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 No.930[Reply]

Surely we'll have more activity!
Pic related is crystals of Bismuth, the heaviest element with a 'stable' radioisotope Bismuth-209 decays with a half life of 1.9*10^19 years, lmao.
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 No.1076

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>>1075
>pic
Somehow I fixed its size.
>info
If I remember well, the kikes made up to 85% of that dictatorship.

 No.1077

>>1076
I have read that according to Pravda in 1936, (((they))) were less than 2% of the Soviet population, but 45% of the Politburo, and 80% of the NKVD--Stalin's death-squads, executioners and torturers.

 No.1087

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Intersection of realms.

 No.1090

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>>999
not bad, kid.



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 No.808[Reply]

Post some fucking plants
Pic is a dragon's blood tree (Dracaena cinnabari). They are named for the red sap that they produce and look like something out of a sci-fi movie. They are native to the socotra archipelago in Yemen.
The sap can be used for dyes, medication, lipstick, or varnish.
The densely packed crown of the tree provides shade to the trees roots and helps to prevent water from evaporating.
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 No.1034

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Ephedra is a genus of gymnosperm shrubs, the only genus in its family, Ephedraceae, and order, Ephedrales. The various species of Ephedra are widespread in many lands, native to southwestern North America, southern Europe, northern Africa, southwest and central Asia, northern China and western South America.

 No.1037

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Aloe Vera. For years, people have used the secretions of this plant to treat burns, cuts or superficial infections. It's great for digestion, also, if you take it with juice.

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Victoria amazonica is a species of flowering plant, the largest of the Nymphaeaceae family of water lilies. It is the National flower of Guyana

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Mimosa pudica is a creeping annual or perennial flowering plant of the pea/legume family Fabaceae and Magnoliopsida taxon, often grown for its curiosity value: the compound leaves fold inward and droop when touched or shaken, defending themselves from harm, and re-open a few minutes later.

 No.1089

>>1069
In Venezuela they grow these around nuclear power plants. If the plant's running particularly hot, they'll curl up. That means stay away.



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 No.1082[Reply]

>Engineer Makes a DIY Cell Phone With Rotary Dial So She Doesn’t Have to Use a Smartphone
>Justine Haupt has spent the last three years developing the old school device so that it can fit in her pocket, get better reception, and maintain a battery life of up to 30 hours.
>When she wrote about the retro cell phone on her blog, the website crashed from the sheer number of visitors clamoring to admire the retro gadget.
>“I never expected to go viral with this,” Haupt said. “I didn’t want to sell it at first but everyone was clamoring and I got so many emails from people begging to buy a phone, and (then) someone suggested I should make a kit.”
>Customers can buy the kit, which includes the circuit board and the 3D printed parts, from her company Sky’s Edge for $170—although they will have to source their own rotary dial.
>“Now I’m looking at making a more inclusive kit that will come with everything you need,” Haupt added.
https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/engineer-makes-cell-phone-with-rotary-dial/
http://www.justine-haupt.com/rotarycellphone/index.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us8Z4Pmr43U
Absolutely based cunt.

 No.1088

aesthetic as hell, I like it.



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 No.1050[Reply]

Post GNU/Linux related stuff here.
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 No.1078

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>UK police deny responsibility for poster urging parents to report kids for using Kali Linux
>The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has publicly said it has nothing to do with a misleading poster designed to put fear into the hearts of parents and urge them to call the police if their children are using Kali Linux.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/uk-police-distance-themselves-from-poster-warning-parents-to-report-kids-for-using-kali-linux/

 No.1079

>>1078
It's like fucking reverse Big Brother, christ.

 No.1080

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>>1078
>Discord of all programs
Goes to show how boomer the UK police are. How ironic.

 No.1081

>>1080
>how boomer the UK police are
>Discord
I don't think so.
There is a systematic campaign of State terrorism against their own people. Their method is harass and kidnap any British native dissenter of the establishment's narrative, while looking the other way and accommodate the invaders. That's treason.
Anyways, their end is every year closer as they and their masters are fueling a revolution, it won't be pretty.

 No.1086

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>Microsoft Defender for Linux is coming. This is what you need to know
>Microsoft's security tools extend beyond the company's own platforms. While the ambition for Defender for Linux is broad, the first preview is aimed just at servers and does less than on Windows.
https://www.techrepublic.com/article/microsoft-defender-for-linux-is-coming-this-is-what-you-need-to-know/



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 No.912[Reply]

Post some cool materials. Pic related is aerogel. An ultra light material derived from gel that has had the liquid component replaced with gas.
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 No.1044

Chinking & Daubing. Never forget what the hoers have done for the Burgers.

https://youtu.be/8oYpQ4qCSj8

A dirt/clay mixed with dried grass, dried horse manure, and dried bark to be smooshed with a larger filler material in between two logs of the temporary log cabin.

