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Incapacitating Chemical Agents: Coming Soon To Local Law Enforcement?

Kkloe Re:Fentanyl (152 comments)

with this law, if your third cousin that you have never met, doesnt even live in the same country, does some kind of shit then you wouldt mind paying for that?

about a month ago
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NPR: '80s Ads Are Responsible For the Lack of Women Coders

Kkloe not the same (786 comments)

the thing is that computer science was transformed to during the 80's and not the same thing it was before

previous discussion about this
http://slashdot.org/comments.p...

about a month ago
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Too Much Privacy: Finnish Police Want Big Euro Notes Taken Out of Circulation

Kkloe Re:Makes sense (314 comments)

probably less than you mind makes you believe

about a month ago
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Too Much Privacy: Finnish Police Want Big Euro Notes Taken Out of Circulation

Kkloe Re:To their defense (314 comments)

nowadays I only use my debitcard and have nearly never cash on me, the card is not free and costs about 35$ a year

I would not mind a cash-free economy as there are free services here that you can transfer money to people just based on their mobile phone number

thou I see that the most poor would suffer the most and not the criminals that can trade in different ways, the beggers/homeless that does not have bank accounts and the street artitsts, I dont mind thoose and it would be a shame that they would have it harder

about a month ago
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Could Maroney Be Prosecuted For Her Own Hacked Pictures?

Kkloe it could (274 comments)

atleast here the the law is that if you take pictures of yourself when you are under 18 and have them there is no problem, the instant you turn 18 and you have kept pictures those pictures they can land you in jail for possession of child porn

about 1 month ago
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Why India's Mars Probe Was So Cheap

Kkloe Re:Way to compare apples to light bulbs (200 comments)

or instead of making/researching something from scratch they just used what there already was, there is no shame in that

about 2 months ago
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Android Apps Now Unofficially Able To Run On Any Major Desktop OS

Kkloe Re:If this works, then Microsoft is doomed. (101 comments)

I can see this is a console-peasant, let me handle this one

you see that unlike you that whom I assume is a console-peasant we the PC MASTER RACE does not want to use more equipment than our glorious PC, the point of the PC is to have all in the same place and dont bother with things like a tv or something else that is not a PC.
Now comes the mobile phone, as people tend to upload pictures of their glorious bodies or bother us with things like kik or sms we now have to have one hand on the mouse and the other on the phone, meaning we will now be fully occupied with our hands.
A keyboard and mouse configuration helps us watch pictures of kittens and write comments about how other people are wrong and between the writing we can pick cheetos up from our bellybutton-bowl but now to hold a phone in the hand that does the cheetos picking, and that is just not right.

And for your second question, simply to run apps.

about 2 months ago
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Android Apps Now Unofficially Able To Run On Any Major Desktop OS

Kkloe neat (101 comments)

I have been running andy-android-emulator just so I can have clients like instagram in my desktop instead of having to pull up my phone, if they make this stable enough then one can skip the emulator altogether. I can see the drawback for devs as people will expect the apps to function as good with keyboard and mouse in the future and will have to redo their apps/add that functionality.

about 2 months ago
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Torvalds: No Opinion On Systemd

Kkloe Re:well said! (385 comments)

he means becuae it is not command line

about 2 months ago
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Early iPhone 6 Benchmark Results Show Only Modest Gains For A8

Kkloe Re:Who cares about specs ... (208 comments)

but there are always the ones that want to compare their external penis

about 2 months ago
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Direct Sales OK Baked Into Nevada's $1.3 Billion Incentive Deal With Tesla

Kkloe Re:Why is this legal in the U.S.? (149 comments)

as a non-american, your country probably has\makes the same deal with major industries, you probably just dont know about it

about 2 months ago
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California Tells Businesses: Stop Trying To Ban Consumer Reviews

Kkloe Re:hmmmm (275 comments)

exactly, ofcours there can be errors and such in orders that I might not have been delivered but that is up to the business to reply with that answer and in a polite way

about 2 months ago
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Dirty Diapers Used To Grow Mushrooms

