Problemi di “terrorismo”?
Ecco la soluzione…
700 tonnellate di cianuro di sodio. Circa 70 volte il limite consentito dalle norme di sicurezza hanno causato un’esplosione avvertita a 160km di distanza.
Il cianuro di sodio è usato industrialmente per estrarre le tracce d’oro dalla pirite.
Oltre al controvalore di quasi 700 milioni di dollari in auto nuove andate in fumo, chi patirà il danno più importante è l’industria estrattiva “underground”.
A Tianjin c’è un ComEx:
Il deposito era vicino al porto di Tianjin. Le principali miniere cinesi sono distandi decine di ore di treno da Tianjin, difficile che vi si lavorassero terre di pirite provnienti dalla Cina. Più probabile che venissero raffinate terre importate i cui prodotti venivano poi commercializzati tramite il ComEx di Tianjin.
Il tutto con un certo Chinese-Twist… visto che il depostio di cianuro di sodio era clandestino.
The Chinese sense for gold:
Ci sono cascato, lo ammetto.
Ma oggi ho capito due cose. Perché e a cosa serve Renzi.
È in realtà molto semplice, forse talmente evidente che mi era sfuggito. Cercavo qualcosa di più complesso ma ora mi è chiaro.
Sorry if I disappointed you. There is no such thing.
I could link here hundreds if not thousands of such pieces – and I won’t – in short, whenever and where ever you find an article or a book titled like «The one secret that…whatever» that-sold-million-copies-but-it’s-a-secret, I can assure you, it’s pure junk.
When and if you are job hunting, there’s just one thing to be aware of:«there are no tricks», full-stop.
Determined to give Windows8 family a serious go about 18 months ago I sold on eBay my midrange Android smartphone – of which I was completely satisfied – to buy the first NOKIA with WindowsPhone8.
Shortly afterwards I set my iPad aside to switch over an ASUS T-100 Transformer Book powered by Windows8.
I have never returned to Android neither iOS so fascinated I am with the challenge that Microsoft had undertaken.
I soon realized that Windows8 was – and still is – by far the most innovative and in many ways truly new OS platform on the market. It was, and largely is, immune to all the monkeying that had characterized the growth of iOS and Android and beside a few hints gathered from the other OS it has its own “vision” and path. Plus MSFT has learned the lesson. A hard learned lesson, far too late – it took MSFT nearly seven years to do the homework – but the outcome is great. Therefore, for an absolute geek technologist like me, it is definitely an unmissable journey to see how MSFT gets out of the corner and I was anxiously waiting foran announcement like this:
We will streamline the next version of Windows from three operating systems into one single converged operating system for screens of all sizes
But then the recent disquieting announcement of massive layoffs came. I then tried to put everything into perspective. Continue reading
Foreword: the role and the limits of government scope and influence in surveillance and security is an extraordinarily complex and wide topic, I don’t have the goal to unfold all of its implications. What urges me is point out a few interconnected factors and unintended effects of the current immaturity of the legal framework ruling on data ownership and data collection.
At minute 26 of this fascinating debate, moderator Thomas Friedman asks Satya Nadella what he thinks the US Govern should do to help the business of companies like Microsoft (HP and Intel). Nadella’s answer is “reform of the surveillance regime”. Or “scale down spying” as he stated elsewhere.
Satya Nadella believes that Continue reading
No panic. Relax. Went to sleep early & quiet. Continue reading
“most people die at 25 but are buried at 75.”