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 No.1067

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Silicon nanotubes are nanoparticles which create a tube-like structure from silicon atoms. As with silicon nanowires, they are technologically important due to their unusual physical properties, which differ fundamentally to those of bulk silicon. First reports on silicon nanotubes appeared around the year 2000.

 No.1083

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>Roddenberry was right: transparent aluminum exists and is ridiculously strong: 1.6 inches can stop a .50 cal.
>Friction-stir welding, apparently invented in 1991, can join non-ferrous metals without the use of filler
>"High-entropy" alloys are extremely tough and can resist both fracture and deformation like nothing else
>Tantalum and tungsten when doped into titanium create an effective yet lightweight radiation shield
>"Beta cloth" is impossible to cut and has successfully been used in an inflatable module for the ISS
>Composite materials being used in spacesuits are very impact resistant
https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/234925-the-state-of-the-art-in-applied-materials-in-space-explained

 No.1085

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Glassblower - Reactive Sculpture Piece



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 No.180[Reply]

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 No.215

I wonder, couldn't we move some of this discussion to /cyb/? This thread is pretty low-traffic, but so is that board.

 No.1056

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>Ring Doorbell App Packed with Third-Party Trackers
>Ring isn't just a product that allows users to surveil their neighbors. The company also uses it to surveil its customers.
>An investigation by EFF of the Ring doorbell app for Android found it to be packed with third-party trackers sending out a plethora of customers’ personally identifiable information (PII). Four main analytics and marketing companies were discovered to be receiving information such as the names, private IP addresses, mobile network carriers, persistent identifiers, and sensor data on the devices of paying customers.
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/01/ring-doorbell-app-packed-third-party-trackers

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>Leaked Documents Expose the Secretive Market for Your Web Browsing Data
>An Avast antivirus subsidiary sells 'Every search. Every click. Every buy. On every site.' Its clients have included Home Depot, Google, Microsoft, Pepsi, and McKinsey.
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/qjdkq7/avast-antivirus-sells-user-browsing-data-investigation

 No.1066

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Info: A real carbon fiber tumbler with temperature-sensitive, color-changing properties.

 No.1070

>>1066
That's pretty cool.



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 No.446[Reply]

Post geological formations, rocks, and anything geology or geoengineering related here.
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 No.1028

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Labradorite is a feldspar mineral of the plagioclase series that is most often found in mafic igneous rocks such as basalt, gabbro, and norite. It is also found in anorthosite, an igneous rock in which labradorite can be the most abundant mineral.

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Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock. Obsidian is produced when felsic lava extruded from a volcano cools rapidly with minimal crystal

 No.1036

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Amber is fossilized tree resin, which has been appreciated for its color and natural beauty since Neolithic times. Much valued from antiquity to the present as a gemstone, amber is made into a variety of decorative objects. Amber is used in jewelry. It has also been used as a healing agent in folk medicine.

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Azurite is a soft, deep-blue copper mineral produced by weathering of copper ore deposits. During the early 19th century, it was also known as chessylite, after the type locality at Chessy-les-Mines near Lyon, France.

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The Mariana Trench or Marianas Trench is located in the western Pacific Ocean about 200 kilometres east of the Mariana Islands; it is the deepest trench in the world. It is crescent-shaped and measures about 2,550 km in length and 69 km in width.



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 No.1062[Reply]

Cyberpunk Music Thread -- First edition.

What is Cyberpunk Music? Well there's two different ways to break this down.

Purist.
>The music must contain dark lyrical elements
>The music must contain electronic music and punk elements
>The music must be related to the advent of technology somehow
>The music must contain at least a few accessory elements of Cyberpunk culture, such as drug use and cyber crime.

Non-Purist
>The music must seem like it could emerge from the cyberpunk future
>The music must be (of ideas or expression) bold, new or experimental
>The ideas must be futuristic or experimental in nature, or relate to the strange relationship between technology and humans

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 No.1063

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>Judge Dredd
>Paul Leonard-Morgan "Mega City One" DREDD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fgb1ldZRVOY

 No.1064

>>1062
It's not my type of music but I gotta say, that album cover is badass.

