US Rep: "Food Shortages Are Coming" - Crops Destroyed - UK Limits Purchases by PresentableSonInLaw in WorldPolitics

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Yeah. I'm already writing this same seemingly "boring" story since about five years now. Because 20 hours of my weekly work-life i still am a geodetic.

This problem is not only coming to US. It also severely affects Europe. Poland and Germany i know first hand but i also heard from Czech Republic and i got a "governmental" friend in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basque_Country_(greater_region) offering me quite a lot more than i'm used to. To get me and my Kasachian construction / boring expert there. They are losing a lot of water and he offers me the most he can get.

You couldn't even begin to understand how hard the personal history here actually is.

30 Jokes Only Programmers Will Get by otakuhacks in ProgrammerHumor

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Mathematicians teaching programmers and physicists also get them, i hereby widely propose.

Never underestimate your audience. Sadly there is not even one Haskell- or "backfiring"-circuit joke in it. I really hoped for one of these.

How to greet without spreading germs by zyxzevn in funny

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WAKE UP by PencilPusher55 in whatever

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I wouldn't trust her with a gun or anything sharp. She probably has a severe psychosis like Goebbel's wife when she poisoned all their children before they poisoned themselves. You possibly could remember all their names started with an "h".

Or: She actually believes into this.

Also: Reminds me of Ursula when her hair bursts into flames in Arielle.

UK average corona virus age of death is 82.4. Average life expectancy is 81.5. by Questionable in Coronavirus

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It still has some nasty side effect which aren't full understood yet. Some medical professionals suggest defining this infection in other ways.

An Anonymous Nurse Speaks Out: The RT-PCR Test is Totally Unreliable, It Does not Detect the Virus. The problem is the test is known not to work. by christnmusicreleases in Coronavirus

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I read into both sides now for some bit. I can't speak about the chemistry but about the statistics involved here. I also assume that when you operate a lab, you keep it somewhat professional. This seemingly is not always the case.

Still: The problem is only less the virus itself but the consequences drawn by most "deciders" from it. If we could get our deciders to diversify the consequences more, so more or less to actually do responsible legislation instead of just listening to plans on or two corporate advisors with conflicting interests set into their head:

I'd have considered this als real progress.

Voting is Anti-Christ || Part 1 by Jesus in conspiracy

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Do it by chance is my proposal. Like the ancient Greeks did. The chances you get a parliament that actually represents the citizens they stand for is way higher.

Also it is fair.

Joe and Donald probably should just play a round of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yahtzee .

Take the pen and paper away for some real fun.

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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Now i finally know why i wear my Kung-Fu-Panda-mask with so much proud when going shopping.

Journalism and the Pandemic Survey | Facebook is a superspreader by ElifromtheBook in Collusion

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No. I'm quite lazy and into /s/Electro_tech right now establishing my way of working things. You do.

But you'll get a favor to call in.

Why do batteries go dead in an unused flashlight while the rest of the batteries still in the pack stay good? by raven9 in AskSaidIt

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Gremlins mostly. Because only idiots with too much time on their hands actually pull out a blackboard on this. We can produce infinite alkaline batteries can't we ?

Electronic Arts teams up with the ADL to enforce social justice in gaming || Boycott EA and video games are a waste of time anyway by Jesus in conspiracy

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You ever bought any EA game? Interesting.

Green Day - When I Come Around by ElifromtheBook in music

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Bass 101.

Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad by fred_red_beans in news

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Or: You could apply for another citizenship. Even though we don't go like a team on every argument: There always are options.

Like my psychiatrist likes to tell me, especially when handling new candy.

Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on by ElifromtheBook in Linux

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If you feel the need for any anti-snake-oil against snake oil in your company.

Easiest way to get blocked by a progressive: Be conservative and don't read. by ElifromtheBook in whatever

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TL;DR is the correct jargon.

LaBrassBanda - Ringlbleame by ElifromtheBook in music

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I understand approx. 80 % of these lyrics even though i am home-grown between the same borders. So don't ask me about about their lyrics. You'll need a "boarisch" friend to fully understand them.

Afaik it revolves around a mysterious flower: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calendula_officinalis

Me going Robert Frost on this: It revolves around a certain young women. That is why i can relate to this even though my personal one rather was a https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carduus . Nevertheless i don't regret this time in my life.

