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     3      3   <div>That issue has to be solved after Silktorrent as a software project is
     4         -complete. The thing to keep in mind with that project is that if one were to
     5         -create a simple, plain, screw in stead of a computer system, then one would
     6         -probably fail to do it without depending on others, without trading, because
     7         -metal for the screw either has to come from something recycled or has to be
     8         -bought from somebody else, unless one starts to think, how to mine iron ore and
     9         -process it, which is inaccessibly huge task and requires huge investments to
    10         -mining equipment or travelling. Therefore the <b>production of custom hardware
    11         -depends on free movement of physical goods</b>, which can be effectively
    12         -limited, as the Soviet Union era demonstrated. The 2. World War and Soviet
    13         -Union era also demonstrated that it is possible to hide/store equipment,
    14         -weapons, books, blue-black-white flags to areas, that are not bombed to the
    15         -ground. It is a FACT that by mere chance some of those items, including
    16         -functional firearms, survived even while being stored at people's homes.
    17         -Therefore before starting to develop any doomsday-custom-hardware, <b>"warm
    18         -summers of open trade-routes" must be used for storing electronic equipment for
    19         -surviving "foodless frozen winters of closed trade-routes"</b>. Electronic
    20         -equipment has to be literally stored in refrigerators to slow down the
    21         -diffusion within the components and at some point they have to be replaced with
    22         -new batches, both, for technical upgrade reasons and for replacing probably
    23         -"more diffused" components with "less diffused" components. To do that
    24         -economically the old equipment must be usable with modern software, which means
    25         -that the new software has to be very efficient to be able to run on the old
    26         -hardware. The first candidates for storing are various Raspberry Pi like
    27         -computers.</div>
            4  +complete.&nbsp;</div>
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           12  +<h1>Fundamental Requirements for Trade</h1>
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           14  +<div>The thing to keep in mind with that project is that if one were to create
           15  +a simple, plain, screw in stead of a computer system, then one would probably
           16  +fail to do it without depending on others, without trading, because metal for
           17  +the screw either has to come from something recycled or has to be bought from
           18  +somebody else, unless one starts to think, how to mine iron ore and process it,
           19  +which is inaccessibly huge task and requires huge investments to mining
           20  +equipment or travelling. Therefore the <b>production of custom hardware depends
           21  +on free movement of physical goods</b>, which can be effectively limited, as
           22  +the Soviet Union era demonstrated. The 2. World War and Soviet Union era also
           23  +demonstrated that it is possible to hide/store equipment, weapons, books,
           24  +blue-black-white flags to areas, that are not bombed to the ground. It is a
           25  +FACT that by mere chance some of those items, including functional firearms,
           26  +survived even while being stored at people's homes. Therefore before starting
           27  +to develop any doomsday-custom-hardware, <b>"warm summers of open trade-routes"
           28  +must be used for storing electronic equipment for surviving "foodless frozen
           29  +winters of closed trade-routes"</b>. Electronic equipment has to be literally
           30  +stored in refrigerators to slow down the diffusion within the components and at
           31  +some point they have to be replaced with new batches, both, for technical
           32  +upgrade reasons and for replacing probably "more diffused" components with
           33  +"less diffused" components. To do that economically the old equipment must be
           34  +usable with modern software, which means that the new software has to be very
           35  +efficient to be able to run on the old hardware. The first candidates for
           36  +storing are various Raspberry Pi like computers.<br>
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