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Let's get this board moving.
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Anonymous
No.2148
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".
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>>2147
Cowboy Bebop is the best thing Japan ever made.
Anonymous
No.2152
>>2149
It is a good show.
Anonymous
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>>2136
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.
Anonymous
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>>2157
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.
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>>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.
Anonymous
No.2171
>>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?
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>>2195
"schi-fi"? I don't understand the joke.
Anonymous
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>>2196
The joke is that the board is full of schizos. Schizophrenia starts with /sch/.
Anonymous
No.2198
>>2197
Nice joke!
"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.
Anonymous
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No.2379
What really happens when you click I'm not a robot verification.mp4
What really happens when you click "I'm not a robot" verification button.
Anonymous
No.2394
Do you think JEWISH NIGGER BOTS are going to be a thing one day? Just niggering along with swinging arms and spinning hands going "BEEP BOOP, I AM A NIGGER. TAKE ME TO YOUR WHITE WOMEN". It plays shitty rap out of every orfice in its body at once. It runs into walls. It runs into people and attacks them and calls the cops on them if they can't be beat by the niggerbot. Nobody can hack the program to make it hate niggers.
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On the Esoteric Aspects of Technology.
Anonymous
No.2396
>>2395
What is it that suggests demons are waveforms?
Anonymous
No.2397
>>2395
The idea is unsettling and the implications on modern technology are obvious.
Reeeeeeeeeeeee
Anonymous
No.2398
>>2395
That face looks cool. Got any more shit like that?
Anonymous
No.2399
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>>2395
>the intersection of computer technology and what we knot about demons suggests that demons are waveforms
yeah, I'm gonna need a source on that because that sounds pretty fake and gay.
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>>2399
>that sounds pretty fake and gay
The proof is evident and pretty straightforward. Everything that manifest into the physical realm has an associated waveform, a crude example of that is the intrinsic resonance of all matter.
Physics and Magick 101.
Anonymous
No.2401
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>>2400
Associated waveform of what? What is creating the wave? What is the frequency of this wave? What is happening enough to show a frequency at all?

You're not using words that are commonly defined, you're using words from Deepak Chopra and getting smug that we don't understand your gobbledygook.
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>>2401
>You're not using words that are commonly defined
I'm sorry, I don't have the proper reference at hand but I found something that might help.

>Resonant Frequencies
>Every physical system has a resonant frequency.
https://julianstaylor.medium.com/resonant-frequencies-584fdd5ccb91

>Explained: AS350 Eurocopter Helicopter Self-Destructs - 1:29 long
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FeXjhUEXlc

>Helicopter Tested to Destruction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcdYIkrQVzA

The above gives you a glimpse on the mundane scale, the Earth has its own frequency at macro scale, and going to the micro scale we enter into the electric semiconductors' realm where funny things begin to happen. Suffice to say that if demonic activity can be felt, then that presence must be accompanied by a resonance, also the inverse might be valid.
Anonymous
No.2403
2404
>>2402
Thanks anon, I guess I'll look into it this week. Also, forgot to mention, I'm not the anon who said it was fake and gay. I'm genuinely interested in the possibility, just not convinced yet.
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>>2403
Remember, vibration (resonance) is energy manifested in many forms. Look at the graphic for the whole spectrum.
Anonymous
No.2405
2406
>>2395
>>2400
>Everything that's a wave is spiritual.
In the days of the birth of the internet a group of people did an experiment to banish any demons (paranormal/spiritual beings) from hardware/software. Things crashed and the connection cut before the planet wide banishment occurred fully.
There is correlation of spiritual matters and material matters that's been known for ages.
>>2402
>Waves can do cool stuff.
Like matter and waveforms, beings that are spiritual do also exhibit those qualities barring the stranger ones but those ones aren't a concern right now.
What can be tested is physical effects of stuff made of matter behaving differently when compared to matter that has such beings and when compared to matter in a zone designed to block such beings.
A huge issue is accounting for all the variables and errors.
There's much more than just String Theory but also Spiritual.
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>>2405
To clarify pinning everything as demons (or anything spiritual) be physical waveforms is a stretch without any evidence.
What is known is that the physical and genuinely spiritual do interact.
Anonymous
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>>2406
>is a stretch without any evidence
Sure, I agree. That said, intuition and telepathy lack evidence too, and yet we feel and even use them everyday.
Anonymous
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>>2407
Intuition is just pattern recognition passed down between generations.
Anonymous
No.2410
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>>2408
Not quite.
Intuition doesn't depend on the senses, and can alert on something happening remotely. Some people have it, some don't.
Anonymous
No.2419
2420
>>1488
I second >>1493 over there in respecting your digits and congratulating you on an absolutely fantastic post.

