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Scientists Seen As Competent But Not Trusted By Americans

flayzernax Re:Fox News? (425 comments)

Scientists don't care about doing good or bad more or less than any other human being.

More simplified for you?

I don't believe in the true binary principles of good and bad.

Morality is highly subjective.

To be honest. The only way a scientist earns respect is to be peer reviewed and have their theories tested. Hence the ones that go down in history as discovering something. That is the only measure in which science proves it's merit. In all other areas science is without a conscience.

yesterday
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Blood For Extra Credit Points Offer Raises Eyebrows In Test-Mad China

flayzernax The root cause. (89 comments)

Is that their culture only allows 1 child, usually male, and that kid is doted on. Of course there is way to much incentive and doting on that one child. Creating the little emperor syndrome (google it) and now we have a government exploiting this. But most likely all this extra donated blood will probably go to waste.

Unless China is ruled by vampires. Which I doubt.

yesterday
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Scientists Seen As Competent But Not Trusted By Americans

flayzernax Re:Fox News? (425 comments)

There is nothing about moriality in science. Fools think that the label scientists equates to any other label like saint or angel or citizen.

We are all human. All humans are morally flexible. Scientists are no exception. There are scientists with good morality and scientists without.

But if you really want to look at the percentage of population and say that scientists have any higher a ratio of morality? Naw lol. You've got to be kidding me.

Scientists are just as bad as all the rest of us. And MOST of us won't even stand up for what we really want. What we really believe. And what we really deserve.

We live in a culture of shame, fear, ignorance, and basic root chakra survival need. Most people haven't opened up to more than that primal level of being. (I don't care if you don't believe in chakras it's a linguistic construct to describe the primitive level of awareness that we have in common with worms.)

Peace, shallam, fuck you and all that.

yesterday
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Indian Mars Mission Beams Back First Photographs

flayzernax This is really cool. (112 comments)

I am genuinely glad more and more space exploration is happening outside of just Nasa and the US.

The more people with different perspectives and regimes we get out there the more likely the information we get back will actually be accurate :)

4 days ago
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IBM Solar Concentrator Can Produce12kW/day, Clean Water, and AC

flayzernax I would like to politely remind the real trolls. (268 comments)

Who have been consistently modding me down and flaming me.

That this is a fine example of one of those 'myriad' resources for generating power that I was talking about.

This is just 1.... and this is not new. It's just finally been commercialized a bit. Perhaps. Or IBM will sell it and another company will sit on it. Or so until 20 yrs later and more mental programing destroys peoples ability to set up their own power infrastructures outside of what they 'expect' from state, and government and corporate america.

hahahahahaha :(

5 days ago
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Fukushima Radiation Still Poisoning Insects

flayzernax Re:Cue the knee-jerk nuke lovers & their BS. (115 comments)

I see I have a big fan. To bad the reality is most people are morons who don't even have a clue what they are talking about.l Including you.

But I must have spoke some very deep thruths to get a perpetuall following of emotional ACs and downmods.

Pull your heads out your asses people. There are myriad easy solutions to most every problem humans/humanity faces today that require little research and effort, or have already been implemented in the past but are seen as backwards.

Yet you follow your masters blindly because those shitty martini's at chili's appeal to your basic primate instincts and you've been trained since childhood to 'need' hookers and blow. Or bling.

Nothing wrong with, fun now. Just Americans are so willing to feed the beast in order to get 2cnd rate fun. Visiting 3rd world countries is more fun than the bullshit you poor sods are pumped full of every day at the gas station pumps (got to love the advertisement/tvs installed at pumps now)

Peace motherfucker.

about a week ago
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The Growing Illusion of Single Player Gaming

flayzernax Re:Crouching Microtransactions, Hidden DRM (292 comments)

I want to puke dollars! :P

had to recheck this thread, tbh I don't know why i was ever modded up on this site, when there's so many better posters out there haha.

about a week ago
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Fukushima Radiation Still Poisoning Insects

flayzernax Re:Cue the knee-jerk nuke lovers & their BS. (115 comments)

Laughing because of the burning craters of natural gas all over the planet.

No. It's just a matter of, those who can wield the industry and distribution networks to deliver energy, just like to shake everyone down and keep us in check. So that they remain the only ones in the energy business.

It really is that simple.

I expect many downmods and much QQ incoming. Nope, not backing up my opinion with anything hard either. This is just the internet. And my posts are just food for thought.

about a week ago
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The Growing Illusion of Single Player Gaming

flayzernax Re:the tip is enough (292 comments)

The AC in this thread is very very mad. There's plenty of evil that can be done. I don't see games becoming free like TV through an ad model anytime soon. I see people being fucked even worse, perhaps even forced to play games riddled with crapvertisements. And deliberately programmed to really stupify people and give them a false sense of ... I don't know, well being? Games now really do not permit any self expression. Imagine being forced to sit through mass effect over and over and not even have a choice in the dialog and having it be used to sell and push political agendas or make young people think war is ok.

OOhhh wait. The USA already experimented with FPSs.

yeah, a lot worse could come of games than currently is. A lot worse. I'll prob get modded down. But it's not far fetched to see a dystopian future were fucked up games are a part of that dystopia.

about two weeks ago
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How Governments Are Getting Around the UN's Ban On Blinding Laser Weapons

flayzernax Re:One of those strange rules of war. (180 comments)

Some veterans make their opinion on a war known. Not all. But some do. Some do the honorable thing and stand up for what they believe in and the oath they were sworn in on.

