://github.com/spderosso/experiment
created successfully ➜ to list existing remotes do gl remote ➜ to remove experiment do gl remote -d experiment Download and apply changes from a branch in
experiment
$ gl fuse experiment/master
...
✔ Fuse succeeded $ gl branch -su experiment/master
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https://github.com/spderosso/experiment Download and apply changes from a branch in
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Tagesschau: Diskussion über Hartz IV - "Die Angst vor dem Abstieg"


Grünen-Chef Habeck will Hartz IV reformieren und fordert, auf den Zwang zur Arbeitsaufnahme zu verzichten. Die SPD will Hartz IV mit einem Bürgergeld "überwinden". Kritik kommt aus der Union, der FDP - und vom DGB.

Der Grünen-Vorsitzende Robert Habeck hat erstmals selbst zu seinen Plänen für eine Abschaffung des bestehenden Hartz-IV-Systems geäußert. Es handele sich um "ein Zukunftskonzept für eine verunsicherte Gesellschaft, die durch den Wandel der Arbeitswelt noch unsicherer wird", sagte Habeck in einem Interview der "Frankfurter Allgemeinen Sonntagszeitung" (FAS)...

Meine Meinung: Es war abzusehen das die SPD nun versucht umzusteuern und auch bei den Grünen hat sich entsprechendes schon länger angedeutet. Jene die für die Beibehaltung von Hartz IV eintreten sollten dann aber auch dafür sorgen das jeder jederzeit eine Arbeit mit anständigen Arbeitsbedingungen und guten Einkommen bekommen kann. Den genau das ist das Problem. Hartz IV wurde vor allen deshalb eingeführt um die Leute ungeachtet ihrer Qualifikation in billige und schlechte Arbeit pressen zu können.

Tags: #de #deutschland #hartz-iv #diskussion #alternativen #repression #arbeit #staat #system #meinung #tagesschau #2018-11-17 #2018-11-18

 

Tagesschau: Flüchtlinge in Libyen - "Hier ist es noch schlimmer"


35.000 Flüchtlinge leben laut UN in libyschen Auffanglagern. Für die Menschen sind die Zustände schwer zu ertragen. Die Hygiene ist katastrophal, es gibt Berichte über Misshandlungen und Folter.

Mit großen Augen schauen die Menschen durch das engmaschige, schwarze Metallgitter. Tiefe Traurigkeit, ja Verzweiflung spricht aus ihren Gesichtern. Viele wirken hager, ihre Kleidung ist abgetragen. Feuchte, löchrige T-Shirts und Hosen hängen im Gitter zum Trocknen...

Meine Meinung: Da braucht man sich nicht wirklich wollen das die meisten Menschen dort nur noch weg wollen. Und selbst das ungewisse Schicksal bei einer Überfahrt über das Mittelmeer um nach Europa zu kommen wie eine Verheißung erscheint.

Tags: #de #libyen #flüchtlinge #menschen #flüchtlingslager #hygiene #krankheiten #traurigkeit #verzweiflung #staat #system #europa #europäische-union #festung-europa #tagesschau #2018-11-17 #2018-11-18

 

Tagesschau: Angst vor Repression Immer mehr Türken im griechischen Exil


Sie haben Angst davor, für Kritik an der Regierung ins Gefängnis zu kommen: Immer mehr junge Türken wandern aus - und gehen nach Griechenland. Michael Lehmann hat einige von ihnen getroffen.

Kinder spielen im Flur eines kleinen Hotels in Thessaloniki. Es sind die Kinder von zehn türkischen Familien, die hier ihre neue Heimat gefunden haben. Auch Sumeyye ist vor einigen Monaten hierher geflohen. Sie ist die Tochter eines 75-Jährigen, der ohne erkennbaren Grund unter Terrorverdacht in Ankara ins Gefängnis gesteckt wurde...