 No.1065

>>1063
>unironically posts soundtrack music

I have never heard of someone shortcutting this hard



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 No.780[Reply]

https://archive.is/z7gJj
>The world's first human head transplant has been carried out on a corpse in China in an 18-hour operation that showed it was possible to successfully reconnect the spine, nerves and blood vessels.
>a team at Harbin Medical University had "realised the first human head transplant" and said an operation on a live human will take place "imminently".
>Although Russian computer scientist Valery Spiridonov, who suffers spinal muscular atrophy, had volunteered to become the first head transplant patient, the team have since said the first trial is likely to be carried out on someone who is Chinese, because the chance of a Chinese donor body will be higher.
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 No.1047

>>821
Well, we should look into why do we get Alzheimer's in the first place, in this dopamine-overloaded world of ours…

 No.1048

>>784
>Also, this begs the question: if cybernetics and general prosthetic tech get advanced enough, will it be possible for a person to just be a brain floating inside a completely artificial body within our lifetimes, if only at a very late stage?
Long story short:
<Will Ghost in the Shell be possible?

>>944
That also brings up what this Horsefucker was talking about: >>886 How else would they keep the body "alive" or preserved? If they prove that they CAN do this on anyone (With a likely enough chance of success, assuming that they body and head can be "compatible" and there won't be any rejection), how will they find donors? Will they choose from the vegetables on medical care? Will they snatch the homeless off the streets or offer it as a way to pay off your family's debt? If someone is signed up as an "organ donor", will they actually let the person die just so that someone else can live? How will it be determined who will get a head transplant and who doesn't? How will this effect reproduction? This opens an entire CHASM of ethical questions.

 No.1058

I wonder what came of this project. Haven't heard any news about it since 2 years ago.

 No.1059

>>1058
>Haven't heard any news about it since 2 years ago
That tells you everything you need to know.
It was a stunt to demonstrate the surgeon knife skills.



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 No.1049[Reply]

>A giant star is acting strange, and astronomers are buzzing
>The red giant Betelgeuse is the dimmest seen in years, prompting some speculation that the star is about to explode. Here's what we know.

>The constellation Orion is one of the most recognizable patterns in the night sky, visible around the world. But if you’ve looked at Orion recently and thought something seemed off, you’re not wrong: The giant red star Betelgeuse, which marks the hunter’s right shoulder, is the dimmest it’s been in almost a century.

>Normally, Betelgeuse is among the 10 brightest stars in the sky. However, the red giant began dimming in October, and by mid-December, the star had faded so much it wasn’t even in the top 20, Villanova University’s Edward Guinan reported in an Astronomer’s Telegram.

>To be clear, dimming alone isn’t all that odd for a star like Betelgeuse. It’s what’s known as a variable star, and its shifts in brightness have been closely studied for decades. However, it is unusual for one of the sky’s most prominent points of light to fade so noticeably, prompting scientists to consider the possibility that something more exciting could be about to happen: Betelgeuse might explode and die, briefly blazing brighter than the full moon before vanishing from our night sky forever.

>Huge, red stars like Betelgeuse live fast and die violently, exploding in stellar events called supernovae that are visible across vast distances. So, while Betelgeuse is a relatively young star—only about 8.5 million years old—astronomers know that it is nearing the end of its life.
>“The biggest question now is when it will explode in a supernova,” UC Berkeley’s Sarafina Nance, who studies Betelgeuse and stellar explosions, said on Twitter. “Disclaimer: I don't think it's going to explode any time soon,” she added during an interview with National Geographic. “But I am excited [for] when it does.”

>Recent studies suggest that the star will most likely explode within the next million years, and perhaps as soon as 100,000 years from now. Or … maybe Betelgeuse has already exploded and we have not yet seen it happen.

>It takes light from this star about 600 years to reach us, mePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.1052

If the star happens to go supernova within this thread's lifetime (which I seriously doubt), somebody better tell us so that we can hopefully see it ourselves.

 No.1053

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>>1049
>prompting scientists to consider the possibility that something more exciting could be about to happen
>astronomy
A science mostly based in observation, theories, speculation, and some degree of imagination.



