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>>1612>science and scientists lost all credibility. Any claim is in doubt and needs independent assessment
That's what the peer review process is. Scientists review eachothers work all of the time. Sometimes they disagree, and sometimes they reaffirm studies.
It is understandable, but the framework laid to explain the physical world is amiss and with many loose ends..
>>1613>What kind of independent assessment? Who would do it?>These aren't studies observed by scientists; they're products made by engineers.
Let us see an example of independent assessment on science. Easily reproducible and ridiculous cheap.
If the experiment can be replicated, then all those "scientists" and "engineers" are making assumptions on the foundations of false theories. Let's watch.
>>1617>If the experiment can be replicated,
Do you really expect corporations to reveal the designs for their patented products? It's already hard enough to prevent chunks from stealing them.
I don't see the part where it implies demons are involved.
Even if they're keep secrets about methods, there's little evidence to suggest that it's anything special other than structural/material engineering on a small scale.
>>1610>Not really, tbh. Microstructures and material engineering drastically multiply surface area.>hard drives having insane capacities
That is what we are told. Closer inspection of a mechanic arm and its magnetic reader put in doubt the "scientific" narrative.
>>1643>Closer inspection of a mechanic arm and its magnetic reader put in doubt the "scientific" narrative.
What are you talking about?
I think anon was talking about square surface, track's dimensions, and surface's properties to storage digital data; plus the capacity of the magnetic reader to discriminate among tracks.
What does that have to do with demons?
I believe it is about fake science not able to perform as published and therefore something fishy inside the hardware.
Saying it's demons is still jumping to conclusions.
True, but a valid theory nevertheless.
A theory is based on evidence and testing. That's just a hypothesis.
>>1690>A theory is based on evidence and testing
Evidence shows that behind the eyes limitations there is another realm and the beings living there my cross to ours under certain conditions and cause physical manifestations.
There's still no evidence to suggest that record players are somehow powered by demons, let alone testing.
Okay, I understand now. You are an atheist and cannot see.
I didn't say that, nigger. I am naturally skeptical of ideas that suggest that my phone is powered by demons.>cannot see
Nobody can "see" that sort of thing, retard. It's not exoteric knowledge, it's esoteric: it is not empirical evidence that you can see. So when you say you have "evidence" of it, please explain what evidence it is you have, because that would be fascinating.
I'm sure that crazy abomination is not joking.
This is why I'm not an organ donor.
Ironically, this was written by a black guy.
>>1845>a nugget in space.
Nobody told him that space is a hoax.
reject modernity, return to single celled organism
Reject modernity. Return to stardust.
Living pod from the Cyberpunk 2020 book.
What does /cyb/ think of biohacking?
Tranny meme. It'll only he cool if it can be weaponized to turn my enemies into pony waifus.
Why would you consider the technology that can improve human cognition and athletic ability to be a tranny meme? I understand there are a lot of troons in the biohacking scene and that a lot of that stuff is over hyped but that tech is making leaps and bounds. That technology could be very useful and it's biotech that isn't in the hands of major pharmaceutical companies, surely that is something good.
Also with more major advancements it could be used for pony waifu.
I think it's interesting enough to warrant it's own thread, if you have anything to say about it.
/cyb/ will sacrifice anything to the altar of progress. Take a guess.
/cyb/ is not one person. Also, what makes you say that? Everyone here is /mlpol/.
I'm not terribly familiar with it, but it I only ever inadvertently stumble across it when it's some random tranny wanting a robot pussy or something. People who are unhappy about their biology and use transhumanism as an autistic cope.>That technology could be very useful and it's biotech that isn't in the hands of major pharmaceutical companies, surely that is something good.
I just don't trust it and I can only see it being used against my race.>>1956
Sounds kind of like a fantasy buzzword to me, but I admittedly know quite little about it. Genetic engineering takes years, but I guess with advancements in tech it could some day be done quite rapidly.
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You know you can buy some of the equipment online, right? Like you can get an open source EEG for $200 or a tDCS device for around $100. It's something anyone can do and it's not terribly expensive.
I really doubt trannies would get any good use of it until well after it's widely implemented. It's more likely to be used for medicine and crop production.
Would it be feasible to make pony waifus within our lifetime?
If all necessary resources, funding, researchers and attention were allocated towards it and all ethical standards and obstacles were bulldozed, plausibly.
I'm surprised that I don't see more bronies on alogs.space/robowaifu. Seems like quadruped sexbots would solve a lot of engineering problems.
I've been watching some Cowboy Bebop lately: the setting has every planet in the solar system fully terraformed and inhabited by peaceful, agrarian rural societies by 2070. It's fantasy, but it's also pretty nice.
Environments are so messy in Cowboy Bebop and I think it's interesting that old people react to it with "omg this world feels so organic and lived in and natural" while younger people react with "jesus christ doesnt anyone clean in this universe? Why is everyone a fucking junkie? Christ some kid's playing the harmonica in a smoking room".
Cowboy Bebop is the best thing Japan ever made.
I get why small viruses aren't considered life but I just don't understand why giant viruses are considered nonliving while intracellular oblobigate bacteria like rickettsia are considered to be alive.
It's not really a question of size, but functionality. Viruses have no capability to reproduce on their own, and no biologica funtions other than to stick to and infect host cells. They technically can't even move on their own. They don't move, breed, eat, breath or fuck: they're better described as objects than living things; plausibly the vestige of some bygone cell-signalling method gone horribly wrong.
>>2158>Viruses have no capability to reproduce on their own, and no biologica funtions other than to stick to and infect host cells.
This is is also true of intracellular obligate bacteria.>They don't move, breed, eat, breath or fuck: they're better described as objects than living things; plausibly the vestige of some bygone cell-signalling method gone horribly wrong.
Giant viruses have all the nessicary genes for metabolism.
>>2170>have all the nessicary genes for metabolism.
What? What kinds of metabolic functions do they even have? Do they have any catabolic or anabolic activities?
"schi-fi"? I don't understand the joke.
The joke is that the board is full of schizos. Schizophrenia starts with /sch/.
"Storing explosions and taking them home to put them somewhere more useful" indeed. We can get hydrogen from places far less dangerous than the sun.