I'm trying to work through a certain kind of religion-related thing here, and I'm seeing a ton of new layers to just about every idea. Your post really hits the spot on a number of angles and made connections in my head that I'd never made before. Thanks for that.
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No.2420
>>2419
>Your post really hits the spot on a number of angles
1-4-8-8
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Top 50 websites. November 2022.
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Dividing by 0 (zero) with a 1950 calculator.
Anonymous
No.2539
>>2538
I believe it is the same mechanism used by other mechanical brands, the machine goes crazy for 2 or 3 minutes and returns ERROR printed in red ink, if I remember well.
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>>2542
Was the monkey alive? this is some nightmare shit.
Anonymous
No.2544
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>>2542
This is what happens when money mixes with science, all the moral boundaries are jettisoned in a blink.
Anonymous
No.2545
2546 2547
>>2543
>>2544
They already wired multiple monkey brains together to have them do things. And it worked, the brains (monkeys) were able to cooperate on tasks. That was about ten or so years ago.
>>2542
Sounds roughly correct for what they're aiming for.
Anonymous
No.2546
2547
>>2545
I think the point is to create coherent messages from neural networks. It's pretty groundbreaking for the future of cybernetics and/or other computation. Being able to translate an image from electrodes hooked to brainwaves is a pretty big deal. Those images are clearly faces, and recognizably monkey faces (the dark eyeholes, pronounced browline and pale face surrounded by darker colors are a dead giveaway): the machine was able to interpret images from the monkey's memory and imagination by analyzing the part of its brain that produces abstract thoughts.
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No.2547
2555 2556
>>2545
They were alive then?
>>2546
Fuck that shit, its so dystopic and you are simping for it.. i don't want these faggots to be able to read thoughts.
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Anonymous
No.2555
>>2547
>you are simping for it..
Learn to read, faggot. What part of my post said that I approved of this? I said it was a breakthrough, not that it's good.
>i don't want these faggots to be able to read thoughts
Well, it looks like they already can, to a certain extent.
Anonymous
No.2556
>>2547
>They were alive then?
Yes, or at least mostly alive. If they were dead they wouldn't have thoughts to read.
Anonymous
No.2557
>>2410
A lot of that is retroactive confirmation bias, a subconscious coping method that helps people deal with the unknown and unrelenting chaos of the Clownworld we live in.
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Ahem.
I'm sure most of (you) have no idea what are these.
Anonymous
No.2576
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>>2575
I remember cassettes.
Anonymous
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>>2576
And this?
Anonymous
No.2581
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>>2577
That I am too young to remember.
Anonymous
No.2582
>>2581
It's the dad of the cassette. It was called tape magazine if I remember well.
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No.2590
>>2589
And that's the irony frens.
Stupidity is innate and not amount of information or education will make it go away.
Anonymous
No.2591
>>2589
Saved.
Anonymous
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>>2616
>$2999
>in the 80s
>with just enough processing power to play games like Berzerk
My god, computers used to be stupidly inaccessible. Really puts things into perspective doesn't it?
Anonymous
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2619 2624
>>2617
Look at the 2 docks for diskettes. WOW!
Anonymous
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2620 2622
>>2618
Two whole floppies. Wasn't Doom too big for one?
Anonymous
No.2620
2621
>>2619
>Wasn't Doom too big for one?
I never used diskettes for games, only to load D.O.S.
Anonymous
No.2621
>>2620
And AutoCAD 9 and 11.
Anonymous
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>>2619
>Doom
Anonymous
No.2623
>>2622
>Please do not lower my polygon count
>Actually, I prefer my low polygon count now, thank you
Postal Brain Damaged is fun if you like modern boomershooters, btw, I enjoyed it a lot
Anonymous
No.2624
>>2618
>2 docks for diskettes
Giving it a second look, those are the first 5 inches diskettes, later came the 3 inches ones with more capacity. That machine is a true dinosaur.
Anonymous
No.2625
2626
>>2616
>start at $2999
Which was a toy for a kid, to run any serious program the bells and whistles were required, jumping to $5000.
Anonymous
No.2626
2627
>>2625
To be fair, in 1983 there wasn’t really a dedicated market for gaming PCs. Early personal computers were like early cell phones, in that most people who bought them were either professionals who needed them for some legitimate business reason, or else rich consoomers who just wanted to own the latest gadget. Games for PCs existed but they were super primitive and mostly text based. Video game culture was still mainly in the arcades. I think home consoles also started appearing at this time. Either way, only serious geeks owned home computers for gaming, and most gamers were also programmers. The Commodore 64 was the most popular rig for this type of hobbyist, and that was much more reasonably priced.
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>>2626
>Video game culture was still mainly in the arcades.
That machine, in vanilla configuration, could run only games in the Pong category.
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The mystery if Pi.
In the video the following statement: “Where ever there is Pi, there is a hidden circle.”
Interesting thought in regards to Pi and the ECM.
An apparent mystery for physics and math fags.