Pope: Market capitalism has failed in pandemic, needs reform by tseug in news

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Took them not as long as usual to draw this conclusion. I'd rename the Pope into "Cpt. Obvious".

I still wonder anyway though how many of them are secretly flat-earthers, anti-vaxxers and paedophiles or a combination of these.

'We Are Living In A Totalitarian Nightmare,' Says Protester Freely Without Any Fear Of Government Retribution by FediNetizen in funny

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I'm quite sure she is wrong about the "nightmare" part. Because nightmares end.

Degeneracy by jykylsin2034 in whatever

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We Germans voted two(!) comedians into EU-parliament. This idea never was patented...

We Already Know Who Will Win The Elections by zyxzevn in conspiracy

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Classical lawyer "trick": Play both parties. Unethical and mostly forbidden but i suppose it happens very often behind closed doors.

Fun fact: Many politicians in many western administrations actually studied law.

A massive purge of conspiracy related YouTube channels happening... by Orangutan in conspiracy

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I suppose their fear harder legislation after the election.

What the Face Mask represents by Honestanonymous in Psychology

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It also could represent the plan to rob a bank in the near future.

​Twitter restricts Trump's campaign account from tweeting by Trump_WG1WGA in news

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Upvote.

Endless Corporate Bailouts, None For The People by EndlessSunflowers in memes

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I believe these structures and circles most of these "deciders" move in still are inherited.

The Greeks where smarter than what they looked like when they elected by chance.

Endless Corporate Bailouts, None For The People by EndlessSunflowers in memes

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Imo they rule (and can actually only rule) people as far as they let themselves be ruled. This is not me being pro-anarchy. Even when you are a law-abiding citizen you still can decide how much of their words you let into your world and so into your head. But i personally go even farther in this because imo if you developed a sense of morality you actually don't need "law and order" to guide your actions.

Corona lockdowns and all the legislation associated with it shows finely in many aspects how uncreative they are when it comes to compromising different needs efficiently and deducting fast decision under external stress especially while at the same time keeping a sense of morale. Also what are hard times many of them have admitting they went down a wrong path. This is "elitists" behaviour.

Honestly i'm against the word "authorities" because (even if it is only on paper) i still believe that the people are the actual sovereigns of their respective countries. As a consequence the authority given to "authorities" in this sense can, even should be withdrawn in some cases.

Otherwise we go down the path of the dark-ages and feudalism (in a nutshell: Only one belief allowed, everyone proposing something else gets canceled). And i don't want to go where the dark ages ended.

BLM vs KKK by TheJamesRocket in memes

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The question is how much of that comes from indoctrination. I suppose BLM couldn't have gotten this much attention if the bigger area under the bell-curve of people didn't believe it. So i suppose there is at least some indoctrination or directed education going on here.

Jerusalm in fact is easy to bomb off. One or two cluster bombs: 8 million dead jews. Why this doesn't happen ? by [deleted] in Collusion

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Who gives a fuck about the Saudis except for US ? Just let them starve in the desert they live in.#

War in Jemen and Caucasus instantly could end if you cut off the Saudis from international support. Russia and Iran are already undercutting their oil-price and let's be honest: What more do they have to export?

How hard can Isreal be to take ? by ElifromtheBook in Tactics

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If i remember correct us Germans threw off three muslim invasions in Europe near Vienna alone.

With Israel it basically is the same thing: Just look out for people with no hair or wigs in their twenties or that are flashing too much money. Then they get a yellow star for everyone to look at.

We also already tried to solve this problem 90 years ago, if i remember correct. But then US started to build ships faster than my grandfather could sink them.

You really should visit the garden colony i have my garden in: Russians, Germans and even Muslims all peaceful together and no Jew in sight. Even if you get your binoculars. I even sometimes drink Raki or eat 100% Pakistani-made prunes. :)

Let's not by AbominableAnon in memes

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Hey: I got 11 years of experience on 9gag. Reddit never hit me. And afaic nothing is pink on me. :-P

Endless Corporate Bailouts, None For The People by EndlessSunflowers in memes

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I am aware. That is why i collect plans of where "rich" people live. :)

Most likely i helped building their houses. If push comes to shove and i can make a dime rebuilding them e.g. .

Jerusalm in fact is easy to bomb off. One or two cluster bombs: 8 million dead jews. Why this doesn't happen ? by [deleted] in Collusion

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I most surely would have a job. You need geodetics to direct artillery and correctly do your maps and you need geodetics to build anything.