Meine Meinung: Da entwickelt sich also ein braindrain von der Türkei nach Griechenland. Was Griechenland helfen könnte wieder auf die Beine zu kommen, könnte für die Türkei katastrophale Folgen mit sich bringen.

Tags: #de #türkei #griechenland #türken #junge-türken #exil #flucht #erdogan #repression #staat #system #tagesschau #2018-11-17 #2018-11-18

 
Animation Video GDP by Country 1960 until 2017

https://youtu.be/wykaDgXoajc

gdp 2018: USA China Japan Germany UK France


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Gross domestic product (GDP) is the market value of all final goods and services from a nation in a given year.[2]

src: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(nominal)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_the_United_States

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #gdp #usa #germany #japan #china #france #italy #uk #canada #russia
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/16/animation-video-gdp-by-country-1960-until-2017/
Animation Video GDP by Country 1960 until 2017

 

International System of Units overhauled in historic vote


The decision, made at the General Conference on Weights and Measures in Versailles, France, which is organised by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM), means that all SI units will…
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[1]SI units

The decision, made at the General Conference on Weights and Measures in Versailles, France, which is organised by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM), means that all SI units will now be defined in terms of constants that describe the natural world. This will assure the future stability of the SI and open the opportunity for the use of new technologies, including quantum technologies, to implement the definitions.

The changes, which will come into force on 20 May 2019, will bring an end to the use of physical objects to define measurement units.

The definition of the kilogram for more than 130 years, the International Prototype of the Kilogram (IPK), a cylinder of a platinum alloy stored at the BIPM in France, will now be retired. It will be replaced by the Planck constant – the fundamental constant of quantum physics. While the stability of the IPK could only be confirmed by comparisons with identical copies, a difficult and potentially inaccurate process, the Planck constant is ready for use everywhere and always.

"The SI redefinition is a landmark moment in scientific progress," said Martin Milton, Director, International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM). "Using the fundamental constants we observe in nature as a foundation for important concepts, such as mass and time, means that we have a stable foundation from which to advance our scientific understanding, develop new technologies and address some of societyʼs greatest challenges."

"Today marks the culmination of decades of work by measurement scientists around the world, the significance of which is immense," said Barry Inglis, Director of the International Committee for Weights and Measures. "We will now no longer be bound by the limitations of objects in our measurement of the world, but have universality accessible units that can pave the way to even greater accuracy, and even accelerate scientific advancement."

The new definitions impact four of the seven base units of the SI: the kilogram, ampere, kelvin and mole; and all units derived from them, such as the volt, ohm and joule.
\* The kilogram – will be defined by the Planck constant (h) 
 \* The ampere – will be defined by the elementary electrical charge (e) 
 \* The kelvin – will be defined by the Boltzmann constant (k) 
 \* The mole – will be defined by the Avogadro constant (N[A])

Although the size of these units will not change (a kilogram will still be a kilogram), the four redefined units will join the second, the metre and the candela to ensure that the set of SI base units will continue to be both stable and useful. The revised SI will maintain its relevance by facilitating technical innovations. Just as the redefinition of the second in 1967 provided the basis for technology that has transformed how we communicate across the globe, through GPS and the internet, the new changes will have wide-reaching impact in science, technology, trade, health and the environment, among many other sectors.

Notes to editors

You can find more information on the SI units [2]here

Images to accompany this release, along with captions, can be downloaded [3]here

Footage of the vote is available on request, please contact [4]bipm@aprilsixproof.com

About the BIPM

The signing of the Metre Convention in 1875 created the BIPM and for the first time formalised international cooperation in metrology. The Convention established the International Bureau of Weights and Measures and laid the foundations for worldwide uniformity of measurement in all aspects of our endeavours, historically focusing on and assisting industry and trade; but today it is just as vital as we tackle the grand challenges of the 21st century such as climate change, health, and energy. The BIPM undertakes scientific work at the highest level on a selected set of physical and chemical quantities. The BIPM is the hub of a worldwide network of national metrology institutes (NMIs) which continue to realize and disseminate the chain of traceability to the SI into national accredited laboratories and industry.