>The most unexpected answer to a counting puzzle
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEfHFsfGXjs
Anonymous
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>dependencies
No matter what language you program in or what applications you use: everything you do with a computer today is powered at some level by a piece of C/C++ code.
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>>2701
>India went to the moon
>turbo bullshit
Do you realize that India just re-discovered the long lost NASA's technologies?
Anonymous
No.2703
2705
>>2702
That's not even the same technology. Landing a rocket on the moon is a lot easier than putting a person on it.
Also it's not "long lost". It was just dismantled due to lack of continued interest/funding.
Anonymous
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>>2701
Anonymous
No.2705
>>2703
>That's not even the same technology.
It is all the same tech, even old and contemporary. A rocket with gyro assisted guidance,
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https://youtu.be/8FJ8pTK8N8I?si=FZQkCamIzKylfBTR
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>>2706
Based AM trolling the fleshborn
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No.2733
Spoilered
>>2732
That's a nice image macro. Tells a nice educational story with user engagement.
Also visually striking and appealing composition.
10/10
Anonymous
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Laugh
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No.2767
>>2766
>second pic
Most self aware and intelligent redditor.
Anonymous
No.2768
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>>2766
>more smarter
Anonymous
No.2769
>>2768
>more smarte
That's why he has an IQ of 82 and I'm suspecting his incoming is coming from affirmative action's privileges.
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Footage of the annular eclipse in the western United States:
https://vxtwitter.com/nasa/status/1713232586590330923?s=46&t=XP7FxtdAj1hfcxhqXleA9g
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>>2790
Weird shadows
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>>2790
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>>2790
It was partial where I am. It could be viewed through about 4 pairs of sunglasses, or a welding mask. You could see it pretty well, but cameras would always only show a circular sun.
Anonymous
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>>2790
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>>2688
This humongous potential to cash on freeloaders.
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>>2793
WTF is that?
Anonymous
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..in the years 1950-1951, the A. C. Gilbert Company distributed the Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Lab, a toy kit allowing kids to make nuclear reactions at home using actual radioactive material. It was taken off the shelves in 1951.
Anonymous
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>>2805
>they actually gave kids radioactive materials to play with
>taken off the shelf one year later
Top kek.
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>>2836
>zoomers
Avoid like the plague. And never hire them.
Anonymous
No.2838
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>>2837
>don't hire the next generation
Absolute boomer logic.
Also
>zoomers
Those kids are gen alpha. Zoomers are in their late teens and mid 20s.
Anonymous
No.2839
2840
>>2838
>don't hire the next generation
That's right. Phonefags deserve their phone.
Anonymous
No.2840
2841
>>2839
What does that even mean? Zoomers aren't the only people who own phones. Boomers have them too.
>That's right.
So just let society collapse. Great.
Boomers will say this shit and then have a cow when their social security gibs aren't being maintained.
Anonymous
No.2841
2842 2843
>>2840
1- I'm not a zoomer
2- I've zero gibs
3- I never owned a smartphone or TV
4- For my own experience, I positively know that zoomer are slimy trash.
Anonymous
No.2842
2845
>>2841
Zoomers are just people born after a certain time period. I don't think millennials or boomers are any better.
>I'm not a zoomer
What are you then?
>For my own experience
Anecdote. Cool.
Anonymous
No.2843
>>2841
>1- I'm not a zoomer
1b- I'm not a boomer either
Anonymous
No.2845
2846
>>2842
>Anecdote. Cool.
Yep. I've got burnt by those entitled zoomers more than once. Avoid.
Anonymous
No.2846
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>>2845
>I've got burnt by those entitled
I could say the same about boomers, millennials and gen x.
That aside, the kids in the video are too young to be zoomers. Zoomers are in their 20s.
It's gen alpha that doesn't know how computers work, because nobody taught them.
Anonymous