Some do indeed.

Even some that keep on trying to fight.

about two weeks ago
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How Governments Are Getting Around the UN's Ban On Blinding Laser Weapons

flayzernax Re:Protester Gear (180 comments)

All of that is very illegal for civilians to own citizen.

about two weeks ago
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How Governments Are Getting Around the UN's Ban On Blinding Laser Weapons

flayzernax Bhal initiate casts: (180 comments)

Powerword Blindess, roll fort save vs 14 or be permanently blinded!

about two weeks ago
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Comcast Allegedly Asking Customers to Stop Using Tor

flayzernax Cubicle monkeys. (418 comments)

Will spew whatever they think their bosses want them to spew to get that phone call under 30 seconds. Few people if any actually have any real understanding of these issues.

Unfortunately.

about two weeks ago
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Universal Big Bang Lithium Deficit Confirmed

flayzernax What if? (171 comments)

The big bang happened but on a much smaller scale, and there was already stuff here before the big bang.

We assume there was no stuff before our known universe expanded and that our known universe expanded at XYZ to account for the amount of energy and matter we have now.

But we are making a lot of assumptions still.

about three weeks ago
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Information Theory Places New Limits On Origin of Life

flayzernax Re: Empirical Data Trumps Information Theory (211 comments)

Currently at this point in time we have the technological capacity to survive the more or less complete destruction of our biosphere. Would it be pretty? No. Would we be prolific, no. Would we easily be wiped out by a failure or disaster affecting our crude makeshift survival, yes.

But we could. There's no reason a technological civilization of our stage cant make it to the next stage given a bit of luck and a solid motivation to make it. I wager, that people surviving the death of our biosphere 1 billion years from now might have NO problem being motivated and cautious and wise enough to live happily ever after.

The elephant in that room is that we most likely wouldn't even recognize ourselves at that point and this most likely has happened in the past and will be proven one day. If we get that far.

about three weeks ago
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John Romero On Reinventing the Shooter

flayzernax Re:Reinvent this, reinvent that. It's all still sh (266 comments)

Reinventions and creatively redesigning games and activities into a virtual space is like, the thing that made the big devs of the old studios of yor. I don't think people inspired to change paradigms are bad people to design.

It's just a risky business model. But the results can be gr8. Most likely this guy can survive another failure and is more than happy to get the chance to take a risk on this next en devour they dream of.

Honestly I don't know really where the hell FPS's can be taken... that they havn't at some point by a mod... but I guess someone could roll out an fps quite quickly by mashing up mod ideas and just using a stock engine.

about three weeks ago
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Should Cyborgs Have the Same Privacy Rights As Humans?

flayzernax Re:Humans have too much (206 comments)

Indeed to me it's pretty simple. The group will really has no business influencing an individuals personal and private life. The life that has nothing to do with anyone else. Especially.

Other than that, really for many of us, me, particularly, an idealistic society is one in which every person is individually empowered and completely independent from the moires of society.

about three weeks ago
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NVIDIA Sues Qualcomm and Samsung Seeking To Ban Import of Samsung Phones

flayzernax Re:So.. (110 comments)

Sounds like a bunch of retarded mongoloid nvidia fanbois begrudgingly agree with me as AC's. The idea of a shader model is nothing new boys and girls....... If I stampted it into a peice of metal and used a flywheel with a needle to read the algorithm in. It wouldn't exactly be innovation now would it? Maybe artistic. But hardly innovative.

about three weeks ago
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NVIDIA Sues Qualcomm and Samsung Seeking To Ban Import of Samsung Phones

flayzernax Re:So.. (110 comments)

I'm pretty sure none of this technology is really innovative. Shaders for example have been around since over two decades ago.

about three weeks ago
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Could Tech Have Stopped ISIS From Using Our Own Heavy Weapons Against Us?

flayzernax Re:Like DRM? (448 comments)

And this couldnt be hotwired or bypassed by just replacing the controller unit with some off the shelf parts? Come on...

about three weeks ago

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How to write a Parody: A Letter to Verizon Customers

flayzernax flayzernax writes  |  about a year ago

flayzernax (1060680) writes "Here is a short satire in the form of a F.A.Q. It succinctly sums up issues around the NSA's request for Verizon to release our data. Notice the uniform our president wears is almost identical to that of the Turkish prime minister.

Yesterday it came to light that the National Security Agency has been collecting millions of phone records from you each and every day. Since that news was released, many of you have called the White House with questions and concerns about this new program. To save my time and yours, here are answers to three of the F.A.Q.s (Frequently Asked Questions) we’ve been hearing from you:

Source: The New Yorker"
Link to Original Source

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Why is Epic a troll?

flayzernax flayzernax writes  |  more than 4 years ago

flayzernax (1060680) writes "Why does replying to a comment with "Epic" as in "That was an epic comment dood your awesome" constitute troll? How old are the geezers here? Lets mod anything troll randomly... and how the heck do you trill down to the comment that says "Epic" and find it and make it troll, nice way to use mod points. How does the rest of the slashdot community feel about this as "Epic" has been around forever... and its not a trolly comment."

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