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  • opticrush

    opticrush

    March 11, 2015, 8:02 am

    you're saying that on the basis of what we understand of quantum physics as of today. who's to know what changes may come in this field that may have a strong impact on our understanding and use of matter in the future? I am still a skeptic on your claim that we are able to turn lead into gold. I couldn't find anything substantial on it besides historical texts on alchemy. Can I get a link??? I think you may have derived it as fact from the expression "turning lead into gold." I may be wrong of course, and hopefully I am.

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  • graciosa

    graciosa

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 pm

    So you watch porn and she enjoys making it.

    I really think you should save her the humiliation of knowing you have seen it.

    Isn't she old enough to make her own choices? if she gets enjoyment out of it, is it really a problem? Would you try and interfere with her boyfriends as well? in some ways, what she does is a lot safer than sleeping around.

    At most, you should have a general discussion on online safety and privacy if it's a subject you understand better than she does but otherwise I think you should leave her alone. she is growing up. If you try to stop her you will succeed alienate her completely.

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  • st_gulik

    st_gulik

    March 11, 2015, 3:34 am

    He has about 20 different guns the last time I asked, and he has other guns he can carry if he wants, the point is deterrence.

    In jewelry salesmen robberies there are two types - amateurs and professionals - you don't fuck with the pros, cause they'll kill you, and you keep the amateurs away by looking too fucking scary to mess with.

    You can't really defend against the pros if they hit you, but you can drive safely and stay in populated areas where you have back-up, can call a local store and tell them you're being tailed so they can call the cops and have the cops there waiting to drive off the pros, etc., but if you're hit by them you always lose. It just depends on how much you lose by how you act - draw a gun on five trained killers and you're toast, act cool let them take your stuff without trying anything and you'll live 99% of the time - the pros know better than trying to kill someone because then the cops get really angry.

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  • GunnerMcGrath

    GunnerMcGrath

    March 10, 2015, 6:21 pm

    Hah, if you've never experienced a situation where you ended up being the best programmer at your job in a short time, you're either *really* lucky to always have found jobs where there are extremely skilled and competent programmers doing the heavy lifting, or (more likely) you're not a very good programmer.

    I feel this guy's pain, I've had 4 programming jobs and the only one where I wasn't clearly seen as the best within 6 months was my first, the one I got when I had zero programming experience and that taught me 3/4 of what I know.

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  • Shizzo

    Shizzo

    March 11, 2015, 6:34 am

    Unfortunately, your original position was this:

    >Don't hit a police officer - not unless you think masochism is never having to say you are sorry...

    >No, I have no pity for her. She was stupid. She was arrested. Yes the video shows this. End of story.

    You have failed to address the point that she was brutalized up until she hit the cop. They caused her to act out. Period.

    I have already addressed that fact that it is illegal to hit a cop, and she shouldn't have done it. However, taking badge numbers and filing a complaint later won't work. Maybe she decided to get arrested, so that all arresting officers would be on the report, and she'd have something to file her complaint with.

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  • J_Witmyer

    J_Witmyer

    March 10, 2015, 6:41 pm

    Whats not broke won't get fixed.

    I've noticed this too. I believe the reason is that a company with an already established money making system, unless actually developing a new system from scratch, doesn't want to spend the money and time changing and adding to their system.

    If you really want to develop try to get into a new system development team/company. Another place, if you are as good as you claim, that you can find the most pure type of development is a startup. Find a source of money and make a program for them. You may find this hard because there may not be financial reimbursement for a long time or at all. Also this will give you a better perspective of what it actually takes to make software. It seems to me that up until now you have been on the maintenance side of things.

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  • moonshn

    moonshn

    March 10, 2015, 5:39 am

    I have lived in and around Atlanta for all of my 28 years and consider myself very accepting of other's cultures and choices in life so long as they do not try to impose their will on me. I have traveled much of Europe and have managed to make friends and have a good time wherever I go...

    But fuck you sir! .1% of the people you met in the south were "fairly alright people"?

    No, us southerners probably "don't like your kind around here". It has nothing to do with your nationality, your spirituality, or your ideology, it is because you are a stuck up, holier-than-thou prick.

    *spelling

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  • CommentKing

    CommentKing

    March 11, 2015, 2:31 am

    A number of recent studies show that late merging is more efficient during congested traffic, giving increased throughput in the region of 20%. However, early merging is still good when the traffic is free-flowing.