No.2847
2848 2849
>>2846
>I could say the same about boomers, millennials and gen x.
Yeah, but the zoomer unique characteristic is that they are good for nothing and a drag, almost like a woman.
Anonymous
No.2848
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>>2847
>unique characteristic
Elaborate.
Anonymous
No.2849
>>2847
What generation are you?
Anonymous
No.2850
2851 2852
>>2848
They have no initiative or independent thought to face challenges, meaning they have zero value as troubleshotters. They behave like actual niggers looking the time for ending their shift and have no interest into get involved in their job. I'll hire a foreigner every time, sorry.
Anonymous
No.2851
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>>2850
>They have no initiative or independent thought to face challenges
The oldest zoomers just got out of college. They're starting small businesses and entrepreneurship at a rate not seen in decades.
Anonymous
No.2852
2853
>>2850
You realize that most foreign workers are also zoomers, right?
Anonymous
No.2853
2855 2856
>>2851
>They're starting small businesses and entrepreneurship at a rate not seen in decades.
Sure, with a capital not of their own. See? Zoomers have it too cushy too begin with, that said, their prospects too make their business work is bleak, the market is not as it was. This is a service economy and not a one for producing goods any longer. So, yes, in this market zoomers are heading for utter economic failure.
>>2852
>You realize that most foreign workers are also zoomers, right?
Not at all, and the difference in attitude towards a job is like day and night.
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>>2837
>He hates young people
Lol, lmao even
Anonymous
No.2855
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>>2853
>with a capital not of their own
That's not even close to true. Venture capital has all but dried up for this generation. Boomers screwed the economy and millennials spent the rest on avocado toast.
>the market is not as it was
And who caused that?
Zoomers have only been working full time for a couple years at most. They didn't make the economy what it is.
>This is a service economy
You can thank millennials and gen x for that, after the boomers screwed them.
>the difference in attitude towards a job
Zoomer isn't an attitude: it's an age. Everyone born within a certain time period is a zoomer.
Anonymous
No.2856
>>2853
What gen are you?
Anonymous
No.2857
2858
>>2855
>Zoomer isn't an attitude: it's an age.
Sure, but modern kids are not the same than before. The stench of weed and the associated moral relaxation comes to my mind. Avoid.
Anonymous
No.2858
2859 2860
>>2857
>The stench of weed
Oh don't give me that. Boomers were the hippie generation and made weed popular; same goes for every gen until the turn of the millennium. Gen Z has the least weed of any generation, because they've lived their entire lives while weed was legal.
>moral relaxation
Moral relaxation that boomers caused with their sexual revolution and destruction of the family unit, followed by waves of multiculturalism.
Gen X is the first Gen to actually have a shift to the right. They're also far less likely to have casual sex compared to the last three generations.
Anonymous
No.2859
>>2858
>legal
illegal
Anonymous
No.2860
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>>2858
>Oh don't give me that.
I do.
Anonymous
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Talking about zoomer character.
Anonymous
No.2862
>>2860
Gen Z has less weed consumers than every generation before it.
Anonymous
No.2863
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>>2861
How is it that zoomers would have lower testosterone than their parents if they're born from the same blood?
It's boomers who consume all of the T-boosting meds, because they can't come to terms with the fact that they're getting old.
Anonymous
No.2866
2867
>>2863
>It's boomers who consume all of the T-boosting meds
I wouldn't step on the pharmaceutical field for an answer, but the indoctrinational one instead. Zoomers have been under communist brainwashing for many years and the intensity is increasing. There is a correlation with the manifested judaism in a given society and the rate of moral disintegration.
Anonymous
No.2867
>>2866
That has nothing to do with hormone levels.
>Zoomers have been under communist brainwashing for many years
That the last three generations enabled and perpetuated.
Zoomers are the generation that is forced to deal with the final consequences of the world that boomers created.
>There is a correlation with the manifested judaism
I will once again cite how boomers worship Israel.
>moral disintegration
Caused by hippie boomers with their sexual revolution and enabling faggots to spread.