[5]Find out more about the BIPM

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Tagesschau: Mobilfunkstandard 5G - Höhere Auflagen für Netzbetreiber


Bei der Einführung des Mobilfunkstandards 5G nimmt die Bundesnetzagentur die Betreiber nun stärker in die Pflicht. Bis Ende 2024 soll an Bundes- und Landstraßen sowie an Zugstrecken schnelles mobiles Internet verfügbar sein.

Die Bundesnetzagentur hat im finalen Entwurf für die anstehende Auktion der 5G-Frequenzen die Auflagen für die Netzbetreiber erhöht. Die Behörde verschickte nun den Entwurf für die Vergaberegeln an Mitglieder des Beirats der Netzagentur. Sie sollen nun dafür sorgen, dass bis Ende 2024 an allen Bundes- und Landstraßen sowie an allen Zugstrecken schnelles mobiles Internet verfügbar ist...

Meine Meinung: Und wieder einmal versagt der Staat bzw. seine Behörden. Anstatt darauf zu bestehen das die Netzbetreiber ein Universalnetz mit Komplettabdeckung schaffen, dass dann jeder Provider nutzen kann, lässt man es wieder einmal zu das ein großer Flickenteppich entsteht. Aber das kennen wir ja schon alles, schon seitdem die Post aufgelöst wurde zeigt unser Staat sehr schön wie man ganz ungeniert von einen Fettnäpfchen ins nächste springt. Bei der Tagesschau war btw. keine kommentierung möglich, dort bekam ich beim entsprechenden Link nur ein 'The service is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later.'.

Tags: #de #deutschland #mobilfunk #5g #bundesnetzagentur #5G-Frequenzen #behörden #staat #kapitalismus #system #versagen #meinung #2018-11-16

 
news from the crude oil speculator front - Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff - OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria




https://www.opecseminar.org/fxdata/opecseminar2018/prod/media/Newsletter-7th-OPEC-Seminar-hr.pdf

Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff


A rally in oil prices helped steady markets in Europe and Asia on Friday after crude suffered steep declines earlier this week on concerns that major producers are flooding the market with oil, reports the Wall Street Journal. Brent crude,the global oilbenchmark, was up 2.1% at $67.66 a barrel on London’s Intercontinental Exchange, around 4% lower than where it opened the week.

West Texas Intermediate futures (WTI), the U.S. oil standard, were up 1.9%, at $57.53 a barrel on the Bild/FotoNew York Mercantile Exchange.

Overall, investors are watching the crisisin the U.K., following several resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May’s government on Thursday. Concerns are growing that the U.K.’s plan to exit the European Union is unraveling.

Once seen as an unlikely outcome, the prospect of the U.K. crashing out of the European Union early next year without an agreement spelling out the terms of its exit is now considered a plausible scenario inside boardrooms.

The Journal’s Jason French and Jovi Juan look at how ano-deal Brexit might affect the U.K.

“We didn’t have many no-deal queries ’til about a month and a half ago,” said Bild/FotoAllie Rennison, head of EU and trade policy at the Institute of Directors, a British organization that represents business leaders. With political uncertainty climbing, “people are becoming much more aware of it,” she said.

Britain is slated to leave the EU on March 29. It would represent the first departure of a major economy from a comprehensive free-trade bloc in decades.

Oil Hedge Fund Giant Hammered in Crude’s SlideOne of the last oil bulls standing has become a high-profile victim of the recent rout in crude prices, write Rachael Levy, Georgi Kantchev and Gregory Zuckerman. Bild/Foto

Pierre Andurand, who earlier in 2018 predicted oil could soon hit $100 a barrel, suffered the largest-ever monthly loss of his flagship fund in October.