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 No.753[Reply]

Tests have been done in the 60s.
(https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=rNzTBwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PA159&ots=IkAp9tmKDY&sig=2vMfeEsut8daKaQUyXdcJx9WcJQ#v=onepage&q&f=false)
Although, that's typical of the theory, there is application magnetically.
>Magnetism is found throughout the Universe. Magnetic fields are known to exist in planets, stars, accretion disks, the interstellar medium, galaxies and in active galactic nulcei (cf. the article on galactic magnetic fields). Often these magnetic fields are generated and maintained by magnetohydrodynamic dynamo action (e.g. the solar dynamo or planetary dynamos, which are described by hydromagnetic dynamo theory), and in many cases the magnetic field is dynamically dominant, determining the evolution of the object.
Topics studied within MHD include typical computational astrophysics topics, such as magneto-convection, MHD turbulence and hydromagnetic dynamo action. Typically, a multitude of intermittent magnetic structures are generated in such systems, e.g. magnetic flux tubes, loops, filaments and arcades. On the Sun and other stars, these magnetic structures may take the form of cool spots (sunspots) and magnetic bright points.
Magnetic structures can store enormous amounts of energy that may be released through reconnection of magnetic field lines (MHD reconnection) leading to solar flares and stellar or even galactic eruptions. It is in this way that the Sun causes storms in the heliospherical magnetic field and ultimately aurorae and space weather.
>In engineering MHD is employed to study, e.g., the magnetic behavior of plasmas in fusion reactors, liquid-metal cooling of nuclear reactors and electromagnetic casting.
>Topics studied within MHD include typical computational astrophysics topics, such as magneto-convection, MHD turbulence and hydromagnetic dynamo action. Typically, a multitude of intermittent magnetic structures are generated in such systems, e.g. magnetic flux tubes, loops, filaments and arcades. On the Sun and other stars, these magnetic structures may take the form of cool spots (sunspots) and magnetic brPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.812

>>753
/cyb/ should be brought back even if slow, I'd never heard of this before.

 No.813

>>812
Agreed, but it should be renamed to /scig/.

 No.1001

>>753
>>>/vx/66001 1893 Electrified Submarine. Seems it couldn't fly but could be a sub.

 No.1020

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>>753
You might like this OP.

>Air Force To Replace V-22 With Flying Cars, Suppressed Technology On Electrogravitics — Project Winterhaven About To Be Disclosed?

>A few years ago, while working on a story with a whistleblower on his death bed, a source who expanded on detailed facts of past American secret covert space projects separate from NASA, run out of the Department Of Defense, stated the U.S. Air Force previously had “electrogravitics technology.” The source went on to tell this writer about a military project that this author never knew existed called “Project Winterhaven” that was proposed in the 1930s and a leak decades later in the media in 1992 that was provided to an aviation magazine by engineers and scientists provided below.
https://www.activistpost.com/2019/09/air-force-to-replace-v-22-with-flying-cars-suppressed-technology-on-electrogravitics-project-winterhaven-about-to-be-disclosed.html

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Project Winterhaven



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 No.883[Reply]

See the title. We should totally use this newly revived board to spark interest in the deep web, alternative tech, etc., just like what had happened around a year ago with archiving and DIY. At work right now but I'm gonna be downloading TOR onto this laptop and spending a bit exploring.

I wouldn't advocate for illegal activity, but just post whatever interests you or you think would be fun to visit as a board. I bet we could shake a forum or two up at the very least, eh?
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 No.887

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Sorry for abandoning. Lots of life stuff, a fresh new bottle of whiskey, and a few other home modifications kept me away. So far I have a few sites relevant to our interests, mostly chans and forums.

http://nanochanxv2lxnqi.onion
NanoChan is a similar place to regular 4chan. It's got a /g/, /v/, /a/, /pol/, /b/, and a /meta/ for discussion of deepweb and chan topics.

http://76qugh5bey5gum7l.onion/
A nice place to listen to musics while browsing. I like Deep Banjo, Anonny Jazz, Deep Space One, Groove Salad, and C0vertElectro.

http://hackerw6dcplg3ej.onion/
Er…I don't know exactly what's wrong but on my end I get an infinite string of "anti-flood" captcha prompts. Not sure if the site's broken and the books on hacking/opsec are gone, or if this is a test of some kind. If anyone else gets in, let me know because I would love to learn the way of the grey hat/white hat.

http://inclibuql666c5c4.onion/
A collection of politically incorrect literature in a load of languages. From what I hear on the grapevine, there's over a thousand natsoc works. Pretty noice find, eh?

http://answerszuvs3gg2l64e6hmnryudl5zgrmwm3vh65hzszdghblddvfiqd.onion/
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 No.888

>>887
Nice. Btw I use Brave browser with a TOR add-on. Is that safe to use?

