It’s Skepticism Sunday, April 16, 2023, and it’s time to take a step back and question the world around us. Skepticism Sunday is a day to challenge the status quo and to think critically about the information we’re presented with. It’s a day to ask questions and to seek out the truth.
In the past, Skepticism Sunday has been used to challenge the validity of scientific claims, to question the accuracy of news reports, and to evaluate the reliability of sources. This year, Skepticism Sunday is focusing on the power of technology and its potential to shape our lives.
We’re living in an age of unprecedented technological advancement. From artificial intelligence to virtual reality, technology is transforming the way we live, work, and play. But with this power comes the potential for misuse and abuse. We must be vigilant in questioning the motives of those who seek to control and manipulate us through technology.
We must also be aware of the potential for technology to be used to manipulate our emotions and our behavior. We must be mindful of the ways in which technology can be used to manipulate our opinions and our decisions. We must be aware of the potential for technology to be used to control our lives and our choices.
On this Skepticism Sunday, let’s take a step back and question the power of technology. Let’s ask ourselves if the technology we’re using is really in our best interests. Let’s challenge the status quo and seek out the truth. Let’s use Skepticism Sunday to make sure that technology is used for good, not for evil.
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Network hashrate is 2.46 Gh/s
Single Ryzen 9 5900x pumps 12 Kh/s
It will take 205k Ryzens to 51% attack the network
Cost for CPUs is $72M @ $350 a piece
Roughly $35M for motherboards, transportation, other hardware, labour and electricity
So it costs around $107M to 51% attack Monero
… Which is roughly the amount that US Department of Defence spends on military every 30 minutes.
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