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  • Commented on The Inevitable Brexit Thread (2)
    The real influencers were elsewhere. There is a summary here: https://thebrexitsyndicate.com/ I don't exactly see any Russian or Iranian names in there, just the usual chancers, asset strippers and ideologues. But, Who the Hell can know when it is obviously...
  • Commented on The Inevitable Brexit Thread (2)
    All of which will drive the Leave camp absolutely batshit about the Dolchstoßlegende by those euro-traitors Yup, the comment sections of The Daily Mail and many other media already sounds like a 2019 version of 'Die Stürmer' only with France,...
  • Commented on The Inevitable Brexit Thread (2)
    Just watched this: https://twitter.com/10DowningStreet/status/1114890599428251648 (video of Theresa May ranting on some more about Brexit). Chilling stuff, something is absolutely off there. One gets the distinct impression that The Mask is slipping and there is something else, it's form yet unfinished...
  • Commented on The Inevitable Brexit Thread (1)
    If the U.K. remains, I think the thing to do is have a "truth and reconciliation" type of committee, which would solicit testimony from people across the spectrum, Yes, I think that could work, South Africa had far worse outrages...
  • Commented on The Inevitable Brexit Thread (1)
    I am sorry, but, Getting divorced from a narcissistic partner is usually seen as a win for the other party. Sure, there is trouble and financial loss, but, all this will be far less than the accumulated misery involved in...
  • Commented on Someone please cancel 2019 already?
    There seem to be large dollop of British Narcissism fuelling the Brexit Chaos. There is this thing that every single time anyone from the EU-utters a single word on anything, a loud chorus of Brexiteer media pundits and politicians will...
  • Commented on Typo Hunt: The Labyrinth Index
    I would kinda suck to do 109 sacrifices and then the deity one is trying to raise goes: "Well, where is the rest of order!?" /run...
  • Commented on Brexit! Means! Brexit!
    First off I suspect that there will be some "emergency" decrees letting things continue. If somewhat chaotically. Maybe a whole lot chaotically. I'd say Book It, while being aware that it might in the end not be safe or...
  • Commented on Brexit! Means! Brexit!
    Parliament rejects the deal. A good proportion of the house (everyone that isn't loyal to the Govt) campaigns for a second referendum, and gets one. May asks for a 6 months extension of article 50, which is granted This is...
  • Commented on What do you know about my inner demons?
    It turns out that Machine Learning Algorithms are quite effective at learning how to game the KPI's - much like human management does: https://vkrakovna.wordpress.com/2018/04/02/specification-gaming-examples-in-ai/ A cooperative GAN architecture for converting images from one genre to another (eg horseszebras) has a...
  • Commented on Sitrep
    I just recently read "Iron Sky" and then one sees that someone at MIT has created SpaceCraft Skin: http://news.mit.edu/2016/microlasers-phase-locking-arrays-0613 :)...
  • Commented on The Pivot
    Errr- Same Old, Same Old. The restoration of the Libyan slave markets for black Africans happened totally on Obama's watch and Yemen kicked in during his presidency. With the help of Donald Trumps military providing supplies and logistics for the...
  • Commented on The Pivot
    A sane president in the US could offer a much better deal to the UK. And Brussels might come to their senses and realize that Schengen and free trade are more important than the Euro, I am sorry, this is...
  • Commented on The Pivot
    I am perfectly fine with Brexit. Maybe the EU can evolve in a more sustainable direction without that particular albatross around the neck of Brussels? The way I see things, the UK only initially joined in order to derail the...
  • Commented on The crazy years
    Isn't this The Singularity actually happening in our lifetime? The world becoming incomprehensible due to rapid change and stuff? ... of course the Church/Cult of Singularity will scream that "This is not the Prophet we were promised" and go for...
  • Commented on Empire Games gets a price cut in the UK
    This robot's default conversational mode is to talk down to people, trivialise their concerns, avoid/deflect awkward questions ... really crappy interpersonal skills. Sounds like it is perfectly capable of meeting required standards in mid-level management and Human Ressources. Probably it...
  • Commented on Empire Games gets a price cut in the UK
    And ... Why Not? A defining feature of Globalisation is exactly that everyone (at least at some level) does business with everyone else freely and unrestricted, including of course with Russia and Russians, this was normal and expected. Then, suddenly...
  • Commented on Empire Games gets a price cut in the UK
    AI will beat humans at everything by 2030. Possibly -- But -- Only because Social Media by that time will evolved into a perfectly addictive tool that have micro-segmented and identity-politicized(?) everyone to such a degree that they have multiple...
  • Commented on Excuses
    Krantzberg Syndrome - https://www.apnews.com/b57d889a1ebc425fa6d01002726d912e - The Alignment is approaching making recording the gibberings of The Eaters in The Dark possible with simple equipment (and I didn't listen just in case :). . More likely the medical effects are caused by...
  • Commented on Bread and Circuses (circumlunar version)
    Is it possible that the Chinese will put a crew on the moon? Officially this is to celebrate the 50 years Apollo anniversary and "the common spirit of humanity" but mostly to get back at the USA and rub The...
  • Commented on Paging Agent 007
    Seeing that Corporations are People, only with Rights than people ... Sooo .... How about SAIC? This is (probably) where Stavros Blofeld outsourced the problematic operations and technical services for his organisation. https://www.saic.com/ https://www.saic.com/about/careers/ Every job there requires at least...
  • Commented on Popcorn Time
    Seen from "my side" of the water, the show looks quite good so far, I think that Brexit and (Erdogan losing whatever mind he once allegedly had) will actually end up benefiting the EU and EU citizens in many ways....
  • Commented on The End of the British nuclear deterrent?
    I think the belief that there are "responsible adults" in Trump's cabinet who will talk sense into him is highly speculative and not supported by the evidence to date. So far Donald Trump has successfully loaded his cabinet up with...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Sorry, Yes. I believe that. For 2 reasons: 1) Donald Trump, The Internet Justice Warriors and (sadly) The Media shares a rather interesting property: They run almost entirely on click-ratings, up-votes, likes, tweets or whatever social media bullshit that drives...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Yes. The GM crops are engineered to be difficult to propagate and all those "free" trade agreements allows the IP-owners to come down really hard on anyone who still tries. The Monsanto strains are mostly engineered to support the sale...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    Personally I don't believe that Trump, Bannon et al could pull something like this off deliberately No, but, there is at least the remote possibility that a tentacled monster wielding terrifying eldritch powers remains cloaked within the "Clown Car Crash...
  • Commented on Some notes on the worst-case scenario
    If those GM crops happens to be produced by Monsanto they will just be another part of the globalist toolkit for "The Cull". Tools like Glyphosphate, PCB, Agent Orange: Insidious, toxic, shit that worms its way into every foodstuff and...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    Also, if "liberalism" is so rotten & corrupt as you claim, what are you going to replace it with that is BETTER? *I* am not replacing anything, I am not The Führer everyone are looking for. I'd prefer that...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    .... this is by way of introducing the philosophy the neoconservative ideologues run on — that it's necessary to tell attractive lies that paint a picture of a world better than it really is, ... I think your scope is...
  • Commented on Theme, Fiction, and Empire Games
    Hard Call - Your Stories? What went into them? Which totally does not solve the degeneration problem of course. I happen to like your stories because they are entertaining and (scarily enough) somewhat plausible, this according to actual research papers...
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