Most Lethal #9


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What are the 10 most lethal animals to humans and what are the 10 most lethal actions humans do to computers?

Either through ignorance or carelessness millions of humans die by these 10 animals and as well millions of computers are destroyed through ignorance or carelessness by these 10 actions by humans.

9th

position of the cause of most humans death is:

africa-cape-buffaloThe Cape Buffalo weighs 1.5 tons and, when it perceives it is faced by danger, whether real or not, attack head on with razor sharp horns.  They stand up to 1.7 metres high (5 feet 7 inches) and are 2.8 metres long (9 feet).  Humans are virtually its only predator and even lions will avoid crossing their path. Every year the Cape Buffalo is known to maul and kill over 200 humans; many years they kill more humans in Africa than any other creature.

Precautions: For whatever insane reason you would want to,  always approach the herd from down wind. Their sense of smell and hearing is amazing. If they smell you or hear you they will perceive you as a threat and become upfront and personal with you in no time at full gallop. Your vehicle should be in top condition,  ready and facing for a quick getaway or it too will be throughly customized by the bulls! 🙂

9th

position of the cause of most computer destruction is:

overloaded truckPurchasing a computer that is underpowered for their needs. Computer manufacturers build computers for three types of usage; casual usage, daily usage and high visibility usage. To make it clearer, casual usage is when your computer is like your bicycle in the garage or like when your exercise equipment that is stashed in the closet is found broken, it’s sad but no big deal!  Daily usage is like your car which is part of your life. When it brakes down your life becomes very stressful and you need it fixed yesterday!  High visability is like the portable computer in the ER at the hospital that monitors life support during an operation. When it fails everybody knows about it and as time goes on even more interesting people are going to find out! The term “home computer” is another way of saying “casual usage“.  “Business computer” is another way of saying “daily usage“.  “Workstation or server” is another way of say “high visibility”.  Is there a difference in cost? YES ! The cost pretty much matches the warranty.  Computers with a 1 year warranty are build with parts expected to terminate in 1 year and cost under $1,000 complete.  “Business computers” have  generally a 3 year warranty and are built with parts expected to terminate after 3 to 6 years and cost (depending the quality of the internal components) $1500 to $2500. “High Visibility” have full scale support and failure monitoring with backup and redundancy.  Depending on their application start at $3,000 and up, with no limit! 

Precautions:  Whatever you think you need, purchase the next one up in your category of usage. Repairs and service are always more expensive then if you had chosen the better quality first.  How do I choose a computer?  I build it myself according to training and specifications given by Intel.

How do I choose the components?  The way I would want my vehicle’s components to operate if it was parked down wind from a herd of cape buffalo and I was running to it with the stampeding herd right behind me 🙂

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Most Lethal #8

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Most Lethal # 10

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