Gen Z is only starting: they're all 15-25, and they hardly have anything to work with due to the state of the economy and social fabric of the world.
Anonymous
No.2868
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Anonymous
No.2869
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>>2868
>unreal levels of entitled boomer
Well, I admit I saw that kind before. Luckily I could leave before I punched that faggot in the face.
Anonymous
No.2870
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Anonymous
No.2871
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Lead paint.
Interesting….could this be correct?
Anonymous
No.2874
2875
>>2871
Unlikely. A thin coating of lead paint isn't going to block anything. It's not solid lead, just particles of it. The lead shields they use for X rays and radiation therapy are solid pieces of lead, not paint. The "certain frequencies can't penetrate" thing seems like total BS too, since he doesn't cite whatever frequencies are blocked by paint.
EM waves would also still penetrate through the windows and other parts of houses. You would need a thick dome of lead to completely protect your house from EM waves.
Lead is actually very, very poisonous, and you don't want even a little bit of it inside of you because it causes severe brain damage. It was marketed heavily to be put into things unnecessarily because it was a byproduct in the production of silver, and the silver refiners needed to find a way to get rid of and profit from it. It nearly rendered an entire generation of people retarded.

It's just stupid clickbait tier bullshit.
Anonymous
No.2875
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>>2874
>A thin coating of lead paint isn't going to block anything. It's not solid lead, just particles of it.
I heard that microwave antennas can be blocked with silver paint which contain aluminum particles. At least the low power ones
Anonymous
No.2876
2877
>>2875
That's not the kind of paint that was used in houses.
Also, that's just microwaves.
What frequencies are actually blocked by houses with lead paint?
Anonymous
No.2877
2878
>>2876
>That's not the kind of paint that was used in houses.
Correct. But the principle is the same. Metallic particles blocking or at least degrading the signal. I guess that an experiment might be done surrounding a router with a cardboard painted with silver paint.
Anonymous
No.2878
2879
>>2877
>But the principle is the same
It's not really. Just because one kind of wave is blocked by another paint in a different context does not mean that lead paint blocks anything in any notable capacity. Silver is not lead, and the amount of metal in it isn't the same.
Lead paint was removed because rendering the taxpaying population retarded was hurting productivity, and to this day a lot of old lead paint and pipes still remain, and kids raised in those conditions are still being gimped because its not convenient for the government to do anything to stop it.
>surrounding a router with a cardboard painted with silver paint.
Messing with a routers would be the same as shielding an entire house. You would need to get the type of device that the elites supposedly want penetrating the building, build two identical houses (one with lead paint, one without), and tap both of the houses with the device and see if the lead paint has any meaningful impact.
Anonymous
No.2879
2881
>>2878
>would
*would not
Anonymous
No.2880
2886
>>2871
You know they sell metal tape. As in strips of metal with sticky stuff you can by and cover a very sizable room making a faraday cage relatively cheaply.
Did you know you can just buy powdered metals.
Or now metal artwork that is metal and wouldn't draw any attention?
You can buy loads of lead is various forms. It's soft and pliable, easy to fix components attaching wires ect. Going into the air.
Like most things it also degrades.
Microwave ovens arn't made of lead.
So while the point of removing lead from paint is the safety hazard because of deteriorating mental stability.
And it's after the wave of lead boosted gas, which I might add did increase efficiency by a large margin, that scared a nation of being poisoned by wide spread 'accepted' things.
Asbestos, radiation ect ect.