 No.889

>>888
I've used Brave and it's alright. I just use plain Tor Browser since I am more experienced with that and I can rest assured of its general security. I can't guarantee anything with Brave other than a tolerable anti-spam advertisement model and nice UI.

 No.890

I recently found out that Brave just added that as a way of using .onion domains on Brave. As good as Brave is, it's not as secure as Tor. And hell, even Tor isn't so safe since there are small zero-days and issues with security if you're using specific sites regularly enough to be tracked.

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I never really trusted TOR and its "untracability", but considering not everyone is a part of the bog gov't, that can be more than enough for guaranteeing an user's anonymity.

Anecdotal, sure but I spent a while wondering "How" recently.

If you think you're safe using TOR browser, posting or finding info or dissident stuff, evading some bans, having different accounts for whatever reason and not getting them linked or because your DSL comes with a static IP and now browsers and OSes are like sponges that will get you identified, hacking or anything, remain skeptic.

Elite proxies and other things like that are a thing of the past. Only good to maybe override a regional block on some shit site. For most websites you should be fine with TOR, or I believe so. But I never expected that from a site we know well, one of the admins knew how to do it. And he did it!

No name will be given but I had a chat with him, either you're bluffing, either you're skilled, and well if you let me know that, you're based.

Imagine, I make a trolling account on a /pol/ forum. Register the email adress from a proxy in Germany on a PC I just connected on the internet. My network of course, behind a NAT router blocking what should be blocked.

It's running LinuxMint 19 64bit, XFCE, all up-to-date, apt-get the TOR package and all run smoothly, last version installed, and I think it's safe, let's try this out, since my customer wanted something safe.
>Shitpost in the aforementioned horse-politics forum, and the next day, get caught. «samefag!»
With hundred of users on this place at once, it can't be a wild guess, and go through a long process of repeating the experiment, finding what leaked.
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 No.997[Reply]

Will AI ever govern our societies in some way, shape, or form?

 No.998

I don't know if they will, but an AI court system might be better than what we currently have.

 No.1000

>>997
If we dont destroy ourselves till then, sure A.I. Is a natural step in human evolution, machines might outlive our race somewhere in the future.
Social problems (racism against machines?) Will always be present for a few generations thought

 No.1026

>>997
why would we want them to? the risk of something terrible happening outweighs any precived benefits.

 No.1031

>>1026
Because AI would remove the human element from the equation. AI doesn't have to be perfect, just better than humans.



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 No.745[Reply]

What distro and Desktop Environment are you currently using, is it what you always use and depend on or are you trying something new out?

Currently running Ubuntu with Xfce on a craptop with 1366×768 screen
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 No.751

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Manjaro (Arch based) with deepin, pretty slick from my personal experence. the task bar is a bitch though.

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 No.1006

>>745
Got a blank gentoo I'm setting up and a cinnamon arch. Thinking about swithing from arch to deb.
Any opinions on i3? While it is very useful I prefer some comfy shit for entertainment and if I want to I can just use Terminator or something.

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Use Gentoo (& XFCE4 where applicable) on everything for everything. It's far from flawless and definitely not suitable for a first timer but there's no other established distro that is as versatile and controllable that I know of.

>>1006
>Any opinions on i3?
It's good but consider sway if you have modern hardware. It's a i3 clone that uses Wayland instead of X11

 No.1009

>>1006
>Thinking about swithing from arch to deb
In deb format there are tons of soft available, but appimage is getting more prevalent by the day.
Using KDE Neon here.



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 No.236[Reply]

Since this is the closest thing to a /sci/ board that we have, and biopunk is related to cyberpunk I figured I would post this here. This thread is all about genetically modified horse waifus for domestic ownership. What would be the major technological challenges? How close is current technology? What would you want in your bio-engineered waifu?
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 No.563

>>551
>blood sports with fluffies get accepted at the Olympics

 No.575

>>563
Use them for antibody production or something.

 No.916

>>386

manegele little humanpony

genetics is magic.

base: human dna, edited with pony dna and cat dna (mlp ponies have cat lije features)

i don't think actual hooves would be apropriate, but very stronhly modified paws. those would look more like mlp pony hooves and could still allow for object manipulation.

wings and horns would be mostly useless.

the colors are going to be complicated, especialy blue hues.

 No.940

>>543
What shall come first—the fluffy, or the yukkuri?

 No.996

>>940
The fluffy.



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