All the apps require all the rights. If I do not give them the permissions they won't run. So I have no choice, I have no security then and I cannot store any valuable data on the phone.
Why the apps are lying they need global files access to only store their own data? I have found in some Android SDK doc they can store their own data even without global files access.
Other apps could provide functionality without that specific feature but they refuse to run at all unless they get all the permissions they ask for.
Even opening local files could be done safely by an Android-provided dialog box, without giving uncontrolled permissions to the whole disk.
The supercharger cables get warm but they charge at 150 kW. Tesla has been experimenting with some supercharger liquid cooling according to googling. But 90% is not just about the cable, probably most of those 10% is lost during the chemical charging of the battery itself. And Tesla battery HVAC runs on full power when the car is being supercharged.
I do not advocate the wireless charging itself, that is a non-sense IMO.
Do the editors know this >.< about the articles they approve?
A motion to adjourn is always in order.