So i'd really appreciate it. :)

And who gives a fuck about some country nobody in this region wanted in this first place? I always told the simple story that construction in fact always is an easy job.

How hard can Isreal be to take ? by ElifromtheBook in Tactics

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US adminstration is just a a bunch of old fucknuts being played allt the time.

By some jews.

Why do batteries go dead in an unused flashlight while the rest of the batteries still in the pack stay good? by raven9 in AskSaidIt

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Already known. But i like your way of transporting general physics knowledge to the public.

Why do batteries go dead in an unused flashlight while the rest of the batteries still in the pack stay good? by raven9 in AskSaidIt

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Bring counter-proof. To the table. I invite you.

Then we'll re-account and prove in 5 minutes that black matter ain't just any idea.

Why do batteries go dead in an unused flashlight while the rest of the batteries still in the pack stay good? by raven9 in AskSaidIt

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There is a phenomenon called Brownian motion and above that entropy.

Turned "off" in quantum physical terms means "mostly turned off". It doesn't even relate to a surface, as easily is proven with a statistical integral.

Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing by ElifromtheBook in music

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I know. Who doesn't ?

Knopflers finger guitar technique and especially his perfect bends are too fine to get over.

Freethinkers are those who are willing to use their minds without prejudice and without fearing to understand things that clash with their own customs, privileges, or beliefs. This state of mind is not common, but it is essential for right thinking. - Leo Tolstoy by AbominableAnon in memes

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Are you getting "old" ? I just realized i'm only getting six when i count in dog years. :)

So you could say my dog is older than me.

Why do batteries go dead in an unused flashlight while the rest of the batteries still in the pack stay good? by raven9 in AskSaidIt

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That is is difference in resistance. Higher resistance means lower creep current.

Ideal isolators are only a model to think of. Every electro-technician to be knows that these don't exist in reality.

And since i did mathematics and physics already and just now are in third semester electrical engineering: You can trust me on this.

As soon as you start to abstract it you get to "inner resistance" and then to a PDE nobody possibly can dream of solving. So just accept my first humble explanation.

Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing by ElifromtheBook in music

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Let's not by AbominableAnon in memes

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Forgiven.

Let's not by AbominableAnon in memes

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I don't fucking lie. Neither off- nor on- screen. Because i'm schizoid and my memory ain't perfect.

You rather fast catch me lying because i don't do that. This audition i was in had my lying. That is why they didn't take me. I am nowwhere gay.

I'm bad at lying. But my analyses of people is meanly quite true. But it helps explaining my intellect.

Do you actually know what pure first order logic is ?

Implementing second-order here and there ? Wanna speak to my therapist why i don't just run around and kill people ? (Which just is another illusion)

Getting around with second-order logic is quite hard. When you try to understand it gets back at me.

Why do batteries go dead in an unused flashlight while the rest of the batteries still in the pack stay good? by raven9 in AskSaidIt

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I can explain this phenomenon, because i study it right now ! :-)

It is called "creep" current. Every source of current has certain things connecting its poles. Even the batteries in the pack will go dead. Most likely later because the resistance between them is higher than the resistance connecting the batteries in your flash-light. They most likely are connected by metal which itself has a low resistance, even when turned off.

Endless Corporate Bailouts, None For The People by EndlessSunflowers in memes

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Why does the "elite" need to be killed off every hundred years. Why are their walls getting bigger and bigger ?

Capitalism Began In England Around The 16th Century by EndlessSunflowers in LateStageCapitalism

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It actually began in Florence and Venice. While Florence won with this, afaik.

2,787 active satellites currently orbit Earth. By 2027 Musk wants to increase it to 14,000 satellites by magnora7 in space

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This will become a problem for every radio enthusiast. But you gotta do the research yourself.

I never liked Musk. Just another idiot selling Hope in things that surely never will come true.

The TOR browser by ElifromtheBook in DigitalAikido

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Who gives a fuck what they think. Maybe not in your country but in mine they need probable cause to get our equivalent of a subpoena or warrant. And their is no mass-data-aggregation allowed so far in EU, afaik.

I had two charges dismissed because their discovery couldn't decrypt shit so they had to return my hard drive and usb sticks (six months after: these ass-holes. I'm quite sure they tried every shit they had). But i got to admit that my lawyer is quite the pit-bull in criminal law. As i'm very patient with actual encryption.

