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  Reply # 581276 14-Feb-2012 12:50
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KiwiNZ:
cgrew:
KiwiNZ:
cgrew: Scary stuff.


That stuff reaffirms that the Internet is 98% rubbish.



Interesting statistic you've produced there, could you point out the 2% that's not rubbish...?  


it's too far down for me to bother trying as crap always settles on the top.



Was that suppose to be some kind of famous cliched one liner? I can't tell.


Why observe discussions on this thread then? 

   

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  Reply # 581287 14-Feb-2012 13:01
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gzt: Einstein was especially good at that part. 



Thanks. He used to marvel at things that a lot of modern scientists today don't really acknowledge.

*edit typo* 

    

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  Reply # 581289 14-Feb-2012 13:07
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cgrew:
KiwiNZ:
cgrew:
KiwiNZ:
cgrew: Scary stuff.


That stuff reaffirms that the Internet is 98% rubbish.



Interesting statistic you've produced there, could you point out the 2% that's not rubbish...?  


it's too far down for me to bother trying as crap always settles on the top.



Was that suppose to be some kind of famous cliched one liner? I can't tell.


Why observe discussions on this thread then? 

   


It never fails to amuse me.




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  Reply # 581301 14-Feb-2012 13:22
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ScottStevensNZ:
cgrew: Scary stuff.


Mindyou, I always sort of did like the Borg, think of the utility. If I get a neuro implant, can I get lasers too? What OS will I be running with the neuro implant? I'm kind of a fan of Linux personally, and think that it would work well for this kind of embedded computing. Apple users would obviously need to run something that could run iTunes so they could get their updates. Incidentally, what is the upgrade path like? Is it modular? I mean, when I got my I9000 I was king of the hill, now all my mates have dualies and I am #Loosing, I would hate for something like this to happen with my neural hardware - "Oh, thats scott, he's only running 11.2 pfft....)


That's a crazy vision.

I'd recommend giving this film a watch ^^^ No doubt people here will classify this as rubbish and that's okay. I'd have to admit though, it's interesting to imagine where mankind is headed with the vicious cycle of technology.

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  Reply # 581305 14-Feb-2012 13:23
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This video really get you thinking and its good that's how people have new ideas.

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  Reply # 581315 14-Feb-2012 13:33
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KiwiNZ: It never fails to amuse me.


Darth Vader has spoken.

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  Reply # 581352 14-Feb-2012 14:14
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cgrew:
KiwiNZ: It never fails to amuse me.


Darth Vader has spoken.



Call me whimsical I find pseudo science, conspiracy theories and other fantasies amusing.




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  Reply # 581369 14-Feb-2012 14:43
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freitasm: Wow. That video is a waste of time.




Really? In your opinion how is it a waste of time?


This is what I would consider a waste of time.


Who out there is going to allow their kids to idolize this occult abusing maniac? ^^^

Gradualism has increased immensely due to predictive programming. People would rather idolize degenerate TV shows or worry about the latest iPad2 then consider what we are faced with everyday of our lives.


  


     

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  Reply # 581378 14-Feb-2012 14:54
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Both videos are at the same level.




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  Reply # 581383 14-Feb-2012 15:03
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cgrew:
gzt: Einstein was especially good at that part. 

Thanks. He used to marvel at things that a lot of modern scientists today don't really acknowledge.

I had not heard that anywhere else. For instance?

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  Reply # 581398 14-Feb-2012 15:39
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gzt:
cgrew:
gzt: Einstein was especially good at that part. 

Thanks. He used to marvel at things that a lot of modern scientists today don't really acknowledge.

I had not heard that anywhere else. For instance?



The existance of something that goes beyond worldly knowledge, he often marvelled at the idea of the universe being created but not by a personal God as such.

He was a Pantheist so to speak.

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  Reply # 581402 14-Feb-2012 15:44
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KiwiNZ: Both videos are at the same level.



Atleast put some emphasis on the matter. An example?


Or am I not worthy of your humble opinion.

     

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  Reply # 581409 14-Feb-2012 16:03
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cgrew:
KiwiNZ: Both videos are at the same level.



Atleast put some emphasis on the matter. An example?


Or am I not worthy of your humble opinion.

     


I think I have answered this , but OK....

They are both in their respective entirety garbage.




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  Reply # 581412 14-Feb-2012 16:16
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KiwiNZ: I think I have answered this , but OK....

They are both in their respective entirety garbage.




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