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  • SarahC

    SarahC

    March 11, 2015, 1:53 am

    Analogy's.

    I was talking about how tec has extended along the food production, and distribution chain.

    The greater the skill needed to supply the technology - the harder it is to rebuild it from any damage.

    Imagine a simple scenario... a big war prevents fuel from reaching lorries... those lorries fill the shelves of supermarkets *everyday*.

    People go without food rapidly, and we have no alternatives to get food... we've built "high". A very unstable and fragile system, with no alternative fall-back modes.

    If we'd built wide... a lower tec system (easier to repair), with many alternative modes of production built in, we'd not worry about loss of fuel. We'll have built wide - and the tower will topple, but we've got enough give in the system to subsist for awhile.

    Multiple self-sufficient farms, springs, people growing vegetables in their gardens... less centralised, and a much broader manufacturing base that can't be upset centrally...

    It wouldn't solve the long term problems due to population - but it would give extra time to get supplies.

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  • superluminal

    superluminal

    March 10, 2015, 10:35 am

    Before I understood the concept of how TV shows and movies were made, I assumed everyone was being filmed all the time (sort of like _The Truman Show_). I remember trying to behave and be obedient because I didn't want people to watch me getting in trouble. When I was thinking about it, I wouldn't complain about helping with chores, and I'd surreptitiously peek out the windows to see if I could spot video cameras filming me. I also remember thinking that my life was pretty boring, and they (the directors) would probably turn off the cameras when I went to sleep.

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  • mantra

    mantra

    March 11, 2015, 5:35 am

    Yes, they know what they want. And I know I want a pony. But that's not helpful most of the time. The average customer doesn't usually have enough contextual discipline to define what they want or really to truly *know* what they want in any practical sense.

    I should point out that I'm the customer of my software R&D group so I've seen this played out between engineering subject-matter experts and software developers.

    You might think a group of hardware engineers and a group of software engineers could never possibly talk past each other in terms of software requirements but the reality is that talking past each other, even for technically detail-oriented people *is the rule rather than the exception*!! I happen to have enough programming background to "Speak Use Case" and similar dialects so things do go off into the weeds as long as I'm in the loop.

    One can only imagine how bad it can be with folks from "less disciplined" backgrounds like your average business puke (I have an MBA, I can use that pejorative adjective). Well, I don't have to imagine, I've seen that too from a giver, taking and observer point of view. I'm not innocent myself.

    It's stuff like this that's made it clear to me that 99.999% of the world's problems are directly due to miscommunication or non-communication. Now if only so-called "Communication Majors" actually had the brain power to learn some information theory, who knows what might be possible.

    Sadly if my alma mater is any indication, it's the antithesis of what the major claims to be: post-football career training for a career as a sport broadcaster.

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  • justtech3

    justtech3

    March 10, 2015, 11:58 pm

    Latimes Oct 1, 2009

    "Under the terms of the deal, Polanski pleaded guilty to unlawful intercourse with a minor in exchange for the other charges being dismissed. He agreed that Judge Laurence Rittenband would determine the sentence. Rittenband sent the filmmaker to the prison in Chino for a 90-day "diagnostic evaluation" that he said would "enable the Court to reach a fair and just decision."

    Prison officials released Polanski after 42 days and advised the judge that testing indicated his sentence should not include additional prison time.

    Rittenband labeled the prison report "a whitewash" and said he planned to send Polanski back to prison for an additional 48 days if he voluntarily agreed to deportation. Informed of this by his attorney, Polanski left the country, seeking refuge in France."

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  • Seachicken

    Seachicken

    March 10, 2015, 10:09 am

    Ahaha, I sent

    >Now I'm not one to l leap to conclusions and I'm not claiming to know the truth, but I have been hearing a lot about some rather disturbing rumours that in 1990 you were involved in a sexual relationship with two under aged boys. If true, this claim is very serious (don't worry though! I think you probably are innocent, I just want to be sure), and I'd just feel more at ease if you could take the time to refute it (ideally in some public form so that everyone who wishes for clarification can receive it, a short addendum at the end of your next article assuring readers that you did not rape these two under aged boys in 1990 would be ideal).

    Thankyou for your time

    Max

    and she responded with this

    >It's nonsense.

    You can pass that on. But I doubt facts matter to these dweebs.

    Thick as a brick (though maybe if many people send similar emails she might actually think there is a serious campaign to accuse her of statutory rape).

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  • odeusebrasileiro

    odeusebrasileiro

    March 11, 2015, 2:37 am

    Very interesting about the exaggerations. I will follow through with a little fact finding.

