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  • Commented on The Pivot
    We're past 300 so it can go anywhere as I understand it and it may interest some of you. Check-out Asteroid day Should be interesting, whether you want avoid, destroy or mine them, or something entirely different. The whole weekend...
  • Commented on The Pivot
    That just might be a browser issue on your side. No problems here on a win 7 box with firefox 60.0.2...
  • Commented on The Pivot
    It would most definitely be a good thing if countermeasures are taken to limit the damage and they should be taken. It's just unfortunate that the younger voters, who have the most to gain, couldn't be bothered to show up...
  • Commented on Happy 21st Century!
    Kill them before they're born I say! No society would allow such a deranged scheme to come into existence of course but imagine a society that eliminates the prospect for most people to have an decent education and a pleasant...
  • Commented on Server upgrade coming
    I tried leaving a comment using the lynx browser on my slackware box. Didn't work because login with movable type is not available. Had to start up the GUI. A serious problem for the dozens of lynx users around the...
  • Commented on The Nakamoto Variations
    Satoshi Nakamoto is naked mole-rat collective that in an attempt to expand their range invented a means to make naked apes increase world temperature to the level required for desertification of the areas surrounding their range....
  • Commented on Upcoming Appearances
    Before summer arrives donnie will announce the resurrection of Project Pluto. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Pluto...
  • Commented on The crazy years
    The way things are going today, the gap between the "super-privileged" and the rest of us gets wider by the minute. That takes us farther and farther from a "more perfect Union" & farther from "Justice". It doesn't increase "domestic...
  • Commented on The crazy years
    Greg, unless you're in the West End or the City, that's terrible. You should be able to easily improve it for probably less money. It is possible you have a dodgy pair between you and the exchange, might be worth...
  • Commented on New Book Week!
    We don't generally build mechanisms that can operate for more than a human lifespan without maintenance. For those who haven't heard of it; the people behind longnow.org are working on projects that look further than the next quarter results....
  • Commented on New Book Week!
    The Bridge timeline: Once you've done that to your enemy, there's literally nothing else you can do to them. So why would you need to leave a presence behind, unless they're guarding something? Similar things happen every single day around...
  • Commented on Dude, you broke the future!
    'Dark State' has arrived!...
  • Commented on Dark State: how to get signed copies!
    other British kid's TV classics... The things they missed out on... Salmay Dalmay Adonay! Regrettably, he became part of history this year....
  • Commented on Unforeseen Consequences and that 1929 vibe
    Not a historian, but seriously, war's the stupidest, most ineffective, wasteful and uneconomical idea HSS has ever come up with. It isn't a human invention. Conflict between animal groups is omnipresent. For instance this chimp war....
  • Commented on Empire Games gets a price cut in the UK
    The public service broadcast removed the video from youtube 10 minutes after my post here. Another link: People, gods and technology....
  • Commented on Empire Games gets a price cut in the UK
    Since this is a somewhat meandering thread I'll throw in another turn. In a documentary historian Yuval Harari talked about religion as a virtual reality game. I quite like the analogy he draws. He talks about it from 39m30s in...
  • Commented on Excuses
    Their ancestors are apparently doing a fine job. BREXTERMINATE! BREXTERMINATE!...
  • Commented on Bread and Circuses (circumlunar version)
    That rocket was the Little Joe II Bought the Estes kit version yesterday. Nice small winterproject for next year's launch season and I'm thinking of an upscale version for International Rocket Week in Scotland next august but it has competition...
  • Commented on A bright and shiny hell
    Gemini certainly looks nice. Another device that's coming soon is Pyra The makers target a different audience, gamers instead of business types so it looks quite different compared to the Gemini....
  • Commented on The World of Tomorrow
    President Slump continues to shape the world of tomorrow for the USA: proposed science cuts...
  • Commented on The World of Tomorrow
    Just pumping the water up the buildings, to trickle it down to water the crops is going to take a lot of energy, unless you have a consistently high enough & reliable enough rainfall. Certainly aint going to work in...
  • Commented on The World of Tomorrow
    Getting data across certain national borders will be difficult. Getting news out during a blackout might, in some countries, be worth your life. I have to disagree with you on this one. With aircraft like: Stratobus and maybe satellite networks...
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    MOAB on top of an ICBM Just buy an end of life Boeing 7x7, refit with tanks filled with goodies and appropriate guidance system and you're good to go. Wikipedia oracles that a 747 should be able carry a +/-...
  • Commented on Laundry summer madness sale!
    Any chance of the laundry files in an omnibus format in the near future?...
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    Not quite considering the fact that he is married to a jewish-hungarian woman, Krisztina Marfai Arib. Being married to a person of a given ethnicity doesn't preclude being a racist shitbag about that ethnicity in general. Existence proof: H. P....
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    News just in is that Wilders got no where near the expected result in the Dutch elections A week later it has become obvious that NOBODY wants to do business with him. The coalition negotiations start today and everyone involved...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    kyriarchy A branch of the caste systems tree?...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Aren't we touchy today! :D You'd be great in Big Brother. Have a lovely day!...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Greg, It's enthousiasm, after clicking the link you will understand the poster and start doing it too. Walking down the street, on the toilet, in every shop, on your roof shouting 'THESUNTHESUNTHESUN'. :) THESUNTHESUNTHESUN...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Charlie wrote The cost of solar has fallen by 85% in the past 7 years:... It follows logically that if you have heavily invested in fossil fuels, time is running out to realize a return on your investment. Buying a...
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