Message for the Resistance Movement: March 29, 2018

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Message for the Resistance Movement: March 29, 2018

12:43 AM

COBRA VTXC  sieve operational, calibration mode: RPS

12:45 AM

DD L1/L0 clearance approved, basic VTXC systems GO!

The above is a coded messages for the Resistance Movement as communicated by Cobra on Portal 2012. These messages are not meant for the general population, and are not meant to be understood by us.

This article (Message for the Resistance Movement: March 29, 2018) was originally published on The Portal and syndicated by The Event Chronicle 

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  1. I recently got my first Solid State Hard drive (SSD) for my PC. It is still about 2-3 times more expensive than the standard mechanical platter hard disks.

    With mechanical platter hard disk drive (HDD), it is similar in method of data recording to DVD disk drives, there are readers, there is a mechanism to spin the disk, and there’s a reader that scans the laser in a method similar to vinyl recorders.

    Solid State storage is like the thumb drive in function, there are no moving parts, so compared to the bulkiness of platter hard drives it is almost as thin as the electric plug and data cable attached to it, and because of its lack of moving parts is much faster and lasts longer.

    HDDs are sensitive to vibration, SSDs are vulnerable only to hard impacts. They also give out far less heat which means less wasted energy and less need for cooling fans.

    The future of computer electronics lie in further ‘solidifying’ other components that reduces the amount of wasted energy in the form of heat, and so does away with the need for fans and mechanical moving parts, as well as cost of replacements.

    It has been theorized that superconductivity could reduce today’s desktop computers to about one cubic inch if it was applicable to normal use without the need for liquid nitrogen.