Just get tons of scrap metal. Or live in a cargo crate, those are options too.
There's rebar and metal walk ways are surprisingly affordable. It could cost as much as needed for peace of mind.
Anonymous
No.2881
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>>2879
>would not
All right, I found the answer:
https://emfacademy.com/emf-paint/
Anonymous
No.2882
2883
>>2881
That's not lead paint.
Anonymous
No.2883
2884
>>2882
>That's not lead paint.
WOW. Did you read all that in less than 45 seconds?
Anonymous
No.2884
2885
>>2883
No, I've just heard of this stuff before, and I know it's not made of lead.
The lead paint that was taken out of circulation isn't sufficient as shielding paint.
Anonymous
No.2885
2887 2889
>>2884
>The lead paint that was taken out of circulation isn't sufficient as shielding paint.
I'm sure of that, but it degrades the signal for sure.
Anonymous
No.2886
>>2880
Faraday Cages require specific materials and angle-of-approach calculations in order to determine which wavelengths can be protected against. For a single room to be entirely shielded you would need an external layer of high carbon (stainless) steel, then extruded aluminum, 99% copper, >95% lead, and an internal layer of low carbon steel sheeting, all of at least 1/20" thickness that completely encloses the walls and ceiling with no gaps.

Would be much more efficient to create a small, selective 'safe' of sorts to shield specific devices.. unless you need a neutron-protected bunker.
Anonymous
No.2887
2888
>>2885
>but it degrades the signal for sure
... No?
Where did you hear that it degrades the signal? By what margin does it do that?
Anonymous
No.2888
2889 2890
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>>2887
>Where did you hear that it degrades the signal? By what margin does it do that?
Would you mind to do a quick research? Perhaps starting with >>2881 ?
Anonymous
No.2889
2891
>>2885
Lead paint only contains a tiny amount of lead for color, and doesn't provide any kind of shielding or degrade the signal.
Heck, the wood/brick wall would degrade the signal more than the traces of lead in the paint.
>>2888
That's not lead paint. That's specially made shielding paint with large amounts of shielding materials in it.
Anonymous
No.2890
>>2888
>fat fetish pic
Anonymous
No.2891
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>>2889
>That's specially made shielding paint with large amounts of shielding materials in it
Aha! And the shielding materials are...?
Anonymous
No.2892
2893
>>2891
Not lead, as per the article.
You need to have a high density of material for shielding materials to do anything at all. Tiny traces of lead do nothing.
Anonymous
No.2893
2894 2897
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>>2892
>You need to have a high density of material for shielding
Would you mind to list them then?
Anonymous
No.2894
2895
>>2893
They're in the same article you posted, ffs.
Anonymous
No.2895
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>>2894
MFW a retarded tries to look smart.
Anonymous
No.2896
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>>2895
Lmao. Now you're just projecting.
You've been saying that poisonous lead was taken off the market just because it could potentially distort certain EMF waves (it can't,; it doesn't have enough lead), when all the non-toxic shielding paints are still on the market.
Anonymous
No.2897
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>>2893
Most EMF paints are made with graphene/graphite as their blocking material.
Anonymous
No.2898
2900
>>2896
>You've been saying that poisonous lead was taken off the market just because it could potentially distort certain EMF waves
1- Lead being poisonous is still for debate
2- There is a reason antenna's protections are made with fiber glass and not painted polymers.
Anonymous
No.2899
2902
>>2897
>Most EMF paints are made with graphene/graphite as their blocking material
It might, but I doubt that is the main active component because is way too expensive.
Anonymous
No.2900
2901
>>2898
>1- Lead being poisonous is still for debate
How? Who is it that contests that lead is poisonous?
Is that what you're saying?
>2- There is a reason antenna's protections are made with fiber glass and not painted polymers.
What's that have to do with lear paint?
Anonymous
No.2901
2904
>>2900
>What's that have to do with lear paint?
Not exclusively with lead paint, but with many paints containing metals.
Anonymous
No.2902
2903
>>2899
EMF paint is expensive.
And yes, it is the main blocking ingredient. Look at the article posted above.
Anonymous
No.2903
2905
>>2902
Dude, as a analogy you can understand. A pharmaceutical pill weights perhaps 0,1 gram, but the active drugs is not more than 0,001 gram.
Anonymous
No.2904
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>>2901
Other non-toxic metals haven't been removed from paint, so that's a moot point.
And lead paint doesn't have enough lead paint to block signals.

