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Favorite Sci-Fi Ship?

Dankling Re:Pattern recognition (1148 comments)

In the future, computers will be able to hack your brain EASIER than a computer. Then we'll be screwed.

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Dankling Dankling writes  |  about 8 years ago That's a simpler version of the theory that I've long liked: When God created this world, he went to a lot of effort faking the geological and fossil records. He obviously wanted us to believe that our world was billions of years old, and life had evolved here from simple precursors. If we don't believe this, we are going against God's will. So we should believe what God's evidence tells us. Those who believe some old book written by ignorant desert shepherds will be punished by God for their refusal to follow his story line that He wrote in the very rocks of our world.

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Linux for n00bs

Dankling Dankling writes  |  more than 11 years ago I have a desire to put Linux on one of my machines, seems everybody on /. is doing it nowadays. The problem is, i don't know what the best Linux for someone just starting would be. Even if which one i get matters. I'm scared to ask my guru friends because i know what its like answering annoying questions about (what to guru's) is obvious knowhow, so i refrain from it. Thats why im writing it in here. I would really appreciate if someone where to comment on this which version of Linux i should get. and DONT tell me to search google!

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