“The weak oil physical market is not only due to more OPEC oil on the water. It is mainly due to China destocking. Their low imports are not sustainable. They have been very low for 3 months. Their imports could go back up 2mbd any time now” (src)

The $1 billion Andurand Commodities Fund lost -20.9% last month, taking the fund down more than -12% for the year, according to numbers sent to investors and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

A spokesman for Mr. Andurand declined to comment on the fund’s performance.

Mr. Andurand is one of the most prominent oil traders in a sector littered with casualties, though he has dealt with losses before.

His previous fund closed shop in 2012.

oil investor tweets:


https://twitter.com/andurandpierre

brexit EU tweets:


https://twitter.com/allierenison

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #oil #brexit #wallstreet #bigoil #china #trade #opec
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/16/news-from-the-crude-oil-speculator-front-oil-regains-ground-after-sharp-selloff-opecs-ministerial-meeting-takes-place-in-vienna-austria/
news from the crude oil speculator front – Oil Regains Ground After Sharp Selloff – OPEC’s ministerial meeting takes place in Vienna, Austria

 

Tagesschau: Offenbar geheime Anklage gegen Assange


Wohl versehentlich sollen Staatsanwälte in den USA eine geheime Anklage veröffentlicht haben - mit einem prominenten Namen: WikiLeaks-Gründer Assange. Er hatte schon länger eine Anklage befürchtet.

Gegen den Gründer der Enthüllungsplattform WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, ist Medienberichten zufolge in den USA bereits vor längerem Anklage erhoben worden. Die "Washington Post" meldet dies unter Berufung auf versehentlich veröffentlichte Gerichtsunterlagen, die demnach in keinem Zusammenhang mit Assange selbst stehen...

Meine Meinung: Da stellt sich doch die Frage warum so etwas wie eine Geheime Anklage überhaupt möglich ist. Das es derartiges gibt zeigt sehr schön wie es um die Werte für die man angeblich steht bestellt ist.

Tags: #de #usa #assange #geheime-anklage #werte #lügen #staat #system #tagesschau #2018-11-16

 

Tagesschau: Pestizid Chlorpyrifos - Zulassung trotz alarmierender Daten?


Das Pestizid Chlorpyrifos steht im Verdacht, die Gehirnentwicklung beim Menschen zu schädigen. Seit 2006 ist es in der EU zugelassen - doch laut Recherchen des BR haben die Behörden dabei eine fehlerhafte Studie akzeptiert.

Es ist ein Bestseller, eines der in der Landwirtschaft am häufigsten eingesetzten Pestizide: Chlorpyrifos. Der Wirkstoff für Pflanzenschutzmittel tötet Läuse, Fruchtfliegen und andere Schädlinge und wird beim Getreide- und Obstanbau eingesetzt. Seit Jahren steht Chlorpyrifos im Verdacht, die Gehirnentwicklung beim Menschen, insbesondere bei Ungeborenen im Mutterleib, zu schädigen. Die Folgen können zum Beispiel Aufmerksamkeitsstörungen oder verminderte Intelligenz sein...

Meine Meinung: Ein gutes Beispiel dafür wie europäische Institutionen schlampig und im Sinne der Wirtschaft anstatt im Sinne der Menschen arbeiten. Und auch die nationalen Behörden sind nicht besser, den diesen ist das Ganze offenbar auch nicht aufgefallen, oder es ist ihnen aufgefallen und sie haben es ignoriert.

Tags: #de #eu #europäisch-union #pestizid #chlorpyrifos #agrarindustrie #agrarchemie #zulassung #schädigung #gehirn #mensch #studie #institution #kapitalismus #system #tagesschau #br #2018-11-16

 

Tagesschau: Flucht nach Deutschland - Jesidinnen droht Abschiebung


Systematisch hat die IS-Terrormiliz Jesidinnen als Sexsklavinnen missbraucht. Einigen gelang die Flucht - auch nach Deutschland. So wie Ghason Taha und ihrer Familie. Jetzt droht ihnen die Abschiebung.

