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  • bitcloud

    bitcloud

    March 10, 2015, 9:25 am

    >(usually just based on cultural queues) but how can you derive much meaning from music if it has no words?

    precisely - based on cultural queues. You know that a smile means "happy" without the associated "words". You can pick when someone is distressed and need comfort. You can tell anger by volume and tone.

    You "understand" music and it affects you in certain ways because it's a language describing the world - like any other. I can't write a dramatic piece, and tell you that it means sunshine and lollypops - it has a culturally derived meaning. You'll get the same meaning from machines when they have equivalent cultural sophistication. (of course, in the mean time, they can rework phrases, ideas and emotions that belong to humans, and reorder them into new arrangements - like this professor has done)

    I don't understand the downvotes, other than to assume that people aren't understanding what music is.

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  • Sealbhach

    Sealbhach

    March 10, 2015, 3:19 pm

    Look into it for yourself. You'll find plenty of evidence that this is the case. For starters, check this out: “*France was just ahead of all the other countries in voting No. It would happen in all Member States if they have a referendum. There is a cleavage between people and governments… There will be no Treaty if we had a referendum in France.” – French President Nicolas Sarkozy 14 November 2007*

    Ireland is one of the oldest continuous democracies in the EU. We have to teach them how to do it right, by voting NO.

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  • st_gulik

    st_gulik

    March 10, 2015, 9:56 am

    Go hiking for long periods of time outdoors to very remote places and take my rifle with me slung over my back without having to worry about everyday situations.

    Think of me as the guy who wants an SUV I can actually take Off-Road unlike the nice Cadillac Escalade of an AR-15.

    Don't get me wrong, AR-15's are great, for guys with lots of money and time (for maintenance) who don't want to do anything but shoot at a range.

    Although I have some crazy ex-CIA family members who still have bomb shelters and ten years of food stored away in case of nuclear attack I am not some Lone Wolf Survivalist Anti-Government Gun Nut. I'm actually a Democrat (registered Independent in AZ so I can chose my primaries) who was a Boy Scout, likes reliability, because too much maintenance is a pain in the ass - something I learned when I was a kid and bought my first paintball gun (already owned a .22 at that point), and would rather have a reliable inexpensive gun I can accurately shoot without too much trouble than an overpriced toy for adult boys with more money than brains - barring the competition shooters who still have more money than brains, but seem to really enjoy that sort of self-flagellation.

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  • TooTrueTroubs

    TooTrueTroubs

    March 10, 2015, 7:14 am

    Gotta come down on foxhunter's side here.

    The second time my now-wife and I met in person it was when she was moving in with me. Admittedly we'd had a couple of months online chat first, but she was moving to my state and I offered her a place to stay until she got on her feet.

    Neither of us could stand to have her move out.

    That was in Feb 2003, we were married in Jan 2008 and are planning to start a family next year.

    Sure we've had our tough times, but they always make us pull together, rather than pulling apart.

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  • krakow057

    krakow057

    March 10, 2015, 1:21 pm

    > The reason she's behaving like this is probably because of her rape incident.

    Yeah, every 16yo that shows herself of was raped. Most girls get sexually mature at 14, 15.

    She was probably having fun like kids do these days. Doesn't mean it is a mental problem in itself or a result of the rape. Just contact her, tell her she'll **regret** it in the future when her friends and family end up seeing it like you did. Hell, if one of her friends finds it he will probably spread to the whole school. Presto. Don't be so dramatic about it and act.

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  • MagicTarPitRide

    MagicTarPitRide

    March 10, 2015, 3:39 pm

    I'm currently a psych grad student, I think the most abused of these obsolete theories is Lamarckian Evolution, rebranded as "evolutionary psychology." Any time someone makes a claim involving "evolutionary psych" a red-flag should go up. For instance if someone says "humans are innately afraid of certain animals, because they were dangerous to our ancestors, and we passed down this specific fear as a trait." Logically one could say that maybe some people have higher levels of neuroticism or skittishness, but for people to observe a specific animal, associate it with danger, and pass down this knowledge, is as ridiculous as claiming that stretched necks can be passed down, yet this and similar claims are made all the time, even in reputable journals.

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  • riboflavor

    riboflavor

    March 10, 2015, 11:09 am

    This is no longer about rape or the victim. This is about Polanski fleeing the country because he had the money to pay his bail and hop on a jet. This is about living the high life in Europe and still winning Academy Awards in America while convicted of an atrocious crime. Polanski has made a mockery of the criminal justice system which was going to be incredibly generous to him. Even if the victim has forgiven him for his crimes against her, the criminal justice system has not. He will die in jail now.

