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cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/435152 > cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/435150 > > > cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/435149 > > > > > I want to find the most sustainable operating system, because computers nowadays waste a lot of energy, because of data collection and data processing. Avoiding unnecessary processes and using resources in a mindful way could reduce the CO2 output on the whole world. > > > > > > This discussion grew very fast and I put all links to other platforms in the end of the blog article.


cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/46443 > Old society is not going to leave the scene peacefully. They will go down kicking and screaming, until their last breath leeching energy and matter from the planet and all of us. When they die anyway, why should they let us survive? > > **So, should we have a SolarPunk warfare available to defend the planet (including ourselves) against "apres nous, le deluge" strategy of planet destroyers?** > > There was an attempt to create similar kind of warfare, within the ranks of US Army, of all imaginable places. **The 1st Earth Battalion**, if *not exactly* what we may imagine, was certainly planet-oriented. > https://web.archive.org/web/20110811190649/http://arcturus.org/field_manual.pdf > > So, what do you think of the initial question? And if we need it, do you know any examples that could help us answer it and, perhaps, develop the idea towards implementation?



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