    Maybe you can offer some insight on this. I have an idea, everyone who I have talked about it said its a great idea. I have 3 different ways to monetize. I think it would be easier to succesfully launch with a partner. The guy I have in mind is a very successful promoter who does parties for movie premieres and huge week long fashion shows ( he used to promote in my small college town, thats where I know him from). He is my age and I think he would have a lot to offer in terms of contacts and the experience of being successful. The problem is, I think he might be too good. If I were to approach him and he liked the idea, Im afraid that he could do everything I had originally planned on doing, and most likely better. Besides the initial idea, I dont what I could uniquely contribute, or what I could do better then him.

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  • areReady

    areReady

    March 10, 2015, 12:21 pm

    Very interesting. I hadn't considered the possibility of its use as a disinfectant rather than cleaning/flushing material.

    I really can't comment one way or another on the effectiveness of disinfecting the ear canal...to my knowledge there has been little study beyond speculation that the ear canal is a source of infection.

    As long as you're not doing it too often, it probably can't hurt. Hydrogen peroxide is cheap and has been recommended as a way to irrigate ear canals, but you don't want to keep your ears completely devoid of ear wax.

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  • zyl0x

    zyl0x

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 am

    Reminds me of a good joke:

    >A priest offered a Nun a lift. She got in and crossed her legs, forcing her gown to reveal a leg. The priest nearly had an accident. After controlling the car, he stealthily slid his hand up her leg.

    >The nun said, 'Father, remember Psalm 129?' The priest removed his hand. But, changing gears, he let his hand slide up her leg again.

    >The nun once again said, 'Father, remember Psalm 129?' The priest apologized 'Sorry sister but the flesh is weak.' Arriving at the convent, the nun sighed heavily and went on her way.

    >On his arrival at the church, the priest rushed to look up Psalm 129. It said, 'Go forth and seek, further up, you will find glory.'

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  • NoMoreNicksLeft

    NoMoreNicksLeft

    March 10, 2015, 3:30 pm

    If this is sarcastic, fuck you.

    If not, it was written spontaneously. I'm not afraid to die... at least not any more than is healthy. I will die someday, and I'd rather live my life with some meaning in the mean time. Running around begging other people to take care of me isn't the way I want to live.

    And if any of these supposed do-gooders were decent, they'd accept that and allow me to do so. But even when they begrudgingly concede that I shouldn't be forced to use their "free" health insurance they still insist that they take my money from me, meaning that I have that much less with which to save for my own medical care. They don't want any of us to grow up.

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  • dgianetti

    dgianetti

    March 10, 2015, 11:51 pm

    I have nothing against the British people. My mother was British and I still have family living there. Kudos to you for being politically active. Unfortunately for you, and people like you, you're outnumbered by the apathetic ones that let it all happen around them.

    It all happens so slowly that no single instance is really provocative enough to stand out alone. But CCTV, thought-crimes, and a host of other "big-brother" policies are really doing the citizens of your country no justice.

    Don't get me wrong... the US is the country everyone loves to hate. We have PLENTY of issues, but we're not quite at that point yet.

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  • erikbra81

    erikbra81

    March 10, 2015, 9:16 am

    >And I take it you know nothing of history if you start talking about a "genocidal project"

    This is exactly what I'm talking about, people don't get to learn about the the true nature of Empire. For example, Churchill once declared:

    "I do not admit that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia by the fact that a stronger race, a higher grade race, has come in and taken its place" -Winston Churchill to the Palestine Royal Commission, 1937

    Did you ever see this quote in school? Go back to the mainstream press of the 1800s, you will see that it's full of this kind of thinking. Today we're meant to believe Nazi Germany was a freak incidence and that the rest of Europe wasn't racist. Well, it was. All over Europe this was commonplace among the elites and it was reflected in how they acted abroad. Why do you think there are no indigenous people left in Australia? In North America? They moved somewhere else? You can go on and on.

    Sure, the British empire did good things but so did Nazi Germany. No reason to go around saying "we should be proud of our Reich's achievements and stop dwelling on the bad stuff."

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  • Pizzadude

    Pizzadude

    March 11, 2015, 10:03 am

    I guess I could say that I look pretty normal now. I do have what I would call permanent black eyes, but they aren't too bad most of the time. They are far more noticeable when I am tired. The scars across the bridge of my nose and under it are pretty difficult to notice, unless I'm trying to show them, or I try to grow hair on my upper lip.

    For a long time, I had big knot of hard scar tissue under my nose, that took up quite a bit of my upper lip. It was really uncomfortable and annoying, but it softened up over the years, and is pretty small now.

    The cartilage in my nose actually healed off to the side, which is an issue. It looks very straight in the front (thank you, plastic surgeon), but it's way off in the back. I mostly breathe through one side, and I don't really want to deal with the expense and pain of getting it fixed.