Kkloe Re:No surprise, but a bad idea (97 comments)

"The project is not intended to produce mushrooms targeted for human consumption, since the main objective is to get rid of diapers to avoid damaging the environment more," Valdemar Espinosa added. "However, the mushrooms could be used as food supplement for cattle, the gel can be used to increase moisture retention in some crops and the plastic can be sent to recycling."

about 3 months ago
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ACM Blames the PC For Driving Women Away From Computer Science

Kkloe Re:what is computer science nowadays? (329 comments)

I will still hold on that as computers and games never been a woman/girl thing until the last 10 years and thus we will see an upswing of woman in todays computer science soon

about 3 months ago
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ACM Blames the PC For Driving Women Away From Computer Science

Kkloe what is computer science nowadays? (329 comments)

I bet back in the days computer science was more of an high engineering education than it is now
that before computer science was for people to be researches in other fields and use computer as a help tool, where now you dont need to go computer science as you can take single courses of math lab or other appropriate language for that field
now computer science is more to learn to program and as now playing games on pc, xbox etc has been a more a normal thing for girls to do than before, the upswing for women in TODAYS computer science will be when the ones born around 2000 will start studying in colleges/universitys

about 3 months ago
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If Java Wasn't Cool 10 Years Ago, What About Now?

Kkloe Re:What's the point? (511 comments)

rofl, you put scripting language as better alternative to java?, in what linux terminal have you been hiding for the last 8 years?

about 3 months ago
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Is "Scorpion" Really a Genius?

Kkloe he is a genious (391 comments)

in making other people post\talk about him

about 3 months ago
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Ancient Skulls Show Civilization Rose As Testosterone Fell

Kkloe Re:correlation, causation (387 comments)

or that the ones with high testosterone were the ones sent out to fight other tribes or hunt where there was a higher chance of dying/being hurt in such way that you died later by diseases and if the community is small enough them dying of would have made a great impact on passing of the higher testosterone gene

about 4 months ago

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the future of stamps?

Kkloe Kkloe writes  |  about a month ago

Kkloe (2751395) writes "

At its core, it is a digital stamp and an app. If you want to send a parcel, you’d simply stamp it with a device that uses a laser to etch it with your name and a unique identifying pattern. After that, the USPS would pick up your package; from there, the app would prompt you to provide the name of the person you’re trying to reach.

The problem is, will such a fine print even survive a journey?, how far can you send it before all the handling and sorting will make the mark unreadable to the sorting machines in the delivery office, or even worse maybe they will mark it as a fraudulent stamp(as someone has to pay for the shipping in some way) and they will "throw" it away"
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Scientists have moved a step closer to achieving sustainable nuclear fusion

Kkloe Kkloe writes  |  about 9 months ago

Kkloe (2751395) writes "US researchers have achieved a world first in an ambitious experiment that aims to recreate the conditions at the heart of the sun and pave the way for nuclear fusion reactors. The scientists generated more energy from fusion reactions than they put into the nuclear fuel, in a small but crucial step along the road to harnessing fusion power. The ultimate goal – to produce more energy than the whole experiment consumes – remains a long way off, but the feat has nonetheless raised hopes that after decades of setbacks, firm progress is finally being made.

In nuclear physics, nuclear fusion is a nuclear reaction in which two or more atomic nuclei collide at a very high speed and join to form a new type of atomic nucleus. During this process, matter is not conserved because some of the mass of the fusing nuclei is converted to photons (energy). Fusion is the process that powers active or "main sequence" stars. -Wiki

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Science MIT's artificial leaf is ten times more efficient than the real thing

Kkloe Kkloe writes  |  about 2 years ago

Kkloe (2751395) writes "MIT professor Daniel Nocera claims to have created an artificial leaf, made from stable and inexpensive materials, which mimics nature's photosynthesis process.

The device is an advanced solar cell, no bigger than a typical playing card, which is left floating in a pool of water. Then, much like a natural leaf, it uses sunlight to split the water into its two core components, oxygen and hydrogen, which are stored in a fuel cell to be used when producing electricity."

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