    "The so-called 'late merge' concept has been thoroughly studied and tested by traffic engineers, and there seems to be widespread agreement that it works well, particularly when high-volume traffic needs to be funneled from two lanes to one."

    from Merging later rather than sooner is better, a newspaper article.

    "'So far this system has proven to help traffic flow by decreasing queue lengths as much as 35 percent. It has also reduced lane-changing conflicts and sudden-stop crashes,' said Craig Mittelstadt, Office of Construction and Innovative Contracting. 'However, it can only work properly if drivers comply with the messages.'"

    from Drivers can help reduce delay time in work zones by following “zipper” approach, a news release by the Minnesota Department of Transport.

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  • ikean

    ikean

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 pm

    You're correct, it was all a bit wetish/gooey. I also didn't enjoy the pastrami at all, but I purchased it because I'm not big on turkey (aside from Thanksgiving anyways) and I figured pastrami might spice it up a bit, but it was an unusual flavor. Sliced chicken sounded like a good sandwich in my mind, but if there was sliced chicken, it was hiding... and there were *copious* amounts of ham and turkey, I literally thought to myself "Maybe chicken is too small of a bird to deli slice and I'm retarded in searching for such a thing".

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  • GunnerMcGrath

    GunnerMcGrath

    March 11, 2015, 7:49 am

    You know, I've got a job just like the ones you're describing, and it occurs to me that maybe you need to stop taking jobs where you're going to be "the most valuable guy" without being given a position of authority (and I don't just mean a "senior" title). If you're going to be saving these guys asses, they should put you in charge of something up front, rather than just having a highly skilled slave who doesn't get a say in anything. Or else find a job where you're clearly not going to be top dog, somewhere that you can learn from others and actually develop your skills rather than just showing them off.

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  • heartsjava

    heartsjava

    March 10, 2015, 11:31 am

    From the article:

    "So we would expect that disproportionately, the sexually transmitted pathogens would be involved in causing cancer, or chronic diseases in general. You can test this. Just look at the pathogens that are accepted as causing cancer—Epstein-Barr virus, Kaposi’s sarcoma–associated herpesvirus, human T lymphotropic virus 1—and find out whether they’re transmitted this way. They almost all are. A random sample would yield maybe 15 to 20 percent of pathogens associated with cancer being sexually transmitted, yet the figure is almost 100 percent. When you look at viruses alone, it is 100 percent."

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  • clothespegs

    clothespegs

    March 10, 2015, 2:18 pm

    Stealing or chawing [sic] does happen alot. Going back to an earlier reply, I have seen parents tell their children that stealing is fine as long as it's from non-gypsy families. Drug dealing as well is a huge problem. Honestly, I think alot of kids have been brought up that they don't have any moral conscious whatever and will just do whatever they feel like doing. The majority of Gypsy people though are the friendliest, hardest working family people you'll meet. Those that are going out and doing their own thing are doing so just because they have been taught all their life that they are superior and have the right to do so.

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  • chiguy

    chiguy

    March 10, 2015, 4:12 pm

    >If they want to change then they need to suffer the consequences.

    This is seriously the most pathetic thing I've ever heard. Why should I suffer the consequences if all of a sudden my insurance company starts A. paying outsized CEO compensation B. has worse choices for doctors they allow you to see. C. makes a multitude of choices I don't agree with? D. ETC

    I can see it now:

    BLAME THE VICTIM!!! You don't like that we just raised your premiums 33%? PAY A FINE AND LOSE YOUR COVERAGE!!! Your parents had UHC but you think the CEO is a dick and want to switch to BC/BS once you're off their plan? NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!

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  • Sealbhach

    Sealbhach

    March 10, 2015, 6:02 am

    There will be no peace for certain if the EU continues in the direction it is heading: anti-democracy, elitist, corporatist, feeding the European arms industry, unelected leaders holding powerful positions, looking to challenge Russia, the US and China, the shady European Defense Agency looking at future strategies in relation to oil and gas, imposing its will and not listening to the people. We're headed for disaster unless the EU mends its ways and the first step is to throw the fraudulent Lisbon Treaty in the nearest bin.

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  • NO2

    NO2

    March 11, 2015, 1:09 am

    This could be improved by comparing fitness across domains, the problem space seems to localize on bad solutions fairly easily, find a natural threshold between fit blocks and unfit blocks, and cull those unfit blocks and naturally retarded solutions, and reseed them.