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  • tevoul

    tevoul

    March 10, 2015, 5:19 am

    I have listened to a few audio books, and it is indeed more enjoyable than reading. My major complaint about audio books is that it is even slower than reading for me, and I do not have the desire to invest that much time in it. Audio books in the car would be a great idea, if I had a longer commute to work than about 15 minutes.

    Also, in all honesty I find books to be rather mentally passive. I realize I'm in the minority in this respect, but hear me out. In a book (or movie for that matter) you are being presented with a storyline and for the most part you aren't actively thinking anything except enough to comprehend what you are reading. Yes, some books have metaphors and can be analyzed to a larger degree, but most of them are more of a "hey, here is a fun story". I prefer recreation that is mentally engaging, as in I actually have to take in information, process it, analyze it, and make a decision based on the results. I'm not passively just absorbing information, I have to actively react to the information being given.

    So, I enjoy video games. I very much enjoy video games with deep stories that can also be analyzed and subtle complexities, but I stay engrossed in them because I actually have to think.

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  • gustoreddit51

    gustoreddit51

    March 10, 2015, 12:49 pm

    Oh, there is no doubt in my mind that once you pull the profit motive out of the picture, a health insurance structure would instantly behave more altruistically. (You couldn't really call it 'company' without it being for profit could you?) Which, when you get down to it, is the scariest equation of the US health care system - people with profit motives making decisions about your health and life. It totally counterintuitive and that the marketing has somehow rendered this basic point moot with the American public, deserves the marketing/propaganda of the year award. It's a dubious honor deceiving the fellow citizens of your country on issues of life and health.

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  • NoControl

    NoControl

    March 11, 2015, 8:09 am

    Bad things happen because of people. Last I checked tons of bad shit happens without any police involvement. You could make the argument that dogs cause bad things to happen as well cause they bite people.

    What I'm saying is that the people that think police cause violence should move to a violent city like mine, have a crime committed against you or be stuck in some shit and DON'T call the cops, just let the situation ride out and see where it gets you.

    Reddit is full of white boys from the suburbs who lived privileged lives so naturally they think police only cause trouble. I've been at parties where fights break out involving 30-40 people, people getting stabbed, and others getting their guns. If you think the cops show up to that and cause violence and don't defuse it then you're a fucking moron.

    You are most likely a reddit cowboy who's biggest run in with danger is getting pulled over for speeding.

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  • anarchytoday

    anarchytoday

    March 10, 2015, 9:43 am

    MJ is more effective on chronic pain... But it did help acute pain when my esophagus was inflamed, it stopped the endless vomiting I was going through.

    (chronic pain being something that aches no matter what you do and will keep you from sleeping, Acute pain being sharp shooting pains that is felt in more than one area of the body.)

    Morphine is better for stopping acute pain, It's not really even a contest. If you are allergic to opiates, (I know people that are.) then MJ is your only option.

    Sometimes you don't hurt bad enough to want to take morphine, because it's hard to tell what is going on and makes you feel completely out of it and MJ will just take the edge off the pain were you can tolerate it and relax so you can get some sleep.

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  • rudster

    rudster

    March 11, 2015, 6:36 am

    I think the simple(r) answer is that beauty/ugliness is in the eye of the beholder. If everyone were "beautiful", then the least beautiful among us would seem just as ugly as they are now.

    But there's a deeper reason--sexual beauty is a way of showing off to the opposite sex. It need not be, and generally isn't connected to general fitness. The optimal body may not, therefore, be the most beautiful. Think about it--is Calista Flockhart really more likely to survive and produce offspring than Serena Williams?

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  • clothespegs

    clothespegs

    March 11, 2015, 12:51 am

    I am in Ireland. Most of my family live in England. I was bullied alot at school because of it. I kept it a secret for years until it came out who my family were and I was treated like the plague for years.

    I remember going to pick up tires for mum and being told that,

    "Your tires musn't be ready because I can only see the fucking gypo's tires."

    "That would be mine."

    My aunt used to sell door to door. Bed linen, clothes. An old man she had sold something to was killed and her caravan was ripped to pieces by the police. A 55 year old woman crying her eyes out as the police destroying her home and van as they claimed to be looking for evidence.

    We've had pets killed. Lawns destroyed. Theats to leave where we live.