Es ist wirklich erstaunlich, was die menschliche Psyche ertragen kann. Ghason Taha ist ein bedrückendes Beispiel dafür. Fünf Monate war die aus dem Nordirak stammende Frau von den brutalen Horden des "Islamischen Staates" entführt und versklavt worden. Dann gelang ihr die Flucht - zunächst in die Obhut irakischer Verwandter, anschließend mit Hilfe eines Sonderkontingents des Landes Baden-Württemberg nach Deutschland. Drei Jahre ist das nun her. Drei Jahre Ruhe. Drei Jahre das beruhigende Gefühl von Sicherheit...

Tags: #de #deutschland #irak #nordirak #jesiden #jesidinnen #abschiebung #is #islamischer-staat #staat #system #tagesschau #2018-11-15

 

More Google Earth Lunacy, Is Our #Measurement #System #Lying To Us?
of course we are being lied too about everything !

 
Axel Springer Propaganda die Welt und der Finanzmarkt - dieser Dackel leidet unter chronischem Kapitalismus

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… in which asholes and psychopaths “earn” the most money and rule the world and turn earth into hell.

Bild/Fotohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Jaur%C3%A8s
either satan exists and we are in hell

or

the stupidity and ignorance of mankind creates hell on earth

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the result is the same
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Die Aussage von “Welt” (Axel Springer SE/Bildzeitung/Propaganda) ist meiner Meinung nach entweder völlig falsch oder SEHR einseitig – Propaganda ist IMMER einseitig und wenn Axel Springer “Die Welt” erklärt – dann kann man davon ausgehen einseitig gezielt des-informiert zu werden.

Die Inflation steigt nicht nur wegen steigender Energiepreise sondern vor allem weil die EZB Euros in rauen Mengen gedruckt hat.




der Ölpreis ist bis zum 1.10.2018 auf 85USD gestiegen, und dann innerhalb eines Monates auf 66.55USD gesunken. (ich vermute, dass der optimale wert welchen die Satanisten gern sehen möchten 66.6USD ist)

Quelle: https://www.wallstreet-online.de/rohstoffe/oelpreis-brent#t:1y||s:lines||a:abs||v:day||ads:null

“Von März 2015 bis mindestens September 2016 will die EZB gemeinsam mit den nationalen Zentralbanken der Eurozone 60 Mrd. Euro pro Monat in den Markt pumpen – also insgesamt 1,14 Billionen Euro. Erstmals sollen auch Staatsanleihen in großen Mengen gekauft werden.” (src)

Um Staatspleiten abzuwenden – weil der Staat auch der Deutsche 2008 Banken-Pleiten abwenden musste um einen Kollaps des Finanzsystems zu verhindern.

Banker Voss “Banken sind nicht kleiner geworden. Der nächste Crash wird noch schlimmer – dagegen sieht ein Stromausfall wie ein Kindergarten aus – Bürgerkriegsähnliche Zustände.”

Man kann sagen, weil private Geldhäuser gerettet werden mussten – haben wir jetzt Inflation, eine Inflation von 2% sowie eine Arbeitslosenquote von 15% gilt unter Ökonomen als erstrebenswert.

“Die natürliche/gleichgewichtige Arbeitslosigkeit (Milton Friedman) beträgt 15,725 %”

https://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/article183751064/Inflation-ist-auf-hoechstem-Stand-seit-der-Finanzkrise-2008.html

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #chronic #suffering #dachshund #hell #earth #psychopaths #hounddog #war
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/05/axel-springer-propaganda-die-welt-und-der-finanzmarkt-dieser-dackel-leidet-unter-chronischem-kapitalismus/
Axel Springer Propaganda die Welt und der Finanzmarkt – dieser Dackel leidet unter chronischem Kapitalismus

 
the whole absurdity of a globalized economy shown by a plastic coated paper cup - Die ganze Absurdität des globalisierten Wirtschaftssystems anhand einem Pappbecher erklärt




Translation into English:

“It is pretty fascinating: Our society came to the point where it seems easier to chop trees in scandinavia and ship them to asia while consuming a lot of energy and water to form the wood into cups and coat them with plastic – which consists of oil that needs to be refined and processed with chemicals – and then ship those cups back to europe where they are used for 5minutes and then thrown into the garbage – instead of simply return and clean a reusable ceramic cup.”