    My front teeth have been an ongoing issue as well. They were only replaced with temporary caps, and I have never gotten permanent work done, so I keep having to have them patched when they break. Now they have several layers of mismatched colors, which makes me a little self-conscious. The nerve in one of them died during high school, so I had to have a root canal on it, which was *not* fun.

    Overall, I'm fine now.

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  • prodijy

    prodijy

    March 10, 2015, 4:21 pm

    I'm not implying it, I'm outright stating it.

    This would not have happened if banks had been regulated properly, or the ratings agencies not been in bed with the very banks they were supposed to be keeping an eye on, or had Glass-Steagall never been repealed we would not be in this mess right now.

    The deragulatory hard-on that conservatives have had since the mid-70s as a result of badly misreading, and then mutilating, Friedmen is the DIRECT cause of the economic malaise we are now in.

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  • multirachael

    multirachael

    March 10, 2015, 6:42 am

    The previous draft of the Declaration of Independence read "Life, liberty, and property." But, as seen in the current circumstances, the founders tossed *that* one out right quick. I think that's an important change: not everyone is unalienably entitled to property (only the most powerful are, by American standards), nor is everyone entitled to the *attainment* of happiness, but everyone is entitled to the *pursuit* of happiness.

    Which supports your assertion to a large degree. I see the values statement, then, as, smoke 'em if you got 'em; and if you don't got 'em, feel free to run like hell your whole life tryin' to get 'em!

    Edit: spelling

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  • TheSilence

    TheSilence

    March 11, 2015, 12:44 am

    Why does there have to be .deb, .rpm, .bin?

    I just installed Ubuntu for my friend on his computer. He wanted Google Earth, so I let him try to figure it out. Here is what he did:

    * He searched repositories for "Google" -- no luck

    * He went to Google Earth's website and went through the download process, downloaded a .sh file, and tried to double click it -- no luck

    * He googled the .bin and somehow managed to install it (using .sh).

    * Miraculously, google earth installed a "shortcut" script that he could use to launch the program. Because of that, he still doesn't believe me that this isn't normal.

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  • I_am_legit

    I_am_legit

    March 10, 2015, 1:41 pm

    My question is why have you not registered to vote yet? If you are so involved in politics than you should know that your vote for the President every 4 years is worthless compared to what your vote means in your local elections.

    If you get more involved in politics, especially the local level you may learn a lot more about where you stand politically. I can say that it changed a lot of my political views when I started getting more involved in the day to day workings of my local government.

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  • apotheon

    apotheon

    March 11, 2015, 4:02 am

    Meh.

    I like the principle (and it's one I've run across before). I don't so much like the fact the guy used it to justify talking up a gun he happens to like. What's best for him won't necessarily be best for everyone -- and, among other things, hand and body size make a huge difference.

    I prefer an automatic because one can get a narrower automatic than revolver. That big-ass cylinder imposes a significant width penalty. Too wide a gun is one that'll be left at home -- so his revolver, for all its great features, isn't so great for me because it's a gun I often wouldn't have with me.

    I need concealed carry, so his barrel length preference isn't suitable to my needs. For all its great features, the barrel length requirement would mean I often wouldn't have his choice of gun with me much of the time.

    External hammers catch on clothing, which interferes with concealed carry. For all its great features, his gun preference would often not be with me because of that exposed hammer.

    The best gun in the world is the one I'll always have with me when I need it. I wouldn't always have his choice with me. I guess the best gun in the world, for me, isn't the SP101.

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  • thepensivepoet

    thepensivepoet

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 am

    This isn't really a misconception, but when I was riding in a car I would look out the window and imagine someone (spiderman or some video game or movie character from something I'd seen recently) running along side the car a little ways away and tumbling/jumping/flipping over/around all of the obstacles.

    For example, if we were driving down city streets they would be climbing all over the stores we were passing by or if we were driving down country roads they were jumping rocks and doing gymnastic flips and stuff all over the power poles/lines as they passed.

    They always kept the same pace as the car, and I think it was kind of a mental/observation exercise for me to see if I could comprehend all of the moving shapes flying by the car and somehow enter this imaginary character coherently into the environment and account for all the movements.

    I'm sure my parents thought I was having a seizure or something.

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  • ohyayer

    ohyayer

    March 11, 2015, 9:41 am

    I don't know why this is being downvoted. I answered the "why" in OP's question. It is, because as an axiom it is self-evident.

    > [*Kolmogorov axioms*] can be summarised as: **Let (Ω, F, P) be a measure space with P(Ω)=1**. Then (Ω, F, P) is a probability space, with sample space Ω, event space F and probability measure P.

    We're talking about a probability measure space, not some alternate measure space involving some magic constant where we, as some other posts suggest will divide to get back to 1, or multiply with to compute an intersection of probabilities.

    tl;dr

    Having P(Ω) = 1 makes things easier.

    Edit: formatting

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