"Think globally, act locally” : there is only one reasonable conclusion with regard to plastics.
Globally: One and only one solution exists to curbing the deluge of oceanic plastics. The international community has to get the Philippines and similar countries enough money to have proper garbage collection.
Locally: You must reduce the amount of plastic shipped overseas by putting it in the regular garbage instead of the recycle bin.
There is no other reasonable option, mathematically speaking, given the realities on the ground. And banning straws is just plain stupid.
"On the Big Web, you never own your own home. You must rent your home from Megacorps. Most often, you don’t have to pay for your home using money. You pay for it by forfeiting your privacy, freedom of speech, and your other human rights. Collectively, we pay for it by forfeiting a democratic future."
TL;DR : you can :
- create your own CA to generate user and host certificates
- upon login, user and host present certificates to each other. Provided both trust the same CA, the login is accepted
- no more need to deploy keys
It's also possible to embed extra settings in certificates (like forbidding port forwarding, ...)
Very interesting article about nuclear fusion, how it works (theoretically + practically), and what would be needed to use it as a commercial power source in the real world (if we even make it happen someday).
Astuce en fin d'article qui peut sauver des vies :
Beaucoup de malwares utilisent pastebin.com pour délivrer leurs charges utiles. Dans le cas où l’utilisation de ce site n’est pas prévue de manière nominale pour le serveur, il peut être conseillé de bloquer tout le trafic depuis et vers ce site. C’est facilement réalisable avec cette commande sous Linux :