    And then you pick up the national newspapers and they use terms like Gypos and Pikeys and it still is culturally acceptable to make any joke you want about Gypsy people. I understand this is because it is an unseen and misunderstood culture, but the amount of hurt it causes is awful.

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  • st_gulik

    st_gulik

    March 11, 2015, 8:19 am

    He's an independent jewelry rep - he doesn't work directly for anyone one employer - he at least five jewelry lines he reps for all over the US and they all hire him as a sort of free agent.

    He figured they were during the robbery because they were all well practiced, spoke nothing but Spanish, and then later he confirmed it with the cops when they told him that these same guys had been spotted around town casing jewelry stores - he identified two of them via video. They were known Colombian gangsters who were wanted for several other crimes, but they only found this out later.

    He was attacked, I think, in Texas, they had warrants in Florida, and they disappeared right after his attack. This was at least four years ago. He also doesn't travel alone anymore, his partner is a lady and she carries some real heat with a snub nosed .38.

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  • gerg6111

    gerg6111

    March 11, 2015, 7:29 am

    Cramer doesn't really do stock picks. He does flash analysis. He plays a game which demonstrates the way he keeps an eye on thousands of stocks in his head. It is for entertainment, to get people interested in analysis. He states this clearly over and over.

    He recommends a strategy of diversification. He has never recommended someone go out and try to make money by buying a single stock. He is not a buy and hold guy. He says you need to constantly reevaluate and cost average both in and out.

    If you only channel flip through his show, you neither understand it, nor should you EVER buy a stock advertised on a TV show. There will be a quick run up followed by a pull back, because people are sheep. That IS what stock churning is all about. This isn't much different than buying on your broker's recommendations without analysis. All brokerage houses churn.

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  • darjeelingexpress

    darjeelingexpress

    March 10, 2015, 1:19 pm

    I'm glad you said this because I've dismissed Dawkins as being too hysterical and fractious to be taken seriously.

    Honestly, I don't think his approach works - maybe this is a tiny part of why he's caught in this defensive cycle. He's appealing to reason in an emotional way and with a not-well-hidden personal agenda. I ascribe to his premises, but avoid ever listening to him actually delineate them. I find him a tiresome and ineffective communicator (except I love his evolution writing because he's not foaming at the mouth on the page).

    I'm going to reconsider however based on your assessment.

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  • johnhummel

    johnhummel

    March 10, 2015, 2:22 pm

    Actually, downvoted for a number of reasons.

    I'm almost certain that you're either being annoying on purpose (with the use of all caps in the beginning) or a troll, but I'll respond seriously anyway.

    You're being downvoted because you didn't answer the actual complaint. The original poster was not lamenting that Prof. Dawkins has to answer stupid questions. The OP is complaining that Prof. Dawkins is answering the *same* questions over and over again. Which proves that the questioner either:

    a) Has not read Prof. Dawkin's published work that covers the questions most likely to be asked,

    or

    b) Is purposely asking a question they know has been asked and answered before to prove a point to people they consider on their side.

    I saw an example of this when Prof. Dawkin's was involved a QA session, and several members of the audience were from Liberty University. Some of their questions were asked, and then almost 10 minutes later, someone would ask almost exactly the same question again.

    At that point, it wasn't about "Hurr - people ask stupid question." It's about "That person is so disrespectful as not to have listened because they're more in love with the prestige of asking a question rather than actually getting an answer."

    That is what the OP is complaining about. If you wished to address that point, you might have pointed out that Prof. Dawkins could provide a FAQ to the audience - either orally or in a pamphlet (though the cost of the latter in time and money would be rather annoying) that addresses these questions. Then, if someone asked a question from that list, they could rightfully be branded as either not paying attention or being rude.

    That might have been a valid argument you could have made.

    However, instead you went the insult method with unsubstantiated assertions. My bet is that you'll reply to this with some equally ad hominem comment as you've done others here, at which point I can safely ignore you as a troll.

    But if you have a legitimate complaint about the OP comment, please make it. It's not difficult to be a decent person, really.

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  • migshark

    migshark

    March 11, 2015, 7:24 am

    That 'younger state' is sperm and egg cells. Since there seems to be a bit of trouble understanding it, think of it like this:

    * Jellyfish sustains injury.

    * Jellyfish creates reverse cocoon.

    * Reverse cocoon reverses viable cells into a big egg and sperm sack.

    * Since it's alternative form of reproduction is free floating eggs awaiting sperm, this concentration has high potential.

    * Babies are perfect clones of original organism.

    I.e. If you chop an apple in half, the apple dies but the hermaphrodite seeds are still viable.