    This is an interesting take, I am not sure if this really has a different compression profile to fractal compression - however I think there should be a way of using domain / region based self similarity to help compress the functions more. Also, put some ideas of multifrequency analysis, try and use functions to match low frequencies, in large areas, and then overlay higher frequency data.

    Functions will be grouped into ways that perform specific descriptions, from noise / texture to hue /sat / luminance gradients or to edge / shape development.

    Perhaps you need to mix all three types of function up, or find a way of compressing each quality of the image separately:

    1. compress each color channel separately

    1. compress low / high spaces separately - this accounts for texture

    1. compress edge data... somehow, perhaps already encoded at 1.

    Every image is a function in itself, and there is a way of looking at the image from different dimensions to find the smallest function to describe the image.

    You also have to look at how intrinsically apt each type of function is at representing what our eyes want to see - whether the errors are easily overlooked by the human visual system, if that is indeed the intended consumer of the image (and not fire detection systems, security systems or satellite transmission equipment).

    The video itself looks like a fractal image generating, but with a bumpy solution space.

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  • anutensil

    anutensil

    March 11, 2015, 6:35 am

    My sister and her husband were away from the kids for a romantic weekend in a fancy hotel. While he was out, she took a shower and decided to use on her hair an old jar of a styling gel called "Dippity Do" she'd found recently inside the burnt remains of our grandparents' old grocery store. (Why she'd felt compelled to rescue this ancient jar of gel, I don't know.) Feeling extra frisky, she thought she'd be posed on the bed with a cigarette when her husband walked into the room.

    She lit the cigarette, the flame shot up to her "Dittipy-Do" gelled hair, and her husband came in to the acrid odor of burnt hair and his wife with no eyebrows and a patch of burnt hair above her forehead. So much for setting the mood.

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  • TheMemo

    TheMemo

    March 10, 2015, 11:53 am

    This is a fascinating discussion, and this is one of the subjects that I consider almost every day, because I am strange like that. It brings into focus the sharp divide between the philosophy of individuality and actual science.

    In order to reconcile this divide (if one were inclined) you have to become, in some sense, a Buddhist. You have to give up on the idea of there being any idea of self whatsoever. It is difficult to do, but what we feel defines us as a unique individual is nothing more than a convenient lie - the 'self' that is so convinced of its own existence is nothing more than an emergent property of a sufficiently complex system - it has no existence independent of that system, is recreated constantly but maintains its idea of self-continuity through memory alone, and is, therefore, something of a canard.

    You talk about the 'you' waking up in a different body (or the same body) after cloning or teleportation. Now, we know that this is not possible as the 'self' is an emergent property, not something that can be transferred. But, I would go so far as to say that my 'self' as it is now is not the same as the one who started writing this comment. I have the illusion that I have continued, but that is the most primary function of memory - to provide that sense of continuity to create the illusion of self.

    If we consider, therefore, the individual as a process; what happens to an individual sense of self is only relevant to the individual's sense of self and sense of continuity. The idea that scares people is that their sense of self will be destroyed and something else will walk out the other side - but they simply won't know this has happened, as they don't realise this is happening the millions of times the brain adjusts itself every day. All that matters is the illusion of continuity provided by memory, whether that is present in one person or an army of clones. The self does not, in any recognisable, reproducible, transferable way, exist.

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  • imk

    imk

    March 10, 2015, 3:21 pm

    I started off my programming career as an intern 8 years ago at the exact same place I still work at today. My career hasn't been without it's share of bumps and frustrations, but looking at threads like these has given me a perspective on my situation that has been pure gold. Thanks to everyone for that.

    The thing is, I started off thinking that my current place of employment was a real compromise for a software developer since it isn't a proper IT company. I figured I must be missing out not only on awesome benefits and pay, but a whole world of uberl33t programming. Hoo boy, I dodged a bullet there.

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  • xb4r7x

    xb4r7x

    March 10, 2015, 8:30 pm

    Also not true at all... I've got 50s in 4 different playlists. Being good at it just makes it more entertaining, it does not improve the game play. We're looking at two completely different aspects of the game here.

    I'm looking at the game itself... what is it capable of... what's cool about it that makes it stand out in front of other games? What's new and exciting?

    You're looking at it for entertainment value, which I've already stated halo possesses. Just because you really like a game doesn't mean you have to turn into some kind of fanboy who's incapable of understanding what the game really is...

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