The housing crisis is a human-made problem. There was a will and an incentive to spend $1.6 billion building these fucking mansions, but when they found out "the money was bad" "something happened to the money" they decided to let the whole development rot.
Capitalism is the most efficient system.
@fribbledom Download? Maybe no, but at the same time, there can be different degrees of seamlessness between your own knowledge and the combined knowledge of humanity.
Right now this is represented by the ability to go to #wikipedia at any time, limited only by your understanding of the knowledge map, of basic principles common to all science, and reading speed.
In the future, the seam will only be thinner.
Spring is coming and we are running our campaign #ConnectingGardens:
Order your seeds now, tell us about your garden, join our community and connect with like-minded people across Europe: https://opensourcegardens.info/order-seeds.en.html#springflowers
Some new leaves on our blackberry starts for my #gardening update today So far so good on the not-getting-crunched-by-dogs front.
> Software architecture probably matters more than anything else. A shitty implementation of a good abstraction causes no net harm to the code base. A bad abstraction or missing layer causes everything to rot.
This feels very true.
The global energy consumption in 2017 was 22.3 terawatt hours.
If we moved all financial transactions over to Bitcoin, we'd require over 1000 terawatt hours... each day(!) for Bitcoin transactions alone(!).
That doesn't even factor in that Bitcoin's energy consumption will be exponential to the amount of transactions.
Sunbeam City is a anticapitalist, antifascist solarpunk instance that is run collectively.