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  • Caeremonia

    Caeremonia

    March 11, 2015, 7:29 am

    First off, 5 years is not a "career." Come back to us when you've hit a decade.

    Second, your first sentence pretty much sums up the problem: 4 jobs in 5 years. It is not possible to understand a company when you've only been with them for a little over a year. I don't even bother to remember the names of our fresh-out-of-college junior developers until they've been here a year. It's not worth the wasted memory.

    Third, how the hell are you getting reviews when you job hop so much? You might get a 90-day review, but they're certainly not going to tell you that you are "the most valuable guy on the team within a few weeks." That's bullshit. Get over yourself, put your ego on the shelf for a while, and do what the rest of us did. Do the grunt work and put up with the bullshit for a few years *at the same damn job* and then things will get better.

    FYI: I am not a programmer. I can do "Hello, world," and that's about it. I am a system administrator, but I see this prima donna developer shit all the time. Every time they get a compile error, they come running saying, "What's wrong with the servers?"

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  • dunmalg

    dunmalg

    March 10, 2015, 2:05 pm

    It's not just IT that's like this either, it's endemic to **all** jobs that are deadline-driven and run by incompetents. I write apps for a large school district in the Lock department, so I hear all kinds of stories. Carpenters will hang a pair of new double doors at a school, then call up and say "hey, we just put up a pair of doors, send a locksmith to put the locks on them". When the carpenters finish, they're just a couple blank doors. They can't secure them without locks, so they screw a 2X4 across the inside door faces... of a fire exit. Those fuckers planned the job **weeks** before, and only let us know as an afterthought.

    As far as I can tell, this is just classic bad management, and unfortunately, I don't think bad management can ever be defeated. Somehow, idiots always seem to end up in charge.

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  • mccoyn

    mccoyn

    March 11, 2015, 5:49 am

    These companies don't have the correct tools. You need to have source control and bug tracking. If something isn't in the bug tracking database, you don't work on it. Your manager (one and only one person) assigns the priority for items assigned to you and you work from top to bottom. After you have worked for 8 hours, you go home. If anyone is upset that you didn't do A, they can check the database and see that you worked on B, C and D instead and hopefully they will agree with your manager on the priority or take it up with your manager.

    A company (larger than 2 people) that relies too heavily on person-to-person communication will cause lots of stress because of the O(n^2) communication problem.

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  • jbarket

    jbarket

    March 10, 2015, 2:17 pm

    That's the one I've got. Other than the plastic body, it's perfect as far as I'm concerned.

    It's not that it doesn't focus well, but that as the aperture becomes higher on lenses, the smaller your area of focus will be. At f/1.8, there isn't a lot of room for error.

    But it shoots like any other lens when stepped down, and dealing with DOF is part of the learning experience with any prime lens like this. I occasionally manage to blow what would otherwise be an amazing shot this way, but when you take a portrait right up close (I mean *right* in their face) and the center of focus is right on the eyes, it's worth it.

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  • plexluthor

    plexluthor

    March 10, 2015, 12:17 pm

    >That stat is bullshit. There are over 1 billion children on this earth. There's no way that a few hundred dollars would feed and educate one child for that long.

    The stat is indeed BS, but it has an interesting history. If you calculate the cost to feed the poorest people in Africa for a day, and you do it not in terms of how much money a foreign government has to send, but in terms of how much money you have to hand that child's mother, the cost is almost nothing. Because food in the poorest parts of the world is cheap. If you then extrapolate that out to all children in all parts of the world for a year (or 5), you get something in the tens of billions. But that means American children are eating jungle food from Africa for the same price as rural children in African jungles, that African government's are stealing any of the money, and of course that we don't care about malnourishment.

    3 kinds of lies...

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  • the_golden_eel

    the_golden_eel

    March 10, 2015, 1:19 pm

    In the context of this thread (which is about GPGPU/CUDA/OpenCL stuff), when you say "nvidia sucks!" because of their mobo chipsets, its a bit like if you were to say "Windows is the best OS because the Zune HD is fucking AWESOME."

    I mean, I'm sure ATI is fine for gaming and that's cool that you like them and everything, but ATI vs. Nvidia for GPGPU is a fucking joke and always has been. Nvidia cards have always been more capable, and the Linux drivers, despite being proprietary, actually work (which you'd need for a GPU cluster, yes they do exist, the DOE is building one at Oak Ridge or Argonne I forget, 1.5 petaflops. Anyway if you don't do computational research and just play games then you don't care so carry on.)

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