\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #pappbecher #china #absurd #absurdität #absurdity
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/14/the-whole-absurdity-of-a-globalized-economy-shown-by-a-plastic-coated-paper-cup-die-ganze-absurditat-des-globalisierten-wirtschaftssystems-anhand-einem-pappbecher-erklart/
the whole absurdity of a globalized economy shown by a plastic coated paper cup – Die ganze Absurdität des globalisierten Wirtschaftssystems anhand einem Pappbecher erklärt

 
Die ganze Absurdität des globalisierten Wirtschaftssystems anhand einem Pappbecher erklärt




\#money #alternative #reform #systems #vollgeld #bge #altcoopsys #alternatives #alternativgeld #OsOfSociety #OperatingSystemsOfSociety #SystemPhilosophy #dinero #dollar #euro #yen #rubel #sustainability #resilience #complementary #complementarycurrency #cooperation #monetaryreform #financialreform #financialsystemreform #financialcrisis #mortagecrisis #debtcrisis #suprimecrisis #occupywallsreet #occupyfrankfurt #finance #geldsystem #geldreform #moneysystem #financialsystem #economics #ecologicaleconomics #economy #capitalism #kapitalismus #system #pappbecher #china #absurd #absurdität #absurdity
Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2018/11/14/die-ganze-absurditat-des-globalisierten-wirtschaftssystems-anhand-einem-pappbecher-erklart/
Die ganze Absurdität des globalisierten Wirtschaftssystems anhand einem Pappbecher erklärt

 

Tagesschau: Report zum Klimaschutz "Es reicht nicht"


Vor gut drei Jahren beschlossen die Staaten auf der UN-Klimakonferenz in Paris, die globale Erwärmung auf deutlich unter zwei Grad zu senken. Ein Bericht kommt jetzt zum Ergebnis: Die Anstrengungen dafür werden nicht reichen.

Große Versprechen abzugeben ist das eine, wichtiger ist es, sie auch einzuhalten. Im Jahr 2015 erklärten die Staaten der Welt in Paris, dass sie den menschengemachten Anstieg der globalen Temperatur auf "deutlich unter zwei Grad" beschränken wollen. In Artikel 14 des Paris-Abkommens heißt es zudem, dass die UN-Klimakonferenz in regelmäßigen Abständen überprüfen soll, ob dies auch genug sei, um das gemeinsame Ziel zu erreichen....

Tags: #de #klima #klimawandel #klimaschutz #umwelt #umweltschutz #staaz #kapitalismus #system #tagesschau #2018-11-14

 
How to stop W10’s forced updates

Patch Tuesday (search #microsoftpatchtuesday ) comes round every month and occasionally messes up #PCs worldwide. The links below explain how to turn them off. This way we can wait to see if the latest #patch has caused any carnage before deciding to reject or accept it. #Tech #news sites, #forums, or other online users, usually discuss the latest patches at great length so we can judge if #updates are safe or not.

Remember, updates are still very important to an #operatingsystem that is under constant siege from legions of bad actors – some are vital. It’s also worth mentioning that I am not responsible for anything that might go wrong for those who follow the tips from these websites.

Always backup your #system and #registry before you continue.


https://www.easeus.com/todo-backup-resource/how-to-stop-windows-10-from-automatically-update.html

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Redox – A Unix-Like Operating System Written in Rust


Redox is a Unix-like Operating System written in Rust, aiming to bring the innovations of Rust to a modern microkernel and full set of applications.
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HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18442390
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Redox is a Unix-like Operating System written in [1]Rust, aiming to bring the innovations of Rust to a modern microkernel and full set of applications.

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