Excuse me for reading the first paragraph and assuming the investment in the north would be on the same order of magnitude as the one in the south
Yes, tech fans who love to scare one another with science-themed ghost stories, I'm talking to you: please please please learn the difference between a thought experiment and a plausible scenario. They are not the same. You need to start learning the difference now before you try and make a "solution" to a non-problem out of fear, a solution that will definitely cause problems of its own. It's not funny.
The assumptions needed to be a Malthusian are so wide-ranging and so far removed from the real conditions of human life that its "scientific" premise is an aesthetic gloss on a boogeyman for rich colonial Europeans who are afraid that the end of colonialism will mean they have to stop sucking dry everyone else's material resources.
It is a science-themed white panic. It is not in itself scientific, it's a ghost story to scare people already worried that distributing resources to people who need them means they will have to set the AC to 9 instead of 10. There is nothing scientific about it.
more on Google ransomware, xenophobia
Google has reached for clarification: https://www.xda-developers.com/google-device-lock-controller-banks-payments/#update1
…ah, I see, so they explained that it was just a mistake. That USians got to see the app, I mean. it was meant to exist only for Kenyans. only Kenyans get to have their phones locked if they don't pay the loan, so who cares right
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"Oh my Grok" would perhaps be better?
what an absolute lad. he said this while accepting a different award
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