Want to test it? Acquire some 1970s lead paint (not hard if you know where to look) and cover a router with a cardboard box painted with it: see absolutely no difference.
Anonymous
No.2905
2906
>>2903
Drug terminology does not apply to paint.
Anonymous
No.2906
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>>2904
>>2905
Okay. You are right.
Anonymous
No.2907
2908
>>2906
I guess that's that then.

Idk if I can convince you that lead will fuck you up, but it really is toxic, and I pray for your children if you raise them in a house with it. Don't fall for stupid ticktock memes telling you to paint your house with it. If you want to block EMF waves, get EMF paint.
Anonymous
No.2908
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>>2907
>lead will fuck you up, but it really is toxic
I understand you point of view. The jewish TV told you so.
Anonymous
No.2909
2910
>>2908
Who told you otherwise?
Anonymous
No.2910
2912
>>2909
Researching anon. The more you dig, the more worms come out.
Anonymous
No.2911
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>>2908
Better start huffing in those soldering fumes bro.
Anonymous
No.2912
>>2908
What would Jews have to gain from telling people to that lead is poisonous? A company run by literal Jews marketed it for paint and pipes because they were looking for a profitable way to dispose of their industrial waste, and Americans paid the price.
>>2910
What research did you do?
Anonymous
No.2913
>>2908
>>2911
Also it'll make the water taste sweeter. Easy sugar substitute.
Anonymous
No.2914
>>2911
I don't even use lead solder (even though it works well) because my shitty job isn't worth compromising my health for a slight increase in efficiency.
Anonymous
No.2915
2916
>>2911
That's why you need to research anon. Ingestion is not the same than breathing. An analogy if you don't mind; serpent's venon is lethal if injected, but harmless if swallowed.
Anonymous
No.2916
2917
>>2915
Lead is poisonous no matter how you get it in your body.
There was a recent study analyzing the baby teeth of children in areas with lead pipes and it was found that lead was building up in their bodies and causing brain damage.
Anonymous
No.2917
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>>2916
>There was a recent study
Ah, the $$$ studies $$$. /s
Anonymous
No.2918
2920
>>2917
Okay, what's your source of information?
Anonymous
No.2919
>>2917
You said you researched, and yet your research didn't involve any studies?
Anonymous
No.2920
2921
>>2918
Sorry anon but I don't carry a database with me.
Anonymous
No.2921
2922
>>2920
I do.
Give me a name of the report and I'll read it right now, if you're really so certain of the validity of your "research".
Anonymous
No.2922
2923 2925 2929
>>2921
>I do.
Great, would you mind to research it then?
BTW, zog's sources don't count.
Anonymous
No.2923
2924
>>2922
What counts as "zog sources" then? Any source that says lead is toxic?
The only research I'm finding refuting the toxicity of lead are 1970'e propaganda funded by the silver refinery that was interested in selling lead.
Anonymous
No.2924
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>>2923
>What counts as "zog sources" then?
Are you even an anon?
Anonymous
No.2925
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>>2922
Tell me what counts as "ZOG" to you and I'll strike it from the search. There's a lot of research about lead toxicity from a lot of different sources.