I actually am in two conflicts with our law on two other occasions right now. And since i actually am an algebraic, i don't fear them. The couldn't even waterboard shit out of me. Because no one actually into algebra uses passwords you can remember. Or could you recite an 8kb long key ?

I don't know how this is on your continent though. NSA grabs every shit they can get from metadata linking it trough a giant meta-data-search-engine and fumbling and stumbling through it since about 20 years now.

That is why i never post any of my actual Haskell code. I don't have any proof if it actually achieves what it should. Because i only got a very closed circle of three persons to look at it.

And then you got the FBI instigating you as mass-murderer terrorists or something on MSM before they even got any insight, what you actually did whatsoever.

When writing with me about encryption i know only two other guys i trust since now for over ten years.

But maybe you're rather right: In five-eyes countries you shouldn't try this shit at home. Because they rather throw you into Guantanamo before admitting that your the better mathematician before the 23000 they employ.

You need a certain attitude to go through with this. I don't know if you have it. But i'm half German half Danish. More i won't post on this one.

Afaic: If they try to shoot or poison me: All my research is dead for about 200 years.

Because i am into symmetric multi-dimensional encryption with a salt you on your continent won't find.

Let's not by AbominableAnon in memes

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You sure ?

Professor gives tips how to get free book pdfs (for education, etc) by zyxzevn in books

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I always hated the textbook game. Especially when searching certain proofs (sometimes you need just a hint or two) and the library only has old issues of of a certain book. This has nothing to do with laziness but especially when you start studying physics or math you most likely just don't have enough oversight how to handle certain tasks but on the other hand have to turn in 20-30 per week.

There is a whole industry making big unjustified money on overpriced books. Elsevier and Springer especially.

THE OFFICIAL CCJ FAQ: China2020 EDITION (newfag essentials) by hapigood in ccj

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With 5'3'' size and a 2'' inch dick in mean so far ?

Chinese women happy with that ? Lemme guess: They ain't.

That is why they marry bitches like you lawyers are and Chinese women think they can steal every idea existing on this planet by just laying horizontally down.

That is why you got 1.3 billion people. And not even above 10000 white men paying for this.

You're people are even less worthy than the Russian. Because they actually have beautiful women. And oil.

Biden Lies Bingo by [deleted] in Humor

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Donald Trump leads. With about 2000 lies in front. I challenge you to any day in his presidency that Donald "mafia" Trump hasn't told a direct lie.

The TOR browser by ElifromtheBook in DigitalAikido

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One of the main ideas behind this project is:

Beat censorship which more or less equals in beating cloudflare on the white web.

'Why Are You Conscious' By Nathan Pyle by EndlessSunflowers in funny

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Another golden sunflower. Let alone the implications. :)

But these kind of jokes obviously aren't made for everyone.

Best of IoT Fails by ElifromtheBook in technology

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If she wasn't that fkn insecure i really could like her.

She is Austrian and a journalist. As she herself states.

The only real problem i got with her: She is fueled by fear a lot. Why i am fueled by chances to see in this. You all know shodan, right ?

When i go to CCC: i always visit her . Because her panic disorder actually is justified.

Technology is dominated by two types of people: those who understand what they do not manage and those who manage what they do not understand. Archibald Putt by [deleted] in quotes

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That is why people like me quit with tech-companies they don't run. And i'm not planning on "going big" whatsoever. I just want my workshop, my lab and my students.

Let's be truthful here: Silicon valley and the whole giant IT corpocracy actually only are selling hope in a dream that never will come true. When you look into Tesla e.g. and compare how many cars this company is selling compared to Toyota e.g. and their sales and their so called "market value" it is easy to see this fact. Or just look into Apple and how hilariously overrated their stock is.

Silicon Valley and all their "most respected" CEOs actually only are a bunch of con-artists tricking other giant companies (like Blackrock) sitting on piles of FIAT-money to further believe into the insane idea that growth can be kept to be exponential. So we got a bunch of con-artist tricking another bunch of con-artists here. And a bunch of pay-clowns like Trump actually telling this fairy tale to grown adults everyday.

The real irony in this whole story is that 90% of people actually believe this.

/s/LateStageCapitalism is taking his last doses of his own coke because this fucking system denies the simple fact that it is was made to just die off at the day it took its first breath.

Earth's resources are finite. That is possibly the most simple fact these idiots aren't able to accept.